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EnnaW

VA, US
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Recent Reviews


Re:Crustless Quiche with Shallots, Bacon & Sun-Dried Tomatoes

Good although I spent more time than I expected to. Not nearly enough batter to make 48 minis (at 2T per cup, per recipe) -- more like 30. They turned out a little "floppy" -- might add an additional egg next time. Adding a bit of vinegar to the "gubbins" was a good idea.


Posted: 01:22 pm on June 15th 2012

Re:Asparagus, Ham and Mushroom Strata

A strata's a strata's a strata, but in fact this one is a good combination of flavors. I used a pack of dried shitakes which held up well during baking. I guess it depends on how dense the bread you use it, but I probably will cut it down by about 1/4 to 1/3 next time. I like the two-layer structure.


Posted: 01:43 pm on April 16th 2012

Re:Asparagus Ravioli with Brown Butter Sauce

Fun to do, easy, versatile, yum. Freezing them worked beautifully: easier to handle and gave a little extra breathing room for getting them straight back out of the water. Thanks for that tip.


Posted: 12:09 pm on April 27th 2011

Re:Thai-Style Spicy Chicken in Lettuce Cups

This was good and easy, great healthy weeknight dinner. But I really didn't get the whole rice thing. The chicken didn't seem to need thickening after it had cooked for a bit, and the ground rice added on top at the end just gave the dish a strange grittiness. Will totally skip that (time-consuming) step next time.


Posted: 11:14 am on August 18th 2010

Re:Doughnut Muffins

Unbelievably delicious. We make about half the cinnamon-sugar mixture and just coat the tops rather than the whole thing. Next time will try making mini ones and coating all sides. Really good!


Posted: 04:24 pm on June 4th 2010