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Elgin, SC, US

Recent Reviews

Re:Grilled Brie and Tomato Sandwiches

This "Make it Tonight" dinner for two (#146) is an exceptional flavor surprise! If you have not tried this recipe yet don't wait much longer. The flavored mayo infuses the bread and creates the golden color just as illustrated. I twisted this recipe just a bit. Once the bread was toasted I tossed the tomato slices in the pan for just a moment on either side. Warmed them up just enough to help further melting of the already creamy brie and bring out the flavor of the basil. The Mayo part of this recipe did double duty for me. I created bacon, tomato, arugula and fried egg sandwiches for lunch the next day using the same method for pan toasting the ciabatta and added more mayo next to the bacon. Love this one!

Posted: 07:39 pm on April 3rd 2017

Re:Classic Baked Macaroni & Cheese

We added Lobster! It was excellent!

Posted: 11:46 pm on December 19th 2013

Re:Deviled Pork Chops

Very Easy and Very Delicious!! Served with an arugula salad with lemon vinaigrette and paired with a "Maipe" Malbec.

Posted: 08:52 pm on August 26th 2012

Re:Slow-Cooked Memphis Ribs

I have made ribs using this recipe several times, even in the summer when the grill is hot! Love the rub and the cooking method makes the most tender delicious ribs ever! The slow roast method is cooking therapy at its finest. Roast the ribs, have a little wine...I am making again this weekend for the Super Bowl!

Posted: 05:17 pm on January 31st 2012

Re:Buttermilk & Herb Cole Slaw

Did not care for this recipe at all. The small amount of garlic permeated the slaw to the extreme. With all of the work already put into the slaw, I salvaged it by mixing another 1/2 to 3/4 cup of the buttermilk with a tablespoon of powdered sugar to cream it up and cut the garlic taste. Would not make this recipe again.

Posted: 12:37 pm on September 5th 2010

Re:Seared Steak, Pepper & Onion Fajitas

EXCELLENT RECIPE! Very easy, the cast iron skillet is a must to get really good smoky flavor. I made a few of my own changes, didn't measure the spices, just threw them on generously. Skipped the Avocado and the jalapeno. Instead I chopped up yellow banana peppers as an additional topping.

Posted: 08:45 pm on March 15th 2010

Re:Bacon-Wrapped Meatloaf with Bell Peppers

Very moist, perfect meatloaf texture! I will make again but next time I will back off the Worcestershire by 1/2 tsp, it was a little more prominent in the taste than I like.

Posted: 06:39 pm on January 17th 2010

Re:Beef & Pork Ragù Lasagne

This is excellent! I love the ragu. I make an entire pan and freeze the leftovers for quick dinners. Its just as good on the second round!

Posted: 03:25 pm on February 1st 2009