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Recent Reviews

Re:Peach-Basil Margarita

A nice blend of all the elements - basil, peach, tequila; not one flavor overwhelming.

Posted: 09:27 am on September 27th 2014

Re:Five-Spice Millionaire’s Bacon

So good! Perfect with some good whiskey.

Posted: 10:47 pm on August 14th 2014

Re:Baked Eggplant Parmesan

I followed this recipe exactly. It was a bit time consuming but not difficult. Everyone raved over it; even my picky eater. I'll make it over and over again.

Posted: 03:20 pm on August 9th 2014

Re:Five-Treasure Fried Rice

Lovely, those a bit labor intensive with all of the veggie prep. Best to get that all done before you start the cooking process, as that moves along quickly. I used tofu instead of the Canadian bacon.

Posted: 10:37 am on February 15th 2014

Re:Pasta with Pumpkin, Sausage, and Cavolo Nero

I loved the blend of flavor, and didn't feel a need to add any extra seasoning. I hesitated to make the recipe because I hate peeling winter squash. I cut it all up, then peeled each piece individually - time consuming but easier than peeing the whole pumpkin at once. Four stars only because of the extra work.

Posted: 10:36 pm on November 19th 2013

Re:How to Make a Charlotte Royale

Good and hearty; wonderful flavor. I'd use a little less sugar, but it definitely needs some.

Posted: 11:19 am on December 10th 2011

Re:Penne with Tomatoes, Artichokes & Black Olives

Quick, easy and delicious! We used fresh tomatoes from the garden. Just blanch them first to remove the skins.

Posted: 10:24 pm on September 20th 2009

Re:Plum Galette with Lemon Crust

Excellent. Much easier to make than arranging slices in a tart. Both filling and crust were very good. I used Italian prune plums. Be sure to use parchment or you will never get it off the pan.

Posted: 07:34 pm on September 15th 2009

Re:Spicy Chicken & White Bean Chili

This chili was a little plain as far as the ingredients are concerned but the flavor was complex. I don't really care for the smoky flavor of the adobo sauce but just added less. The combination of the chili and the avocado mixture was excellent, so make sure you add a generous helping of the avocado. We didn't use sour cream. I made this for my family, and was not sure the 3 teenage boys would care for it, but they ate all there was and complained that there wasn't more.

Posted: 10:59 am on December 7th 2007

Re:Spinach & Basil Salad with Tomatoes, Candied Walnuts & Warm Bacon Dressing

Each component of this recipe was good, but I didn't care for everything together. The combination of spinach, basil, and the dressing was simple and perfect, but the flavor was lost when combined with everything else.On a humorous note: One of my three teenage boys said it tasted like lawn care with dressing, but you can look at this positively if you apply the comment to freshness.

Posted: 10:35 am on December 7th 2007