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Home Town: Wallkill, New York, USA
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Member Since: Apr. 2011
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About this Cook
I am a 24yr old newly wed who LOVES to find new recipes, both savory and sweet! Allrecipes is my GO TO site- I have it on my PC, Laptop, and iPhone! I just can't get enough ;-)
My favorite things to cook
COOKIES!, breads, casseroles, decadent recipes with a twist. My absolute favorite is when I find creative ways to repurpose ingredients or leftovers!
My favorite family cooking traditions
Meat n' potatoes! Lots of comfort food. I enjoy expanding my family's palate with international cuisine with homey touches.
My cooking triumphs
Shabbat Challah bread- braid and all! I'm not Jewish but I absolutely LOVE the bread!!! Oh- and when I mix up a quick batch of cookies (sans recipe) and they turn out AWESOME {then I just have to try and remember what I did!})
My cooking tragedies
Any kind of gravy with cornstarch...it is my nemisis! Always lumpy *sigh*
Recipe Reviews 2 reviews
Shabbat Challah
I halved this recipe and created 2 bakery quality large loaves. My family gve RAVE reviews! (I personally ate it for dinner and breakfast- huge chunks!) Will be making full recipe for Thanksgiving feast, and probably multiple batches to give as holiday gifts! (Will be pairing with my Cinnimon Honey Butter: 1/2 cup butter, softened 1/2 cup extra fine or confectioners' sugar 1/2 cup honey 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon- mix and put in cute canning jars). Inexpensive and full of LOVE!

5 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Oct. 24, 2011
Whole Egg Mayonnaise
Super easy, cheap, and tasty! I would highly recommend using a stick blender (about $20). I put everything except the oil in a tall mason jar and pulsed until just blended. Then, poured 1 cup of oil in while blending. Poured remaining oil in and blended continuously adding an up and down motion. I did that for about 2-3 minutes. Threw the lid on it and done!

2 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Sep. 1, 2011
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