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Joined Date: Jan 15, 2011
Reviewed White Clam Pizza
"Not quite the clam pie from local pizza place but good."
"I googled Chicken Piccata. It showed many recipes for it. I decided on this recipe and I'm thrilled I did.It was over the top delicious !
I made basmati rice and broccoli for the sides.The person I cooked this for was raving about it.I never heard her rave about a recipe like she did this one.She is hard to please.
Try this you'll be glad you ""
Reviewed Linguine with Shrimp Scampi
"My Twin Sister and I finally got together and made this delicious recipe together.It was so much fun cooking with her and this dish was fabulous! Twin, wine,Ina recipe = perfect evening""
Reviewed Cream of Wild Mushroom Soup
"Making the stock alone filled my kitchen with mouth watering aroma.This soup is wonderful. I followed the recipe almost exactly as written with the exception of the type of mushrooms i could find.Ina rocks it again.""
Reviewed Parmesan Chicken
"Ina never fails to amaze me. This is delish ! Was not in the mood for salad so put some fresh lemon juice over them after I cooked them."
Reviewed Parmesan Chicken
"Ina never fails to amaze me. This is delish !"
Reviewed Italian Chicken and Dumplings
"Not a fan of pesto but this was ok.
Reviewed Roasted Vegetable Soup
"This soup is a winner.I roast root veggies and serve as a side dish for dinner. The next day take leftovers, add chicken stock heat thru use my immersion blender and serve.It is so comforting and healthy.
My favorite Food Network star is Ina hands down.She is my peaceful cup of calm after a long day.
I love to cook and I'm known as a decent cook. My favorite thing to make is homemade soup.I believe it shows love for whom ever you are making/giving it to. I am the proud Mom of a pastry chef from the French Culinary Institute NYC.My other children are great cooks as well.I used to be an avid gardner with a fine vegetable and herb gardens. My children and I would choose what fresh veggies each evening what we were going to have.My daughter believes this is a huge part of why she became a chef.She still marvels at the veg i grew. She says to this day " Mom, you were feeding us vegetables long before they became the in and current fad.My other children are gaining a love of vegetable gardning.Makes me a proud Mama :)