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    Reviewed Garlic Crust Prime Rib

    Thursday, Jan 29, 2015 on

    It was absolutely luscious! I had a 4-5 lb. roast, rolled and tied. Not sure anymore what cut it was but I had moderate expectations and thought I may as well try to make a silk purse out of a pig';s ear. It worked! The timing for medium-rare was perfect, the meat nearly as tender as prime rib, and the crust set this apart from any prime ...

    Reviewed Ww Honey-Glazed Salmon With Wasabi - 4 Points

    Thursday, Jan 8, 2015 on

    Sensational sauce! I let it simmer till it was quite syrupy and then poured it over the pan-roasted salmon. I actually had all the ingredients on hand, so I made it exactly as written. Easy-peasy. Thanks Teresa!"

    Reviewed Sweet Hot Spiced Nuts

    Friday, Dec 26, 2014 on

    Tantalizing! Sweet, hot, very crisp; fast and easy to make. Can';t ask for more!"

    Shared Recipe Mama Prudhomme's Sticky Roasted Chicken

    Sunday, Nov 30, 2014 on

    "Printed in a newspaper about 25 years ago, we have treasured this recipe. In fact, my most effective threat to set things right in the family was threatening to throw out this recipe! It was attributed to Paul P.'s mother. It is borderline hot, fall-apart luscious, crispy skin with a killer gravy. I have made slight changes, such as using a 6#..."

    Reviewed Ground Pork and Potato Balls

    Sunday, Aug 10, 2014 on

    When I began writing my review, I discovered that I had reviewed this in 2004, and forgot all about it! I "found" the recipe again and still agree with my comments, but will expound on them. It is delicious, in the way Swedish Meatballs are delicious, but better. Love the finely grated potato addition; it lightens the density. However, I squ...

    Favorited Chef

    Wednesday, May 21, 2014 on

    Saved Recipe Lacarno Potroasted Kid by Coasty

    Thursday, Feb 13, 2014 on

    Reviewed Prime Rib Roast

    Thursday, Dec 26, 2013 on

    I have been making this roast every Christmas for 6 years. Perfectly done every time. However I thickly rub on a spice blend instead of your spice (which I know is wonderful despite its simplicity). Serve with Yorkshire Pudding aka Popovers and a luxurious Creamed Spinach, Recipe #77206, and you have a meal worthy of Charles Dickens! Thank you...

    Reviewed Cornish Game Hens With Peach Glaze

    Tuesday, Dec 24, 2013 on

    I used apricot jam. The "gravy" was simply delicious: not cloyingly sweet, not greasy from the butter, just smooth and flavorful. After brining, I let the hens marinate in the glaze for 2 hours or so before baking, as suggested by another reviewer. I believe I will kick it up next time with some brandy and a considerable amount of cayenne in...

    Reviewed Simmered Lamb Shanks

    Tuesday, Dec 3, 2013 on

    I browned the baby lamb shanks and ribs in a cast iron pan then added them to the other ingredients in a Roemertopf (clay cooker) in a 300'; oven for close to 3 hours. It was easy and delicious. Very nice recipe."

    Reviewed Baba Ganoush - the Best in the World!

    Thursday, Aug 1, 2013 on

    Delicious, straightforward recipe. After grilling and peeling, the eggplant released much moisture which I included in the mix. It is perfect dipping consistency. Instead of olive oil, I added the sesame oil which rests atop the sesame paste, enhancing the exotic flavor. Our palates call for more garlic and more cumin, but go easy on those unt...

    Reviewed Mama Stamberg's Cranberry Relish Recipe

    Thursday, Aug 1, 2013 on

    Oh my gosh! I';ve heard about this for years also, but as no holiday dinner is in play I determined to give it a try. This is mid-summer, in GA, and I';ve just got to get those cranberries out of the freezer! I whipped this recipe up, approximating quantities, and it is just LUSCIOUS! It has not even made it back into the freezer per...

    Saved Recipe Mama Stamberg's Cranberry Relish Recipe by KelBel

    Thursday, Aug 1, 2013 on

    Saved Recipe All-Purpose Stir-Fry Sauce (Brown Garlic Sauce) by Connie K

    Thursday, Aug 1, 2013 on

    Reviewed Squid Stewed With Tomatoes, White Wine and Black Olives

    Wednesday, Jul 31, 2013 on

    This is an acceptable dish. As I began cooking according to the directions, I realized there was no provision for when to add the olives, zest and lemon juice. Also, the reference to pepperoncini threw me off, but I am sure that meant the red pepper."

