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Joined Date: Nov 30, 2005
Reviewed Grilled Thai Beef Salad
"I'm a paleo kid so I modified this a bit to make it 'primal'. I used honey in place of brown sugar, walnut oil in place of canola, and coconut aminos instead of soy sauce. I used all the liquid in the marinade, sauteed onions and red peppers in a little walnut oil, then dumped the entire contents of the bag, along with some fresh cilantro, into "
"Turned out beautifully. I used parm instead of romano, based on what I had. I used a local, chicken sausage and used half and half instead of cream and milk. I also doubled the garlic; standard practice. : Tip: toss your manicotti shells with olive oil to make them easier to work with. I had no issues with the seasoning at all. FYI, a true "
Reviewed Starbucks Pumpkin Scones
"DOUBLE THE SPICES!! Seriously. I just finished baking these and I so regret not doubling the spice. And I t..."
Reviewed Chicken Pot Pie
"Nice. I worry that without my modifications, though, this wouldn't have been very flavorful. I poached my chicken in stock and veggies. I used my own pie crust recipe (just butter, flour, salt, and water). I think the most influential change I made is that I added three or four large cloves of minced garlic, fresh sage, and fresh rosemary to the roux. I also used more stock in my roux as it seemed to thicken much too quickly. All in all, a nice pie. I'm eating the leftovers right now and it seems a little dry today but it was a hit last night.