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Joined Date: Jan 18, 2008
Reviewed Crispy Orange Beef
"We have trained our little chihuahua, "Periloco" ("Peri" for short to be our family's personal chef. He uses only the finest quality ingredients and wields his little 2 inch chef's knife like a pro. We requested an Oriental Feast the other day, and Peri tried to make this Crispy Orange Beef for us. Unfortunately, the beef stuck to the paper toweli"
Reviewed Sea Breeze Martini
"For Godsakes be More Specific! I made this martini using Sea Breeze the astringent for skin & scalp. The drink looked great but, man alive, did it burn going down. And the hangover? You don't want to know about that."
Reviewed Crown Roast with Sourdough Dressing
"Our dog had to be euthanized after we fed him leftover scraps of the crown roast. The sodium content was way too high for him. So watch out!"
Reviewed Sesame Chicken Drumettes
"I'm afraid these drumettes caused a great degree of anxiety in the docchuck household. My husband has some particularly loathsome childhood memories concerning overcooked poultry ruining many a special occasion. Thus, I have quite reasonably been dispatched to never overcook the chicken I serve him.
I expected these drumettes to be cooked to ""
"This is the perfect recipe to start incorporating meat into an infant's diet. It is totally bland, so as not to upset little tummies and it uses beef and beans, which are low fat and easily digested. Depending on the age of your baby, you may want to whirl in in the blender for a smoother consistency. ""
Reviewed Eggs Benedict
"All I can say is THANK GOD FOR ELASTIC_WAIST PANTS!!"
Reviewed Ham and Cheese Souffle
"Tasted gamey. Like old socks or that baseball golve that's been sitting in the corner of the garage for a few years. "
Reviewed Cheese Platter
"My husband fell victim unwittingly to the disasterous digestive system consequences of eating a white fish called ESCOLAR. It was all my fault, I'll be the first to admit. I was unaware that said fish was often recommended as part of a colonoscopy prep diet, given its powerful properties of elimination.
In an effort (well meaning, I might add) to brighten his mood, I whipped him up a tempting supper of chicken-fried Escolar and ham beans, a meal his mother often served him as a sullen child.
Sadly, the Escolar kicked in just as he stretched out in his Barcalounger with a restorative snifter of brandy.
Thankfully, I ran across this recipe and (as usual) Ina has saved the day!
A festive cheese platter was just what my husband needed! It resuscitated his spirits (which were understandably poor) as well as providied him with greatly needed relief of his physical suffering.
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