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  • Traditional Southern Corn Bread from meskarune in Midlothian, Texas.
    THE traditional southern corn bread recipe. There's no embellishments here. Plain and pure southern corn bread....
  • Simple Chocolate Souffle from meskarune in Midlothian, Texas.
    This simple chocolate souffle recipe uses cocoa powder and margarine instead of chunk chocolate and egg yolks are not used. This i...
  • Honeydew Melon Sorbet from meskarune in Midlothian, Texas.
    Honeydew Melon Sorbet, delicious and the perfect summer treat!...
  • Vegetable Lentil Soup from meskarune in Midlothian, Texas.
    I often make this soup when I want to eat something filling that is a one pot meal. Its very warming and delicious....
  • Ensalada De Avocado from meskarune in Midlothian, Texas.
    This is a delicious Summer Salad perfect for BBQ's, a snack or even Dinner. Great to eat with slices of bread or Cuban Crackers. Y...
  • Asopao from meskarune in Midlothian, Texas.
    This is a very traditional puerto rican soup/stew/gumbo You make it out of leftovers and every chef has their own recipe.This is ...
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  • meskarune 1 year ago about Sofrito
    @Fishtrippin You use sofrito for red rice and beans, puerto rican soups, and you can make baked eggs with sofrito. (basically put sofrito in a ramekin or pan, crack eggs on top and bake it.) It is a flavoring you can use with anything.
  • Good4U 1 year ago about Simple Chocolate Souffle
    It looks and sounds delicious!
  • meskarune 1 year ago about Simple Chocolate Souffle
    I should have put "serves one"... I ate the whole thing myself. >.>
  • meskarune 3 years ago about Dutch Pancake
    Grotesnor, Arduenn

    The "dutch pancakes" this recipe refers to are actually an american made dish invented in the 1900's in Seattle, WA. It's completely different from the pancake type dishes made in the Netherlands and other parts of Europe. Don't ask me why it was named "dutch pancake". It's like how we say "french fries" or "canadian bacon". :)

  • Grotesnor 3 years ago about Dutch Pancake
    As a Dutchman, this is not a Dutch pancake. It's actually a recipe for Clafoutis, a French dish. The recipe for the batter is similar to Dutch pancakes; less eggs (just one) and definitely no vanilla extract! Try pouring a little batter in a frying pan and baking on both side until golden brown. Now that's a Dutch pancake. Preferably with fried bacon and (maple)syrup!
  • keni 4 years ago
    Hey Meskarune!, thanks for trying the blueberry yogurt... I'm so pleased it worked for you and you were able to sub, as needed. I just added another you may be interested in... and you shouldn't have to sub! :) Rainier Vanilla Sorbet
  • icecreamuffin 5 years ago
    yes, it is quite tasty! the sauce i made for this recipe is basically a curry sauce before i added the coconut milk :)
  • bellasmom 6 years ago
    I am very interested in recipes using agave nectar too!
  • cookingforfun 7 years ago
    Thanks for your comments on my lamb recipe
  • falafel_fanatic 7 years ago
    Hope that wood betony helps you, I get bad headaches too.
  • fishtrippin 7 years ago
    Thanks, I can't wait to try it. I don't make a lot of carribean foods, mainly because I really haven't thought about it, but the sofrito is full of stuff we like. I'll be checking out more of your recipes. Thanks again.
  • mystic_river1 7 years ago
    Hi and thanks for the rating on the Carrot and Curry soup.
  • pariscipes 7 years ago
    Bonjour Meskarune,
    I'm very glad to be your new cooking buddy! Thank you so much! Hope we will share many recipes and thoughts about our different lifestyles!
  • pleclare 7 years ago
    Thanks for the rating on green beans. It is a good recipe!
  • ronnymarcus 7 years ago
    Hi there! I love your recipes and I'll be adding them to my "food groups". I see that we have exactly the same taste in food. I am a little surprised because I thought that If you are Porto Rican , Your tastes would be more towards Spanish recipes. Glad to be your friend.