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Recent Reviews


Re:Baked Ham with Maple-Tea-Cardamom Glaze & Pan Sauce

I love this recipe!! The ham is tender and moist, and the sauce is delicious! I usually double the glaze because we like it so much. This recipe also works well to jazz up a pre-cooked ham.


Posted: 05:06 pm on July 8th 2009

Re:Chicken Thighs Baked with Lemon, Sage, Rosemary & Thyme

Simple and delicious!


Posted: 04:20 pm on April 9th 2009

Re:Pork Chops with Maple-Ginger Pan Sauce

It really IS "a good way to cook very thin pork chops without drying them out"!


Posted: 04:12 pm on April 9th 2009

Re:Mustard, Sage & Maple Glazed Pork Roast with Garlic-Roasted Potatoes

I like the flavors and this was by far the juiciest pork roast I have ever made. Even after 20min of resting, when you slice into it, juice just pours out. Personally, I felt that this made the meat itself dry while eating it and would give it a 3 star, but my husband just loved it and would probably give it 5 stars.


Posted: 04:08 pm on April 9th 2009

Re:Broiled Coconut-Lime Chicken Thighs

I have made this half a dozen times. It is flavorful but mild enough for the whole family, and seems to be well-timed for a work-night supper. I marinate it over night, walk in the door start the chicken, throw basmati in the rice cooker, get changed, switch the chicken to broil, make the salad and... voila, a reasonable dinner in 35 minutes.


Posted: 03:53 pm on April 9th 2009

Re:Walk-Away Roast Chicken with Lemon & Herbs

I like the flavors of this recipe, but I am a crispy-skin fan. So the second time I tried it, I cooked it breast up at 450 for 15min then 375 for 45min for my 31/2 pound chicken, and baked small potatoes on the side. The skin was crisp,flavorful and browned evenly, and the chicken was moist and tender.


Posted: 03:42 pm on April 9th 2009

Re:Spice-Rubbed Prime Rib

A great, never-fail recipe. In my oven, a 2.5kg roast takes a total of 2hr 10 min. While the roast rests, it is easy to pop Yorkshire pudding and roast vegetables in the oven, making it ideal for low-stress entertaining.


Posted: 03:29 pm on April 9th 2009

Re:Buttermilk Country Fried Chicken with Cucumber Salad

Quick, easy, and still delicious.


Posted: 06:25 pm on March 12th 2009

Re:Feta & Dill Galette with Lemony Spinach Salad

Spanikopita deconstructed! This recipe is great as is. I also make it with cheese substitutions like gruyere or parmesan and a mixed green salad. I now keep a pack of puff pastry in my freezer and if I have to entertain on a work night or simply want to add a little class to leftovers I know I will always have the ingredients on hand to make some version of this.


Posted: 12:41 pm on March 12th 2009