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Recent Reviews


Re:Spicy Rice Noodle Stir-Fry

Very very good!


Posted: 07:41 pm on December 10th 2014

Re:Cannellini Beans over Garlic Toast

Wasn't sure I was going to like this (I'm not a ham and bean person) but it was delicious. This will become a weeknight staple.


Posted: 07:39 pm on December 10th 2014

Re:Pappardelle with Creamy Smoked Salmon, Caper, and Dill Sauce

This was very good and an unexpected weeknight dinner. Next time, though, I will toss the smoked salmon at the end. Cooking it in the skillet ruins the silky texture.


Posted: 07:37 pm on December 10th 2014

Re:Penne with Smoked Ham, Peas, and Mint

This was just average


Posted: 12:34 pm on June 19th 2014

Re:Pork Stir-Fry with Baby Bok Choy and Cashews

Quick and easy with wonderful flavor. This will be a weeknight staple in our house.


Posted: 06:52 pm on April 12th 2014

Re:Black Bean & Goat Cheese Quesadillas with Guacamole

Love these. A weeknight staple at our house.


Posted: 06:10 pm on November 26th 2012

Re:Classic Vanilla Tres Leches Cake

Not gonna lie, I had fears this cake would be soggy and flavorless. Not the case. I made it for a family dinner and everyone asked for seconds and my husband even declared it one of the top three cakes I've ever made. The only change I made was using 2 cups of heavy cream for the topping, which turned out fine. Thanks for another great recipe, Fine Cooking!


Posted: 10:30 am on June 25th 2012

Re:Classic Buttermilk Cornbread

This was a unanimous "nay" at our house. We all found it dry.


Posted: 08:18 pm on January 23rd 2012

Re:Classic Cream Scones

Yum! These turned out perfectly. I made them with dried cranberries, and next time I will add 3/4c.


Posted: 08:12 pm on January 23rd 2012

Re:White Chocolate Macadamia Cake with Raspberries and White Chocolate Buttercream

FAB-U-LOUS!! Pulled this out of an issue last year and have been waiting for a chance to make it. That chance came this Christmas. It was worth the wait!I was paranoid about the icing due to some of the reviews below so I made it EXACTLY as the recipe said and it came out great. Yes, it made too much, but I froze the leftover and plan to make cupcakes with it soon.I agree with those below to keep the nut chunks large.I used frozen raspberries (more economical). For the first layer I followed the recipe and found the jelly too gelatinous and somewhat difficult to spread. So for the second layer I spooned the jelly (I used regular Smuckers seedless) into a bowl, added some of the liquid from the frozen raspberries, and whisked it before putting in on the cake. Worked much better.


Posted: 09:57 am on December 27th 2010