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It's been quite a while since I've poked my head in here, but I have returned for advice!
The ladies in my family are obsessed with Downton Abbey, so we're eating a Downton inspired Christmas Day dinner. The time frame is 1914-1920.
The only thing I'm positive we are having is Crepes Suzette (a dish they specifically mention is the sh..."
Dec 15, 2012 on Food.com
Reviewed Lemon Herb Quinoa
"I love quinoa and I love it even more when it has lemon. For some reason, I found the amount of marjoram and thyme to be a bit overwhelming. I kept picking up a bitter flavor. This recipe is simple and healthy though, so I will tweak the spices and be making this again soon. Oh, my 2yo loved it and kept claiming it was rice and asked for more two o..."
Aug 11, 2012 on Food.com
Reviewed Yellow Squash Muffins
"What to do with an over abundance of beautiful summer squash from the garden? Make these muffins! I'll admit I was a little freaked out at first, but when I took the first bite my taste buds danced. Kinda reminded me of a corn muffin but softer and more moist. I followed the recipe exactly. Glad the applesauce substitution was made because I have e..."
Aug 11, 2012 on Food.com
Reviewed Greek Festival Lemon Rice Pilaf
"We love lemony rice around here and this recipe fit the bill. The directions for cooking were perfect. The only change I made was to add more lemon juice and zest from one lemon right before serving. I used Veggie Better Than Bullion and like another reviewer mentioned, it looked a little dirty because the broth is so dark. No matter, it was still ..."
Apr 1, 2012 on Food.com
Added Recipe Photo to Egyptian Fattet Salad (Layered Chickpea Salad)
I have been married to my amazing husband for 8 wonderful years. We added a baby boy to the mix in March '08 with another just added March '10. We have two adorable rescue dogs, a chihuahua/min pin mix and a yorkie/westie mix. I have been an ovo-lacto vegetarian for 14 years.
After moving to our fourth state in a year, we have finally settled in Texas. I don't know how I like all the rain and the human-sized bugs, but we really enjoy the area we have chosen to live in. Being a vegetarian in this part of the country is HARD. No one quite gets it.
I love testing my zaar recipes on DH. When he loves something he exclaims, "Where did you get this recipe?!?" and of course, my answer is always the same.
My ratings system:
I would glady serve this to guests, or make it and secretly eat it all by myself.
Great recipe. Liked enough to print out and place in my permanent cookbook.
Recipe not quite for me, but others might like it. Could be more to my liking with a few modifications.
Didn't like. Possible ingredient errors in recipe. Probably wouldn't use again.
Really didn't like. Would never use again.
If I review any recipes containing meat, it is a recipe I prepared and DH reviewed.
Little Italy, San Diego
I love Thai, Chinese, Indian and Greek food.
I recently found massaman curry paste, which enables me to make my absolute favorite food: massaman curry with tofu, carrot, potatoes, and peanuts. Oh my, it is so tasty!
I also love falafel, DH's homemade pizza, grilled cheese and fries, and tofu.
Onions in any form are the devil.