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  1. Great recipes here. I look forward to experimenting!

  2. Any vegan recipe ideas? :D

  3. Autumn

    I have come into the possession of lobster tails and would love any tips or recipes you have to offer.

    • I LOVE lobster…however I don’t buy it very often. So when I do, I really want to taste JUST the lobster and not hide it in a lot of other ingredients. If I had them more often, I of course would do risottos and bisques :) Here’s my favorite way to prepare the tails….(for 2 tails)
      Preheat your broiler with rack in the middle of the oven.
      Place the tails on a cutting board with the curved portion facing up. With kitchen shears, cut under the shell down the right side towards the tail and repeat on the left side. Cut across the bottom to remove the large portion of shell by gently pulling back. Remove the intestinal track.
      Mix together 1/2 cup melted butter, 1/2 teaspoon Old Bay Seasoning, and just a touch of white pepper. Drizzle the mixture over the exposed tail meat and place the tails on a baking sheet and place in oven.
      Broil for 5-10 minutes, depending on the size of your tails. The meat should be slightly browned and opaque. Serve with lemon wedges!
      And NOW I’m craving LOBSTER!!!

  4. Great site! Your recipes are so compelling that I think I’ll be dropping by so often.

  5. Great recipes! Check out some of our recipe ideas at: https://alaskagraphy.wordpress.com/category/cooking/

    While the pictures aren’t as great as yours, and while the recipes aren’t totally refined yet, you might be able to glean something from our ideas. Specifically: our epic salmon burgers/cakes (https://alaskagraphy.wordpress.com/2011/09/17/salmon-burgercake-recipe/) or rockfish pasta, cod green curry, duck with goat cheese and date wontons, fried halibut with sweet potato fries, and BBQ salmon and Alaskan oysters (https://alaskagraphy.wordpress.com/2011/12/19/alaskan-food-week/).

  6. andrea

    hi i was wondering if you had a red velvet cupcake recipe i could try. i live in the uk and the ones i have tried just dont seem nice. i love baking and making cakes and cupcakes just for friends. or any other usa cupcake recipes i could try over here for my family.

    Many thanks
    andrea xxxxx

  7. Clare Lodenstein

    where is the recipe for the pic on the top of your page?

  8. Joanna Walker

    I really love your page. I have to try the deep fried sauerkraut straws! Sound mysteriously yummy!

  9. Wonderful way of narration. How can I review more recipes??

  10. SA

    What is that roll on the top of ur home page? Recipe?

  11. Just found this site from I Love Texas recipes! Great site can’t wait to try some recipes!

  12. Do you happen to have a ‘tried and true’ recipe for cinnamon rolls like the one at the top of your blog? I have several but always looking for on that is maybe easier than the one I make, which is the one I used when I made cinnamon rolls while working at our local school.

  13. Jennifer Neumann

    Do you have a good meatloaf recipe? I have never been able to make a decent one, my Achilles heel of cooking for some unknown reason. Help!

  14. Just found your site last week and have already tried 3 of your recipes and have been delighted by all! My next two weeks of meals are planned around more of them.,Keep up the good work!

  15. kelly

    you have a picture on your home page of something and I would love that recipe it looks yummy what is it

    • modernmrscleaver

      Hi Kelly! I took the photo of my cinnamon rolls several years ago and need to remake them to post as a recipe on my webpage. I hope to make them soon and have the recipe up :)

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