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    Chef #369415

    Member since Oct 2006

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    Reviewed Special Green Bean Casserole

    Wednesday, Nov 22, 2006 on
     |  64 Reviews  |  By Divinemom5
    LinMarie says:

    "I think this recipe must be calling for two of those giant cans of green beans. When I make this, I use the same ingredients listed, but I use 6 (normal-size) cans of french style green beans. We also put the swiss cheese on top instead of mixed in and then add the crushed corn flakes (mixed with 2 tbl. unsalted butter.) I also suggest using unsal..."

    Reviewed Dove Breasts and Wild Rice Casserole

    Monday, Nov 6, 2006 on
     |  1 Reviews  |  By Iowahorse
    LinMarie says:

    "The rice tasted wonderful. I used seasoned wild rice instead of plain. However, the dove (as they usually are) were a little bland. I am still searching for a great dove recipe that doesn't involve bacon. Tip for all of you wild game chefs: Soak dove or quail overnight in milk to tenderize and take away gamey taste!"

    Reviewed Ben's Texas Quail

    Monday, Nov 6, 2006 on
     |  2 Reviews  |  By Benpw
    LinMarie says:

    "We have a ranch in West Texas and it's very difficult to find edible quail recipes that don't involve smothering the quail in bacon. The quail came out perfectly cooked and not dry. This recipe (exactly as is) was the easiest and best I have come across. It was also the favorite of my guests out of the four recipes I tried and it was by far the ea..."

    Reviewed Scallops in Saffron Sauce

    Tuesday, Oct 24, 2006 on
     |  3 Reviews  |  By Genevieve #2
    LinMarie says:

    "I practiced this recipe once and then used it for a dinner party as an large scallop per person. Everyone raved over the recipe. I just wish I had put bread out for the sauce. It is really unbelievably good! Some guests used it on top on the main course tenderloin and it was delicious.I found the fish stock at Whole Foods."


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