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Cynthia Clark


Cynthia Clark
 
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Member Since: Dec. 2004
Cooking Level: Intermediate
Cooking Interests: Asian, Italian, Mediterranean, Healthy
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About this Cook
My favorite things to cook
I love to cook anything Italian, especially yummy lasagna. Some of my favorite recipes are tomato curry chicken, roasted rosemary chicken breasts and vegetables, chicken enchiladas, grilled flank steak, pop-overs...too many to list!!!
My favorite family cooking traditions
Just being in the kitchen with my Mom and Sister, cooking…anything! Now that I have a daughter and two nieces , I look forward to the kitchen getting fuller :o)
My cooking triumphs
Anytime I’m able to take a recipe and make it my own! I especially like it when I can tweak it to make it healthier, and still taste great! I’ve been able to do that with meatballs, chocolate chip cookies, and many of my favorite Mexican and Italian dishes.
My cooking tragedies
Anything fish. I haven’t really cooked very much fish, and for whatever reason, it intimidates me. I would love to get some great and easy fish recipes to start with and work my way up from there.
Recipe Reviews 18 reviews
Banana Crumb Muffins
LOVED THEM! I read a lot of the reviews, and here were my modifications. 1/3 C Canola oil instead of butter; add 1 tsp cinnamon to flour mixture and 1 tsp vanilla to banana mixture. Sub 1/2 C brown sugar and 1/4 C white sugar for sugar. Increase cinnamon in topping from 1/8 tsp to 1/2 tsp. Came out AMAZING! Everyone ate them up. Thanks for a great recipe!

3 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jun. 10, 2008
Brigadeiro
My family has been making "Brigadeiro" forever! Always a hit at birthday parties. The trick is to use Nestle Quick powder. It melts smoothly and adds the perfect amount of sweetness (a bit like a tootsie roll). Also, when you take out of the pan, cool on a glass plate and just pull and form into balls from there. I roll them into a ball, then in chocolate sprinkles and place into miniture wrappers (like tiny cupcake/muffin liners) then guests can pick one up and pop into their mouths!

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jun. 1, 2008
Aimee's Quick Chicken
I was looking for something different to try chicken breasts and came across this recipe. At first I was skeptical with the list of ingredients, but after reading all of the great comments I thought I’d give it a try – I’m glad I did. The only thing you really need to measure is the teriyaki, but the rest is really to taste. Enough mustard to coat, as much or little bacon as you like and a sprinkle of cheese! Don’t add salt to the chicken; the teriyaki and parm have plenty. Thanks for the quick and tasty recipe!

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Reviewed On: Mar. 24, 2008
 
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