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Recent Reviews

Re:Asparagus and Pea Shoots with Pistachios and Soft-Cooked Eggs

I overcooked the eggs just a bit and substituted sunflower sprouts since I couldn't find pea shoots. Yet, it still turned out fantastic. Such great flavors, a wide variety of textures. It feels like something a high end restaurant would serve.

Posted: 11:00 pm on April 18th 2017

Re:Pesto Deviled Eggs

So quick and easy! Pesto goes great with eggs. If you love pesto, you'll enjoy this. I tried it both ways and really like it better with hot sauce.

Posted: 10:46 pm on April 18th 2017

Re:Steam-Roasted Indian-Spiced Cauliflower

I needed a side to go with a new pressure cooker Indian dish I was making. This was so delicious!! Not a bit remained. I didn't have a spice grinder, so I used a mortar and pestle.

Posted: 10:21 pm on April 6th 2017

Re:Bourbon-Chipotle Rib-Eye Steak

I prefer a different cut of meat than a rib-eye steak, but the sauce is amazing! When I make steak, I love making it with this sauce.

Posted: 05:00 pm on April 5th 2017

Re:Cider-Glazed Chicken Thighs

This is an easy and quick main dish to make, and it just looks beautiful on top when it's done! I've made the dish multiple times and it usually takes 35 minutes to cook the chicken to 165 degrees, NOT 20 minutes.

Posted: 09:45 pm on June 3rd 2016

Re:Rustic Bread Stuffing with Dried Cranberries, Hazelnuts & Oyster Mushrooms

This was the hit of my Christmas dinner and my first time making any type of stuffing! I was worried I had toasted the bread too long and then the dish too long, but this recipe is quite forgiving. I also used white mushrooms and pecans due to easy availability. This is an excellent way to dress up your turkey dinner.

Posted: 03:04 am on December 28th 2010

Re:Tortellini with Artichokes, Roasted Peppers & Olives

This dish was better than I'd expected and much heartier, too! I cooked it with whole wheat tortellini, and everyone loved it. Even the pickiest eater said I should make it again. I love how most of the ingredients I could keep on hand to make at any time. Fairly quick prep, too. This will be a great dish to serve when meal planning for a vegetarian eater.

Posted: 11:00 pm on November 1st 2010

Re:Butternut Squash Soup with Apple & Bacon

So delicious! I will definitely make this again. Made two batches for Christmas dinner and it was quite a hit.

Posted: 12:11 am on December 28th 2008