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Reviewed Apple Pie Crescent Rolls
"Very yummy! Made just as stated. Topped with a tiny bit of the leftover sugar mixture and a simple white glaze (confectioners sugar and heavy cream). My fianc"
Apr 14, 2013 on Food.com
Reviewed Heavenly Hash
"Growing up, my grandma used to bring this to every holiday dinner and we loved it! She passed on about 10 years ago and this recipe was lost. I recently found her old cookbooks and was happy to find the recipe here. Thanks so much for posting this! Brings back lots of happy memories!"
Feb 25, 2013 on Food.com
Reviewed Egg Salad Sandwiches
"Best. Egg Salad. Ever.
I love egg salad in general, but usually find that most is either too heavy in mustard or onion. This is neither. It's perfect. Sublime. The butter is the piece de resistance. Seasonings are exceptional! I added green onion and celery to mine. Thanks so much for posting this :)"
Oct 21, 2012 on Food.com
Reviewed Pumpkin Butter (Crock Pot)
"Cooked on low for 10 hours, ran my hand mixer through it to puree everything - perfect!"
Oct 13, 2012 on Food.com
"Incredibly delish is right! Super simple and taaaaaaaasty! I added a little parsley to the mix and devoured. Thanks for posting!"
Sep 29, 2012 on Food.com
Reviewed Oatmeal Raisin Cookies
"These are the perfect oatmeal raisin cookies. Sublime in every sense of the word. Have made these quite a few times and the results have been perfect each time. Very easy. Ships well too :) Made these for my sweetheart when we were first dating. He fell in love with me AND these cookies :)"
Sep 29, 2012 on Food.com
I love to cook, I love to eat and I'm always hungry for something new and exciting! We travel a lot and I enjoy baking and cooking for friends ands family.
My husband and I have a hard and fast rule in our house: I don't BBQ and he doesn't bake. Period. Seriously, I walked into the kitchen once to find him baking cookies for me. Now, while the thought was insanely sweet, the actions that I witnessed both scared me and shook my very foundation. Somewhere along the recipe, he left out and/or forgot an ingredient. He didnt "drop" or "roll" or "form" the cookies onto a cookie sheet, he smeared them, as if he were wiping his hand on a towel. And? They baked that way. That wasn't the worst of it. When I walked into the kitchen, he was taking the 'smeared biscuit cookies' straight from the oven into the cookie jar. There was no cooling period, nothing. Straight. Into. The. Cookie. Jar. When I protested and tried to reason with him, he insisted that they did not need to be cooled. *Sigh* Needless to say, the dogs would not eat the 'biscuit cookies', but my best friend tried them. Out of morbid curiosity.
Now, I've never had a BBQ experience anything remotely like my husband's baking 'skills', but I had to make that agreement with him to keep him from baking again :)
I love Chinese, Mexican, German, Creole, the list goes on! It would be easier to make a list of food that I DON'T like :)
Sweets are my weakness, I love to make them and love to eat them too :)