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Recent Reviews


Re:Olive Oil Pumpkin Bread

This is amazing! Tender and melting, and not too sweet. I brought it to a party and no one could believe it was half whole-wheat and butter-free.


Posted: 01:06 pm on October 29th 2012

Re:Thai Red Curry with Beef and Kabocha Squash

Apart from the prep work, this was dead simple and very richly flavored. It needed a few minor tweaks - I recommend blanching the green beans separately in *salted* boiling water before adding them to the curry; otherwise they took too long to soften, and didn't seem to soak up seasoning from the broth. The curry overall needed a slight hit of salt (maybe because I had a light hand with the fish sauce). I recommend Maesri canned curry paste - remember that it's a half-cup per can, so don't dump in the whole can like I did. The kabocha is absolutely delicious in this dish, but if you can't find it, try chunks of white-fleshed Korean or Japanese sweet potato or regular yam.


Posted: 12:40 pm on October 29th 2012