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Reviewed Baked Salmon With Herbed Mayonnaise
"I had been looking for a baked salmon recipe that used mayonnaise, as I had tasted some packet-grilled salmon prepared this way, and it was delicious. I adjusted the ingredients, simply because I had only about 1 pound of salmon. I added 1 tbsp. of honey mustard to the mayo mixture. 450F seemed a bit high for the baking, so I checked with my profes..."
Aug 31, 2012 on Food.com
Reviewed Chicken and Broccoli Quiche
"So simple and delicious! I will admit I did change a few ingredients around. My family likes quiche with lots of vegetables and meat, so I doubled the amounts of chicken and broccoli, and I used green onions. I reduced the eggs to three, and used 1 1/2 cups of whipping cream (didn't have half and half). I reduced the salt to 1/2 tsp., and added 1/2..."
Aug 24, 2012 on Food.com
Reviewed Ugly Duckling Pudding Cake
"This recipe is very easy to prepare! I needed to serve a dessert with items I had in the pantry, and this filled the bill. I did have a similar recipe from many years ago, but I prefer this one. I used a lemon cake mix, as this is what I had on hand---it made the cake even richer. I also used brown sugar instead of granulated (white). My family gav..."
Jul 30, 2012 on Food.com
Reviewed Peanut Butter and Jelly Brownies
"These were really a hit with my family! I made them yesterday afternoon, and now there is only one left. The only change I made to the recipe was to use mini semi-sweet chocolate chips. A "keeper" recipe!"
Jun 21, 2012 on Food.com
Reviewed Delicious Banana Bread
"I didn't realize how long I have been using this recipe---9 years! Moist, very flavorful, very easy to prepare. The entire loaf I made last week was gone in less than a day! I use mini-semi-sweet chocolate chips. I suppose nuts could be added as well, but the bread is a hit without them. Do try this recipe!"
May 31, 2012 on Food.com
Reviewed Banana Banana Nut Bread
"Very tasty, moist bread! I think that the only change I'll make the next time I prepare this is to leave out the cinnamon---this is NOT a criticism, just personal preference. I actually love cinnamon, I just prefer banana bread without it."
May 31, 2012 on Food.com
I live in southern California, about 14 miles from the Pacific Ocean. I'm a retired (early) nurse. I am also a clergy person.
I enjoy traveling, but haven't had the time for much, and my latest craft/project is restoring old lamps. My husband makes the rounds at thrift shops for "used and abused" lamps, and challenges me to "revive" them. He has found some "doozies", but I've yet to find one I couldn't reclaim.
I am married for 30 years, have five children and four grandchildren, a Pekingese, three Chihuahuas and three cats.
I enjoy gardening, and even in the tiny back yard of my town house, I manage to grow tomatoes and green beans each year, along with as many flowering plants as I can squeeze into the limited space. I enjoy cooking for people and sharing recipes. My all-time favorite cookbook is Betty Crocker's Cookie Book. It is a classic!
If I had a month off and money to burn, I'd spend the time in San Francisco---my favorite city. I've definitely "left my heart" there!
I'd be hard-pressed to name a particular favorite dish that I cook---half the fun is in testing new recipes with family and friends. Texas Sheet Cake has to be in the Top Ten, along with a big pot of Chicken Tortilla Soup amd Tamale Casserole. I'm known in my family for preparing a dish that you either love or hate---Sloop (aka California Casserole). My family is divided on this recipe, but that means all the more for those of us who enjoy it (lol). I found the recipe, years ago in the local newspaper.Perhaps you know "Sloop" by another name---the recipe contains frozen mixed vegetables, stewed tomatoes, ground beef and elbow pasta.
My favorite cuisine is Thai, and Thai Nakorn Restaurant is locally the best.I have only tried making a few Thai recipes----I prefer to leave that for the experts (lol).