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Joined Date: Jul 29, 2008
Birthday: Jun 21
Reviewed Jacques's French Potato Salad
"I made this a couple of times for my husband and step-son. Had been looking for a potato salad recipe that I would enjoy - as I am not a potato salad gal, and they LOVE it. This was an excellent addition to my recipe box. Simple, DELICIOUS, devoured by the family. I left out the eggs and did not serve on lettuce, but as a traditional potato s"
Reviewed Turkey Meatloaf
"This was really good meatloaf - however I think next time I would reduce the amount of onion by a tad, it was kind of alot and made it more "falling apart" than it probably would have been. Very moist and delicious. The other change I mad was to use a 15 oz can of tomato sauce with a tsp of minced garlic and tablespoon of chopped basil stirred i"
Reviewed Cheesy Polenta
"This was JUST as simple to make as quick cooking polenta and was so much creamier and better. Made to pair with Ina's Turkey Meatloaf - so good. The only modification I made was to cut the recipe in half."
Reviewed Turkey Sandwich
"OMG totally the best roasted turkey EVER - it turned out so delicious and the combo of veggies and bacon rocked. MAKE THIS!!!""
Reviewed American Pasta Carbonara
"I used romano too - served peas on the side for a true classic!"
"I made this using canned tomato but made about half the amount of the sauce and only did three layers of pasta and five layers of sauce. I used the remainder of the sauce to make the bolognese and it was just delicious! I plan on making that again and freezing to have over plain old pasta. Really a winner of a lasagna. Thanks Alex.
Reviewed Turkey Lasagna
"Ina's Turkey Lasagna is great, but I usually use a large and a small can of crushed tomato so it does not get overly thick or dried out. I also add more garlic and an extra 1T of basil into the ricotta/goat/parmesean mixture. I have also done with regular itallian sausage with success - but the turkey is better!
I dabble with cooking - Not an expert, but I love to do it.
Itallian and Mexican are my favorites to cook and eat.