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NikkiR

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Recent Reviews


Re:Roasted Eggplant and Tomatoes with Tangy Cucumbers and Yogurt

This is an excellent recipe with smoky, complex flavors. Wow! I'll be making this again. Thanks, Tamar!


Posted: 11:26 pm on September 7th 2016

Re:Oven-Roasted Polenta

This is a genius recipe, and most importantly, I make polenta much more often because it's so easy. Make it for friends last night with a fresh tomato sauce, and I received rave reviews for how creamy and delicious the polenta was. I used 1 cup of milk and the rest water.


Posted: 07:15 pm on September 2nd 2016

Re:Middle Eastern Savoy Cabbage Salad

Wow! I loved this salad. Yes, it stayed fairly (but not overly) crispy, but cabbage salads are crispy. The flavors were absolutely delicious, and it is a great use of winter produce. I'll make this again and again.


Posted: 10:50 pm on February 15th 2016

Re:Spicy & Citrusy Couscous Salad

Easy and unbelievably good.


Posted: 11:49 am on March 3rd 2014

Re:Curried Chicken Stew with Squash and Cashews

We loved this! Quick, easy and delicious. I made it with leftover roast chicken and kabocha squash and upped the heat with a bunch of samba oelek at the end. I thought the cashews were a great addition.


Posted: 06:53 pm on December 15th 2013

Re:Caramelized Cabbage on Creamy Polenta

Excellent meal. I also used green cabbage, and my husband and I loved it (even as leftovers). I really enjoyed the ease of making the polenta in the oven. We put a little Italian (super) hot chile oil on top and mixed in at the table. This is a great way to eat seasonally.


Posted: 06:50 pm on December 15th 2013