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Recent Reviews

Re:Braised Chicken with Gewürztraminer and Grapes

Absolutely delicious! The chicken was very tender, and the sauce was divine. The grapes added just the right touch of sweetness. I used a not very sweet Gewurztraminer which I think is key. Added an extra clove of garlic and a touch more of thyme and Better Than Bouillon to make the chicken stock. I made the rice and green beans while simmering the chicken. Took some time but allowed everything to be ready together and allowed time to chat and have a glass (or two) of wine with friends. Made for a Sunday Dinner and it was a hugh hit with my husband and friends. Will definitely make again. A favorite.

Posted: 06:12 pm on December 4th 2011

Re:Apple-Pear Cobbler with Crisp Brown Sugar-Pecan Topping

Yum! Initially I was not sure of the ginger but tried it anyway. So glad I did! The ginger in this recipe sets it apart and takes the crisp to a new level. I used 6 C of cortland apples as no pears were on hand. Added 2 T Calvados & 1 T Ginger Liqueur along with the 1/2 C of apple cider. Took this to a friends house who was serving Beef Sukiyaki. The ginger added an asian flair and everyone loved the crisp. My reason for 4 stars is that the topping sightly burned on the top at the 400 degrees for 23 minutes of cooking. Will definitely make the crisp again.

Posted: 05:01 pm on October 22nd 2011