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Reviewed Taco Soup
"I made this recipe just as is and can say that it is very good. Next time I may cut back on the amount of meat. I try not to eat too much protein in a day and I don't eat meat everyday. Leftovers of this is excellent. I put in over a bed of tortilla chips like Paula suggests. Yum! "
Reviewed Hash Brown Potatoes
"I cut this recipe in half since it was too large for what I needed. It was wonderful. The skins didn't slip too easy but I think it's because I did not cook the potatoes long enough. A few more minutes and they may have come off easier. I made this with fried eggs for dinner, since sometimes breakfast for dinner is what hits the spot. The spi"
" I did not make the dipping sauce since I am trying to cut back my calories but the batter of these o rings is perfect. They are light and crispy and have the quality flavor you would find in a good restaurant. ""
Reviewed Big Daddy's Blackened Tilapia
"Love it. I didn't use the grape-seed oil or lemon but still loved it. It found a nice cozy spot in my recipe box.
I am a single lady in the Dallas Texas area. This is as far north as I have ever lived. I am a native Texan & have never lived anywhere else. I am used to the super hot central Texas region so Dallas feels like the North Pole to me in winter. I am a picky eater, desiring restaurant quality flavor but made at home so I know what goes into them. I love spice but have not found any Indian food yet that I like. I don't eat pork, ever. I love animals and have a 15 year old shih-tzu wanna be. I love nature and going for walks at the park. I like light jogging on occassion and would love to master homemade breads. I have tried some and felt a bit intimidated.
Like most Texans, we like our spicy foods. A lot of the foods here have a strong influence of our neighbors (Mexico & Louisianna) so cajun and mexican food are more common. BBQ is a big thing in Texas and we'll put just about anything on the pit. If it can be put over open flames, it's embraced. People stereotype Texans as basically people who drive trucks, sit outdoors shooting guns drinking a cold beer while watching tornados. And to be honest, that is pretty much accurate.