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Morowyn


Morowyn
 
Home Town: Granby, Missouri, USA
Living In: Neosho, Missouri, USA
Member Since: Mar. 2013
Cooking Level: Beginning
Cooking Interests: Frying, Stir Frying, Asian, Mexican, Vegetarian, Quick & Easy
Hobbies: Hiking/Camping, Walking, Reading Books, Music, Painting/Drawing, Charity Work
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    By: Michelle Chen
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About this Cook
I'm just a small-town girl. I'm a full-time college student, and I live with a vegetarian. Some would consider me a vegetarian, as I only eat chicken, but it is only because I don't like red meat. I am just trying to find meals that the both of us can eat.
My favorite things to cook
Honestly? I absolutely hate cooking. But I find a lot of recipes here that my vegetarian and I can enjoy.
My favorite family cooking traditions
My mother makes a pecan pie at every holiday.
My cooking triumphs
I burned water once...
My cooking tragedies
Getting a 3rd degree burn on the toaster oven...
Recipe Reviews 3 reviews
Korean Egg Roll Triangles
This is DELICIOUS! Definitely one I am going to save for good. We did, however, make some moderate changes. Instead of firm tofu, we used "meatless griller strips", i.e. fake chicken strips. We cooked those up first and chopped them up into small pieces. We also used 6 oz. of noodles instead of 4. Also, we used olive oil and 1/4 of red cabbage and 1/4 of green cabbage. I will admit, I would probably cut this recipe in half. It is just my boyfriend and I and this was waaayyy too much. It would be good if you are planning to make something for an office potluck or something social like that.

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Reviewed On: May 16, 2013
Toad In a Hole
My mother used to make this for me all the time as a kid. We never had a name for them, but they were always a great addition to the breakfast table. We also used the fun-shaped cookie cutters, like Christmas trees in the winter time, hearts in February, etc.

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Reviewed On: Mar. 29, 2013
Irish Eggs
Growing up poor, we had a very similar recipe. We would go out to the garden, grab some veggies, go to the chicken house, grab some eggs, and throw them together. At the time, bratwurst was inexpensive, so my mother would fry some of that up with the veggies. Then she'd crack the eggs in, mix it up, and then let it cook. Mom called it "scuttlebutt" to amuse us kids. :)

2 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Mar. 29, 2013
 
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