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rockford, Illinois

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Reviewed shrimp curry

4 days ago on FoodNetwork.com

this recipe is confusing, starting with the fact that it is called "curry" but there is no curry...it is for someone that knows what to do, not a beginner. although not difficult, you have to weave your way through non-specific directions. good flavor profile but it needs updating.

Reviewed cauliflower soup

Dec 27, 2014 on FoodNetwork.com

Excellent recipe however I spice it up. Roast the cauliflower in the oven with olive oil/salt/pepper before adding it to the pan. Also add chopped carrots/celery to the leeks with some pepper flakes. Cauliflower is pretty bland so a bit of spice is needed. Bet curry or cumin would be great too! Will try that next time. I also have precooked cauliflower...

Reviewed broccoli cheese soup

Dec 19, 2014 on FoodNetwork.com

Used combo of leeks and onion for a more subtle flavor. Also used organic chicken stock/2% milk, with the 1/2-1/2 as it was quite rich and heavy. we like a lighter soup. Also added more nutmeg and hot pepper flakes. Gave it a bit of a bite.............served it with a great cornmeal muffin. It was all we needed for a snowy night.

Reviewed Baked Tilapia with Tomato and Basil

Jul 15, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

I prefer a more substantial fish like cod but...of course it takes a bit more spice and WOW! Bake it at 25 minutes, increse the tomato to a heavier slice because the cod requires a bit more acidity, and add a bit more of all the spices and powders!! FANTABULOUS!!"

Reviewed Baked Tilapia with Tomato and Basil

Jul 15, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

I prefer a more substantial fish like cod but...of course it takes a bit more spice and WOW! Bake it at 25 minutes, increse the tomato to a heavier slice because the cod requires a bit more acidity, and add a bit more of all the spices and powders!! FANTABULOUS!!"

Reviewed Baked Tilapia with Tomato and Basil

Jul 15, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

I prefer a more substantial fish like cod but...of course it takes a bit more spice and WOW! Bake it at 25 minutes, increse the tomato to a heavier slice because the cod requires a bit more acidity, and add a bit more of all the spices and powders!! FANTABULOUS!!"

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