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Joined Date: Apr 23, 2004
Reviewed Cheese Enchiladas
"This recipe was easy and mildly spiced so I was able to make it up for a party of 10. The only change is that I chose to not add salt and found the recipe excellent."
Reviewed Potato Leek Soup
"Genuine heart warmer for a cold winter night. I used an immersion blender and it was great for integration of all the flavors. ""
Reviewed Curried Potatoes and Chickpeas
"Excellent side dish for pot luck. Found adding the yogurt to make the dish too creamy and didn't appear as the photograph. Husband wanted it to be spicier.
Reviewed Oxtail Stew
"The oxtail was just not cooked long and slow enough to have the meat falling off the bone. To me that is what I expect. We did however keep all the sauce and will be using it as a combination with rice for a good leftover. I saw another reviewer cooked this for 6 hours in a slow cooker and that could probably help the meat a great deal. The cheddar biscuits were excellent.
We are happy and unrepentant carnivores. Every year we host Carnivore's Feast with a BBQ Iron Chef for 100 of our closest foodie friends. We chase all the local Gourmet Food Trucks and try to get to as many food truck events possible.
I'm a year round vegetable gardener, growing 30 plus different heirloom tomato varieties. Typically my crop is about 800- 1000 pounds of tomatos a year.
I can tons of vegetables, fruits, butters, curds and broths.
I belong to a herd share where I milk a cow once a week in order to make my own cheeses. Over the past 3 years I've made Brie, Cheddars, Caerphilly, Gouda, Havarti, Roqufort, Blues, Wensleydale, Stilton...
Yep we have a great foodie life.