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Wolverine Nap
About this Cook
Just a low-income person who's learning how to cook healthy for herself!
My favorite things to cook
I mostly do breads and slow-cooker meals, stuff I can make in bulk and freeze, but my favorite from this site is Peanut Butter Noodles! I do like desserts and cookies, too, but have drastically cut back on those!
My favorite family cooking traditions
Christmas cookies mainly.
My cooking triumphs
Lemon bread and a staple whole wheat bread machine bread, and a simple salmon chowder I made up myself.
My cooking tragedies
Lots! But if it's edible, I eat it anyway - I don't have lots of money to waste!
Recipe Reviews 15 reviews
Wings In Cola
One of my favorite chicken recipes! I've used it with thighs, drumsticks, and skinless chicken breasts, and have found that thighs are best, with skin on and bone in. The skinless breasts got too dry, and there's a little too much bone vs. meat with regards to the drumsticks. Thighs are just right.

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Reviewed On: Nov. 13, 2014
Suzanne's Spinach Quiche
Just tried it. Not enough moisture - the spinach on top dried out. Next time I'll add a couple more eggs and maybe some milk along with the sour cream instead of yogurt, and maybe bake it at only 350.

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Feb. 3, 2013
Gel's Green Beans and Beef
After reading the review where the reviewer tried turkey in this recipe, I was a little leery about trying it since that's all I had, along with canned green beans. So I decided when it came time to add the soy sauce and honey, I added the soy first and let the turkey cook in that for a couple of minutes then added the honey, etc., and it seems to have worked. :9 Might be a little salty for some folks, tho. I did forget the flour and water step, but I like it just the same. I think I'll make some noodles to go under it next time, too.

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Reviewed On: Apr. 11, 2011

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