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Recent Reviews

Re:Roasted Vegetable and Prosciutto Tart

Oh my, this was beyond delicious! I also made it according to the recipe and I'm embarrassed to admit we ate the whole thing in one sitting. No way this will serve 8 as a main course, it's much too good. I'd love to see suggestions for other filling variations.

Posted: 12:06 pm on October 13th 2014

Re:Mushroom and Spinach Skillet Strata

This was a delicious meat-free entree, something my husband and I are always looking for. I used a mixture of cremini and fresh chanterelle mushrooms. It was fast to make and real comfort food. It would also be good as a side dish to a roast chicken or turkey. I'll definitely make this again.

Posted: 02:36 pm on October 23rd 2013

Re:Beef Ragù Over Spaghetti Squash with Garlic Bread

I was a little dubious about trying this recipe because years ago I tried spaghetti squash and was totally unimpressed with it. But this is a TERRIFIC recipe, my husband and I just loved it, will definitely be a keeper. I added a lot of extra fresh oregano and thyme in addition to the basil to zip up the flavor.

Posted: 01:13 pm on October 10th 2012

Re:Pork and Shrimp Summer Rolls

Absolutely delicious and easy to make! I omitted the shrimp because my husband is very allergic to shellfish and just added a little more pork. I'd like to try this with chicken the next time.

Posted: 08:33 pm on September 5th 2012

Re:Oven-Roasted Polenta

My beloved husband, who is not a huge fan of polenta, absolutely LOVED this version. I made a soft polenta, using half water and half whole milk. The polenta took a bit longer to cook than the recipe indicated, but it was so simple and came out deliciously creamy.An added bonus is that we had leftovers that made a delicious dessert the next day: we each drizzled our sweetener of choice (he tried maple syrup, I tried honey) over the chilled polenta and mixed the sweetener in. Simple, comforting and delicious. The honey version was the one we preferred, but any sweetener, brown sugar, jam, etc. would be equally good.Highly recommended and will definitely make this again.

Posted: 03:41 pm on February 29th 2008