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Joined Date: Dec 05, 2010
Reviewed Triple-Cheese Spirals
"I've made this twice now and have made some modifications:
-use regular elbow noodles to make it seem more familiar to our picky daughter
-a dash of cayenne pepper instead of a pinch
-Two cups of yellow sharp cheddar cheese
-a slice of Pepperjack cheese for heat
-pour cooked noodles into a casserole dish, pour milk and cheese mixture on top and bake in oven for twenty minutes.
In my opinion the Monterey Jack and Parmesan cheese didn't add anything to it. We prefer our mac and cheese to have more "bite" to it. Also, next time I'll eliminate one of the milks.
Reviewed Herb-Roasted Turkey Breast
"My daughter would have given sixteen stars, but that's not an option.
Absolutely the best ever turkey breast recipe I've tried. Moist, yummy, delicious, flavorful, melt-in-your-mouth, there won't be any leftovers.
Not "oomphless" as my family would say.
Beautiful, babe, don't change a thing.
Reviewed Best Ever Green Bean Casserole
"Usually when I try green bean casserole it's covered in gelatinous goo and the beans don't have any "snap" to them. Alton Brown's casserole had snap from the fresh beans and tasty mushrooms.
However, the temperature at which the onions are cooked was too high. After five minutes at 475 degrees, the onions turned into carbon and my family endured me cussing at the waste of food. I sliced the onions and tossed them with the panko breading (which I didn't have any trouble getting the breading to stick) and fried the onions a small batch at a time on top of the stove in vegetable oil.
My husband would have liked the beans to be cooked a little longer, they felt undercooked to him. Also, he would have liked more flavor; next time I'll try a splash of Worschestechere sauce.
Another thing, I'll reduce the serving size. In my opinion it was enough for eight, maybe nine people.