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    Cheryl T-Z

    Member since Nov 2000

    Chef #3539

    From Seattle

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    Reviewed Zucchini Bread

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    Friday, Sep 20, 2002 on Food.com
     |  341 Reviews  |  By Sackville
    LinMarie says:

    Reviewed Cumin Potatoes

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    Thursday, Sep 12, 2002 on Food.com
     |  (7 people found this helpful) |  26 Reviews  |  By JustJanS
    LinMarie says:

    "Very yummy! "Plenty of salt" made it too salty for me, but served alongside a mild cream of vegetable soup they were perfect."

    Reviewed Uncle Bill's Broccoli Soup

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    Monday, Sep 9, 2002 on Food.com
     |  24 Reviews  |  By William (Uncle Bill) Anatooskin
    LinMarie says:

    "Very tasty!The cabbagey taste of the broccoli intensified a lot after refrigeration, so I added extra half and half, extra soy sauce, and some ground mustard."

    Reviewed Middle Eastern Macaroni 'N Garbanzos

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    Monday, Sep 9, 2002 on Food.com
     |  4 Reviews  |  By Manda
    LinMarie says:

    "Yummy, though the crushed tomatoes dominated the taste much more than I expected. I'd like to try this with a smaller can of diced tomatoes, rather than the larger can of crushed, so that the other flavors can shine -- I tripled the spices and the sauce still tasted more of tomatoes than I'd prefer."

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