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    Chef #356296

    Member since Sep 2006

    Chef #356296

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    Reviewed Easy Sour Cream Drop Biscuits

    Sunday, Sep 5, 2010 on
     |  5 Reviews  |  By DaniellaBella
    LinMarie says:

    "These were very good. The first biscuit recipe I've tried that didn't taste like chalk. I followed WhoDat's suggestion and added a tbsp of butter (melted) and added triple the salt. If I make these again I will follow the recipe's original salt measurements. The reviewer's call for triple salt was a little too much."

    Reviewed Peanut Butter Cookies

    Thursday, Nov 5, 2009 on
     |  121 Reviews  |  By Rachel Merrell
    LinMarie says:

    "Turned out exactly as promised. I would recommend underbaking the cookies. I pulled mine out at 9 minutes, let them rest on the cookie sheet for a minute, and they turned out perfect."

    Reviewed sea scallops

    Monday, Nov 24, 2008 on
     |  (1 person found this helpful) |  14 Reviews  |  By chia
    LinMarie says:

    "Very good and easy way to serve scallops, yet it looks impressive. Two things I would suggest. Start the scallops in a screaming hot pan to get a nice crusty sear on each side. Also, I just tossed a tea bag into the sauce (which I doubled) that way I didn't have to worry about the mess and the fuss of straining the sauce. Why work when you don't h..."


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