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I am a chef, wine professional, mother, wife and indie filmmaker.
Interests: music, film, food, wine, history, entertaining, culture, people.
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May 18, 2010
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Mar 15, 2010
I did, in fact, lose my costco card on Friday, March 12th. Thanks, Jim. The sales staff was very nice and helped me get a replacement immediately. You can mail it back to me or simply destroy it. Very kind of you to look for me. Much appreciated.
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Hey Meka, 8 ounces of macaroni. Hope you enjoy it. Thanks for watching. Best, Heather PS Heres a link to the written recipe:
My mouth waters at the thought of the variety and quality. Enjoy! Thanks for visiting my blog. Best, Heather
Chunky? Yum. It's all about freshness, that's what sell this over it's delicious yet rather high fat New England cousin. Glad you liked it! wrote:
Oh my gosh, I looove sofrito. Makes everything it touches taste so good! The Caribbean is all so very connected by food. Some distinctions but a lot of similarities. It's all delicious. Thanks, hj wrote:
Thank You, Patrick. I'll have my next video up soon, so please visit again! wrote:
Toggle Commented Sep 16, 2009 on My Cookbook Proposal! at SoGood.TV: Cooking With HJ
Thanks for the kind words. The nice thing about Macaroni and Cheese is that it is pretty flexible. Worcestershire sauce is actually British, maybe if your store has an international section you can find it. It looks like Soy Sauce, but it has a different flavor. It brings a nice savory quality but you can definitely omit it or add a little sauteed onion, about 1/2 of a small one for extra flavor. Thanks again! Best, Heather
Toggle Commented Jun 14, 2009 on Macaroni and Cheese II at SoGood.TV: Cooking With HJ
Hi, Good question. I found a good recipe for buttermilk alternative at I've included it below. I've never used it, but it is sounds right. Also, some folks use plain yogurt instead. Let me know how it works. Best, Heather. Prep Time: 5 minutes Ingredients: * Milk (just under one cup) * 1 Tablespoon white vinegar or lemon juice Preparation: 1. Place a Tablespoon of white vinegar or lemon juice in a liquid measuring cup. 2. Add enough milk to bring the liquid up to the one-cup line. 3. Let stand for five minute. Then, use as much as your recipe calls for.