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Joined Date: Jan 17, 2006
Birthday: Nov 24
Reviewed Black Bean Soup
"I made this right after viewing the show. Simple and quick, and I had most of the ingredients on hand. The only substitution I made was the bouillon base and the diced tomatoes since I didn't have those. I had beef stock leftovers, and a can of crushed tomatoes with basil, and stirred in a big spoonful of tomato paste. The recipe calls for 1 ts""
Favorited Dark Chocolate Peppermint Pattie Cake
Reviewed Peach Cobbler
"Try this with strawberries....yum. Easiest recipe ever. The dough is soft and gooey, and the fruit tastes warm and flavorful. The recipe in her book uses just one cup of flour, 1 cup of milk, 1 cup of sugar. Both work well, depending on how much dough you want. In our family, it's all about the dough! The layering technique allows the batter ""
Reviewed Kentucky Lemonade
"I'm not from Kentucky, but when I saw the name of this recipe, I immediately thought Kentucky bourbon would be the alcohol. This recipe comes closer to being a Lynchburg Lemonade. (That's Lynchburg, TN; where Jack Daniels is made.) Just add 1/2 ounce of Triple Sec and you pretty much have it. Increase the frozen lemonade concentrate to 3 oz and ""
Reviewed Sauteed Kale
"I love greens of any kind, but kale is the most nutricious of all. This recipe is fabulous. I love the tang of the vinegar and the garlic adds the perfect savory touch. It's my go to for turnip greens and spinach too.
"Comfort times eight. I have made this several times. Great for my single lifestyle. I put it into four 500ml Corning Ware ramekin type bowls, and one larger one holding four servings. I let them cool instead of baking, then seal in bags with my Food Saver and pop them into the freezer. Then when I come home from work I just preheat the oven, make a salad, pop a single serving into the oven and dinner is ready in 20 minutes. This larger one makes for a convenient impromptu gathering of friends. They bring the wine!
Reviewed Iced Tea with Grenadine
"I love the flavor of grenadine. The real thing that is. The stuff you buy in the liquor store is mostly sugar and very little if any pomegranate.
Anyway, this tea is a delightful change of pace. I make it for Thanksgiving and Christmas since I first saw Giada make it. The kids are particularly happy with it. Thanks Giada.
"In the show, Sunny says to pour a "shot" of bourbon and says it is 1.5 ounces. In my training as a certifiend mixologist, a shot is 1 ounce, and a jigger is 1.5 ounces. Just sayin.
Tasty little libation, either amount you like to use.
I wouldn't toss the strained cranberries though. Used mine in my cranberry conserve. yum