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Reviewed Neelys Baked Ziti
"Sorry folks, I am 100% Italian with a professional food background of over 25 years. This recipe lacked flavor with little moisture. No robustness, very bland!!. I'll pass on this one. Ciao!"
Reviewed Lemon Meringue Pie
"GREAT taste........... just the right tartness, but too runny. I tweaked and added a one half cup of corn startch instead of a third cup and that fixed the dilemma of the soup-like- consistency. Also letting it sit for 24 hours made the flavors mare and allowed the filling to rest.""
Reviewed Pumpkin Truffles
"The key to success of this recipe, in my opinion is to first make sure when cooking the pumpkin mixture is very DRY. Only add half the amount of cream specified and reduce the liquor by half as well.
Add more spice amount, to taste. It will not be so be wet and will h...ave a better, tasty end result. BUON APPETITO!
Reviewed Kicked Up Chocolate Beggars Purses
"Tasty? What did you think?
I agree with garbiedog........omit the cocoanut, add more chocolate. I personally used one frozen rasberry with semi-sweet chocolate for each "purse". Oh my! Bellisima! I am making these at Christmas-time. It makes for a very elegant presentation.""
Reviewed Peach Cobbler
"If the peaches are not sweet enough, you have to add more sugar, which makes the cobbler more "runny". To prevent this, add one tablespoon cornstartch to the water and sugar mixture when you are cooking tne filling. ""
My passion for food comes from one word: FAMILY. The kitchen is the heart of the home and nothing brings and keeps family together more than good food. Thanks, Ma, for showing me that when I was a little girl.I can still smell her sauce and meatballs cooking on the stove on Sunday mornings before going to church. Food is memories. Food is your soul singing on a dinner plate. Food is LOVE.
My favorite restaurant is BONA TERRA-Chef Douglass ***** located on Main Street in Sharpsburg, Pa. He was nominated for The James Beard Award . His food, class and knowledge of blew my mind. May be alittle too pricey for some, but in my opinion, well worth it. Kudos to you Chef Douglass!! I grew up in the Pittsburgh area which is famous for the tradition of homemade cookies in gross abundance for family weddings and holidays, especially at Christmas time.I personaly have made over 700 cookies for a christmas season to enjoy and give away as gifts.There is now a TV special on our local PBS station concerning this awesome phenomenon which I am so proud to be apart of. Many of my friends and family do the same. Its a standing joke when someone is getting married. First thing of order is " what kinda of cookies we havin?" ;o)