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Heather Dombroskie


Heather Dombroskie
 
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Living In: Valleyview, Alberta, Canada
Member Since: Sep. 2001
Cooking Level: Expert
Cooking Interests: Baking, Grilling & BBQ, Asian, Italian, Southern, Dessert, Kids, Quick & Easy, Gourmet
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Scott & Heather Dombroskie
Heather
About this Cook
I'm a happilly married mom of three :) My son Erik was born in 2002, my daughter Emily in 2004, and my son Drayden in 2006. My husband Scott and my kids are my cooking guinea pigs, but they're very patient with me! LOL! Scott is also an amazing cook, so we're really very blessed!
My favorite things to cook
I love finding new recipes to try out, and finding recipes that are fun to cook with my son since he's *such* a big help!
My favorite family cooking traditions
Christmas at my parents house is a huge effort, and everyone takes part - I love that time of year and the celebration of family through food.
My cooking triumphs
I can happilly say that I've triumphed more than I've failed - but I can't think of anything off-hand that I'm especially proud of. Each meal that I prepare and the hubby and kids love - that's a triumph!
My cooking tragedies
Rice. I can't cook rice. Not even the minute kind. It's terrible.
Recipe Reviews 15 reviews
Three Cheese Manicotti
This recipe was a huge hit in my house. I only partially cooked the pasta (less than al dente) to make them easier to stuff, and I also filled my giant pastry bag with the cheese filling to squeeze it easilly & neatly in to the shells. I jazzed up my canned pasta sauce with fresh garlic & onions. Such an amazing recipe, my kids devoured it! An excellant meal served with garlic bread & caesar salad.

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Mar. 28, 2013
Mom's Good Cinnamon Rolls
I've always made cinnamon rolls using my grandmother's recipe which consisted of a sweetened flaky pastry dough. I decided I wanted to try a yeast-risen dough, and came upon this recipe. It is WONDERFUL! Like many other posters, once the dough had risen the first time, I rolled it out in to a sheet about 1/4" thick and lightly buttered the dough. I never measure how much brown sugar & cinnamon I use, I just liberally sprinkle the dough until it looks right. then roll it up (I also sprinkled walnuts before rolling) and slice through with a sharp knife. I got 12 beautiful large rolls + 2 end pieces from this recipe. If you tuck 6 rolls tightly in to an 8x8 square pan, when they rise the second time, they rise together to a beautiful presentation. I also sprinkled a bit more brown sugar on the tops before baking. Wonderful recipe! Thank you for sharing!

2 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: May 5, 2012
Easy Decadent Truffles
Absolutely the easiest truffles I have ever made, and so simple to add different flavour variations. I made a simple chocolate/vanilla and drizzled white chocolate over top, a peppermint variation - rolled in crushed candycanes, and a almond variation rolled in walnuts. A HUGE hit with my family & friends, I will make this recipe every year at Christmas :) Thanks so much!!

6 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jan. 14, 2011
 
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