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Christine Hill


Christine Hill
 
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Recipe Reviews 3 reviews
Garden Veggie Pizza Squares
Very yummy and very versatile. You can put pretty much anything you would like in a salad on it in my opinion. I kind of went over board with the toppings, which I don’t suggest doing unless you don’t mind the mess. Definitely do a taste test while making the ranch spiked cream cheese, a little less than half a pack was enough for me. This would be a hit for small, one bite appetizers or even a light lunch.

2 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Dec. 29, 2006
Mrs. Sigg's Snickerdoodles
Absolutely fantasmic! Almost a fool proof recipe! Listen to what many other reviewers say and take the cookies out at 8 mins, especially if you are looking for that crispy outside, soft inside texture. This recipe is definitely worth trying out at least once!

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Dec. 27, 2006
Kim Chee Squats
As a Korean myself, I find this recipe a little odd. I used to watch my mother make Kimchee and she never used fresh ginger, vinegar, or sugar in the mix. You want to break off the leaves of the cabbage and place them in a bowl, sprinkling a little salt on each leaf as you go. After salting the cabbage, fill the dish with water and then let it soak for 3-4 hours. Massage the cabbage then drain and rinse. Chop cabbage into 2-3 inch segments then toss well with the rest of the ingredients (I wouldn't suggest using ginger, vinegar, or sugar; but do what you think you'll like). Then pack it tightly into a jar, you don't want a lot of air within the jar, so use the right size jar. Kimchee is a fermented cabbage dish, therefore, if you leave it out in a warm area for 24-48 hours instead of refridgerating, the taste will be authentic. It's more of an acquired taste. It will also last way more than a week, I'd say about a month easy. We ate it straight out of the bottle; it goes well with some rice! :)

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Reviewed On: Aug. 22, 2006
 
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