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DeShel

ceres, California

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Reviewed Meaty Mushroom Lasagna

Jan 17, 2012 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

Are you kidding me!?! This was magical on my taste buds!! I make a mean lasagna (per everyone who has tried it.... toot toot [me tooting my horn]). I made this bc I love mushrooms and my family loves mushrooms...... WHOA MAMA what a hit!!! My brother told me it was by far his favorite I have made. I didnt really tweak anything. I honestly found t...

Reviewed Coq Au Vin

Jul 7, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

I am someone who loves to walk thru steps in preparing food so this was a blast to make, for me. I read most of the reviews for advice and tips before just to get a feel for it. I did cheat a lil and used a picnic pack of chicken legs and thighs ( whole chickens still trip me out, haha.). I was so imtimadated by the wine, since I am not a wine dri"

Reviewed Peach and Raspberry Almond Swirls

Jun 28, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

I love when you find a recipe that is versatile and just fun to make. I personally LOVE peaches (if I had been Eve and the forbidden tree was a peach tree I would have eaten every fruit there..lol). I love it when I can get my kids into the kitchen and they can help me. They feel so accomplished. We make this with every fruit we can think of. I ha"

Reviewed Sunset Park Stuffed Cubanelles

Jun 21, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

Poblano is what is the easiest to find here in the "everyday market" so that is what I used. I did pre-cook the rice and the meat though. The only things I added in addition was instead of using just a plain tomato sauce I used a couple cans of mild herdez salsa. My family and I tend to like a lil heat though, not that the salsa was hot or spicy i"

Reviewed Sunset Park Stuffed Cubanelles

Jun 21, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

Poblano is what is the easiest to find here in the "everyday market" so that is what I used. I did pre-cook the rice and the meat though. The only things I added in addition was instead of using just a plain tomato sauce I used a couple cans of mild herdez salsa. My family and I tend to like a lil heat though, not that the salsa was hot or spicy i"

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