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"I'm so glad I found this online! I have this book and have made this cocktail often to rave reviews from my friends. I wasn't really a bloody mary fan until I had this. My addition to it is using cucumber-infused vodka rather than regular. Make a world of difference. So very fresh!"
"This was one of the best summer party appetizers I've had in a long time. Very easy, yet elegant and refreshing. Kept coming back for more...the lemon zest strips really made it. And for those folks who didn't like salmon, they simply had it without that topping and still loved it."
"After getting Australian filet mignon at the grocery store for $2.99/pound (and no, that's not a typo...it's pre-Father's Day weekend!!) I decided to search for filet recipes. This was outstanding. I can't even believe that it's even Weight Watchers-friendly (6 points, using a 5-oz. filet, for those of you who are interested). Definitely make the ..."
"What a great way to be kind to yourself and lighten up, but not sacrifice on flavor! I used ground turkey but did everything else the same, other than using olive oil spray rather than olive oil to brown the turkey, which I'm sure lightened it up even more. Comfort food, made healthy...thanks!"
"OK...ths whole idea of black beans and bananas just seemed so wacky that I had to try it. Although maybe it's a different cultural cuisine that I'm just not aware of...but am glad I tried! The recipe didn't say what to DO with the puree (do you plate the fish on top of it, spoon it over top, put it on the side?) but it doesn't really matter. I end..."
"I'm mainly reviewing the dressing, as I used it over a different type of salad. I absolutely loved the dressing! It's different from your "normal" poppy seed dressing in that it's dark due to the balsamic vinegar, but that, plus the orange juice, gives it a lovely twist. I used it on my salad (arugula, beets, craisins, goat cheese and sweet onion)..."
"You know that you've hit a winner when your guests pop these in their mouth and their eyes immediately light up. That's what happened to mine. They're simple, but oh so good. I made mine even simpler by putting the caramelized onions and cheese into pre-formed phyllo shells and then baking them. Perfectly bite-size and convenient."
"Really liked this. As I was cooking it, I wasn't too sure, but one taste and I was hooked. Especially good was the tomato/onion mixture which lent a nice zest with each bite. Served it with tomato herb rice mix. "