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Joined Date: Dec 07, 2011
Birthday: Sep 08
Reviewed Green Bean Casserole
"the only thing i think this recipe didn't need was the extra salt/pepper on top at the end. this was very easy and good. liked the idea of incorporating the french fried onions into it rather than on top. and i messed up a little. i noticed it half way thru putting the cheese on top of the casserole: i forgot to precook the dish without the chees""
Reviewed Chicken Nuggets with BBQ Sauce
"i could not resist after seeing this recipe, AND also could NOT understand why no one has previously tried this??!!?! because instantly, when i seen this recipe, i was like, "bbq = flavor; mayo = moist; dijon = extra yummy flavorful kick!! what i did differently was got an idea from paula deen and used this entire recipe to the tee, EXcePT instead""
"liked the chip idea, but i personally think its better to crush them more than they did in the video cuz the only problem i was having was with the chips sticking to the batter. otherwise, everyone here thanked me a lot for making them. they were gone almost as quickly as they were made. an annoying part was having to do it in about 3 different ba""
I grew up in a house where you always kind of expected what was going to be cooked (i.e. chili, chicken and dumplings, etc.) and where the food generally was fairly bland. I always wanted to be a kind of connoisseur of food, and try exquisite tastes and learn to make them as well. My mother was the culprit of the above stated. And my grandmother on my dad's side of the family, I'd always been told by anyone and everyone was an excellent cook. I never got to try it, because she's grown too tired to do such things. Plus, we were never close. But I do believe it's where I likely got either the gift or passion (pick one), and love of food. I never knew it though, sadly, until I moved in with my boyfriend and really started to discover how much fun it is to cook, and how much I absolutely love to make things flavorful and delicious and pleasing to the eye. I'd never experienced good food, until I had this realization. The first thing it was that I cooked that helped me to realize this?? We had bought some ribs that were on sale, and they'd been sitting in the freezer for a little while, and I'd never really cooked much, but we bought them. I absolutely love ribs, and I didn't want to waste them, most certainly NoT. So I started searching method after method, and combined a few in order to come up with my own little way of doing it. The end result? The BEST ribs I have EvEr tasted. EVER!! mmmmmm... ;)
I'm most likely more of a savory fan. Sweets are really my least favorite, most likely because I enjoyed it so much as a kid and now I'm burnt out on it. But I do still enjoy sweets, don't get me wrong. I love chocolate and certain others. I never really know how to say what is my favorite food, though.. to be honest. I like lots. Just like my taste in music, I have a wide variety. And I'm not biased (like, if it has so and so in it, I won't eat it, or w/e). If it is good food, it's good food. I used to be so darn picky when I was younger, which is why I'm probably not nearly as picky now. I do still probably get a little picky though. I do love good food. But I do try eating healthier, sometimes. Still LOVE my bacon! No one can ever take my bacon away from me!! lol.