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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
Reviewed Best Albondigas Soup
"I always order this soup when at restaurants, but have never attempted to make it at home. Until tonight. BF had never even heard of it before, but loved it! This is spot on what albondigas should taste like. And super easy too! Thanks for sharing, will be making this often!"
Sep 22, 2012 on Food.com
"YUM! I've made this a few times, especially around this time of year :) I've made it both as written and subbing Splenda for the sugar. Regular graham crust and gingersnap crust. Came out beautifully both times. Recently, made this for my BF who had never had a pumpkin cheesecake. That's right, never had a pumpking cheesecake and he loved it. ..."
Sep 22, 2012 on Food.com
Reviewed Texas Pinto Beans
"I added a little cumin to mine and cooked for about 5 hours in the crockpot. Fried the bacon and then tossed it in. So good and gone in a flash!! Thanks for the recipe!"
Aug 27, 2012 on Food.com
Reviewed Zucchini Cupcakes
"Made a cake instead of cupcakes for this (only because at the last minute realized I was out of liners LOL). Gave it to my BF to take to work and told him *not* to tell them it had zucchini in it (they snub their noses if it does). He said they wolfed it down and then he told them! High compliments, this was very tasty!! :)"
Jul 20, 2012 on Food.com
Reviewed Sinful Red Velvet Cookies
"So easy and so yummy!! No frosting required, these came out beautifully! I did, however, use the bottom of a glass to press them a little - more round, pretty, uniform look :) (presentation is EVERYTHING!).
Thanks for posting!"
Jul 19, 2012 on Food.com
Reviewed Tater Tots Casserole
"Very yummy and filling! I added 1/2 cup frozen peas before tossing it in the oven and some salt/pepper to taste. Super quick dinner!"
Jul 3, 2012 on Food.com
"Aaaahhhhhmazing!! These were so dang good! We have a bounty of zucchini this year. Trying to come up with different things to do with the zucchini can be a challenge! Fried in oil last night and used green onion and they were so crispy and tasty. Might make them again tonight! You're right, after the crop is gone, I will still be going to the mark..."
Jun 28, 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 :)