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Home Town: Wilm/And Rehoboth, Delaware, USA
Living In: Wilmington, Delaware, USA
Member Since: Jul. 2013
Cooking Level: Expert
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Recipe Reviews 4 reviews
Creamed Eggs on Toast
my only problem with the recipe is the chick bullion.... your basically making a rue. I would just use chicken stock and milk to make the rue, but I like the premise of this recipe and it sounds good.

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Reviewed On: Feb. 22, 2014
Greek Lentil Soup (Fakes)
I make lentil soup all the time and really liked this version for when I don't want the meat. Also, Ive never thought to par cook the lentils but makes sense. I would never omit the evoo or the vinegar at the end for its the Ying/Yang that rounds out the dish. Parmesan, or romana would also be an option to finish with since there is no meat. Also this recipe could be started with rendering some pork fat for richness. The only problem I have with this recipe would be that I would fry my paste with those vegetables, never just add raw paste to a pot of liquid. I'm Italian and we always fry our paste to bring out the sweetness and get rid od the raw taste.

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Reviewed On: Dec. 12, 2013
Southern Pimento Cheese
thanks for supplying your recipe. Yes I tweaked this recipe a bit, but I almost ate the whole bowl so it worked. first off if you use the whipped cream cheese than you don't have to wait for room temp block and you can make the spread using a fork to mix. Also pimentos that come in a jar don't have much flavor so if you like it sweet then add your favorite sweet relish . I used the red Thai chili sauce that all supermarkets have. it comes in a bottle and has diced red chilis and garlic. its sweet from the rice vinegar. In stead of fresh jalapeƱo, I used my favorite pickled diced hot peppers from the jar. Salt and pepper are important and I used onion powder and cayenne. it all worded well and I used mayo and sharp cheddar and just eyeballed what I wanted. Can't stress how well the whipped cream cheese was for texture here. Merry Christmas, and happy holidays to all.

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Reviewed On: Dec. 12, 2013
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