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  • windy1950 3 years ago
    1. Arroz a la Lexington
    2. Creamy Chicken and Wild Rice Soup
  • tuilelaith 4 years ago about Fried Plantain Nests
    This is great! I eat it fresh in salads, and I use it in my herbal healing salve.
    This stuff is just good for you all the way around!!!! Great post!!! Love it
  • ozsmom 5 years ago about Roasted Spiced Pecans
    5 forks
  • notyourmomma 5 years ago about Shipwreck
    Good stuff.
  • dahlka 5 years ago
    Your eggplant parm picture looks amazing! Thank you for adding it to my recipe! It makes me want to make the recipe again!
  • juels 5 years ago about Arroz A La Lexington
    Looks pretty! Another good one.
  • juels 5 years ago about Baked Caramel Apples
    I don't drink beer myself, but love cooking with it. It adds unique flavor to dishes and compliments the taste. I'll definitely try this one out. Good idea.
  • zena824 5 years ago
    Thank you so much for trying my Pico De Gallo recipe and for the nice 5 rating you gave it.... also appreciate the nice picture you posted for me....your always welcome in my kitchen... so sorry it has taken me so long to answer your comments... I went out of town to Galveston to help a friend clean her house out....Thanks again....Z
  • lovingmybabbyalways 5 years ago
    I sent you a cooking buddy add and love your recipes.
  • gapeach55 6 years ago
    Unfortunately, I've lived here all my life and never even been to St. Simons. I hear it's great though.
  • krumkake 6 years ago
    Yes, Goose Island has some good local brews, and I'm sure I could find one that would work with the apples...if you ever come across a Pacific Rose apple, give it a try. They are hard to find around here, but worth the search - your area may have them in abundance for all I know! It is a fantastic crisp, very sweet apple that would be excellent in your baked apple dish, I'm sure...we also like them on grilled ham and cheese sandwiches - or with some blue cheese on the slices...another good food with beer!
  • sirshawnthebrewer 6 years ago
    Right on...

    Sounds like you have good taste in beer as well.
    All-Grain is not as hard or time consuming as you think it is.
    Pretty much all your doing is essentially making your own extract.

    One difference between All Grain and extract is boil volumes.
    But it's not tough, Once you get past the first hurdle.
    That being trying to over think it. :)
  • drjoel 6 years ago
    I find it funny that we only have a medium taste compatibility. Although, i may have been a bit liberal in my ratings. Add that to the list of things not to do on an empty stomach. Catch you later chef.
  • blueeyes68ky 6 years ago
    Thanks for being my cooking friend. I am sorry about all the lemon pies it seems no one knows how to remove some of them.