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Joined Date: Oct 13, 2006
Birthday: Jan 12
Reviewed Sweet and Saltines
"I used milk chocolate chips instead of semi-sweet and used 1 1/2 sticks butter. Next time I will use just one stick of butter and maybe try the peanut butter chips. I salted the tops of a few after the chips went on which was nice. TIP: If you have a side-by-side freezer like me, opt to use 2 1/2 sheet pans as they will fit into the freezer - m"
Reviewed Mu Shu Chicken
"Saw this Sunday morning and made it that night. OMG. How fantastic this was. We followed it exactly but as is, this is perfect!!! Our 17 year old son took it to school the next day and said it was the best lunch at school he had ever had!!!! We are making it again tomorrow but now we are going to try summer rolls as an accoutrement. Make this dis"
"I used about 2 lbs of a beef/pork mixture so I doubled almost everything except for the egg and didn't use all the salt for fear of it being too salty. I fried some of the meat mixture in a pan before putting in the loaf pan to taste what the end product might be. The only thing I ended up putting in was more salt/pepper and sprinkled in some ga"
Reviewed Spring Goddess Salad
"The dressing on this is so delicious. It makes a lot! We have decided that this dressing would be good substitute for tzaziki sauce so this week we will be making some for our Greek night. Enjoy!"
Reviewed Burger Al Pastor
"We used canned pineapple to keep it simple and we didn't grill it or the buns and since it was raining, we opted for the griddle outside and they came out great!! I was worried they would fall apart on the grill anyway since there was no binder in it so the griddle was a great alternative. Definately true al pastor flavor....note: we marinated t"
Reviewed Potato Basil Frittata
"I have been making this for 6 or 7 years and it's always a hit. My family loves it and when I want to try another frittata receipe, they never allow me to try a new one. One thing I use different in mine - SMOKED GRUYERE - the first time I made it that was all I could find at the deli counter and it was fantastic. I made this one time with regular gruyere and it just wasn't the same. This is my breakfast for our family when they come for the weekend but the problem is, sometimes one frittata is just not enough. Enjoy!"
"I used about 2 lbs of a beef/pork mixture so I doubled almost everything except for the egg and didn't use all the salt for fear of it being too salty. I fried some of the meat mixture in a pan before putting in the loaf pan to taste what the end product might be. The only thing I ended up putting in was more salt/pepper and sprinkled in some garlic powder. My husband noticed the tomatoes right away so next time I would use either Rotel or petite diced. Would prefer to use ketchup on top instead of the sweet topping. I let sit for about 20 minutes to let it tighten up since some of the reviews said it was mushy. Definately very suprised it was that good - Will make again.