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Re:Caramelized Pear Upside-Down Cake

This cake was done at 36 minutes! I was a bit concerned when all the pear liquid exuded towards the top when I added the cake batter, but it turned out perfectly. A great dessert for a cold winter night.

Posted: 10:02 pm on January 24th 2014

Re:Fettuccine with Chicken, Goat Cheese & Spinach

Although this recipe was easy, I feel it needs several modifications. First, I would use at least 1/2 tsp red pepper. Instead of spinach, I would use arugula and just throw it in with the hot pasta to give the dish some more bite. I also needed to use almost one cup pasta water to prevent the sauce from "gunking up". Lastly, I would mix about two chopped tomatoes with about 1/4 cup chopped basil about a half hour before preparing the dish. Add the tomatoes, after you mix in the arugula (or spinach). I added the tomatoes to my leftover lunch and it added a nice acid balance.

Posted: 07:05 pm on September 22nd 2009

Re:Seared Baby Bok Choy with Tofu & Shiitakes

I've made this twice. It tastes great and it's very easy to prepare. The jalapeno really adds the extra kick in flavor and a mild spiciness.

Posted: 02:47 pm on February 27th 2009

Re:Red Curry with Shrimp & Sugar Snap Peas

I did not add the hot peppers at the end but I wish I had done so. The brand of red curry paste I used was a bit wimpy. The flavors are good but watered down by the chicken broth. Next time, I will only add 1/4 cup chicken broth to the curry paste and oil mixture; then, I'll add the coconut milk. It's worth another try.

Posted: 07:28 pm on January 26th 2009

Re:Spicy-Smoky Mexican Pork Kebabs

This was very easy to make and flavorful. The radishes added a crunch and complemented the pork. Next time, I'll add a bit more chile and marinate it for three to four hours.

Posted: 02:10 pm on June 27th 2008

Re:Seven-Layer Grilled Southwestern Chicken Salad

This is very easy to make and great for a light summer dinner. We like our chicken a bit more spicy, so we add a bit of cayenne along with the chili powder. Finely chopped jalapenos work well too.

Posted: 10:55 am on June 12th 2008