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    Chef #767224

    Member since Feb 2008

    Chef #767224

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    Reviewed Pressure Cooker Beef Stew

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    Thursday, Dec 2, 2010 on Food.com
     |  (2 people found this helpful) |  18 Reviews  |  By MizzNezz
    LinMarie says:

    "I doubled the recipe, but cut back on the amount of potatoes so it would all fit in my electric pressure cooker. Fantastic!!!!! Hubby was amazed. The sauce/broth came out thick, brown and delicious.
    I used 1 inch thick sirloin tip steaks, tenderized first with a Jaccard Tenderizer, then cut into 1 inch cubes. I left made the veggie piece..."

    Reviewed Low Fat Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies

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    Friday, Mar 7, 2008 on Food.com
     |  38 Reviews  |  By swirlycinnacakes
    LinMarie says:

    "I was low on butter, so I found this recipe and it was awesome."

    Reviewed Better Than Chicken and Dumplings!

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    Friday, Mar 7, 2008 on Food.com
     |  (1 person found this helpful) |  76 Reviews  |  By Koechin (Chef)
    LinMarie says:

    "mmmm. Whole family ate it up. Instead of s.r. flour, I used 1 c. of all purpose flour .5 tsp. salt and 1.5 tsp of baking powder, and I let it "proof" after I mixed in the milk. It bubbled up nicely before I poured, and it cooked into cobbler-like dumplings. Self-rising flour goes bad quickly, so if yours doesn't proof, then it's not going to ma..."

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