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Rebecca
 
Home Town: Kansas City, Kansas, USA
Living In: Lindenhurst, Illinois, USA
Member Since: Jun. 2009
Cooking Level: Intermediate
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Recipe Reviews 3 reviews
Best Guacamole
This would have been too bland for my family's taste. And I've never had to add oil to any of my guac recipes. Garlic, cilantro, finely chopped jalapenos and diced tomatoes are wonderful add-ins to any guac recipe. Also, I prefer limes to lemons. If you don't like cilantro or jalapenos, this would be a good recipe.

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Reviewed On: Sep. 8, 2013
Vanilla Crepes
The recipe was tasty and easy to follow. Really should have watched a video on the best way to cook these, though! Don't really know why you need to spray the pan with as much butter as is in these if you're using a nonstick pan. You can gently lift the edges as they crisp. Personally, I LOVE the spotted dalmatian type as I like crispier crepes. 15 seconds on the second side did NOT seem like enough time. I prefer these not to be soggy, and very thin! Served these with blueberries and strawberries dusted with powdered sugar and ate them by hand. YUM! Will use the leftovers for lunch and put strips of grilled chicken, garden tomatoes, lettuce and some mayo. YUMMERS!

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Reviewed On: Aug. 11, 2012
Baked Whole Cauliflower
Had a similar dish at a 5-start restaurant in Chicago several years ago, and have been looking for a good recipe. THIS IS IT! However, I used butter, not margarine, one large clove minced fresh garlic instead of the garlic powder, and omitted the salt. The Kraft grated cheese I used gave it enough salty flavor. I basted the steamed cauliflower head with the garlic butter, then used the remainder of the butter to mix all the other ingredients together before pressing onto the cauliflower head. I think next time I will steam it for only 10 minutes, since I don't like it so mushy. Also, I used a quiche baker to help dry out some of the liquid from the steaming. THANK YOU THANK YOU!

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Reviewed On: Feb. 26, 2012
 
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