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In response to: Qdoba Rewards Card (scandal?)

Comment from: Deborah DeBoer [Visitor]
Deborah DeBoer

how do I void the previous registration so I can get a new card? We go to Qdoba @ least once a week and I lost my card about a year ago. I have my own email now and tried to get a new one. Now I understand why I couldn’t get one. I hope with this email I can know get another card.

08/04/12 @ 12:12

In response to: Braised Short Ribs

Comment from: Rachael [Visitor]
Rachael

THESE ARE SO GOOD!!!

10/27/11 @ 15:26

In response to: Nobu - Dallas, TX

Comment from: Beth [Visitor]
Beth

My my my, interesting stuff for you to try!

10/11/11 @ 18:42

In response to: Texas de Brazil - Chicago, IL

Comment from: Rob [Visitor]
Rob

They also have a 2nd floor for private parties and company events! By far one of the more memorable places to eat IMHO!

05/19/11 @ 16:02

In response to: Farm 255 - Athens, GA

Comment from: Ray Tanner, Jr. [Visitor]  
Ray Tanner, Jr.

Great time we had there Tuesday night for Jazz Night ! Food was outstanding and the music was even better! What a great place !! Highly endorse this wonderful place !

07/22/09 @ 17:45

In response to: Steamed Mussels with Leeks, Garlic, Thyme, White Wine, and Butter

Comment from: Rachael [Visitor]  
Rachael

I was equally impressed with how easy it was to prepare these. While I was only a spectator and taste tester, it seemed as though anyone could give them a go. The mussels were delicious and quite like the ones I eat at a restaurant in Maine. I also feel like less is more.

07/02/09 @ 09:34

In response to: Banana Bread

Comment from: [Member]
Privatjokr

This weekend I turned made this recipe as muffins. I shortened the cook time to about 45 minutes and they were done. Start checking on them around 40 minutes to be safe.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/privatjokr/3644467967/

http://www.flickr.com/photos/privatjokr/3644450303/

06/20/09 @ 18:23

In response to: Recipe of the Month - April, 2009

Comment from: Jasmin [Visitor]  
Jasmin

Fantastic recipe. I found it on the Recipe Search Engine.

04/25/09 @ 17:07

In response to: Beer of the Month - April, 2009

Comment from: Rachael [Visitor]  
Rachael

This beer was boldly smooth and delicious. The first sip was delightfully refreshing and incredibly drinkable. I could Leffe every day. What an amazing beer!

03/30/09 @ 09:47

In response to: Banana Bread

Comment from: Guntur [Visitor]  
Guntur

Why making multiple loaves?
The banana bread looks delicious, hehe.

03/18/09 @ 08:49

In response to: French Toast Casserole

Comment from: Guntur [Visitor]  
Guntur

Wow, looks perfect for the next party.
Thank you.

03/18/09 @ 08:48

In response to: Beer of the Month - March, 2009

Comment from: Jedi Master Daryl [Visitor]  
Jedi Master Daryl

Hmm, never tried that one. I bet I’d like it!

03/02/09 @ 19:08

In response to: Shrimp with Garlic Cream Sauce Over Linguine

Comment from: Rachael [Visitor]  
Rachael

Loved, loved, loved this. The shrimp was amazing, the sauce was rich and flavorful. The mushrooms added a nice touch to the dish. This is one of my favorite dishes made for me so far.

02/16/09 @ 10:33

In response to: Beer of the Month - January, 2009

Comment from: Rachael [Visitor]  
Rachael

I really liked this beer. It has some spunk yet goes down nicely.

02/02/09 @ 10:27

In response to: Beer of the Month - February, 2009

Comment from: Rachael [Visitor]  
Rachael

When I tried this beer, I was expecting it to be much more heavy and strong. It smelled a lot like coffee and tasted quite good. The hint of chocolate was very delicate but noticeable. This beer was much more enjoyable than I anticipated.

01/30/09 @ 16:24

In response to: Recipe of the Month - February, 2009

Comment from: Rachael [Visitor]  
Rachael

This was amazing. The sauce was incredibly flavorful and rich, which complements the shrimp very well. I loved this meal.

01/30/09 @ 16:22

In response to: The Roethlis-burger aka Roethlisberger Burger aka...

Comment from: BeeJay [Visitor]  
BeeJay

How do you cook the burger? Do you mix the beef and sausage and add the eggs on top or do you mix the eggs with the meat? I’ve had this many times as we live near the Burg but can’t figure how they cook it. Any help appreciated! Thanks

01/24/09 @ 17:51

In response to: Recipe of the Month - May, 2008

Comment from: cupcake [Visitor]  
cupcake

This was super easy to make but not nearly spicy enough. I recommend dousing the shrimp in as much hot sauce as you like then soaking it all up with giant garlic bread (not my suggestion but PJ’s). I used cooked shrimp instead of uncooked, which worked out well. Just make sure to watch the time.

10/24/08 @ 13:27

In response to: Banana Bread

Comment from: cupcake [Visitor]  
cupcake

This was one of the best banana breads I’ve ever eaten. I HIGHLY recommend you make multiple loaves.

10/13/08 @ 12:32

In response to: Recipe of the Month - September, 2008

Comment from: cupcake [Visitor]  
cupcake

This was super easy to make and quite delicious.

10/08/08 @ 20:13