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PatriciaM


PatriciaM
 
Home Town: San Benito, Texas, USA
Living In: Houston, Texas, USA
Member Since: Oct. 2006
Cooking Level: Expert
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Best Mexican Shrimp Cocktail Ever!
Yummy!
Golden Potato Soup
PussyCat Momma
About this Cook
Im a stay at home mom to 2 boys, Ages 19mo and 3yrs. My husband works with Union Pacific! I used to work in the Medical field. I love finding recipes w/great reviews and trying them out and testing them on my friends and family. I also myspace www.myspace.com/traesmom and I also have learned to Knit on the Knifty Knitter, I do Scrapbooking when I can.
My favorite things to cook
Favorite things to cook right now is MOLE, a mexican dish! Spaghetti is very simple for our family to make and enjoy.
My favorite family cooking traditions
My favorite family cooking traditions are just the everyday meals like Breakfast tacos, papas con huevos; Chorizo con frijoles; Tacos, Enchiladas, all that Ive learned from family and my aunts and Mother in laws help too!
My cooking triumphs
My cooking Triumphs would have happent his Thanksgiving! My husband fell in love with the Slow cooker Stuffing I hade and so did his mom and sister! Everyone was in love with it. I made my Turkey too, proven my cooking skills are top notch to my MIL!!
My cooking tragedies
Once I tried making Gumbo! Okra Gumbo! and what a mess I made! Okra was all gooey and the Rue I couldnt figure out.. it all went in the trash!
Recipe Reviews 4 reviews
Absolutely Ultimate Potato Soup
Made this recipe with very minimal tweeks of my own. I got Chicken Stock @ Walmart (32oz box)..I purchased those small Klondike gourmet potatos but really to peel was hard so small. I used bigger yellow ukon potatos peeled diced small. Definately puree in blender but on 8serving size I had to twopart it..pulsed puree soup then the cream mix. End result smell and taate at 1st I felt not enough flavor.? Oh..other thing.I didn't out all the cooked chopped bacon in the "simmer"..I put half and reserved rest like another reviewer said!! I served my bowl and I chopped up more freshcilantro and fresh green chive! Crumbled bacon on top..pinch or two of shredded cheese and finally some diced up Jalapenos! Omg...topping definitely made it better! Was very thick and creamy. Peefect for when artic blast comes or just pmsing abd hungry for comfort food!!

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Reviewed On: Dec. 2, 2013
Meatball Sandwich
Okay this is really simple to make! I had almost all the Indge. and well I forgot to get the Italian Seasoning and the PROVALONE!... Well Hubby said they were pretty darn good! Soo even w/out the BEST PART! the CHeeeeeese they were yummy! My kids loved them too! I also instead of baking all the MB's on a baking dish I whipped out my 12ct/muffin/cupcake pan! and that worked our really great! the cooked in not time! You could actually make probably smaller MB"s because they were huge I had to cut them in 1/2! I will make these again and nextime NOT forgetting the Provalone/or maybe trying MOzzarella!

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Reviewed On: Nov. 6, 2007
Slow Cooker Stuffing
I made this last year and I tweaked w/it a bit. I didnt use Mushrooms only because I dont like them. Instead of the BREADCRUMBS I baked a 13x9 Pan of JIFFY CORNBREAD, about 3-4 boxes. Everything else I used and kept a close eye on it just making sure it didnt dry out. IT WAS Let me tell you the BEST ! THE best! I think the Corn bread of course does the trick! I will be passing this along to all my bloggers and myspacers and family and friends!! I think I will make some even before Thanksgiving!!

2 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Nov. 1, 2007
 
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