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Joined Date: Jan 02, 2006
Birthday: May 24
Reviewed Meatballs a la Pizzaiola
"I made these meatballs just a bit smaller than the recipe indicated, and also made the cheese cubes smaller.
Once I'd formed the meatballs, I put them on a tray and back into the fridge for about an hour which helps the meatballs to seal up nicely. This prevented the cheese bleeding through, which seems to have been a problem for other posters. ""
Reviewed Claypot Fish and Potatoes
"Delicious dish! I prepared the casserole as directed and it turned out lovely, moist and quite tasty. I used tilapia, as I had that on hand, and also green olives (again, had them on hand). We thought that the flavor combination was absolutely wonderful.
I bought some crusty French bread, which I lightly broiled and brushed with garlic and o""
Reviewed Pasta Salad
"DELICIOUS dressing. I didn't have any stone ground mustard, so I used dijon, and it worked beautifully. It was light and just perfect for the pasta salad.
I used my own recipe for the salad itself - two cups of macaroni noodles, cooked and cooled, diced red onion, diced celery, diced carrot, a little diced red pepper and a little diced zucchini "
"These potatoes are fantastic, and easy to make, although they do require some attention.
The only problem with this recipe is that the potatoes take a lot longer than the time stated to cook. I've made this recipe several times, and the potatoes take about a half hour to tenderize. Add to that the additional time to "smash" and brown, and I fin"
I am a 49 year old stay at home mom with three sons aged 30, 28 & 13 and four grandchildren - Zach, 4; Tim, 1; Rylee, 15 mos and Reagan on the way! I love to cook and create in my kitchen.
Seafood (Maryland crab, shrimp, scallops, and tuna especially) ... fillet mignon ... so many things!