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Joined Date: Oct 27, 2007
Reviewed Chicken Francese
"I didn't really like this.
It was kinda slimy. Wouldn't make again."
"This was very easy and very good. I used the wrong type of olives (spanish) and it was still good. My husband loved it. The directions don't tell you what to do with the pasta water, so I read some of the reviews and found the answer. Add a little water to the finished dish to make it all come together. I added a little at a time because it sh"
Reviewed Better Buttermilk Biscuits
"I have tried different biscuit recipes and they've always been so-so until this one. These were excellent. I used butter instead of shortening like another reviewer suggested. They were so tender. My husband loved them as well. A keeper for sure!!"
Reviewed Creamy Garlic Mashed Potatoes
"I would give this recipe two stars, but my husband thought they were pretty good. I found these nothing special and I miss the taste of butter in the potatoes. I never buy russet potatoes because I find them rather dry and boring and that could have been part of the problem. I doubt I would make these again and don't understand the five star "
Reviewed Quiche Lorraine
"This was just ok, nothing special. The crust I thought was a little bland. I used swiss and maybe the gruyere would have been better. "
Reviewed Croque Madame
"Not the best. We just came back from Paris and I wanted to try this. It just didn't taste like what we had in France. I think in part it was the cheese. Needs Guyere. It was ok, but I'll be trying other recipes until I find one that tastes authentic."
Reviewed Paula's Cherries Jubilee
"Ho Hum. I couldn't get the brandy to light either. Nothing special and the family was not impressed. ""
Reviewed Candied Corn
"I used frozen corn and the family thought it was very good. A nice little twist other than butter, salt and pepper. The cayenne gave it a slight kick. A keeper!""