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Joined Date: Sep 18, 2012
Birthday: Mar 30
Reviewed Old-Time Beef Stew
"Very good recipe. I only had about 1 1/2 pounds of beef, so I threw in 4 diced Yukon potatoes. I also let it all simmer for longer than an hour and a half which was fine, but some of the smaller potatoes got a little mushy - just something to consider if you do this. As well, I added about 1/2 cup of Cabernet Sauvignon to the mix before serving. A"
Reviewed Chicken-Zucchini Alfredo
"The zucchini was the kicker to this recipe. I didn't use all the different milks, just upped the regular milk with a splash of cream. I'm a newbie in the kitchen, so the directions for cooking the chicken and the cream sauce were actually really helpful and can translate to other recipes. I also think I overcooked the garlic, so if I do this again"
Newlywed working on my cooking skills. In location transition, so I am not working. Keeping in shape and working on my abilities in the kitchen. My husband's crazy work schedule inspires me to try new recipes, to surprise and impress him, to show him that I'm also working hard for him as he is for me.
I'm a savory girl. Desserts are lovely and decadent, but I am always drawn to an ecclectic appetizer or fantastic entree over a slice of cake.
I love tasting menus, restaurants that allow lots of different plates and dishes. I haven't had that many opportunities to try tasting menus, but Graffiato in Washington, DC and Horizons in Asheville, NC are the ones I've tried and loved!