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Recent Reviews

Re:Browned Cauliflower with Anchovies, Olives & Capers

Wow! This was so much better than I expected, even after reading the reviews! Not sure how large my cauliflower was, but when I went to put the rest away, my husband had finished it all! I roasted it in a little olive oil, then tossed it in the sauce with about a Tbsp of warm water added. I used tapenade, as I didn't have Kalamata olives - just saved time! A definite regular on the menu now!

Posted: 01:14 pm on August 25th 2013

Re:Classic Buttermilk Cornbread

This was excellent! I used Anson Mills cornmeal, 1/2 the sugar, as I don't like sweet cornbread, and substituted creme fraiche for the sour cream, as I had some. It was moist and tasty. I also added some Hatch chiles I wanted to use up - yummy!

Posted: 02:25 am on August 20th 2013

Re:Miso-Honey-Glazed Turnips

You can't imagine how good these taste. Even for non-turnip-lovers, the combination of sweet, salty and bitter is delicious!

Posted: 08:38 pm on June 22nd 2013

Re:Carrot and Sharp Cheddar Gratin

I loved this! Cut the carrots a little larger and still didn't need 30 min in the oven, more like 20. Next time I'll try adding chicken broth, or using a smaller pan to initially cook them so the cream doesn't cook up so fast. Yummy!

Posted: 01:44 pm on February 23rd 2013

Re:Creole-Style Shrimp Jambalaya

This was fantastic! Easy, and SO flavorful. Made it as written except that I did make a real stock the 2nd time with the shrimp shells, cooked it about 1/2 hr before adding to the shrimp and rice. I love the flavor of the stock, and just enough heat with the wonderful spicing! Will make this a lot!

Posted: 04:52 pm on February 17th 2013

Re:Pumpkin Stuffed with Everything Good

This was such a beautiful presentation! I served it with smoked turkey thighs, and it's very rich, I think better served on its own. I may try it without cheese to serve with a meat.

Posted: 01:21 pm on November 13th 2012

Re:Tabbouleh Salad with Roasted Tomatoes

where's the recipe? It doesn't come up

Posted: 07:37 pm on September 9th 2012

Re:Grilled Asian Pork Tenderloin with Peanut Sauce

This was great with the addition of red pepper and fish sauce for more balanced flavor. Next time I will cook the tenderloin whole to get more char without the chance of overcooking it.

Posted: 08:00 pm on June 26th 2012

Re:Warm Cabbage Slaw with Bacon Dressing

Simple and delicious. I had some red cabbage too, and added it - even more flavor.

Posted: 01:35 pm on February 27th 2012

Re:Sweet Potato Cottage Pie

I made this without dried fruit, as I didn't have any, and it probably would have helped balance the flavors with the sweet potatoes. Loved the flavor of the meat (with less salt) by itself, it was like piccadillo. But there weren't enough sweet potatoes to go with it, so it didn't quite meld. Next time I"ll use more, as I like the idea of this dish.

Posted: 01:55 pm on January 29th 2012