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Fromtdot

Toronto
member

Recent Reviews


Re:Overnight Gingerbread Steel-Cut Oatmeal

Absolutely delicious and very easy! Not too sweet and full of flavour.


Posted: 03:40 pm on December 25th 2014

Re:Spinach Salad with Chicken, Strawberries, Blue Cheese and Almonds

Quite delicious but my partner preferred the chicken on the side rather than as part of the salad. Easy for a weeknight!


Posted: 07:23 pm on May 29th 2012

Re:Glazed Fingerling Potato Salad with Pancetta and Warm Mustard Vinaigrette

Very tasty, everyone loved it! Did not need the additional 2T of butter after boiling off the water and added only 1T of oil to the dressing as the potatoes seemed coated after boiling in the 2T butter and water. Don't forget to brown the potatoes a bit before putting together the salad. I would make it again and try without the escarole as that's the way the kids liked it best.


Posted: 08:38 pm on May 27th 2012

Re:Cannellini Beans with Lemon, Roasted Red Peppers, and Bacon

Followed recipe and loved it! So delicious. Only change was to use dried beans instead of canned. Soaked overnight and boiled with some rosemary and bay leaves.


Posted: 07:56 am on June 15th 2011

Re:Spaghetti with Creamy Braised Garlic and Leeks

Absolutely delicious! Followed recipe exactly and the whole family loved it.


Posted: 08:16 pm on April 17th 2011

Re:Seared Pork Medallions in Marsala-Mushroom Sauce

Absolutely delicious. It makes just a little sauce and I like more so added a cup of chicken broth, then reduced again and added the heavy cream. Mmmm


Posted: 06:49 pm on October 21st 2010

Re:Flaky Pie Pastry

Excellent pie crust recipe. Easy to put together and work with. Used the flat kitchen towel to roll out for the first time which was great - easier to roll out and transfer to pie dish. I think that using the egg wash on the crust prior to filling helped prevent the soggy bottom pie crust that plagues my fruit pies!


Posted: 08:56 pm on October 13th 2010

Re:Classic Apple Pie Recipe

Absolutely loved this recipe for both pie and crust. The only change I made was to use Spy apples and it was delicious. Found that brushing the crust with the egg white prevented the usual soggy bottom crust so well worth it. Have tried many different recipes for both pie and crust...this is my new favourite.


Posted: 07:24 pm on October 13th 2010

Re:Greek-Spiced Lamb Meatballs in Tomato Sauce

Surprisingly our toddlers enjoyed this and we did too! Came together in under an hour and tasted quite rich and delicious. Only change was to use a can of crushed tomatoes instead of the sauce. Served with rice and a green salad. mmmm


Posted: 07:16 pm on February 3rd 2010

Re:Thai Lemongrass Peanut Roast Chicken

Delicious! I didn't make the pan sauce because the marinade had thickened up to a good consistency while the chicken cooked.


Posted: 08:10 pm on April 5th 2009