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    Cheftesss

    Member since Apr 2007

    Chef #486029

    From United States

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    7 Reviews

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    Reviewed Carne Asada (Gerardo's Baja Grill, California)

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    Monday, Jan 30, 2012 on Food.com
     |  4 Reviews  |  By Londonsbk
    LinMarie says:

    "Oh yummy! I must confess I used chicken breast ...so no longer carne asada but the marinade was perfect!! I just used strips of chicken and placed foil on the grill. Served in soft flour tortillas w/ all the family faves...sour cream, avocado, diced white onion and no one touched the salsa because it was just that good! Thanks!"

    Reviewed Turkey and Dressing Soup (Use up Those Leftovers Soup)

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    Saturday, Nov 28, 2009 on Food.com
     |  17 Reviews  |  By Pot Scrubber
    LinMarie says:

    "How clever! Love the keep it simple directions...made as you posted....great! Then notied that bowl of leftover green beans, tossed in a few scoops of mashed potatoes and what the heck, a heap of gravy. Beyond fanyummytastic! Thanks for this concept!!"

    Reviewed Poverty Meal

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    Sunday, Oct 11, 2009 on Food.com
     |  486 Reviews  |  By Malriah
    LinMarie says:

    "My mom made this all the time! I looked at the chef's name to see if we were related :) I add small diced bell pepper just as the meat is browning also use a good name brand ground turkey..1/2 pound regular and 1/2 pound Italian seasoned. You can add red sauce , about a cup for a little extra taste. If your family likes white pepper a few shakes m..."

    Reviewed Your Kids Time out Lunch

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    Friday, Sep 18, 2009 on Food.com
     |  (1 person found this helpful) |  222 Reviews  |  By Blayke Humphrey
    LinMarie says:

    "Lucky Wife...you are so funny! I thought the picture was interesting and am laughing hysterically while my family wonders what recipe can be so entertaining! Congrats on the new bundle of joy!"

    Reviewed Grilled Lobster

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    Tuesday, Jan 27, 2009 on Food.com
     |  7 Reviews  |  By Mille®
    LinMarie says:

    "There is no need to cook lobsters live. Simply use a sharp knife and insert it swiftly and carefully into the lobster head, in the back behind the eyes. This will peirce the brain, killing the lobster instantly. Many fine restaurants prep in this way in order to avoid problems of cruelty"

    Reviewed Vegas Style Mac 'n' Cheese With Grilled Lobster

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    Friday, Dec 26, 2008 on Food.com
     |  (1 person found this helpful) |  2 Reviews  |  By Scarlett516
    LinMarie says:

    "I am a chef, and found this recipe very confusing. It calls for live lobster, yet gives no killing, cleaning or clear prep instructions. Parts of lobster need to be removed and other parts cleaned or your entire dish will taste like fish roe. Also the multitude of ingedients are overwhelming. Hate to think of someone trying to entertain, after spe..."

    Reviewed Easy Turkey in a Paper Bag

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    Wednesday, Nov 12, 2008 on Food.com
     |  (1 person found this helpful) |  7 Reviews  |  By Not-2-Sweet
    LinMarie says:

    "Easy and less stress for the "new" turkey maker! I have done the" in the bag turkey" for years. Use spray oil on the bag, easier. Also, cook at 225* overnight, you don't have the bag on fire fear as with the 500* oven. If you don't like to stuff your bird, placind hunks of apple, onion and celery inside cavity makes great flavor,whole cloves of ga..."

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