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Joined Date: Jan 27, 2009
Birthday: Jan 10
Reviewed T-Bone Tom's Choice Steak Marinade
"I had to cut down on the amount of the marinade, so I quartered it. I marinaded Big Horn loin steaks, which I felt would challenge this marinade. Fantastic!!! This will be my go-to marinade for all our game meats!"
Reviewed Meatball Curry
"My experience with curry is is to Worst Cook it by dumping in some curry powder and it always overwhelms. This homemade recipe is worth repeating. The curriness was refreshing! I only had white onions, had to grind my own corriander seeds, used tabasco sauce for heat, but will be sure to use the correct stuff next time. It was not as thick a sa"
Reviewed Pecan Pie
"I did two pies a day apart and felt like I followed the recipe to the letter, except using ready-made pie crust. Although the flavor is wonderfully carmel-like, the cake is seemingly too gooey. We are at 4500 feet, not sure if that is a problem. The pie was in the oven for 75 minutes and was "set". For fear of burning pulled pie out at the 75 "
"Great comfort soup, and the squash adds to creaminess without a starchy thickener. I used pork & lamb sausage instead of chicken, Then also added precooked wild rice at the end for added texture. Recommend this soup for large gatherings, a great fall alternative to chili."
I enjoy cooking meats for my hubby! Maybe it's because we hunt wild game, and raise lamb. Rely on Alton alot for proper meat cooking techniques and flavors, wish I were innovative like Guy, and had a better pantry full of side order fixins' to accompany the protein! Would never dare a Throwdown with Bobby, except maybe a marinated, grilled venison loin steak.
My husband and I love our dogs and our mules!
meat, grilled items, sauteed onions, eggs, beer