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ceilidhsmith

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Recent Reviews


Re:Pumpkin Panna Cotta with Apple Cider Sauce

These were so easy to make! Unlike some of the other commenters, I enjoyed the apple cider sauce and didn't find the apple cider vinegar overpowering. I made the recipe exactly as written, except for the fact that I just left the panna cottas in the ramekins and served them with the sauce atop, similar to a creme brle. My brother commented how you could really taste the pumpkin in the panna cotta, which is great. Definitely make this again!


Posted: 09:29 pm on October 6th 2016

Re:Arctic Char with Tahini Sauce, Nuts, and Herbs

I really enjoyed this. I couldn't find any arctic char (apparently it's hard to get around my areaI checked 3 different stores!), so I used atlantic salmon instead. It was great. Very filling. I served with steamed cardamom carrots. Delicious. I'll definitely be making again!


Posted: 04:11 pm on March 30th 2015

Re:Overnight Gingerbread Steel-Cut Oatmeal

I enjoyed this oatmeal. It was very easy to make and tasted delicious. It would be perfect for a Christmas morning breakfast or for over the holidays, but really is great for any time during the winter months. Surprisingly, I quite enjoyed the addition of the crystallized ginger and raisins which I was originally going to omit. The heavy cream poured over top is a bonus as well. I halved the recipe, which was easy enough, as it was just for my husband and I. Next time I might try making the whole recipe and keep the rest as leftovers to reheat the next day. I would definitely make this again.


Posted: 08:56 am on January 11th 2014

Re:Sweet and Spicy Sesame Chicken Kebabs

Super easy to make and tastes great! I cooked the chicken at 425, then cut it up and dipped in sauce before putting on skewers. I then put the skewers in the oven for ~ 5 minutes to heat/cook sauce. Turned out great. I served with coconut rice -- cook long grain white rice in coconut water instead of H2O. Delicious!


Posted: 04:53 pm on April 16th 2013

Re:How To Make Classic Croissants

I didn't realize what I hassle these would be to make, but they turned out deliciously! I originally just read the top portion of the recipe that said you had to refrigerate overnight, not realizing this was a 3-day process! I only set the dough in the fridge for one night, and the two day recipe turned out just fine. Give yourself lots of time to roll out the dough...it definitely got my muscles working! Absolutely scrumptious!


Posted: 02:04 pm on January 22nd 2012