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Living In: Georgetown, Delaware, USA
Member Since: Oct. 2002
Cooking Level: Intermediate
Cooking Interests: Baking, Slow Cooking, Southern, Dessert, Quick & Easy
Hobbies: Scrapbooking, Quilting, Walking, Charity Work
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About this Cook
I have lived in Delaware almost all of my life and myhusband is the man of my dreams. I have started cooking as much as I do about 9 yrs ago with his tastes in mind. Now I continue to be adventurous and try new things regularly.
My favorite things to cook
I mainly cook easy to prepare hings that take less than an hour overall. Comfort food. I try not to cook things that don't seem all that healthy and I rarely cook gourmet b/c the ingredients are expensive considering and I usually just need it for that one recipe. So I skip it.
My favorite family cooking traditions
Make cooking time faster by pre cooking things or by putting the recipe in a larger pan - except when it's going to make the recipe unproportioned.
My cooking triumphs
Making a german chocolate cake from scratch. It was the hardest longest process I've ever gone through baking. Then hubby said the box stuff was better LOL!
My cooking tragedies
Making chicken broccoli roll ups and not pre cooking the chicken.
Recipe Reviews 13 reviews
Cheesy Ranch Chex(R) Mix
I love this mix! Great stater recipe to teach my 9 yo cooking. I half the ranch mix because it's too salty for us as written. Hence the 4*'s. We also omit the parm out of taste preference. We use generic chex and what ever grain (corn, wheat, etc) we have on hand. There are partial boxes left that do not equate to a whole recipe worth, so we need another box to make more after the initial batch. No problem considering we like it ;)

11 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jan. 1, 2010
Baked Ziti I
It was good as a recipe but like all recipes you add what you like to make it supurb. I gave it 5 starts because it fits the bill for taste, practicality, cost, and it's a great base recipe to experiment with. I layered the noodles, provolone slices (they were cheaper, then used the mozerella and 1/2C sour cream (which I mixed together). SoI had minimal rotating and it was like well mixed lasagna :0) And I find it easier than lasagna. Used ricotta instead of sour cream 2nd time and was still good.

0 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Mar. 5, 2008
To Die For Blueberry Muffins
I made some with applesauce and some with canola oil. I'd rather use the oil rather than have the 9g of sugar per serv that applesauce adds. To me there's 2 differnt sugar "tastes" there. But the applesauce ones seemed to be a little taller. My guys didn't notice. Used a little more than a C of bb per batch. 1 pt equals nicely to a double batch. Lowered the baking temp and ws 18 minutes in regular sized non-stick muffin pans. Have fun! These are good and go quicker after the 1st time.

0 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Aug. 10, 2007
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