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Joined Date: Aug 14, 2007
Birthday: Feb 14
Reviewed Chorizo and Cornbread Stuffing
"I did not have high expectations for this recipe, but oh did it surprise me.
I forgot to buy cilantro, so I did not add that. I ended up adding about 1 1/2 cups of stock, and baked about 30 minutes.
But it is a great alternative to typical stuffing, great with pork chops!"
Reviewed Cheese Enchilada Stack
"I usually stick pretty close to a recipe the first go, but I did learn some things after making it the first time and the input here. The 8 oz. bag of cheese is not enough, unless you like your stuff with cheese as a garnish rather than an ooey-gooey delight. It is a little blah, I added some cumin and red pepper flakes to the 20 oz. can of mild..."
Reviewed Honey Mustard Grilled Pork Roast
"I usually follow a recipe the first time, but hubby does not like Dijon mustard, subbed honey mustard and I di..."
I love my husband, my dogs, my career and cooking! I have lived in two different parts of the US, and the cooking styles are very different. I am sick of chicken, I don't cook it much, we eat mostly beef, pork and shrimp. I am passionate about perfecting home cooked prime rib, that is a work in progress.
I love to travel and experience the local restaurants. For me, a perfect meal would be at a mom and pop restaurant, ordering whatever the waitress tells you is the best and to shake hands with that owner to congratulate them on a meal well done.
My pet peeves are overdone beef, snotty servers and anyone that cannot appreciate a bit of humor and/or sarcasm.
Favorite FoodsMy favorite foods are melt in your mouth prime rib, anything with garlic and Italian cuisine. My "famous for" dish is Montana Man's Meal, a real stick to your ribs comfort food. I also make a yummy lasagna that would make Tony Soprano smile.
For restaurants, I recently discovered the Ale House at Rail City Casino in Reno, NV. Fabulous food at great prices. Their prime rib (of course) is wonderful, I have had prime rib at three times the price that wasn't as good. I may have to move to Reno because of this restaurant. =)