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Osanbruck, DE

Recent Reviews

Re:Brandied Apricot-Almond Slab Pie

I've made this many times and always to good reviews! It's easy, feeds a crowd and tastes great! I usually divide the dough in half and make two, that way more filling gets used. To the reviewer who found the crust to be leathery, it sounds like you may have overworked the dough. MIne is always buttery and flakey!

Posted: 02:58 am on June 16th 2013

Re:Pea, Morel, and Fiddlehead Ragout

No review yet, but a question. Can the fiddleheads of any wild fern be used for this?

Posted: 10:35 am on April 25th 2012

Re:Pork Chops with Cider-Dijon Pan Sauce

While the recipe looks very interesting, it is now the beginning of January not exactly the prime time to be buying/cooking with apple cider! IMHO, the 'Make it tonight' recipes should feature seasonal ingredients.

Posted: 12:14 pm on January 5th 2012

Re:Seared Scallops with Pumpkin and Herbed Orzo

@ Champagneyes Actually, the recipe is quite clear peeled diced pumpkin is called for and there is no mention of steaming the pumpkin it is sauted in butter with the shallots.

Posted: 07:49 am on November 18th 2011

Re:Pan-Seared Salmon with Plum-Cucumber Salad

@CeeZee If you already have some plain rice vinegar in the pantry and would rather not buy a separate bottle of seasoned vinegar, just combine 1/4 cup of the plain rice vinegar with 4 teaspoons sugar and 1/2 teaspoon kosher salt.

Posted: 05:29 am on August 18th 2010

Re:Fresh Tuna Burgers with Ginger & Cilantro

I found it somehow a shame to chop up such a nice piece of tuna; so, with the addition of a bit of lime juice, I made a marinading paste of the rest of the "burger" ingredients, shmiered this on both sides of the 1 lb tuna steak, let it rest for about 30 min, and then "grilled" it in a hot grill pan on the stove for only 2 min/side. Thinly sliced and served with the dipping sauce, it was quite delectable!

Posted: 02:04 am on June 14th 2010