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"This recipe runs a close second, barely edged out by Jeni's salty caramel ice cream. Hint: before you put the dairy products into your nonstick pan, add a thin layer of water to the pan. It won't affect the recipe and keeps the milk proteins from sticking to the bottom of the pan. If you can find tapioca starch, you will be using what Je..."
"Yes, you can make ice cream at home that tastes super-deluxe! I read a review from another site where the chef used the entire purée, apparently with great results. I instead followed the "true" directions but found the strawberry flavor weak and the color was drab, so I swirled the purée into the finished ice cream when po..."
"This is like eating out at home! I roasted the peppers under the broiler because I find holding them over a gas grill can give a bit of an off-gas flavor to the pepper. I also used fire-roasted canned tomatoes and I used a flavored vinegar as the acid instead of lime. The immersion blender comes in handy to complete the soup right in the pot. Deli..."
"This is an easy recipe and tasty (even with the regular grocery store beans). I soaked and cooked dried cannellini beans in my crock pot according to recipe#354834. This dish is good warm or cold and is great even for those of us without the bean pots or heirloom beans. Thanks for posting!"
"Simple and delicious. We enjoyed this as a cold salad, using fresh summer corn, tomatoes, and basil. If you want to make a creamy sauce, reserve 1/2 cup pasta water before draining the pasta, then mix the pasta water back into the salad. Thanks for posting!"
"We made this recipe using red peppers that we roasted ourselves. Even with the home roasting, this recipe is very quick, simple, and tastes gourmet. Try a quick vegetarian meal using this pesto with sauteed summer squash, pasta, and parmesan cheese. Thanks for posting."
"I can't think of any other cocktail that my husband not only liked, but talked about making again while we were still drinking them. We'll be making for our summer cookouts. Thanks for posting!"
"Delicious! I had everything pre-cut, which made this come together super quick (plus I used my immersion blender right in the pot). I used low sodium chicken stock rather than the water and chicken soup powder. This was quick and very tasty, two requirements for a after-work meal. Thanks for posting!"