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Ottawa, ON, CA

Self proclaimed chocaholic and cupcake fiend.

Recent Reviews

Re:Basic Hollandaise Sauce

I'm not a huge fan of Hollandaise sauce but my friend is and he really liked it. I was so intimidated to make it but it turned out perfectly.

Posted: 04:59 pm on April 21st 2013

Re:Classic Crème Brûlée

This creme brulee is silky and delicious! The step by step instructions make it so easy to follow the recipe. I also like that it only serves 4. I usually cook for 2 adults plus a toddler, so with this recipe I don't end up with a ton of leftovers that I'm forced to eat for days. ;)

Posted: 09:31 pm on March 31st 2013

Re:Slow-Cooked Memphis Ribs

I messed up the sauce but the cooking method is excellent and easy to follow. They really are fall of the bone tender ribs.

Posted: 06:56 pm on May 3rd 2012

Re:Dulce de Leche Caramel Cheesecake

This cheesecake is incredible! Creamy, sweet with loads of caramel flavor. I put extra dulce de leche on top instead of caramel and it was sinfully delicious!

Posted: 10:53 am on December 15th 2011

Re:Classic Strawberry Shortcake

I made these today for mothers day and they were great. Just the right amount of sweetness,and the texture is very light and delicate. I think my oven runs a little hot so the bottoms got a bit too brown so I'll adjust the temperature next time to see if that works out.

Posted: 09:36 pm on May 8th 2011

Re:Oven Fries

I made these for lunch and it was a quick and easy recipe. Reading through some of the other reviews I decided for boil for only 2 min. and I think it helped. They were soft on the inside and crisp outside and had a lot of potato flavor, so perhaps I didn't add enough salt? Also, they cooked very quickly - 15 min on one side and 6 on the other. Some of the smaller pieces were slightly burnt on the ends. I guess it depends on how you cut them and how hot your oven is so watch them carefully.

Posted: 03:41 pm on December 13th 2010

Re:Caramelized Onion, Gruyère, and Sausage Panini

This may be the best sandwich I have ever had! I made it two days in a row :)

Posted: 04:34 pm on December 9th 2010

Re:Crispy Noodle Cakes with Hoisin Chicken

It was great - simple to make with easy to find ingredients. It was underwhelming at first but the more I ate the yummier it got! lol The crunchy noodles were a nice touch.

Posted: 10:29 pm on October 20th 2010

Re:Spaghetti with Creamy Braised Garlic and Leeks

I made this tonight and it was fantastic! Really garlicy, creamy and the leeks add like a mellow onion flavor. Mmm...sooo good. I've never braised anything before - it did make all the flavors meld together really well. Worth the 40 minutes.

Posted: 10:10 pm on May 5th 2010

Re:Artichoke, Leek, and Taleggio Frittata

I made this on the weekend and it turned out perfectly! The directions are so easy to follow and the end result was just like in the photo :) I didn't have fresh herbs on hand so I substituted with a small portion of dry and it was just fine. The taleggio cheese was fabulous!

Posted: 03:17 pm on May 5th 2010