Introducing Guest Chef Bonnie Faber of Ohio!

Welcome to our newest guest chef, Bonnie Faber of Ohio! Bonnie, 15, has been patiently waiting to share a few of her favorite recipes. She cooks for her family several times a week, making main dishes, snacks, and desserts.

The first recipe Bonnie is sharing is for her strawberry pie. This is a no-bake, extra-fruity summer treat. Bonnie says, "This is my favorite pie. I usually only get to make it once a year--when we have fresh strawberries." She suggests serving it with whipped cream for an even more attractive dessert. :D

 One of Bonnie's favorite main dishes is her Tuna Noodle Casserole. She created this recipe after eating something similar at a friend's house. Her main selling point for this recipe? "I like this recipe because it's simple to make and doesn't make many dirty dishes." :D

 Tuna Noodle Casserole

 Caramel Pecan Rolls

And lastly, Bonnie shares with us her delicious-looking Caramel Pecan Rolls. Bonnie says, "These are delicious rolls that are fairly simple to make. They always go over well. I love to make them to take along when we visit people." If you like pecan rolls, you'll want to try out her recipe!

 Bonnie Faber

Bonnie Faber is 15 years old and has been known to claim that her favorite room of the house is the refrigerator. She enjoys cooking, editing a quarterly newsletter, writing, and playing piano, violin, and organ. She resides with her parents, 3 older brothers, and one younger sister. 

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Those look delicious, Bonny! Now I finally know what that yummy looking icon was. = )

That all looks so good, Bonnie! I am looking forward to trying some of those recipes! :)

I'm going to have to save these delcious looking recipes!

Has anyone ever told you that you resemble Hilary Hahan? =)

I don't think Bonnie looks much like Hilary Hahn in real life, but I can see the hair resemblence in that photo :D Hilary Hahn is so pretty.

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