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Recent Reviews


Re:Chicken Noodle Soup with Baby Bok Choy and Shiitake

1820 mg sodium per serving?


Posted: 06:44 pm on January 27th 2017

Re:Bacon-Wrapped Meatloaf with Bell Peppers

This looks pretty good but I will probably never make it because FC's Bacon-Wrapped Meatloaf with mushrooms and sherry gravy is so delicious I will never make another meatloaf recipe other than that!


Posted: 11:31 am on February 17th 2014

Re:Stir-Fried Asparagus and Shiitake with Ginger and Sesame

Stir-fried some shrimp, removed to a plate and then made this in the same pan, adding the shrimp back in at the end. Very quick, easy, and yummy dinner. Can't wait to have the leftovers for lunch tomorrow!


Posted: 09:30 pm on March 29th 2012

Re:Beer-Brined Butterflied Chicken

I have made this many times and it is always so good. I recently used the brine for grilled chicken wings. Yummmmmmm.


Posted: 01:27 pm on July 18th 2011

Re:Blueberry Streusel Bars with Lemon-Cream Filling

Our go-to recipe for dessert at our annual 4th of July barbecue. We'd have a lot of disappointed guests if we didn't make them again, they are always a hit.


Posted: 07:16 pm on June 26th 2011

Re:Strawberries and Corn-Cream Layer Cake with White Chocolate Cap’n Crunch Crumbs

I cannot wait to make this! Just as soon as I clear some room in my freezer.........


Posted: 11:27 am on May 17th 2011

Re:Classic Beef Wellington Recipe

Made this for New Year's Eve dinner party and everyone loved it. Started two days ahead with the stock, and the pate and duxelles the day before. The pate recipe was a little different (not something you want people to watch you make - ick) but turned out very good. The crepes were an unusual step but a great idea to keep the pastry from getting soggy. The end result, you really didn't notice they were there. The step-by-step instructions made it a breeze to put together. Not only was it delicious it was a culinary work of art--it looked beautiful! Thanks Fine Cooking for making me look like a pro!


Posted: 01:04 pm on January 7th 2011