MittiSmitti Profile - (10887544)


Home Town: Ne Metro, Georgia, USA
Living In: Buford, Georgia, USA
Member Since: Oct. 2006
Cooking Level: Expert
Cooking Interests: Baking, Grilling & BBQ, Frying, Slow Cooking, Mexican, Southern
Hobbies: Walking, Photography, Reading Books, Music
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About this Cook
I have a great job which allows me to travel (and eat!) but my best foodie moments are triumphs in my Florida kitchen. Recently moved here from Georgia, so my heart is in Southern food. I also love Greek, Italian, Japanese, ...ok. All food! This is my favorite website. Love your recipes, reviews, videos and tips.
My favorite things to cook
Chicken and dumplings (from scratch), all kinds of soups and stews, fish, fresh bread, kids' dishes, slow cooker meals.
My favorite family cooking traditions
Fried chicken, red velvet cake, sweet potato souffle, turkey and dressing, slow cooked pot roast, biscuits and gravy, cornbread, soup beans, cheesy potato soup.
My cooking triumphs
Cranberry stuffed pork roast to complete a Thanksgiving Feast at a table with which Martha Stewart would have been pleased! I also mastered homemade buttermilk biscuits with sawmill gravy after years of practice runs.
My cooking tragedies
Too many to mention! ! Of course, I cooked my first turkey with the bag of giblets still inside, and as a real rookie, tried to cook frozen chicken breasts without thawing!
Recipe Reviews 45 reviews
Japanese Onion Soup
Great soup! Very similar to Japanese restaurant style. I used better than boullion and sliced button mushrooms. I think the pre-made fried onion rings are great in this as well. Important to allow the veggies to simmer and flavor the broth. You can also add dried noodles to the simmering broth for a heartier soup, but the beauty of this is the simplicity of clear soup. Loved it!!!!!

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Reviewed On: May 25, 2014
Coconut Shrimp I
Oh my goodness...this is delicious as written. Fun to prepare and you can then stick em in the fridge and go to the pool/beach/mall until you're ready to cook em. When you FEBruary (flour egg breadcrumbs, I.e. Coconut FEC), I suggest pressing in coconut to make it adhere. Don't fear the coconut. I'm not a huge fan of the stuff but I put a lot on and these were fab. I sprinkled the finished product with a SMALL amount of salt. Fam loved it with out sauce.I loved it with some balsamic fig preserves sitting in the fridge, but also loved it without sauce. Trust a southern girl; fry at 350 and you will be loved.

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Reviewed On: May 6, 2014
Goat Cheese Stuffed Tomatoes
This was great! I didn't follow exactly, as my tomatoes were small and I had limited ingredients. I mixed herbed goat cheese with bread crumbs, jarred roasted peppers (diced), olive oil and some dried basil and stuffed the tomatoes. Topped with some grated asiago, but I think parm would have been better. Anyway, a delish basic recipe! You could add protein as others have suggested and have an entire meal. It is super quick and easy! I think fresh basil would have made it a knockout, I just didn't have any.

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Reviewed On: May 4, 2013

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