My name is Robbie Shorr. I am a senior at Washington University in St. Louis, where I have a double major in chemistry and Jewish studies, as well as a minor in children’s studies. I attended elementary, middle, and high school at the Charles E. Smith Jewish Day School in Rockville, Maryland, very close to my hometown of Potomac. My main hobbies and interests are baseball, Jewish thought, food science, and working with kids. I began cooking during my junior year and have always loved the delicate balance between science and art required to make a dish successfully.
Robbie’s Recipes: Banana bread, Chicken fajitas, Teriyaki tofu stir fry, Pumpkin cake, Spaghetti with chicken and mushrooms, Mac and cheese, Cholent, Candy corn bars, Pull-apart cheesy garlic bread, Tortellini asparagus skewers, Chicken and sweet potato stew, Sweet potato latkes, Shakshuka, One pot pasta primavera, Strawberries and cream poke cake, Italian chicken, Morningstar baked ziti, Apple pie carrot cake, Barbecue stir-fry, No-bake Oreo cupcakes, Chicken pot pie pasta, Hamantashen, Cookie dough, Lemon garlic chicken, Peanut chicken and asparagus, Charoset, Slow cooker tagine, Blueberry crumble, Sweet potato smores cups, Slow cooker fajita chicken, Fluffernutter and jelly bread pudding
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