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Joined Date: Jan 17, 2012
Reviewed Cajun Jambalaya
"Flipping AMAZING!!! I did have to make a couple adjustments (since I had only brown rice so had to add a bit of extra liquid/spices for a longer cooking time), and doubled the recipe. And actually, mine ended up brothy at the end, but I'm glad it did----the broth is so incredibly flavorful. Make this recipe, even small adjustments will turn out"
Reviewed Chicken Noodle Soup
"This was SUPER delcicious! I've tried the top-rated chicken noodle soup from Tyler Florence too and I prefer this one. Some of the ingredients did seem a bit odd at first, but it reminded me of a roasted chicken recipe I've made before that also uses cinnamon and lemon and turns out super yummy. Followed the recipe exactly except used dried thy"
"This is very tasty! A small amount, however, goes a long way...not something you could eat over and over again if you have leftovers, IMO. If you use both the polenta and the coulis, it is VERY rich. I think it would be a great meal for a vegetarian dinner party, but the amount of coulis the recipe makes compared to the polenta and ragout is pr""
I love to cook and to eat. I would consider myself a self-trained-through-years-of-muddling-through-recipes intermediate home cook :) Not great at inventing recipes--or maybe since having kids just don't like to waste food and time by experimenting too much in the kitchen. I like to eat a good amount of vegetarian dishes, but being married to someone who leans more toward the caveman diet, we've learned to compromise to keep things affordable, so we do a fair amount of meat dishes too. As a Registered Dietitian, I'm always looking for dishes that include a lot of fresh ingredients and are balanced, but I do splurge on the occasional "special occasion" meal or dessert too :)