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Joined Date: Apr 05, 2007
Reviewed Chocolate Spiced Pork Chops
"I loved these! I made them exactly per recipe except for no red pepper flakes and I used boneless pork chops. They were wonderful! I made them for a group of people from 18 yrs to 80 yrs old, and they all loved them. I did not have a iron skillet but they still browned nicely and were very moist. Some of the pork chops I had were not thick-the""
Reviewed Couscous Paella with Shrimp
"I just made this last night. I didn't have tumeric so I used a little curry and i used Kalamata olives. It was extremely good and very easy. Also a very nice looking dish with all the colors.""
Reviewed Chocolate Caramel Brownies
"Extremely great gooey brownies! I have made these twice now and everyone loves them! Much better than plain brownies. I made them exactly how the recipe stated-they turned out awesome. Just remember to put a non stick foil in the pan before you put the brownie mix in-the first time I just sprayed the pan but it still stuck and made it very dif""
Reviewed Turkey Chili
"I have never made chili with turkey before-this was awesome! I made it exactly as the recipe stated-it turned out perfect!"
"This is a winner!!! Never in my life did I enjoy a turkey like this. Everyone felt the same way. This was the first time I brined a turkey. I will always make it this way. It was truly moist and flavorful. The gravy was fabulous! You could really taste the apple cider. Don't look any farther-cook your turkey this way everytime! I cooked a 17 lb turkey and brined it for two full days. It only took four hours in the oven so be careful with your cooking time(not 17 min per pound) and came out very beautiful brown with perfect crispy skin. I did cover it part of the way through to keep it from getting too brown. Thanks Anne!