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snow_bertie

53 yr old mother of 2. One of which is Autistic still living at home. He enjoys cooking and we love trying new recipes together. I save easy recipes makinga special cook book for my son. I forward recipes to my daughter in NY.
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snow_bertie rated and reviewed the recipe Chicken BLT Taco Salad
Chicken BLT Taco Salad
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"I would use bottled taco sauce in place of the french dressing. "
Posted on 7/8/2011
snow_bertie rated and reviewed the recipe Savory Beef Stew
Savory Beef Stew
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"I made this beef stew last weekend. Instead of using 2 cups of water, I used beef broth and very glad I did as without it there would not be much flavor to it. The color of the juices were nearly clear when finished cooking. It tasted okay, not as flavorful as I am use to in stew broth but it was okay. I may not make it again for a very long time. I'd like a richer tasting broth and more browness in color for my beef stew."
Posted on 10/21/2010
snow_bertie rated and reviewed the recipe Gluten-Free Rocky Road Fudge
Gluten-Free Rocky Road Fudge
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"My son and I made this sinfully delicious fudge for valentines gifts for our wonderful neighbors and family. We were amazed that this fudge was not only easy to make but also so delicious that we have decided to make this our only fudge recipe for all future needs. I have decided to try this recipe with a variation/trial using peanut butter chips with chocolate frosting this weekend to see how it turns out as I would like to make a few types of fudge for our Easter festivities this year. I am also going to try the suggested white frosting or chocolate with coconut but with almonds or pecans instead of macadamia nuts. I believe this is a fail proof fudge recipe with endless variations to try and one I will enjoy making for years to come. I plan on giving my sister this recipe as she no longer makes fudge due to her rhumatoid arthritis issues as it's become too painful for her to stand at the stove stirring the old fashioned fudge recipe she has used for years. I strongly believe she too will love this easy fudge recipe that is every bit as tasty and has the texture as her traditional fudge recipe she's used. Betty Crocker, You're the Greatest!. "
Posted on 2/19/2010
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Posted 7/8/2011 1:43:40 AM REPORT ABUSE
Chicken BLT Taco Salad
Chicken BLT Taco Salad
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I would use bottled taco sauce in place of the french dressing.
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Posted 10/21/2010 7:17:39 PM REPORT ABUSE
Savory Beef Stew
Savory Beef Stew
Rating:
I made this beef stew last weekend. Instead of using 2 cups of water, I used beef broth and very glad I did as without it there would not be much flavor to it. The color of the juices were nearly clear when finished cooking. It tasted okay, not as flavorful as I am use to in stew broth but it was okay. I may not make it again for a very long time. I'd like a richer tasting broth and more browness in color for my beef stew.
This reply was: Helpful  Inspiring
 
Posted 2/19/2010 10:50:30 AM REPORT ABUSE
Gluten-Free Rocky Road Fudge
Gluten-Free Rocky Road Fudge
Rating:
My son and I made this sinfully delicious fudge for valentines gifts for our wonderful neighbors and family. We were amazed that this fudge was not only easy to make but also so delicious that we have decided to make this our only fudge recipe for all future needs. I have decided to try this recipe with a variation/trial using peanut butter chips with chocolate frosting this weekend to see how it turns out as I would like to make a few types of fudge for our Easter festivities this year. I am also going to try the suggested white frosting or chocolate with coconut but with almonds or pecans instead of macadamia nuts. I believe this is a fail proof fudge recipe with endless variations to try and one I will enjoy making for years to come. I plan on giving my sister this recipe as she no longer makes fudge due to her rhumatoid arthritis issues as it's become too painful for her to stand at the stove stirring the old fashioned fudge recipe she has used for years. I strongly believe she too will love this easy fudge recipe that is every bit as tasty and has the texture as her traditional fudge recipe she's used. Betty Crocker, You're the Greatest!.
This reply was: Helpful  Inspiring
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