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Joined Date: May 08, 2007
Reviewed Mama's Pound Cake
"Fabulous! I made the recipe as is except for one thing. Instead of using regular vanilla extract, I used vanilla butternut from King Arthur Flour - check their website, I can't post the link here, not allowed. I did cook the cake for the full 1 1/2 hours and the outside had a nice crusty "shell" on it, while the inside was moist and delicious! "
Reviewed Homemade Breakfast Sausage
"No where near enough seasoning for 9 pounds of pork!"
Reviewed Bacon Wrapped Shrimp
"Fantastic APPETIZER - common sense by the amount made! Want this is an entree, then make more!
Flavor blend is fantastic, love the variation of colors and the texture. Will definitely make again and again."
Reviewed Chocolate-Avocado Mousse
"Beyond Excellent! Easy to make and a wonderful way to get some avocado into your diet. Super rich, creamy, full of chocolate flavor and you would never know there is avocado in it. Makes a great triffle filling."
Reviewed Skirt Steak
"To Ireallyhateuser..... I agree with the ratios. I took some of your advice and when I made this today I: kept the liquid amount the same, but I replaced the scallions with 1/2 cup diced onions, doubled the cumin, got rid of the pepper flakes and added a single chipotle as suggested. I also added a heaping tablespoon of stone ground musta""
Reviewed Homemade Soft Pretzels
"Fantastic! Easy recipe to make with delicious results. Instead of salt, try a mix of sugar and cinnamon to sprinkle on your pretzels for a sweeter flavor.""
Reviewed French Onion Soup
"LOVED the soup BUT, it took more like 20 minutes for the onions to absorb the wine, and when I added the beef broth, I decided that one quart was plenty. If I used two quarts, then I would have doubled the onions. After all, it is ONION soup, not broth soup. I simmered it for 30 minutes instead of 10 so that the flavors could blend more. Inste""
"To DIE for!!!! Vidalia are my favorite onions and a reason to look forward to spring. This recipe is amazing. I use St. Agur Blue Cheese because it is really creamy, melts well, and has a great flavor. I love serving these onions as a side to apple brined pork chops and butter/parsley white rice. NOTE: I usually keep Oscar Meyer pre-cooked r"
I share my world with a wonderful husband, 3 cats and one crazy Beagle puppy.
I LOVE cooking and gardening. I have way too many cookbooks to pick a favorite and I enjoy finding classic cookbooks at flea markets.
My kitchen is the center of my universe. I hate when people put tomatoes in the refrigerator!
Food is the #1 best thing in the world to share with others, and a great way to learn about different cultures. I am very thankful for being exposed to some authentic Indian, Asian and Russian food from my friends.
I live by the Stone Soup philosophy: http://www.stonesoup.coop/storyss/storyss.htm
Bon Appetit Everyone!
Mango is my favorite fruit and you MUST try a Mango that comes from India - definitely better than those from South America.
Asparagus is my favorite vegetable - simply grilled with a bit of lemon and salt. Runner up is Broccoli!
I am proud to participate in a local CSA called Heaven's Harvest: http://www.heavensharvestfarm.com/
My favorite meal would be a Ribeye Steak grilled to perfection with a Blue Cheese butter sauce, a loaded sweet potato and a medley of steamed veggies!
John's Pizza located in Manhattan NY is just the best in the world!
Second best pizza is Sal's at Hampton Beach NH.
Third best pizza is my prize winning pizza: This really is a great pizza!!! http://www.food.com/recipe/vs-pepper-blue-pizza-306480