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Ridge, NY, US

Recent Reviews

Re:Orecchiette with Leeks, Spinach, Sausage, and Peas

Wow this was yummy. Perfect with the hot sausage. Definitely needed the cup of pasta water. Very good say and perfect springlike meal. I also used fresh pasta- made it that much yummier.

Posted: 09:00 pm on April 13th 2017

Re:Grilled Chile-Spiced Pork Tenderloins

Made this tonight. Amazing and easy. I used Ancho chili powder ground from dried whole ones. The only thing I would change is to make it a tad spicier. It didn't have much kick. I fully recommend this one with the Mexican Rice. Yummy

Posted: 10:14 pm on April 12th 2017

Re:Mexican Tomato Rice & Beans Recipe

Made this tonight with the chili-spiced pork tenderloin in Apr/May 17 issue. Excellent just added some lime juice and salt. Goes great with the pork.

Posted: 10:06 pm on April 12th 2017

Re:Chile-Rubbed Braised Beef

Rave reviews from the family. I had used a 3 lb roast so now Ihave extra rb. Yaay. This was so tender and fkavorful. Made with orzo and green beans. Absolutely delicious.

Posted: 07:46 pm on March 9th 2017

Re:Braised Chicken Legs with White Wine, Bacon, Cipolline Onions & Mushrooms

very flavorful. Excellent. Not too difficult at all. Rave reviews from family.

Posted: 12:39 pm on April 5th 2016

Re:Honey-Lime Chicken Wings

Excellent. By far one of the best recipes yet. Do make sure you boil the sauce down first. Yummy!!!!!!

Posted: 11:12 pm on August 26th 2015

Re:Spicy Sausage, Escarole & White Bean Stew

I want to try this recipe but am leary of only 1 cup of stock. Is it really only one cup?

Posted: 12:28 pm on January 15th 2012

Re:Fresh Ham with Rosemary, Garlic, and Lemon

This is fabulous recipe and am making it for Easter Dinner. I might even try it in an oven bag. Any thoughts on that ideas?Joyfull, I was very surpised you used this forum to share your point of view and that of one show that you saw on TV. It is important to be concious of where we buy our products these days. If that was your meaning, I understand. If you investigate further, ALL animals kept for human consumption are kept the same way, Veal, chickens, cows - check out some news clips on cow slaughter and you will never eat beef again. Also what the meat packers put into the hamburgers you buy in the frozen food section - read the ingredients. How about how we treat race horses, those that do not win, get PACKED on a truck for Canada slaughter and some don't survive the trip from trampling and dehydration. I understand your thoughts, but that is just one viewpoint that you saw, do some more research. I am not a vegetarian but am selective with my purchases. Such as I have my own beef ground by the butcher. Has anyone bought a puppy from a pet store? Do you know how that puppy was produced? By mass breeding of one female kept in a tiny cage with no human contact, bred time and time again to produce puppies. As an educator, it is important to research your viewpoint thoroughy before sharing. :) Sorry everyone, but I just had to say something.

Posted: 08:09 pm on April 21st 2011

Re:Beef & Black Bean Chili with Chipotle & Avocado

I made this last weekend when it was in the teens outside. Brrr. Awesome!!! I did not put in the full amount of the Chili powder only half. If I want it hotter, I can add more next time. For me it was just the right "kick" with 1.5 tbsp of powder. Really delicious

Posted: 11:26 pm on January 9th 2010