Posts Tagged ‘Replicated Recipes’
Carole's Replicated Recipe
Starters • Tags: basil, dip, Replicated Recipes, sun dried tomatoes
Another friend of ours recently hit us up to be a guest blogger on the site and take part in our Replicated Recipes feature. Carole is a twenty-something Georgia transplant here in Los Angeles who also loves everything food. We were delighted to have her try out one of our dishes and report back with her experience. As we mentioned with the last Replicated Recipes, it can be a tad nerve-wracking to have someone new cook your recipe and give feedback. It’s not always guaranteed that the outcome will be the same, nor do we know for sure others will even like the taste of the finished product as much as we did. We’re glad to report her remake of the Sun-dried Tomato and Basil Dip was a success. It even appears others enjoyed it as well (*phew*). Thanks for playing, Carole!
Oh, and she and her husband have their own blog that you should check out. It highlights tips on going green in today’s ever-changing world.
Take it away, Carole!
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Crab and Spinach Quesadillas
Starters • Tags: bacon, cheese, Replicated Recipes, seafood quesadilla, watermelon salad
We are oh so grateful for all the comments we get on this blog. We absolutely love hearing from you so keep it up! We’re also going to start reaching out even more to our fellow food enthusiasts out there in the coming season, so definitely stay tuned. One fun way to start is by cooking each other’s recipes. We’ll continue to have our monthly Guest Test Kitchen and bring you fresh-out-the-oven recipes from the people closest to us–our friends and family. We thought it would be a neat idea to have a new feature where a guest writes about cooking one of our recipes. We love to share what we cook, but part of us hopes you try it out. If you do, we want to know what happened. And so it begins! We bring you Replicated Recipes. It’s an opportunity for you to tell us your thoughts about one of our dishes and also a specially designated forum for us to test the good ones we come across every day from your sites. Was the recipe easy to follow? How’d it look? Was it even good? Did everyone at the meal like it? For the most part, we’re …
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