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Joined Date: Mar 09, 2010
Reviewed Buffalo Wing Hummus
"I also cut the recipe in half and used about 3/4 C dried garbanzo beans. Forgot to cook my soaked garbanzos the first time I tried the recipe, but the second time was a great success! Everybody loved it, especially the boys! Love that you can adjust the heat/bbq-ness of this recipe to your tastes! Will definitely make again!"
Reviewed Sweet Skillet Cornbread
"I used buttermilk instead of the heavy cream as that's all I had on hand, so I was missing some of the richness that would have provided. They were good, but nothing sensational."
Reviewed Four-Cheese Scalloped Potatoes
"My mom made this for Easter this year and used all the recommended recipe ingredients. It was rich for sure, but wasn't really special; maybe a little too rich for my taste. There are other cheesy, buttery, potato recipes that I prefer! I'd give it a 3.5 stars."
Reviewed Corned-Beef-And-Cabbage Rolls
"Made this for St. Patrick's Day this year and I loved it! After reading previous reviews, I too added a few things. I loved the kick that the horseradish provided and the crunch of the carrots.
They were very easy to make and even made great (despite their dwindling crispness) leftovers! "
Reviewed Vegetable Gumbo
"Great recipe! Love the kick that the paprika gives it! I let the black eyed peas thaw before I threw them in and therefore they weren't hard at all. I used the 10 oz. as prescribed and I think I'll add a few more when I make this again!
This is now the second recipe that's called for a roux and then throwing in vegetables. The flour sucks up all ""
Reviewed Tomato-Tortilla Soup
"Sadly, I didn't love this recipe. I like thicker soups so I used 2 3/4 cups of stock instead of 4 and still found it too thin. I am a fan of spice so I added a poblano pepper to the jalapeno pepper that was suggested and used one can of fire-roasted tomatoes to add a more complex taste. In the end, it tasted like a "souped up" version of tomato so""
"Delicious soup! I love thicker soups, so I took heed of the other reviews and used 3 cups of pumpkin puree and 3 3/4 cups of stock. I also used an immersion blender to puree the carrot, celery and onion. Amazing results! Everyone loved it and we plan to make it again for Thanksgiving! ""
Reviewed Chocolate Souffles
"For a 5 ingredient souffle, this is great! Not extremely tasty, but in a pinch, this is a super easy, super fast and good-tasting dessert!""