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Reviewed My "famous" Shredded Chicken
"You can easily shred chicken if you have a stand mixer (such as Kitchen Aid) by throwing cooked chicken in mixer and using paddle attachment until shredded as small as you'd like. No need for broth but I'm sure that would make it even more tender and delicious."
Jan 28, 2013 on Food.com
Reviewed Streamlined Chimichangas
"Great recipe! Delicious, easy, and inexpensive! A young/new cook could easily do this. Great one to teach older kids how to cook too! I used 1 cup Newman's Own medium salsa instead of the 3/4cup picante (the salsa isn't as liquidy). We might make them spicier next time for personal preference. We have two young children, one is super picky (age 4)...."
Dec 27, 2012 on Food.com
Reviewed Holiday Turkey
Nov 29, 2012 on Food.com
Reviewed Boursin Cheese (Homemade)
"We make this for family gatherings all the time. So much less expensive than buying the store bought type and it tastes exactly the same. If anything, it's tastier. Thank you!"
Nov 16, 2012 on Food.com
Reviewed Oatmeal Cooked in a Rice Cooker
"Last night I made rice in my rice cooker and I wondered about oatmeal. Thanks for the recipe! It worked perfectly! Last night I measured out the dry ingredients and this morning I only had to add water and turn the rice cooker on. I have a very simple rice cooker from Walmart ($20) which only has a toggle switch for cook/warm. It has always cooked ..."
Oct 23, 2012 on Food.com
Reviewed Best Homemade Mac-N-Cheese Ever
"We liked the garlic and mustard but overall it tasted like a kicked-up white sauce, not so much like a cheese sauce. It also made a huge amount of sauce for the amount of noodles. Next time I will reduce the amount of milk.
That said my picky 3yr old loved this so we will be making it again!"
Sep 20, 2012 on Food.com
"Very good! Easy to make, tasteful, even my picky eater (age 3yrs) ate it (hold the mushrooms for her, more for us!). I wish it made a bit more sauce but that is easily remedied next time I make it. Thank you!"
Aug 28, 2012 on Food.com
Reviewed Lentil and Brown Rice Soup
"I LOVE this recipe! I make it a few times a year!
FYI the nutrition information is listing a 2 cup serving! If you're counting calories you're probably eating a one cup serving and you can cut that calorie count in half!"
Apr 11, 2012 on Food.com
My husband and I have one child so far, a daughter who is a year old. We are about to make a big move from MN to MO. I'll be working full time and my husband will be a full time student going after his master's.
We live on a tight budget and I try to make meals that are inexpensive, healthy, and relatively easy without it tasting like it came out of a box!
I find cooking enjoyable and even relaxing but on a day to day bases I just need to get dinner on the table!
I love to cook Asian-inspired foods especially those using an Asian sauce on a simple meat and veggie dish. I would have to say that balsamic vinegar is one of my favorite ingredients to cook with!
I love cooking stove top but I'm also a pretty good baker. I try not to do much baking since they are typically dessert items.
I enjoy experimenting with new techniques and I enjoy decorating cakes although I am a novice!