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Recent Reviews


Re:Grilled Flank Steak with Cucumber-Yogurt Sauce

This is our new favorite marinade for flank steak. Delicious!. The meat marinated for 6 hours and it was great.


Posted: 12:17 pm on July 20th 2017

Re:French Onion Roast Chicken

This was easy and delicious. However, my onions didn't get as brown and caramelized as the photo in the magazine. Perhaps it was the pan I used (enameled cast iron) or perhaps the food stylist added a little color to the onions. Mine came out pale yellow, with bits that were more cooked when the chicken reached its temperature.


Posted: 12:21 pm on January 23rd 2017

Re:Broiled Maple-Soy Glazed Salmon

This was a tasty, easy recipe. I had all the ingredients on hand for the glaze, always a plus. I used king salmon that stood up to the broiling very well. Next time, I think I might add some grated ginger and perhaps some garlic to the glaze, maybe after the reduction.


Posted: 02:46 pm on March 19th 2016

Re:Pork Tenderloin with Pears and Cider

This recipe has quickly become a family favorite and I even made it for company. I've used all kinds of pears with it--Bartletts, Comice, as well as Anjou. Always tasty. I made it ahead by browning the tenderloins, putting them aside. Then I made the pears, put those aside. Then I made the sauce. When it was time to serve, I finished cooking the tenderloin in the oven, warmed up the sauce and the pears. I added the juices from the pork to the pan sauce.


Posted: 08:51 pm on February 28th 2014

Re:Roast Salmon with Bacon and Leeks

This was terrific. I will make more leeks next time. It was all great.


Posted: 11:51 pm on September 21st 2013