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Home Town: Richmond, Texas, USA
Living In: Houston, Texas, USA
Member Since: Jul. 2003
Cooking Level: Expert
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Recipe Reviews 14 reviews
White Chocolate Macadamia Nut Cookies IV
these cookies have become my new secret weapon - my boyfriend is madly in love with them! Thanks for the post! (I also made them into ice cream sandwiches once and they were excellent!)

6 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Feb. 4, 2012
Chicken Cordon Bleu II
Thanks for the great recipe! I changed a few things: browned the chicken in the pan, then transferred to the oven to finish off for 25minutes while I made the sauce in the same pan that the chicken was browned in (by adding 4tbs butter and 2tbs flour to make a paste, then 2 cups chicken broth and 1/2 cup wine, allowing to reduce and thicken for 20minutes, then adding the cream and seasoning with garlic powder, salt, and pepper) Will make again! :)

3 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jan. 1, 2010
New Year Black Eyed Peas
1. The pepperocinis are those (very mild) yellow peppers that you often get whole on top of Greek salads... they will not make this dish spicy, but add a very special flavor to it. I would not reccommend leaving them out. You can find them at any grocery store - they are in jar near where you find the olives. If you would like the peas to be spicy, by all means add some other peppers or even some cajun seasoning. 2. The ham hocks that are called for do not offer any meat to be eaten - they serve the purpose of flavoring the peas. If you would like chunks of meat in the peas, use another type of ham as well as the hocks (as the flavor that the bones and skin impart are the signature flavor of traditional southern black-eyed peas) 3. If you would like less liquid in the peas, or a thicker sauce, reduce the water by half and/or add a tablespoon of flour to the sauteed onion to make a sort of paste before adding the liquids.

77 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jan. 1, 2010
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