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About this Cook
i love to eat, but i am not a good cook by any means. for the last few years my idea of a home cooked meal was to pop a lean cuisine frozen meal into the microwave. then it kinda hit me that i was an almost 30 year old woman with no culinary skills to speak of - and it became my goal to learn how to feed myself :P
My favorite things to cook
i'm all about carbs and comfort. yeah, i know it's not politically correct to state a love of carbs in this day and age, but i can't help liking what i like. so my goal is to find very simple meals that tasted great and make you feel like curling up on the couch with a comforter and a good book. if you send me those recipes, i will love you for life!
Recipe Reviews 42 reviews
Easy Fruit Cobbler
5 stars for simplicity and taste! There can't be an easier dessert than this. I used a canned fruit mix (peaches, pineapples, grapes) that I needed to get rid of. I also substituted 1/2 wheat flour, and 1/2 splenda to lower calories. Plus I added a bit of vanilla extract to the batter. It couldn't have been any tastier. Next time I'll cut the butter down so it's not as greasy.

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Nov. 11, 2009
Strawberry Lassi
Okay, I totally cheated on this one - I didn't have any strawberries, so instead I used strawberry yogurt with fruit pieces in it. Although not exactly the same, the lassi was delicious. Also, instead of ice, I just chilled the lassi in the freezer for a 5 minutes (enough to make it very cold and not frozen).

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jul. 2, 2009
Tater Tot Casserole I
The hardest part about this recipe was shredding the cheddar cheese! The only thing lacking was some seasoning. I used salt/pepper/garlic powder on the meat and liberally sprinkled the same mixture into the eggs. As others suggested, I used 4 eggs instead of two and this was the perfect amount.

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Reviewed On: Jul. 2, 2009

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