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ABIANNE


ABIANNE
 
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Living In: Ohio, USA
Member Since: Mar. 2001
Cooking Level: Intermediate
Cooking Interests: Baking, Slow Cooking, Asian, Mexican, Italian, Southern, Low Carb, Healthy, Dessert, Kids, Quick & Easy
Hobbies: Scrapbooking, Hiking/Camping, Photography, Reading Books, Music
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Recipe Reviews 11 reviews
Banana Muffins II
So, so good. I made them exactly as written, and added half a bag of mini semi-sweet chocolate chips. Got rave reviews - this is now my go-to quick and easy muffin (not to mention a great way to use up brown bananas). Thanks!

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Aug. 17, 2009
Ting-Town Barbeque Beef Sandwich
Fantastic! I discovered too late that I was out of ketchup, so I just used the better part of a bottle of Sweet Baby Ray's barbeque sauce. Roast got amazingly tender in the crock pot, and made terrific sandwiches - plus plenty of leftover beef that we froze for another meal. We'll definitely be making this again - maybe with pork roast next time. Thanks!

6 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: May 23, 2008
Authentic Louisiana Red Beans and Rice
This was FANTASTIC - even my bean-hating husband ate two bowls! I cooked it in my crock pot - didn't soak the beans or saute the vegetables, just rinsed the dry beans and combined everything (except rice) in the crock pot. I cooked them on high for about 4 hours and then bumped it down to low for another 3 hours or so, and left the lid off for about the last half hour so the broth could thicken a bit. The beans got quite tender this way, and the flavors all blended together nicely. Chopping the veggies in a food processor made them virtually disappear, which meant that my kids ate it without a fuss (because visible vegetables = blecch). Other minor changes - I used a full T. of cajun spice, and added a tsp. or salt. I'll be making this again soon!

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Apr. 21, 2008
 
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