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About this Cook
I’d like to start by saying that I’m not a good cook. I’ve just started learning/experimenting & I don’t necessarily have great instincts yet. I’ll be saving my recipes here for easy reference as I go along. I love the calculator on allrecipes & searching for recipes by ingredients, so this is the site for me.
Recipe Reviews 12 reviews
Dylan's Potato, Carrot, and Cheddar Soup
I like anything that I can make in 1 pot (and I have an immersion mixer, so I didn't have to transfer half to the blender). I didn't have enough broth, so I had to use some water & I didn't have a lot of cheese so I don't know how much I used. Other than that, I left the recipe simple. It was easy to make, it was easy to eat, and it was much better than the last carrot soup recipe I tried. I should have cooked it a little bit longer because I like my carrots a little softer.

2 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Oct. 23, 2013
Lemon Cheesecake
I made this as a gluten & diabetic friendly dessert for a party. It was good, but the flavor was really subtle (I tried orange/ginger flavored yogurt, next I'll try grapefruit for more zing). My family has asked me to bring it to the next party, so I'd say it was a hit. I revised the recipe a little bit: 3 (6 oz) containers of siggi’s icelandic yogurt 3 (2 oz) packages of light cream cheese couple packs of truvia 1/2 cup egg substitute

0 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jan. 31, 2013
Easy Swedish Pancakes
I liked them! This was my first time making Swedish pancakes, but the recipe looked easy enough that I decided to give it a try. I don’t have an electric skillet, so I used a small non-stick frying pan & just turned them whole with the spatula. I followed the recipe with the substitutions of gluten-free flour and non-fat milk. Ate some with orange marmalade, ate some with maple syrup, and wished I had some cheese so I could try some like blintzes. I think these would go with anything. In fact, we pared them with spiced honey wine tonight :)

2 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Mar. 8, 2012
 
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