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Re:Potatoes Mousseline

Best mashed potatoes ever! Great flavor. Wonderful!

Posted: 11:25 am on January 9th 2012

Re:Butternut Squash Gnocchi

Very good. I could not find smoked mozzerella, so I just used loads of good quality parmesan in it's place. I loved the butter sage sauce. My children loved this gnocchi too. Usually they won't eat butternut squash. This recipe is a keeper.

Posted: 04:34 pm on January 4th 2012

Re:Lemon Chicken Breasts with Capers

I thought this was a delicious alternative to my Chicken Piccata recipe which is much more fattening. I thought the flavor was great, it was easy to prepare and my family and I loved it. I used panko bread crumbs because that's all I had on hand. I also used lime zest because I had run out of lemons. It was still really good. I didn't have tooth picks either, so I used cooking twine to keep the chicken intact. I will be adding this to my favorites!

Posted: 12:07 am on June 21st 2011

Re:Snow Pea, Scallion, and Radish Salad

I liked this recipe. I made a few adjustments. I used the walnut oil but I omitted the rice wine vinegar and the sugar and instead wisked in a couple Tablespoons of freshly squeezed lemon juice. I then finished the salad with a twist of freshly ground black pepper and a pinch of sea salt. This is my favorite way of eating radishes. Normally I don't care for radishes.

Posted: 11:11 pm on June 17th 2011

Re:Lemon-Ginger Poached Halibut with Leeks & Spinach

Very Good. I made this with roasted fingerling potatoes on the side instead of the soba noodles, only because I needed to use them up and didn't have time to go to the store to buy the soba. I thought it had a wonderful flavor and very simple to make. I think I overcooked the fish, but it still came out moist.I served this dish with the recommended radish and snowpea salad. It was perfect. I used walnut oil, but I omited the rice wine vinegar and sugar and just added freshly squeezed lemon juice to the walnut oil until I thought it was balanced enough.This meal was easy, healthy, impressive and satisfying. I recommend this highly. I made it for a friend who didn't think she liked Halibut. This dish totally changed her mind!

Posted: 10:38 pm on June 17th 2011