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Reviewed Chicken Breasts Diane
"Good recipe. I used seasoned salt. Sauce a little to thin for us. Very easy and quick."
Jun 19, 2011 on Food.com
Reviewed Jen's Chili
"Rich and tasty! I used stew meat. Thanks so much for sharing."
Jun 18, 2011 on Food.com
"I added some seasoned salt. Easy and so good! Mmmmm"
Jun 17, 2011 on Food.com
"This turned out perfect! The seasoning is Perfect! YUM YUM"
Apr 26, 2011 on Food.com
"This was good. Very easy to make. I added anchovy paste & some pesto sauce. We enjoyed this--thanks!"
Apr 10, 2011 on Food.com
Reviewed Crock Pot Rigatoni
"This was pretty good. We weren't impressed with the leftovers--consistancy changed and not as good. Thanks Ro..."
Mar 12, 2011 on Food.com
Reviewed Steaks With Blue Cheese Butter
"This made for a really yummy meal! I kept scrapeing the topping off the steak to eat by itself it was that go..."
Feb 24, 2011 on Food.com
Reviewed Oatmeal Scotchies
"Wow! I enjoyed these cookies too much. I made them for my grandkids but I couldn't keep my hand out of the c..."
Feb 10, 2011 on Food.com
Reviewed Annie's Fabulous Beef Stroganoff
"This is the best stroganoff I've ever had in my entire life and I'm not exagerrating! Had none left. Thanks ..."
Dec 1, 2010 on Food.com
Hi, My name is Donna. I live in Black Forest, just north of Colorado Springs with my husband, Jim (an engineer) and Ripley (Bichon Frisee) and Bogey (miniature Aussie). We love it here--we see lots of deer, sometimes a bear, cayotes, foxes, racoons, and squirrels.
We have a huge pond on the property. The mallards are here now and they have babies every year.
I was a buyer of electronics for the aircraft and medical industries for 26 years. I guess I'm semi-retired; I work occasionally when something comes up. My last job was in a bank. When that branch closed I quit and have been looking for something to do since then, either a job or volunteer work.
Our daughter is grown and we have two grandkids, one girl and one boy. They call me Grammy Donna.
I love to paint (watercolors), read, cook, scuba dive, garden and travel. Our favorite scuba destination is Cozumel and we go whenever we can. I would love to dive the Great Barrier Reef someday.
My husband loves my cooking and always asks that I cook enough for leftovers for lunch. Once at a work gathering one of his co-workers came up to me and said "Jim's lunches are the envy of everybody here".
My mother would never let me cook, so the minute I moved away cooking became my passion. As a teen I copied recipes out of her magazines, saving them for when I was on my own. I love planning menus for the week and try to make our meals interesting and varied.
Living at an altitude of 7,500 feet makes baking difficult, even using the high altitude adjustments. Also, I love to garden, but the growing season is only three months if we're lucky. I have seen it snow after Memorial Day here.
My pet peeve is people who think they are better than eveyone else and people that tailgate me when driving. Also reviews that state that they made a recipe but added this and changed that and say that "this way it's better" Why don't they just post their own recipe?
I do not give bad ratings. This is supposed to be a friendly community and there is no reason to hurt someone's feelings. I have been cooking long enough to tell by reading a recipe whether we'll like it or not.
I love southern comfort foods, potatoes, and am a total carnivore. I could just eat meat three times a day and be happy. We have been cutting back on the beef lately and eating more chicken and fish.
We rarely go out to dinner. It's too much trouble because going into town is so far from here that it's not worth it. Also whenever we do, no matter what we order, Jim always says "your's is better".