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Recent Reviews

Re:Bourbon-Caramel Pumpkin Tart

Yum! I made a double recipe since I was going to a big Thanksgiving dinner and everyone loved it! I used pre-made refrigerator pie crust and skipped the pumpkin seeds to save time, and the results were totally amazing! I did cook the caramel longer than suggested.

Posted: 06:53 pm on December 2nd 2013

Re:Buttermilk Cake with Spiced Vanilla Icing

Really delicious! I doubled the spices and really liked that amount. Grating the squash is the only time-consuming part of the recipe, but I do think they add something special! I had some with the glaze and some without - it's great both ways!

Posted: 10:56 pm on February 2nd 2013

Re:Linguine with Roasted Asparagus and Almond Pesto

This is a really tasty recipe - definitely less assertive than regular pesto (which I liked), with a nutty flavor from the almonds and a great hit of acid from the tomatoes. I totally forgot about adding the extra olive oil to the pesto, and it still turned out really delicious! (Just ended up adding more pasta water to make the sauce loose enough.)

Posted: 09:50 pm on May 14th 2012

Re:Alsatian Onion Tart

Excellent dinner and actually pretty inexpensive, too (a little pricey cheese goes a long way!). It's very rich, so I would recommending serving with a salad or another vegetable (we used broccoli from our garden). Great flavor, and the crust that the recipe links to is one of the easiest crusts I've ever made! I didn't have the right pan, so I used a 10 inch springform pan and there was no problem with that.

Posted: 12:27 am on April 26th 2009

Re:Rigatoni with Summer Squash, Spicy Sausage & Goat Cheese

This recipe is awesome, although we tend to use about twice as much sausage and cheese as is called for (hellllllo, heart attack!). Anyway, the dish is like a dressed up mac and cheese and is absolutely amazing...and also a good way to use up the zucchini that is quickly taking over our garden.

Posted: 06:34 pm on July 30th 2008