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  • browneyegirl 1 year ago about Strawberry Bread
    I know that my family & friends would "LOVE" this.I can't have straberry's because it breaks me out in hives.
  • angelica14 2 years ago about Shrimp Creole
    Sounds incredible. Must try this.
  • champagnetime 2 years ago about Shrimp Creole
    Very nice sounding flavors!
  • NPMarie 2 years ago about Cod With Olives And Lemons
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  • pat2me 3 years ago
    Good morning!
    Thanks for posting....7 months ago....I too haven't had time to check this site in forever. I'm a provider for a mentally ill woman (past two years) and my time is not my own.
    Tried your Brined pork, it was amazing! We love it, sooo juicy!
    Thanks for posting!
  • petunia97 6 years ago
    Thanks for the cooking buddy invite...Louisiana is a great place to live too! Can't beat the food! Looking forward to sharing recipes with you...have a great day!
  • trigger 7 years ago
    Love your garden photos, absolutely beautiful!
  • lunasea 7 years ago
    Good morning, Colleen! Thanks so much for dropping by my Moroccan Chicken w/Eggplant Tomatoes & Almonds. I appreciate your kind comments and rating - you're such a doll!

  • justjakesmom 7 years ago
    Hey Colleen, thanks for the invite, love to be your friend. Look forward to sharing. ;')
  • mystic_river1 7 years ago
    Such beautiful squash flowers and your garden would be a wonderland for me!
    Thanks for your 5 and comment on theSauteed Grape Tomatoes With Black N Green Olives Recipe

    Please enjoy!
  • minitindel 7 years ago
    hi colleen thanks so much for your wonderful comment and rating on my cabernet sauvignon ice .i appreciate
  • jimrug1 7 years ago
    Hi Colleen,
    So nice to hear from you. I appreciate your comments and feedback on my Eggplant recipe. The reason for skinning the chick peas is to lower the cooking time and enhance the flavor. Without the skins which are very Cellophane like, the chick peas have a much more creamy feel and taste. If you ever try Hummus made with skinned chick peas, you won't believe the difference... Hope you are having a great summer. Thanks again... Jim
  • pat2me 7 years ago
    Hi, Colleen
    Thanks for the comment on the garden. It's my other passion....that and music!
  • gardener61 7 years ago
    Thanks for checking out my Warm Apple Salad Recipe! Happy 4th to ya!