ALPHABET672 Profile - (1142267)

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Home Town: Casco, Maine, USA
Living In: Cornelius, Oregon, USA
Member Since: Nov. 2001
Cooking Level: Intermediate
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About this Cook
I am 28 years old and starting to put together my own recipe box of recipes that my mom and grandma made which I was a kid.
My favorite things to cook
Chinese food and comfort food
My favorite family cooking traditions
Hershey Kiss cookies at christmas, and whoopie pies in the summer.
My cooking triumphs
Orange chicken with home made egg flower soup with egg rolls.. a HUGE hit!
My cooking tragedies
any time I confuse baking powder and baking soda!
Recipe Reviews 2 reviews
I just made this with my husband. I only had 12 inch wide aluminum foil, which worked fine. I skipped the egg part for joining them together. As long as you work the breadsticks together they should look fine. Mine might have come out a bit smaller than others, due to the aluminum foil thing, but it looks yummy. I baked at center rack for 350 for about 30 minutes instead of the 45 because it was starting to brown, even though I covered it in tinfoil in some spots on the top. Aluminum foil came out very easily. Will eat tomorrow with Thanksgiving. Going to stuff it with carrots/broccoli and cauliflower.

2 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Nov. 24, 2010
Big Guy Strawberry Pie
Best strawberry pie EVER! Everyone in my family loves it and I can never wait for the glazing to cool before the whole thing is my belly! If you can't make a homemade crust, or don't have the stuff to make it, I used the instant ones (usually 2 per package) but sometimes not as buttery or flakey. Great either way! YUMMMMM

10 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Mar. 10, 2006

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