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Joined Date: Nov 19, 2010
Reviewed Zucchini Pancakes
"I made these tonight. My husband and I both have wheat allergy/Celiac issues, so I substituted gluten free pancake mix for the flour and baking powder. They came out perfectly and tasted delicious! This is a keeper!"
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Reviewed Halloween Brain Dip
"This was a huge hit at a Halloween party I was invited to. My variations: I sank a small Pyrex bowl into the hole in the top instead of foil. I used baba ganoush dip and let it pour over the edges of the bowl onto the cauliflower to hide the bowl. I spooned red and green salsa over the cauliflower to add more grossiosity and put more fake radis..."
Reviewed Slime Soup
"I was excited to make something with a quirky British name that was easier than Spotted Dick or Bubble & Squeak. I couldn't wait to get started. I had all the ingredients, albeit my mozzarella cheese was actually several sticks of string cheese and my scallion was four shriveled things that needed to be used or tossed. Nigella had "drained the lifeblood" of her scallion, so I figured I could throw them all in to my soup. I announced to the family that we were having Slime Soup for dinner. Having not seen the episode, they weren't quite enamoured of the name, but they came around when they tasted it! This has within a day become standard fare at my house.
Learned to cook before I was 5 at my mother's side. I am over half a century old now. My daughter caught the passion and went to a Le Cordon Bleu school. So I guess you could say we have a family tradition of culinary art.