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MortG

Annandale, VA, US
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Recent Reviews


Re:Summer Squash with Jalapeño, Herbs, and Sesame Seeds

This is a very flavorful recipe. The "lemon mixture" definitely makes this dish. The only modification I would make to this recipe is to slice the squash 3/8- to 1/2"-inch thick so the slices stand up to the heat of the grill and don't come apart when you flip them. Otherwise, delicious!


Posted: 08:33 pm on June 15th 2017

Re:Soy-Marinated Grilled Beef Tenderloin

I made this for my wife's birthday dinner. Wow! This was very flavorful ... lots of flavor for not a lot of work. I used Balducci's Quebec Steak Seasoning. I'm not sure if this is different from Montreal steak seasoning, but I'm not sure it would have made much difference ... most of the flavor is from the jalapenos and the soy sauce. I used Certified Angus Beef prime fillet, which was very tender and took up the flavors of the marinade well. I highly recommend this recipe.


Posted: 08:30 pm on June 15th 2017

Re:New England Bread Stuffing

I made this for our "pre-Thanksgiving" dinner. I used baking-ready chestnuts instead of jarred. Otherwise, I followed the recipe to a T. It came out moist and delicious. Definitely a keeper.


Posted: 02:03 pm on November 23rd 2016

Re:Strawberry & Champagne Terrine

I must have made a mistake somewhere along the line ... The Champagne wedge of my terrine set up well, but the strawberry pure wedge didn't, so when I inverted the terrine on the wax paper, I had a wedge of Champagne and a strawberry coulis. The taste was great; the presentation wasn't.


Posted: 01:37 pm on April 15th 2014