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Miami, FL, US

Recent Reviews

Re:Fettuccine with Chicken, Goat Cheese & Spinach

pretty delicious.I have subbed chopped kale and added sliced mushrooms. regular chopped onions work well here, too. In butter and olive oil, sautee onion, mushrooms and then garlic, red pepper flakes, and then when done add cheese and wine to reduce. Add chopped kale and season. cook until wilted, add pasta and lemon juice to taste with some reserved pasta water to slacken and make creamy.Finish with parmesan and drizzle with truffle oil.

Posted: 04:14 pm on November 15th 2016

Re:Slow-Cooker Bolognese Sauce with Pancetta, Porcini, and Rosemary

Whilst authentic ragu from Bologna probably doesn't include dried and/or fresh mushrooms this was delicious. I wouldn't add the rosemary next time. The prep time for this took me slightly over an hour, but I chopped everything by hand. Next time, I'll haul out the food processor. That said, the vegetables looked nicer in the finished dish. Also, please serve this with a flat pasta. Spaghetti is from Sicily. Great recipe for the slow cooker.

Posted: 09:30 pm on April 30th 2015

Re:Double-Mushroom Ragoût

Very easy and delicious. Everyone loved this dish/sauce. Great accompaniment to roasted tenderloin. Will definitely make again.

Posted: 06:27 pm on December 26th 2013

Re:Spinach & Artichoke Dip

I made mine with thawed frozen artichokes, thawed block of cream cheese and flavored feta crumbles. Also, only used a 1/4 cup each of the mayo and sour cream. I will make again with those changes. Maybe a shallot cooked with the spinach?

Posted: 03:21 pm on February 3rd 2013

Re:Sweet Potato Cottage Pie

We thoroughly enjoyed this dish. It was delicious, plus easy to prepare. This is going into our weekly rotation. It's also a great make ahead dish. I prepared exactly as directed, but I will try some tweaks. I'm going to try adding some tomato paste to the softened vegetables and deglaze with wine. I think a bay leaf added with the meat would work, too.

Posted: 03:00 pm on November 15th 2012

Re:Pumpkin-Spice Muffins

Love these! so moist. Love the fact that this is a make ahead batter that keeps for a week. This really makes nearly 3 dozen standard muffins!

Posted: 08:58 pm on November 7th 2012