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Recent Reviews

Re:Slow-Cooker Steak and Guinness Pie

very easy and good - it was done in about 4 hrs on high; I parboiled the potatoes and added them for the last 45 minutes, also added peas a few minutes before serving. The sauce was not quite thick enough, even tho I dredged the meat in flour as per the recipe. But the flavor was yummy and the meat deliciously tender. Next time I might try Harp instead of Guinness (I know this would change the recipe name...), or even use the recipe as a springboard for other flavors - red wine, for example. But worth making as is, too.

Posted: 10:05 pm on March 15th 2011

Re:Pork Ragout and Soft Polenta

I added a handful of sliced, pitted oil-cured olives and some chopped spinach toward the end of cooking, as well as using only about 2 1/2 cups of chicken broth. I also threw in some of the cooked garlic and carrots from the original recipe - the whole thing was delicious and devoured by my entire family (including my 10 and 13 yr. old kids, tho they did manage to avoid the spinach...)

Posted: 06:57 am on October 21st 2009