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Recent Reviews

Re:Roasted Cauliflower and Arugula Salad with Sumac Dressing

Made this twice already. Fantastic. Making again today with roasted chicken.

Posted: 11:33 am on April 15th 2017

Re:Carrot Cake with Mascarpone Frosting

I made this for Easter last year. RAVE reviews. Every bite was eaten. Just came back to the site to find the recipe again. It's a must.

Posted: 12:06 pm on March 26th 2017

Re:Chocolate-Beet Layer Cake

Fantastic chocolate cake. You can't taste the beets at all and it is SO moist. Even my "non-cake" people really loved it.

Posted: 01:27 pm on May 23rd 2016

Re:Turkey and Sweet-Hot Pepper Grilled Cheese

Super simple. Made this in the panini press for quick dinner. Substituted marscapone for cream cheese just because that's what I had on hand.

Posted: 10:34 pm on April 10th 2016

Re:Roast Chicken with Fingerling Potatoes, Leeks, and Bacon

This is our favorite roast chicken recipe. Hands down. Sometimes I even double the recipe and put two chickens in a large roasting pan when feeding a crowd. Works perfectly.

Posted: 11:15 pm on March 9th 2013

Re:Tuscan Roast Pork with Yellow Potatoes, Fennel, and Parsnips

I've made this three times. Even substituted Galliano for the sambuca when we ran out. Definitely don't add more salt than the recipe calls for. Did that the 2nd time around and it was way too salty. But we are a fan of this recipe. Definitely marinate the night before.

Posted: 11:03 pm on March 9th 2013

Re:White Balsamic Pork Chops with Roasted Potatoes and Peas

Great recipe. Followed it exactly. Came together very easily. Will make again for sure.

Posted: 10:55 pm on March 9th 2013

Re:Sausage, Potato, and Fennel Chowder

I've made this four times. Tried both hot and sweet sausage. Key is to use a really good, highly flavored sausage and this recipe is fantastic. I also tend to use a whole pound rather than 3/4 lb.

Posted: 04:39 pm on March 8th 2013

Re:Slow-Cooker Beef Chili with Beer and Lime Sour Cream

Chili was a bit on the bland side. Had to add a decent amoutnt of tapatio and jalepeno to spice it up but that may be personal preference. I even subbed out 1 lb. of italian sausauge for 1 lb of ground beef to enhance flavor. Lime sour cream was a bright addition though.

Posted: 04:34 pm on March 8th 2013