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"A wonderful summer salad, a real classic! I cooked up the lentils on a cooler day, then just whipped up the salad in time for a hot spell. The aroma of the lentils cooking is wonderful; makes you just want to eat them then! I used feta cheese and omitted the capers since I really don't like them. Thanks so much for sharing!"
Jun 24, 2005 on Food.com
"These were delicious and quick! The skinless thighs brown well when cooked as described here, and don't taste greasy at all. Be sure to separate the cilantro leaves from the stems; I missed something in the directions and ended up using the leaves early on in the recipe instead of adding them at the end; I'm sure my dish would have had much more f..."
Jun 24, 2005 on Food.com
"This was a very tasty and healthy salad! I just couldn't use the anchovies, but I followed the rest of the recipe as posted and prepared a dressing that was not quite a 2 to 1 ratio of oil to vinegar (I like tangy flavors. I doubled the recipe and used half a can of tuna per salad. I don't know if it's traditional, but I'd love to try this with a..."
Jun 21, 2005 on Food.com
"These are absolutely fantastic; I love pickled cucumbers and these are wonderful! I especially like the unique flavor that the allspice adds; it's one of my favorite spices and it's used well in this recipe. This is definitely going to be a summer regular in my house. Thanks, Kate!"
Jun 13, 2005 on Food.com
"These are really amazing and different brownies! Definitely not an overly sweet flavor (which I prefer, and I didn't frost or sprinkle sugar on top, etc. When you're preparing these brownies it seems that there is a lot of Guinness in the recipe and the batter is really runny, but they bake absolutely perfectly in 25 minutes, as the recipe states..."
Jun 9, 2005 on Food.com
"This is so delicious! I don't care for red meat much so I used ground chicken and the parsley became cilantro because I realized too late that I didn't have the parsley. I reduced the cayenne pepper just a bit (for hubby and it was wonderful (although if I served these as an appetizer I'd make them more spicy, as the recipe is written. I also ac..."
Apr 28, 2005 on Food.com
"I got all Norman Bates with my bird and actually slashed it up in the shower as in the movie... except that I didn't have the shower on and I made sure the hubby wasn't in the house, LOL! (Just getting into the spirit... I also let mine marinate overnight and for the first hour or so I cooked it at 350 degrees F since my chicken was larger than w..."
Apr 25, 2005 on Food.com
"This is a really quick and delicious salad that makes very good use of leftover chicken breast. I had a couple already grilled, and used a combination of red leaf lettuce and spinach for the greens. The vinaigrette is absolutely to die for, and if you have really ripe raspberries, you can just crush them and shake them up with the rest of the vina..."
Apr 14, 2005 on Food.com
"Absolutely delicious fish preparation! I had already made halibut earlier in the week so I used two very large Lake Superior whitefish fillets and halved the rest of the ingredients. Love the combination of fresh herbs (and my hands smelled absolutely lovely after chopping all that greenery. The sauce of reduced pan liquid + herb butter is the be..."
Apr 13, 2005 on Food.com
"This is a really nice all-purpose grilling sauce; for my tastes I will probably half the butter with olive oil and maybe add a tiny bit of onion. I'm also going to prepare this recipe again and drizzle on some fresh peas or asparagus; I think it would make a really good butter sauce for veggies! Thanks so much, Spyder-man!"
Apr 5, 2005 on Food.com