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    Shelly (Goodman) Wright

    Member since Jun 2004

    Chef #147727

    From Colorado Springs

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    Reviewed Rainforest Cafe Rasta Pasta for Two or Three

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    Friday, Jul 16, 2004 on Food.com
     |  40 Reviews  |  By Dib's
    LinMarie says:

    "This was a wonderful dish!! I didn't have any spinach on hand, but I don't feel that I really missed it. I will be making this again."

    Reviewed Best Ever Chicken and Dumplings

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    Friday, Jul 16, 2004 on Food.com
     |  16 Reviews  |  By chelgilm
    LinMarie says:

    "This was a delicious recipe!! I made it a little simpler and it was still wonderful. I boiled chicken breasts (with bones, onions, celery)for a couple of hours until the meat started to fall off. Took out the breasts, shredded the meat (I boiled more than I needed for chicken enchaladas for the next day)added in the carrots and let it cook unti..."

    Reviewed Szechuan Beef or Deer

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    Tuesday, Jun 29, 2004 on Food.com
     |  4 Reviews  |  By mmlwjr
    LinMarie says:

    "This recipe was really good. I added pepper flakes and used less oil (I used olive oil). My husband said it tasted more like Mongolian Beef than Szechan Beef, but likes both anyway. Thanks for the recipe, it's a keeper!!"

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