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Joined Date: Feb 12, 2009
Reviewed Jalapeno Cheese Grits
"Very creamy. I used only one jalpeno. I added garlic powder and a couple of cloves of fresh garlic to add some oomph to it, but still found it rather bland. Have had better. ""
Mother of 3, Realtor and Homeopath. Married for over 30 years and still going strong. Love to eat and try new things, but only if it is worth eating... MIght say I live to eat rather than eat to live! My husband and I love to travel all over the world and fine wines. Own over 700 cookbooks - keep trying new recipes all the time. Never get tired of searching for new and exciting recipes.
Favorite FoodsWow - so many as long as they are prepared fabulously. E.g. One would be a great steak from the grill, almost charred but still rosy inside, preferably from free range cattle and acommpanied by a terrific bottle of wine (many other main dishes come to mind, too many to mention); a couple of great side dishes - such as oven roasted sliced and herbed potatoes with caramelized onions and a vegetable or with just a fabulous salad and then finish off the meal with an exciting dessert - could be homemade bread pudding with choc. chunks and caramel sauce, chocolate souffle with creme anglaise or toffee caramel upside-down apple torte, homemade butter pecan ice cream - many more come to mind..... Come to think of it, I am more excited by a terrific dessert than a main dish, it just has to be superb. Don't believe 'if it is chocolate it has to be good'; on the contrary, I am much more critical of chocolate desserts because of the chocolate used, texture, etc. and only like a few. One of our favorites because of the texture and flavor is Maida Heatter's Brownies - they are fudgy, laden with nuts and served cold; almost like eating fudge!