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    Member since Oct 2007

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    From Santa Fe, New Mexico

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    Reviewed The Best Pan-Fried Tofu

    Thursday, May 30, 2013 on Food.com

    Great recipe for crispy, nicely browned tofu. We cut it into smaller pieces after browning and put it in an Asian-style slaw."

    Reviewed Turkey Giblet Gravy

    Friday, Dec 7, 2012 on FoodNetwork.com

    I am an old pro with gravy and sauces. This Thanksgiving I made both my usual well-received gravy and this one. AB's giblet gravy won the taste test in my opinion. However, I made the grave mistake of telling people what it was and NO ONE tasted it but me. They wouldn't touch a drop of this delicious stuff. Next year I will not add the chopped up "

    Reviewed Roasted Brussels Sprouts

    Wednesday, May 18, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com

    A delicious and easy treatment for brussel sprouts. The roasting mellows the flavor. Even my brussel sprout hating guests ate these - not piles of them, but they were impressed. If you hate this vegetable, nothing is going to make them good. But, if you like them - this is the best way to make them. Cut them in half if they are big."

    Reviewed Roasted Brussels Sprouts

    Wednesday, May 18, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com

    A delicious and easy treatment for brussel sprouts. The roasting mellows the flavor. Even my brussel sprout hating guests ate these - not piles of them, but they were impressed. If you hate this vegetable, nothing is going to make them good. But, if you like them - this is the best way to make them. Cut them in half if they are big."


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