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jdrew

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Recent Reviews


Re:Roasted Fennel with Asiago and Thyme

This is delicious! We liked it so much that it only served two. It's a tad salty so it would be best as a complement to something less so.


Posted: 09:53 pm on September 17th 2011

Re:Chocolate-Pomegranate Torte

This cake is crazy good. The tartness of the pomegranate jelly is the perfect complement to bittersweet chocolate. (I used Scharffen Berger.) This recipe is totally worth the time it takes, in my book. As for the jelly cooking time mentioned in other reviews, I followed the timing in the recipe, and though the jelly did not gel while I was reducing it, it did gel a while after I put it on the cake.


Posted: 11:54 pm on December 5th 2010

Re:Seared Sea Bass with Spicy Lemongrass Crust

This is really delicious, even without the sauce. I made it with black cod which is comparably rich and buttery as seabass. Easy enough for a weeknight.


Posted: 11:50 pm on March 20th 2010

Re:Pan-Seared Arctic Char with Olives and Potatoes

This dish is outstanding. I have to quadruple the amount of potatoes, because my family can't seem to get enough of them.


Posted: 11:46 am on March 15th 2010

Re:Sweet-Sour Red Cabbage

1 cup of sugar??!! I added only 3/4 cups of sugar and found it cloyingly, almost inedibly sweet.


Posted: 07:30 pm on December 22nd 2009

Re:Spinach & Artichoke Dip

I approached this recipe with trepidation since it seemed a bit old-school. But it is definitely an improvement over artichoke dips and spinach dips of yore. It was a huge hit at Christmas, and is incredibly easy to put together. After making it a few times I've found that I prefer it with half as much mayo and sour cream. (I just double all of the other ingredients, and leave those as they are.)


Posted: 01:51 am on February 24th 2009

Re:Tuscan Peasant Soup with Rosemary & Pancetta

This is now my favorite soup in my repertoire.


Posted: 12:21 am on February 23rd 2009