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Seattle, WA, US

Recent Reviews

Re:Caramelized Onion Risotto

I had to make this once I saw it pop up on Fine Cooking's Facebook and it did not disappoint! So rarely can I get away with a meatless dinner but this was rich and hearty. Another one to add to my "go to" risotto list.

Posted: 10:48 pm on September 25th 2013

Re:Plum Clafoutis

Great summertime dessert. Definetly not too sweet and the custard add just the right amount of creaminess to compliment the fruit. I am a big plum fan and I added more than what the recipe calls for and it still turned out perfect! I was using my oven so I made this before dinner and let it rest at room temp. It was still warm (the plum syrup is like molten lava!) and the custard set very nicely. This would be great for pears too. A great go to for an easy fruit sweet treat. Will keep it around.

Posted: 12:10 pm on September 2nd 2012

Re:Bacon Burgers with Bacon-Onion-Balsamic Jam

These burgers were incredible! A huge fan of cheese, I generally shy away from burgers that don't slap some on top melt away, but these were worth omitting of any of my dairy delight! The burgers themselves were drip down your face juicy (which is sometimes rare when grilled) but the bacon onion jam was killer! I am trying to think of other ways to use the stuff....Great recipe FC!

Posted: 03:52 pm on July 25th 2011

Re:Classic Beef Wellington Recipe

Holy Cow! Best thing I have ever made! I love to cook, and this was a fun challenge to tackle with a great outcome! Followed the recipe exactly and the steak turned out nice and rare (my cut was a bit over 3 lbs), covered in a rich pate and a buttery, light pastry. I loved the addition of the crepes. When eating it you almost can't imagine dipping it in the sauce, but when you do a whole new level of flavor is achieved! This is consuming, both in time and in your pocket book, but I assure you, it is worth both! If you are reading this recipe, you are ready to take on, "The Wellington"!

Posted: 01:37 pm on February 13th 2011