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    Member since Jul 2004

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    From league city, Texas

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    Reviewed Romano's Macaroni Grill Rosemary Bread

    Thursday, Nov 25, 2010 on
     |  262 Reviews  |  By Hunter
    LinMarie says:

    "Excellent! Made this for the first time 2 wks ago and, because there were two loaves, I intended to freeze one. Made the Carraba's olive oil dip. Snacked. Ate up the whole two loaves and that was dinner enough, what with some Pinot Grigio. A real keeper!"

    Reviewed Traditional Hungarian Beef Goulash Stew

    Thursday, May 27, 2010 on
     |  1 Reviews  |  By limecat
    LinMarie says:

    "Well done. The additional milk or cream makes the slaw creamier then otherwise, and the sugar takes the edge off the vinegar. I might suggest using rice vinegar or white wine vinegar, or maybe sherry or tokay vinegar, but that's a quibble. For balance, one might want to avoid vidalia or other sweet onions and go with white, or "spring onions" (in ..."

    Reviewed Bemaw's Goulash

    Thursday, May 27, 2010 on
     |  3 Reviews  |  By NCSouthernBelle
    LinMarie says:

    "This dish would probably taste OK, but it should not be tagged "Hungarian", as it is no more Hungarian than Haggis. Hamburger? No. Macaroni? No. This is an Americanization of a German/Austrian/Czech take on the genuine dish, by way of England (Worcestershire, for Heaven's sake!). Still, for what it is, I would eat it and enjoy it. Please retag it,..."


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