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nitahousman

Scottsdale, AZ, US
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Recent Reviews


Re:Roasted Rosemary Butternut Squash & Shallots

Outstanding recipe. Served with roasted chicken. Used fresh rosemary out of the garden and subbed maple syrup (grade B) for the sugar. Truly a keeper.


Posted: 08:58 pm on November 10th 2014

Re:Basic Roasted Broccoli

Make this almost every week! Reformed my attitude towards broccoli. Now one of my favorite veges.


Posted: 10:34 pm on June 21st 2012

Re:Autumn Vegetable Soup

Excellent flavors and easy to make. Have made it several times now and it has never disappointed. Some of the changes I have made along the way and recommend: 1) I always roast the veggies @ 450 degrees for 20 minutes then just toss in the broth with the herbs/spices/kale/tomatoes/beans. 2) I sub white kidney beans 3) I sub fire roasted tomatoes 4) I add fennel to the roasted veggie mix 5) And I add either rotisserie chicken or organic jalepeno chicken sausage. Since I love lots of veggies I always end up increasing the broth and spices quite a bit until it tastes perfect. This is one of my favorite soups now and always turns out amazing!!!


Posted: 07:51 pm on December 26th 2011

Re:Orecchiette with Caramelized Onions, Green Beans, Fresh Corn & Jalapeño

WOW! Delicious!!!! Easy to make and super fresh. We halved the pasta (used organic whole wheat orecchiette) and added grilled chicken. Better than restaurant quality. I would reserve a little extra pasta water just in case if you add chicken. I used the entire 1/2 cup of liquid and wished I had more. Goes down easy with a great sauv blanc (Villa Maria $13 at Costco). Cheers! This is one of our new favorite dishes to make. Highly recommend.


Posted: 09:21 pm on June 2nd 2011