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tjordan125

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Recent Reviews


Re:Grilled Butter Lettuce with Buttermilk-Chive Dressing

I have made this 3 times now and find it to be delicious! Just make sure your heads of lettuce are firm enough to stay together, and serve immediately while still warm. The dressing is perfect with it!


Posted: 05:02 pm on July 14th 2011

Re:Mashed Parsnips with Lemon and Herbs

Very good, and an unusual taste. It's also rather rich. A good accompaniment to beef, in my opinion. I will definitely make this again.


Posted: 09:53 am on December 18th 2009

Re:Gingerbread Cake with Root-Beer-Poached Pears

The poached pears were delicious, but I did have to turn them and let them go another 10 minutes for them to be thoroughly poached. By chance I used an extra-deep 8x8 pan I have for the cake, and I'm glad I did or mine would have overflowed too. And, the center caved in so I think there's too much baking soda called for. The flavor was good and all my kids liked it anyway, but I thought it was more sugary/caramelly/something than gingery. I'm going to try it again just because everybody liked it, but it's not the recipe to make if you're looking for a classic gingerbread.


Posted: 01:17 pm on November 19th 2009

Re:Port Ganache-Glazed Brownies with Dried Cherries

This is a great recipe. I've made it both with and without the cherries. I don't like fruit in my chocolate desserts generally, which is why I first made it without the cherries, but the ganache does not have much flavor besides chocolate, so the cherries really make it special. Without cherries, I would give it a 3-1/2, with cherries a solid 5!


Posted: 11:10 am on August 28th 2009