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ICookForFour

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Recent Reviews


Re:Slow-Cooker Steak and Guinness Pie

Ok - not a lot of flavor. My 1" potatoes didn't cook in an hour, either, and the meat was completely falling apart before the potatoes were done (not necessarily a bad thing, but start the potatoes earlier.)


Posted: 09:21 pm on March 17th 2011

Re:Chicken Thighs Baked with Lemon, Sage, Rosemary & Thyme

One of my reliable go-tos. This recipe is easy and always comes out right. Leftovers are delicious, but store without the lemon and herbs as they start to taste sour.


Posted: 08:41 pm on January 31st 2011

Re:Green Beans with Crispy Pancetta, Mushrooms, and Shallots

Delicious - everyone loved it. I made exactly as described, but substituted bacon for the pancetta.


Posted: 08:39 pm on January 31st 2011

Re:Pan-Seared Chicken Thighs with Beer and Grainy Mustard Sauce

I thought it was fine but nothing amazing. The rest of the family really liked it.ppinnc - I think the baking sheet is to catch oil splatter.


Posted: 07:26 pm on January 12th 2011

Re:Basic Roasted Broccoli

Delicious. And I didn't think that was possible with broccoli. Especially delicious drizzled with lemon juice & soy sauce. I like to add a splash of toasted sesame oil in the sauce.


Posted: 06:01 pm on January 12th 2011

Re:Slow Cooker Pulled-Pork Sandwiches

Not that great. The sauce didn't have much flavor. Perhaps adding chipotle powder and maybe some liquid smoke would help, but I'm not inclined to try it again.


Posted: 06:27 pm on September 15th 2010

Re:Tomato, Avocado, Corn & Black Bean Salad

Absolutely delicious summer side dish. Makes a lot.


Posted: 08:22 pm on August 7th 2009

Re:Classic French Chicken in White Wine Sauce

Excellent recipe. Delicious and uncomplicated. My family loves it. Personally, I make twice as much mirepoix and a little more sauce for the given amount of chicken. And for four adults, I needed more like 5.5 pounds of thighs with everything else adjusted proportionally.


Posted: 04:30 pm on January 15th 2009

Re:Bourbon Chocolate Cake

FABULOUS-comes together easily and so moist, flavorful and delicious. It is my go-to cake. Mine tend to fall in the middle as well, but maybe I'm doing something wrong.


Posted: 06:09 pm on November 8th 2007

Re:Butternut Squash, Apple, Leek & Potato Gratin with a Cheddar Crust

VERY time-consuming, but delicious (and I don't even like butternut squash)!! That said, it was a bit dry with the given amount of liquid, so I add a little more. Maybe I'm making it too thick in the dish, but the middle didn't seem to cook through in a large pan. Individual dishes work much better and (bonus) look elegant at the table! All in all, I LOVE this recipe and look forward to fall so I can make it!


Posted: 06:04 pm on November 8th 2007