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"I've just finished the prep phase and found an additional tablespoon of canola besides the 2 tablespoons, divided 1:1. Did I miss something? Since I haven't tasted the recipe yet, my review will follow. I have to admit it sounds great. I did add a few chopped Thai peppers, knowing that Mongolia is nowhere near Thailand but also knowi..."
"Like Bergy, I cut the recipe in half to make a meal for two. White sea bass is no more a bass than Chilean Sea bass, but both have firm white flesh and no strong-flavored lateral line. I served it with boiled red potatoes and haricots vert (French for green beans, but in fact young beans about 1/8 - inch in diameter)."
"I had a recipe for beef stuffed bell peppers once, but it disappeared. This recipe sounded close, but it had an ingredient, "maggi" that was unfamiliar. I checked my local supermarkets with no joy. I found that WalMart sold it by the case and that it was a staple of Thai food. I went to the largest Asian food market in the area and found a 27 ..."
"Overall, I thought the recipe was great. I will try a different stuffing the next time, though. I disagree with you about quail being just breast meat. The legs and thighs have great flavor and the little bits you can get from the wings are superb. Look for my posting of a photo."
"Actually, I was going to submit this, or a recipe so similar, it had to have had the same root. Instead, I submitted a photo of a single serving with asparagus and baked potato. Hopefully, they will print it. Like the author, I have no idea where I found it. My first ex-wife and I would serve this with a double recipe and a large Chateaubriand..."
"This is a great roast lamb recipe. If you worry about the amount of garlic, be assured this recipe is mild. My only problem was trying to convert Centigrade, or Celsius to Fahrenheit. I finally remembered that you multiply by 9/5 and add 32 to convert 200 degrees, C to 392 degrees, F.
I had to decide whether to stuff the rosemary sprig..."