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Home Town: Georgia, USA
Living In: Georgia, USA
Member Since: Feb. 2012
Cooking Level: Intermediate
Cooking Interests: Baking, Frying, Slow Cooking, Southern
Hobbies: Gardening, Camping, Fishing, Hunting, Reading Books, Music, Painting/Drawing
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Baked Ziti I
This recipe was delicious! I seasoned my meat well while browning it with salt, pepper, a dash of Mrs Dash and garlic salt. After adding the spaghetti sauce I mixed in some shredded cheese (Colby & Monterey Jack). I buttered my dish well and per other reviews I mixed the ziti into the sauce. I did a layer of the ziti sauce then the provolone, sour cream, the other half of the ziti sauce, the mozzarella and sprinkled the Parmesan on top. I covered it with foil and baked it for 30 minutes. I took it out and took the foil off then popped it back in the oven under the broiler on low to melt and brown the cheese a bit. I will definitely be making this again. It makes such a big dish it would be great for a family get together.

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Reviewed On: Feb. 27, 2015
Old Fashioned Apple Dumplings
Omg this recipe is amazing! I was a little nervous to try it but it was super easy and actually very fun to do! I did struggle with the crust part though. I've never really baked so I wasn't sure what the "pastry for a double crust pie" meant so I ended up buying some Pillsbury 2 pack crust. I tried using just one but that didn't work out so I ended up taking the second one out and using a cup to cut circles to go over the tops of the apples that didn't get covered with the first one. I was nervous about the sauce too because mine was super thin but trust me follow this recipe exactly because that sauce after it comes out the oven is divine (well even before it went it I was tasting it off the spoon...a couple times haha). I will definitely be keeping this recipe thank you so much for sharing!

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Reviewed On: Nov. 17, 2014
Chantal's New York Cheesecake
i was so excited to make this recipe for my husband who LOVES cheesecake, the creamier version. i'm 23, pretty much a beggining baker lol. i didnt realize how technical cheesecake was! my husband said i chose a very difficult recipe. but it turned out SO AMAZING!!! i will never buy another fake cheesecake :) i did look through the comments and used a few changes they mentioned. i let my cream chz reach room temp. before i started. i cut down the flour to 2 tbsp so it would be creamier. I did use a water bath but putting it in an oven bag didnt work the bottom still got lil wet. i added a sprinkle of nutmeg, cinniamon, and sugar to the crust mix. one thing i didn't know and no one mentioned it was to sift the flour into the batter mix. i ended up wit little clumps i had to break up. then before i put it in the oven i dropped it on the counter (a trick my granny taught me to get air bubbles out of cake batter) im not sure if that really made a difference or not. but i let it cook for 60 min without opening oven then i turned off oven and left it for 3 1/2 hours then put it in fridge. it turned out sooooo beautiful. i got my husband some strawberry filling in the can and he went to town on the cheesecake lol. he even told his uncle about it (husband gm of jerry js, uncle is the owner of the franchise) :D i will def. be making this for family reunion or christmas to share wit the family!

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Reviewed On: Jul. 22, 2013
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