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Lynn Dawe

Lynn Dawe
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Living In: Greater Toronto Area, Ontario, Canada
Member Since: Aug. 2009
Cooking Level: Intermediate
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Recipe Reviews 30 reviews
Green Beans with Almonds and Caramelized Shallots
I was making green beans with prime rib and mashed potatoes, found this recipe- had everything on hand, and it was fast and easy - looked fancy when done. I used 4 shallots, a red pepper, and and small bag of slivered almonds, looked like the right amount, and a little extra sugar- why not. I will probably cut the red pepper down to 1/2 -it was bit too much but all in all a great way to fancy up green beans. Good enough for company. It turned out delish! Exceeded my expectations, will make again.

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Reviewed On: Apr. 14, 2013
Sweet Restaurant Slaw
This is the best cole law !! of all the variations I've tried - with or without buttermilk (slightly thicker and stands up long haul), oil and vinegar based (tart but good with pulled pork ) this one is the best hands down, all purpose slaw. Yum. Easy and after the bag of slaw, everything is in the pantry. Ten minutes to make. Love it!

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jul. 15, 2012
Banana Pudding IV
I used two small packets of vanilla pudding and 4 cups of whole milk ( I started with 3 cups but ended up adding another cup when it started to set up as it seemed just too thick- 4 was perfect and the amount called for on the box- 2 cups each. much better, especially since the nilla wafers absorb moisture) I used 6 bananas and the whole box of cookies for 2 bowls. I made 2 complete clear straight sided bowls. I started in each bowl, by layering the nilla cookies/banana/pudding twice, then topped with pudding/bananas mounded toward the centre of the bowl , followed with coolwhip topping, and sprinkled crushed cookies over the top. Delish. Next time i will use even less cookies though- they kind of absorbed the pudding too much - my fault for using so many. In short, go long on the bananas, short on the wafers ( 1/2 a box per the recipe prob just right) , long on the pudding. The cream cheese, condensed milk, and cool whip unbeatable combo. Remember to use fruit fresh (or lemon juice and water) to keep bananas from browning.

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Reviewed On: May 20, 2012

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