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Recent Reviews


Re:New Orleans–Style BBQ Shrimp

Amazing! I used large shrimp without the heads, and it couldn't have been easier. The flavors were complex; smokey from the shell, and the lemon, butter and spices rounded out the flavor. Lots of bread needed to soak up that sauce. BTW, it's supposed to feed four, and my friend and I managed to consume the entire thing!! Yum!


Posted: 07:28 pm on April 7th 2014

Re:Individual Beef Wellingtons with Mushroom, Spinach & Blue Cheese Filling

This is as good as it gets, if you want to impress your guests! It's amazing, delicious, impressive, etc. etc. Make them a week or two ahead and freeze them, because they are time consuming. But well worth it!!


Posted: 04:08 pm on August 20th 2013

Re:Grilled Shrimp 'Margarita' with Avocados & Garden Tomatoes

This is amazing. I used the small bite cocktail plates (maybe 3x3") with the little cocktail forks, doubled the recipe and served it as an appetizer at a wedding reception yesterday. It served about 30. So delicious! People were coming back for seconds and thirds!! I will definitely make this again. One note: since you're cutting the shrimp into bite sized pieces, no need to spend the extra $$ on extra large shrimp. Get the large, which are cheaper but are just as good.


Posted: 09:01 pm on June 30th 2013

Re:Ice-Cream Sandwiches

This is a great recipe and really replicates the cookie used in an ice cream sandwich. I've made it several times. My problem was about aesthetics... They looked nothing like the photos, and the cookie was really hard to work with. I'm going to try just dolloping and spreading the cookie in individual rounds and baking, to eliminate the cracking and crumbling I experienced. Would be easier to spread ice cream on them as well. I'll let you know!!


Posted: 02:56 pm on August 31st 2012

Re:Spaghetti & Meatballs

While the meatballs were quite tasty, I added way less water and cheese, and fried them in half the oil. However, the marinara sauce is way too light to accomodate the heaviness of the meatballs, which need a saucier base. Definitely a mismatch.


Posted: 03:55 pm on January 18th 2012