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"This method of preparing beets works a treat. I'll never cook them any other way again. We ate ours as-is, no other embellishments, not even salt or pepper. Delicious- thanks for posting !"
"I first found this recipe on Oprah's website, I believe. Delicious combination, and it even very much pleased my husband who would ordinarily rather I gave no-meat meals a miss. Thanks for posting!"
"This soup has a lovely texture, and is an excellent way to use up left-over celeriac. Tasted "nice" but I couldn't help feeling as I was eating it that it was missing something to brighten the flavor- don't know what, however. Something slightly acidic ? Thanks for posting."
"Really nice with a cup of tea or coffee- moist and fresh ! I did not make any ingredient substitutions, but I did alter the way in which I combined ingredients. I followed what I believe is the more traditional method: creaming the butter and sugar together, then adding in the egg; whisking dry ingredients together, then adding them alternately w..."
"Delicious curry. I used pumpkin as I couldn't get any butternut squash. I bought a 600 g piece that was already seeded which gave me 4 cups. This recipe didn't turn my husband into a tofu lover, but the curry sauce was so good that he didn't mind it being meatless. I would recommend using light soy sauce (not the dark) to keep it from looking a..."
"Tasty "barbecue" flavor!! I cut marinade recipe in half and used for 2 skinless breast fillets (could easily have done 4) and marinated for 4 hours. Cooked on stovetop grill pan. I even cheated a bit,(short on time and too lazy to get out the food processor: I finely minced the garlic and ginger with a mezzaluna, and completely left out the green ..."
"Excellent bread-beautiful loaf and great flavor. I made this just as stated in the bread machine, with the exception of melting the butter first in the warmed buttermilk. Flour to liquid ratio was perfect, and raised nicely. Thanks for posting!"
"This is super! Prepared just as posted with the exception of using mirin in place of sherry (I was out). Such a pretty, easy to prepare dish; more importantly, with great depth of flavor. Thanks for posting!"
"Simple to prepare and very nice flavor (though my husband thought the sage a bit over-powering, and also preferred it without the vinegar -balsmic-, saying the onion taste got lost with it). To clarifiy, I cut my onions vertically but left the root ends intact- makes sauteeing, then transfer to baking dish much easier, and the onions halves will h..."