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"Didn't change a thing. Very good with the lemon shining through. Our chicken only took about 30 minutes total. I would make this again. Very easy to throw together. Good week day meal."
Jan 9, 2013 on Food.com
Reviewed Swiss Steak
"Way too much liquid in this dish. Really didn't care for it at all. The meat was drowning in liquid. I would leave out the water next time. This is nothing like the swiss steak I grew up on."
Apr 14, 2012 on FoodNetwork.com
Reviewed Perfect Pot Roast
"This was the perfect pot roast. I put a 3 1/2 pound pound pot roast in a 250 degree oven before church (I needed more cooking time). It took 4 hours and was ready to take out of the oven when we got home. I removed the meat and veggies from the pan and covered with foil to keep warm while I made my potatoes and made the gravy. I served it with cou""
Apr 1, 2012 on FoodNetwork.com
Reviewed Ham Bone Vegetable Soup 1967
"I cut this recipe in half and it still made a lot of soup. I made as is with the exception of adding tomato sauce along with the canned tomatoes because I like my soup to have more of a tomato base. I used seasoned salt instead of regular salt and did not use the optional sugar in the recipe. I really like this soup. It had a lot of flavor. I would..."
Jun 18, 2011 on Food.com
Reviewed Mincemeat Bar Cookies for Coolmonday
"Although these were very easy to make, I didn't care for how the top crust turned out. The top crust was very ..."
Apr 22, 2011 on Food.com
"I really enjoyed this soup. I substituted evaporated fat free milk for the half and half with good results. Th..."
Feb 14, 2011 on Food.com
I live just outside of Chicago with my Husband of 35yrs. I am a grandma of five and work as a dental receptionist. Baking is my passion and bake every week. I have over 150 cookbooks and my favorite is Pillsbury's "The Complete Book of "Bakeing". I love to relax with a new cookbook,but usually go to the internet when I looking for a specific type of recipe and I'm in a hurry.
I love Southern cooking. I would prefer to bake than to cook. My husband does most the cooking, but I do all the baking and I'm best know for my cinnamon rolls. When eating out my husband and I lean toward Polish or German cooking,which we grew up on and rarely make. We both learned to can from our mothers and still can today. People love our Salsa even though we cheat and us "Mrs. Wage's Salsa Mix". The entire line of Mrs. Wage's is wonderful!