Cooks Corner
Retired teacher keen on quinoa PDF Print E-mail
Written by EMILY GORDON, Sentinel Staff Writer   
Tuesday, 24 June 2014 15:18
Mary Selzer with her quinoa dish. (Photos: Enoch Wu/Sentinel-Tribune)
As a child, Mary Selzer was certain she would become a teacher when she grew up.
Now retired after teaching science for 30 years at Eastwood Schools, Selzer still finds time to teach others, whether its the children at Bible school in Luckey or her own daughters at home in the kitchen.
"No two days are ever the same. Things change all the time," Selzer said. "It's wonderful watching kids grasp the concept, pick up that aha moment."
Selzer learned how to cook from her mother and through 4-H in LaGrange County, Indiana, where she grew up.
"I did a lot of baking, making pies and bread. Bread is my favorite thing to make," she said. "I make wheat, zucchini and flat breads."
Last Updated on Thursday, 26 June 2014 07:35
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