Mitzi Profile - (10238784)

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Home Town: California, USA
Living In: Oaktown Yo, California, USA
Member Since: Nov. 2007
Cooking Level: Intermediate
Cooking Interests: Baking, Dessert, Quick & Easy, Gourmet
Hobbies: Knitting, Walking, Reading Books, Music, Painting/Drawing
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About this Cook
molding the young minds of the young into people who can accept, dish out and enjoy the sarcastic wit of their teacher, recognize word play and know with all the fiber of their tiny little beings that No means No and Starbucks does sell regular black coffee. really.
My favorite things to cook
new foods/ dessert
My favorite family cooking traditions
rub it in grease until the evil leaves.
My cooking triumphs
pot roast
My cooking tragedies
anything with soy.
Recipe Reviews 36 reviews
Sour Cream Coffee Cake III
Great cake! The only things I changed were I halved the recipe and was out of the spices for the topping so I made the topping without. Halving it was fine, still a moist yummy cake. Skipping the spice was not a terrible mistake. But I wouldn't recommend it or do it a second time, I'd skip the topping instead. I tend to never do the topping in the middle part on these kinds of cakes either, just for reference.

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Reviewed On: Nov. 16, 2008
Cheesy Baked Cauliflower
This is a great way to serve cauliflower! I added a little more mayo than mustard (I used a 2:1 ratio), mixed the parma into the mixture, and sprinkled a little extra cheese on top just to make it a little more cheese-a-licious. I had a small head of cauliflower and only steamed it for about 10 minutes, and baked for maybe 20. I had orange cauliflower so it was a little too orange/yellow looking for me. Purple would have really made it rock, or green. I will most certainly be making this again with Broccoli or whatever other cauli I pick up. Great Recipe!

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Reviewed On: Nov. 8, 2008
Sausage Mushroom Quiche
I didn't make this exact recipe. But I was looking for a good quiche recipe to make with what I had (and have never ventured into quiche territory)and so I tinkered and referenced this recipe with the recipe for the spinach mushroom Quiche. This really helped me create a quiche that met my personal needs. This was great to use as reference as well as all the comments and reviews. Clearly we can tell that making a quiche is not hard and that we can tinker with ingredients. The important part is the milk/egg/cheese ratio. I used 1/2 c of half and half, and 4 eggs, fresh broccoli and fresh spinach (steamed), fresh mushrooms and green onion fried with butter, garlic and dried onion. It was a veggie heavy filling delight with 2 cups of cheese, and a frozen pie shell. It's not the same recipe here at all, but I think as a reference to help me on the path is worthy of five stars.

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Reviewed On: Oct. 26, 2008

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