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Joined Date: Aug 16, 2009
Reviewed Hibiscus-Lime Tea
"This was so good and refreshing! Serving it really cold is the key. I did not add any sugar for health reasons but it was still really good. I have read that hibiscus tea is good to help lower blood pressure, lower the bad cholesterol and to remove toxins from your liver. I just drink it because it was delicious and refreshing.""
Reviewed Chicken Empanadas
"Too dry, not very good.""
Reviewed Tomatoes stuffed with Chicken Salad
"I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE, this recipe. Light and refreshing. I plan to enjoy this recipe often this summer. Thank you Paula. "
Reviewed Pink Lemonade Layer Cake
"This cake did not rise at all and was too dense. Went right into the trash can."
"Marcela, this recipe takes me back to my childhood when my Mom used to make this for us. I am so happy that now I know how to make it for my grandkids. I followed your recipe exactly and it came out really, really good. You recipes are easy to make and really delicious. You are an awesome chef!!!!"
"Marcela, this recipe takes me back to my childhood when my Mom used to make this for us. I am so happy that now I now how to make it for my grandkids. I followed your recipe exactly and it came out really, really good. You recipes are easy to make and really delicious. You are an awesome chef!!!!"
"This recipe is absolutely delicious. The aroma that filled my house when I was cooking it was wonderful. My whole family loved it. Thank you Alex!! "
Reviewed Sausage and Peach Stuffed Pork Chops
"I did not enjoy this recipe at all. The sausage flavor overwhelms the recipe and leaves the pork chops behind. My son who eats everything and anything left most of his meal on the plate. Big waste of time and money. In regard to "all the hosts wear their rings when cooking", Giada, Ina Garten, Bobby Flay, Sandra Lee, etc. do not wear rings when cooking. They must really care about the people they are cooking for and the audience that they are teaching to cook."