    Reviewed Oven Crisp Chicken Wings

    Tuesday, Jul 30, 2013 on

    Excellent! Recipe works as printed, and it turns out delicious crispy wings as promised. Temperature and timing were spot on. Thank you Marie!"

    Saved Recipe Zucchini Quiche by Theresa P

    Sunday, Jul 21, 2013 on

    Saved Recipe Real Spanish Gazpacho from Spain by MumofJuan

    Wednesday, Jul 17, 2013 on

    Reviewed Auberge Blend - Herbes De Provence

    Monday, Jul 8, 2013 on

    Somehow I have managed to live without Herbes de Provence, but no longer! What a spectacular combination, with lavender sounding the high note. In an attempt to use my overabundant zucchini I listlessly prepared a tart with it today. The recipe, however, called for this spice blend. Oooh, maybe this will surprise me! I had all but chervil ...

    Reviewed Award Winning Chili

    Saturday, May 25, 2013 on

    There are so many great chili recipes around, but I was intrigued with the stellar reviews of this recipe. Curiously, there is no call for cocoa, expresso, cinnamon, corn meal or other unexpected ingredients. Since we had ground venison on hand this recipe was a natural. I gave it a try as printed, figuring there are so many ways to fix it sho...

    Reviewed All Purpose Green Tea Sauce

    Thursday, May 23, 2013 on

    Thanks for sharing, Lynn. This would require a lot of tweaking to suit our taste, but there are too many strong ingredients for me to try to adjust the balance among them. I let it sit, then, for a week or so to marry the flavors but to no avail. If I were to try again, I';d cut way back on garlic and increase the oil to form an emulsion....

    Reviewed Green Papaya Salad Ala Bobby Flay

    Wednesday, Apr 10, 2013 on

    So satisfying! I don';t measure too carefully, but it is perfect...and probably would be with other slight variations in the proportions. Otherwise, I used all the ingredients listed, but added fresh Thai basil and cooked shrimp. It gave me the opportunity to run my new food processor thru its various shredding discs. They all would have ...

    Shared Recipe Mother's Sticky Roasted Chicken (Cajun)

    Wednesday, Apr 10, 2013 on

    "Cut this out of a newspaper decades ago, and is still one of our special, favorite meals. The article stated it is Paul Prudhomme's mother's recipe, but that was before we hardly knew who HE was! As a testament to how valued this recipe is, I will tell you that my husband had one day pushed me to my ultimate limit and I threw the recipe out! Wow..."

    Reviewed Easy Candied Walnuts

    Sunday, Dec 23, 2012 on

    Ya did it again, Kittencal! After checking beaucoup recipes for this simple item, I followed my gut and trusted you. You've got a track record in this kitchen! They are so crispy with thin, crackly puddles of caramelized sugar around each one. Oooh wow! Aside from vouchsafeing them from lurking evil agents, I am wondering how to preserve that...

    Reviewed Linzer Torte Cookies

    Sunday, Dec 16, 2012 on

    What a find! These cookies are so much like our family's traditional Christmas Linzer Torte, which is a beast to make. There are so many advantages to having it all in cookie form, but I won't enumerate them here.

    So, taking from our recipe, I added 1 -2 T. rum, and about 1 T cocoa powder. Hazelnuts are THE nut to use if you possibly...

    Reviewed Braised Lamb Shoulder Chops

    Sunday, Dec 9, 2012 on

    Excellent! Luscious! The changes we made: omitted curry powder and celery, and we braised it in the oven at 350' for an hour. We kept it warm for another 2 hours till dinnertime, and it was fall-apart luscious. The bites that contain lemon are downright startling. Next time we will add the entire lemon, finely sliced. What a kaleidoscope of...

    Reviewed Zucchini Blossoms With Boursin and Fresh Tomato Vinaigrette

    Tuesday, Jun 19, 2012 on

    A shame no-one has reviewed this. Easy, (can be) low-fat, quite a sensation. I did, however, change a few things. No Boursin handy so I finely chopped many fresh herbs incl. chives for the oniony bite, S & P, and added it to low-fat cream cheese. If no chives, you may add a very little minced garlic. The flavors blended overnight. You kind ...

    Reviewed Jerusalem Artichoke Patties

    Friday, Mar 23, 2012 on

    We always have an overabundance of J.A.s, and keeping the patch w/in bounds is a problem but I wouldn't consider eliminating them. This is such a delicious use of them! I did juggle the quantities a bit, but only b/c I'm not accustomed to measuring. Salt and additional hot sauce was needed to suit us. And I might add some fresh herbs next tim...

    Favorited Chef Molly53

    Wednesday, Jan 12, 2011 on

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