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Joined Date: Jan 22, 2006
Reviewed Chocolate Chunk Blondies
"My husband cannot get enough of these! The recipe is so easy and fast. I make it without the nuts because I'm a cookie/brownie without nuts kinda gal :)""
Reviewed Southern Red Velvet Cake
"A very tasty and moist cake! After reading the reviews I made a couple of modifications (hence the four stars). I upped the cocoa to 2 tablespoons and used apple cider vinegar instead of white vinegar because it's sweeter. Yes the layers are thin but I think it's a good cake to icing ratio.""
Reviewed Thai Cucumber and Radish Salad
"This salad is a really nice compliment to Ellie Krieger's peanut noodles. I find the daikon radish can be a little bitter raw, so I've made it with small red radishes as well. Tasty!""
"My friends said this is the best lasagna they've ever had and always ask me to make it. I always use no-boil noodles because I'm lazy :) and it still turns out perfectly! I also use king oyster mushrooms instead of crimini because they're meatier.""
Reviewed Fingerling Potatoes with Aioli
"Better than french fries! I didn't have any bread or saffron on hand so I just added a spoonful of dijon mustard to help with the emulsification and flavor. It turned out just perfectly! This did make A LOT - there were four of us snacking and I was still able to snack for two days afterwards.""
Reviewed Sausage Cornbread Stuffing
"This was so delicious! Moist and flavorful! For the cornbread, I made three packages of Jiffy cornbread mix the day before and left it out overnight. Perfect!""
Reviewed Keyshawn's Mom's Candied Yams
"Is it bad to say I'm shocked this method worked? Well it not only worked, it worked incredibly well! I used 1 stick of butter (vs 2). And just because I prefer them this way for Thanksgiving, I mashed the yams, placed them in a casserole dish, topped with marshmallows and toasted them. YUM!""
"I made this in a 2 quart casserole like a traditional lasagna, with no-cook pasta sheets, cream cheese instead of mascarpone, and non-fat milk instead of heavy cream. Instead of using a food processor (which I don't own, I just mixed everything together in my kitchen aid mixer. The lasagna turned out really great, and everyone commented on how del"