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Joined Date: Jan 18, 2012
Birthday: May 23
Reviewed Red Velvet Swirl Brownies
"These brownies are so easy and delicious. For Christmas time I doubled the recipe and put
half red food coloring and half green then swirled it all together. Now for St. Patty's I'm doing all just green. This is definitely one of my fav brownie recipies.
"These cookies are wonderful! I doubled the recipe and made enough for my nieces whole class who also loved them. I used almond bark (vanilla) in place of the chocolate, then I melted it
and drizzled it with a fork over the cookies and let set. Delicious!!!""
I am from Quincy MA. just 10 min South of Boston. I come from a large Irish Family eight kids not including my Dad and Grandfather. My mother had an amazing influence on me. She always had supper on the table by 5:00. I remember rushing home from school and putting on PBS and watching Julia Childs. I am not professionally trained but I used to read every cook book I could get my hands on and practice all the recipes my mom could handle. I remember the only cooking show was Julia Childs and Company, then a whole new world opened up for me when "The Food Network" came on cable! Cooking is a real passion for me and now my best critic is my husband.
Comfort Foods are my go to ( Baked Mac, anything ontop of mashed potatoes,soups, stews) basically because I grew up on food that could feed a dozen everynight quickly and deliciously. Now I enjoy finding totally new and spicy recipes with lots of seafood and good proteins. Love Thai food. My husband and I have very similar taste profiles so it makes it all that easier and fun to cook.
I am famous for my cashew butter shrimp stir fry!
Now that I have moved way up to the North Country of New England it is difficult to find a really decent restaurant in this economy. But back home in Bean Town some of my favorite restaurants were...The No Name, Chart House, Olives, Legal Seafood or anything Jasper White.