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Joined Date: Apr 13, 2012
Reviewed Traditional Southern Deviled Eggs
"Good! Doesn't taste like my grandmother's, but I think she used dill pickles in hers. Note to self: to boil the eggs, start out with eggs covered in cold water by at least 1 inch. Adding a tsp of salt makes the eggs easier to peel. Bring to a boil-rolling boil. Turn heat to low, and simmer for one minute. Turn burner off, and Let stand for 10 minu"
"My escarole got a little too mushy, but the husband actually liked this recipe. It was so easy!"
Reviewed Not Yo' Mama's Banana Pudding
"So, so yummy! I received lots of compliments!"
Reviewed Cajun Shrimp and Rice
"This is sooooo easy and quick to make! Husband likes!"
Reviewed Honey Orange BBQ Chicken
Reviewed Roast Chicken With Spring Vegetables
"So easy. Chicken was just the right "doneness." My green onions shrivled and blackened...I'll add those later in the roasting process next time."
"I can't seem to make the sauce thick enough! I think I need to add some cornstarch as some of the other reviews have suggested. My husband does NOT like his vegetables crunchy, and I'm not crazy about the taste of the peas. I will make this again, leave the peas out, and just have the yummy mushrooms and gravy and chicken...I'll find another side."
Reviewed Spanish Chicken and Potato Roast
"Love one dish meals!! And this was a very tasty one. I should've used more onions. "