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San Diego, CA, US

Recent Reviews

Re:Kicked-Up Ketchup

I actually skipped the carmelized onions (out of the interest of time), and it was still really good. Definitely an upgrade from plain ol' ketchup!

Posted: 06:36 pm on September 8th 2008

Re:Pepper-Crusted Grill-Roasted Beef with Rosemary Chimichurri

Excellent recipe! I made this for company, and it was easy to prepare, yet so elegant and delicious. I will definitely do this one again!

Posted: 06:33 pm on September 8th 2008

Re:Rosemary Chimichurri

Really great sauce, especially good on the grilled beef roast. This chimichurri tasted better to me than others I've had previously, it had a nice balance of sharp flavors to make it very memorable.

Posted: 06:31 pm on September 8th 2008

Re:Bruschetta with Herbed Tomatoes

This is one of our favorite summer starters to show off our home-grown tomatoes. I like the rosemary-garlic oil, but it's also a fun way to use other flavored oils, too. I think the best part is the way the tomatoes are prepared, and the tomato "run-off" is used to brush the toasts.

Posted: 05:37 pm on August 20th 2008

Re:Middle Eastern Turkey Burgers

These turkey burgers are really good. Very refreshing for summer eating, definitely different from a traditional burger. I especially liked the fresh herbs in the burger.

Posted: 05:33 pm on August 20th 2008

Re:Bourbon & Brown Sugar Marinated Steak

I made this one for a party, and it was a huge hit. Everyone loved the meat and the sauce as well.

Posted: 09:47 am on August 17th 2008

Re:Roast Chicken with Rosemary-Lemon Salt

What an amazingly perfect roast chicken! I've made a lot of roast chickens so far, with all sorts of variations, but this recipe came out perfect. All of the meat was tender and juicy. I thought I'd have leftovers, but it was gone! Definitely give this a try, I don't think I'll ever roast a chicken another way again.

Posted: 01:01 am on August 7th 2008

Re:Sherry Baked Beans with Chorizo

VERY tasty! This recipe does take a lot of time; to save some energy, I did the first portion of cooking in a crockpot on high the day before, then boiled down in another pot the day of serving. We had as a simple dinner with cornbread, it was quite substantial. Will definitely make again.

Posted: 04:35 pm on June 2nd 2008

Re:Roasted Chicken Thighs, Yukon Gold Potatoes & Lemons with Cilantro Gremolata

This recipe is so good, and the roast lemons were a surprise. After roasting they are difficult to distinguish from the potatoes, but you get a nice burst of fresh citrus when you eat them. Yum!

Posted: 03:59 pm on January 11th 2008

Re:Etta’s New Crab Cakes

I tried twice to make these crab cakes. They look so lovely. It was a complete mess, total soup that I could not get to form a cake or fry, and I tried several things to get them to work. I was very disappointed.

Posted: 03:53 pm on January 11th 2008