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Joined Date: Feb 29, 2012
Reviewed Braciole With Orecchiette
"Really good! Time consuming, but made a great Sunday dinner. Used kitchen twine instead of toothpicks. Also used 2 cups beef broth and 1 cup red wine in place of 3 of the 5 cups water called for in the sauce. Lots o flavor. Threw in a Parmesan rind as well. "
Reviewed Salted Pretzel-Marshmallow Bars
"i brought these to my moms birthday. super tasty. everyone was very impressed which really feeds my ego. they were so easy to make even though they look like a pain in the ass. theres 3 main steps that even my 8 year old nephew could master. side note: dont let an 8 year old make these. it involves the broiler which is pretty much an un-throwable "
"Made this last night for my fiance and our roommate. Very tasty! Leeks were too expensive so i used shallots for gravy. All the other comments were great! I only used 2 cups chicken stock instead of 3. Perfect amount!""
Reviewed Lasagna Bolognese
"Already made it twice! First with my mother. Pretty extensive recipe. Totally worth the effort. I now prefer all lasagnas with a bechamel as opposed to ricotta. The sauce was fantastic and really complementary with the creaminess of the bechamel. This recipe yielded enough ingredients for my 10x13 baking dish as well as a 9x9 square baking dish. I""
Reviewed Smothered Pork Chops
"Great Dish! Buttermilk added just the right amount of creaminess without being too heavy. I'm teaching my friend how to cook and this was our first lesson. I served with the crispy garlic sage potatoes. ""
Reviewed Cajun Mac and Cheese
"Wagon wheels were a great pasta for this dish. I wanted to lighten it up so I subsituted a few things like 2% milk and 2% sharp cheddar for the sauce. I also used turkery kielbasa and added corn for color and texture. I'm sure the foodnet version was richer and probably better, but the fat was not missed. Tasted great! My fiance and our friend a""
I love to cook. I hate cilantro. I don.t understand anything Wolfgang Puck says.