My Latest Recipes 5
  • Creamed Beef on Toast or SOS from emilydrew in Pittsburgh, PA.
    A favorite of my husband's, updated a little. From www.cookingbytheseatofmypants.com...
  • Ski Country Shepherds Pie from emilydrew in Pittsburgh, PA.
    One of my favorite dishes, this one is taken from from a restaurant called Chair 8. Totally worth the extra steps!...
  • Candied Brie With Apple Wedges from emilydrew in Pittsburgh, PA.
    Candied apples for grown-ups. For a larger group, buy a larger round of brie and multiply the sauce ingredients. If you'd like, su...
  • Chicken Souvlaki Salad from emilydrew in Pittsburgh, PA.
    The elements of a classic Greek salad and a chicken souvlaki sandwich combine in this piquant dish. You can also use lamb in place...
  • Sleek - Bulgur Wheat And Kale With Onion from emilydrew in Pittsburgh, PA.
    This dish shows the importance of using good ingredients, as there aren't many. The first time I tasted this, I fell in love. It...
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  • Good4U 1 year ago about Chicken Souvlaki Salad
    YUM!
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  • Good4U 1 year ago about Creamed Beef on Toast or SOS
    Awesome and such a good sounding comfort food:)
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  • jrwhip48 3 years ago about Sleek - Bulgur Wheat And Kale With Onion
    This tasted just like the sleek
    they serve at the Syrian restaurant down the street. I used quinoa instead of bulgur because that's all I had. I was a little skeptical about not soaking the black eyed peas first, but this worked perfectly and I didn't need to. Also added a squirt of fresh lemon juice, a dash of cinnamon, and a few gratings of nutmeg while it all was in the pan on the last step. Deelish!
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  • lori4flavor 5 years ago about Chicken Souvlaki Salad
    I love the sound of this salad, especially the kalamata olives and yogurt dressing. I think I will serve this over a bed of mixed baby greens. Thanks for sharing! ^5
    Lori
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  • fab44me 5 years ago about Creamed Beef on Toast or SOS
    This sounds terrific w/the mushroom addition. :o)
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  • debntim 6 years ago
    When I saw that you're an English major, I had to message you. I am, too! When I grew up, sorta, and got my Master's at 40 ~ speaking of unconventional ;o) ~ I got my reading specialist's license. I can't wait to share recipes and make new friends! Blessings, deb
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  • romagourmet 6 years ago
    Hi! If you have time, please check out my web site www.roma-gourmet.com dedicated to Rome and Italian cuisine and let me know if you like it :)
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  • sweetwords 6 years ago
    Much obliged for the invite! Hope you enjoy the site as much as I do.
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  • jenniferbyrdez 6 years ago
    Thank you very much for the invite. Pleased to except. You'll love this site.
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  • chihuahua 6 years ago
    Hi Emily. Thank you for accepting my buddy invite. I look forward to sharing recipes.
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  • mystic_river1 6 years ago
    Thanks for the rating on the Healing Foods recipe.
    Leave a little message in the comment box so the person you are rating willl be notified. I almost missed you. Joymarie
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  • grandmommy 6 years ago
    That salad recipe looks wonderful. I have to try it soon!
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  • krumkake 6 years ago
    Thanks for the invite, emilydrew - looking forward to seeing your posts...and unconventional is good! Welcome, and enjoy this fun site. You won't lack recipes or advice or conversation here.
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  • rosej 6 years ago
    Thanks for the invite! It's always nice to have new cooking buddy!
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  • lunasea 6 years ago
    Welcome to our kitchen - and thanks for being my cooking friend! I hope to share many a recipe and smile with you.

    Your Chicken Souvlaki Salad recipe rocks. =)

    Have a great evening...
    Vickie
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