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Joined Date: Aug 17, 2008
"I had never made biscuits before but I found this recipe very easy to follow. I used a tumbler/glass to cut the biscuits as I don't have a biscuit cutter. The result was soft but flaky biscuits, tasty & delicious! I haven't made the sausage as there are several mixed reviews & I'd rather buy me some Jimmy Dean ;) I think even a novice baker will h"
Reviewed Easy Peach Cobbler
"Obviously, a very simple recipe. You can't beat the prep time of 5-10 mns, depending how fast you move in the kitchen :) It's also delicious! Truly a great, little recipe to keep on hand when you want a wonderful dessert with friends and family. I have made it twice in as many weeks and plan to make it many more times :)"
Reviewed Light Baked Spaghetti
"I have made this 3 times already. Twice with Italian sausage and regular pasta and it was great. Today I made it with chicken sausage & extra veggies. I added red bell pepper, squash and mushrooms. I used whole wheat capellini noodles & I did use real cheese - cheddar and mozzarella. It's a great family meal, very flavorful. I pretty much added"
Reviewed Sweet Potato Souffle
"Made it Thanksgiving Day to great success! Deliciously creamy & tasty, not too sweet nor rich. Followed recipe exactly, will be making it again!"
Reviewed Light Baked Spaghetti
"Followed the recipe except that we used Italian sausage. It was great! Easy to make & tasty. Served it with a side of mixed greens & garlic bread. My boys( husband & teen) had 3 servings at dinner. It tastes better the next day. It's very budget friendly too as it makes enough for a crowd. I fed 5 coworkers the next day with the left overs :) High"
Reviewed Chickpea Soup
"A very simple and tasty soup - perfect for a light lunch or supper. I did make a few adjustments to the recipe to suit my needs. I used two 15oz cans of chickpeas and one can of crushed tomatoes. Sauteed diced onion, rosemary, and garlic. Added chickpeas and tomatoes. Squished up 1/3 of chickpeas. Added 3 1/2 cups water. Stirred in a tablespoo"
Reviewed Spicy Pop Pulled Pork
"Made it today, followed directions to the letter except for the peppers. My family is very sensitive to spice food so I put in 2 small chipotle peppers. I couldn't really get any adobo sauce out of the can, so I left it at that. It turned out GREAT! It had a mildly sweet flavor with a bit of zing to it. It was PERFECTION and the whole family ""
Reviewed Red Sauce and Spaghetti
"I absolutely loved this recipe! I pureed the onions as I don't like the texture of pieces of onion in my food-normally I pick them out, but I really wanted to enjoy the flavor they would impart on the sauce. I simmered it exactly for 30 minutes and the sauce was super tasty! Next time I will make 2 batches of the sauce as I think 1 pound of spa""
I'm a self-taught cook who dreams big from deep in South Texas. Variety and diversity are not to be found amongst the foods and ingredients in my neck of the woods. I do the best I can with what I have, and it has taught me to be flexible and improvise in the kitchen. My husband and I love to cook together. We are very adventurous and will try anything at least once. Cooking makes me happy because it's how I show my family and friends how much they mean to me :)