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Houston, Texas (Eastwood Neighborhood
I love to eat, so I taught myself to cook in my early 20s, back in the 1970s.
Houston, Texas (Eastwood Neighborhood
Joined: Oct 12, 2005
Birthday: Mar 01
"Borracho beans are like King Ranch casserole, spaghetti sauce, chili or beef stew. There as many versions of these beloved standards as there are cooks! I really loved this version and the addition of the Rotel tomatoes is a great shortcut, and made these beans very flavorful and tasty. This Texan much prefers some tomato in the beans to keep them..."
9 days ago on Food.com
"Very, very good! I've been making this recipe (from another source for years. And I had to trade my pumpkin bread recipe to a local chef to get it! It's really good on pumpkin, banana or sweet potato bread. It's a staple in my kitchen now."
Apr 28, 2010 on Food.com
"My mom used to make this too, back in the 1960s. She added canned corn, and we called it goulash. (It was years before I found out it isn't true goulash. I use broth instead of water, and I usually need to double the recipe because I just can't quit filling my bowl! This is great comfort food."
Apr 8, 2010 on Food.com
"Do yourself a huge favor and double or triple this recipe and freeze a portion for a rainy day. This is an amazingly, unbelievably, stupendously good dish."
Nov 24, 2009 on Food.com
"This tasted awesome. I used three pounds of eggplant and basically doubled everything else. I don't like green bell pepper so I used red bells and completely omitted the cheese. Also, I skipped the soaking part because I tasted my raw eggplant after I cut it up, and it was sweet, not bitter. (They have bred the bitterness out of eggplants since th..."
Oct 27, 2009 on Food.com
"This is really, really good. As with most great recipes, you can adjust the ingredients "to taste" and still turn out a wonderful dish. I added hot chile pepper flakes and left out the sugar. I ate this sauce over a bed of stir-fry vegetables, grilled chicken and spaghetti noodles - sort of a Thai style lo main - and it was yummy. Thanks! This one..."
Jul 28, 2008 on Food.com
"Okay, I won't repeat the raves. Just want to say I took LIBERTIES with this recipe; an extra egg, 3 lbs. of hamburger meat, canned condensed milk, added shredded onion (Rachel Ray's trick, and Italian sausage seasoning, and THEY STILL TURNED OUT FABULOUS. Best I ever made. I made them big to freeze. These are the tender meatballs that upscale Ita..."
May 23, 2007 on Food.com
"Not sure this receipe needs more accolades, but I tried it this weekend and it's a genuine keeper. Been looking for a tasty all-purpose stir-fry sauce and used it with chicken and veggies. Thickened it a bit with cornstarch. It was excellent! Thanks, LinMarie."
Nov 27, 2006 on Food.com
"I looked for a wine/cranberry sauce after having been served some at a charity luncheon put on by Houston top chefs. I found this recipe and I knew it would be similar to what I had already tasted. I used a cheap leftover sweet red wine I had forgotten in the refrigerator and used a little less sugar. It turned out PERFECT."
Nov 20, 2006 on Food.com
"Okay, I delayed using this recipe because I didn't have chicken thighs. And I really dislike the meat marinated-in-italian-dressing thing. I eventually used this recipe with boneless, skinless chicken breasts, and the flavor was great! Not an overpowering taste as with italian dressing, but a really nice, complex flavor. This recipe is a real keep..."
Aug 30, 2006 on Food.com