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    Member since Apr 2006

    Chef #310173

    From Bellevue, Washington

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    Reviewed Homemade Creme Fraiche

    Friday, Jan 4, 2008 on
     |  6 Reviews  |  By Barb Gertz
    LinMarie says:

    "This is the classic, and how I've made it living in many different countries. It's a key ingredient in the traditional Danish potato salad, much better tasting than sour cream or yoghurt, and perfect for picnic food."

    Reviewed The Roast Beef Po'boy (And How to Make Any Po'boy)

    Friday, Jan 4, 2008 on
     |  6 Reviews  |  By Angela Dawn
    LinMarie says:

    "This is IT! I'd never been able to duplicate a Poboy from the French Quarter, roast beef and sausage, taken on a picnic one day. Most recipes call for seafood. The mayo tastes good spiffed up a little with roasted garlic and diced green onion."

    Reviewed Frikadellar

    Tuesday, Apr 11, 2006 on
     |  (3 people found this helpful) |  5 Reviews  |  By Shirl (J) 831
    LinMarie says:

    "To this excellent basic recipe I add a smitch of allspice (Die Tre Krydderier) and nutmeg to enhance the flavor. Fine crumbs can be substituted for flour. The meat mixture should be very soft to shape but firm enough between two tablespoons to form the ovals.Boiled new red potatoes with parsley and butter are a perfect side dish, or Danish pot..."


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