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    Reviewed Bourride Sètoise - Provence Fish Soup With Aïoli

    Tuesday, Apr 17, 2012 on
     |  4 Reviews  |  By French Tart
    LinMarie says:

    "I last ate fish soup in 2001, in Rayol Canadel sur Mer, France, at a small B&B called 'Le Relais des Maures'. (In fact, I just checked, and it's still there .. 1 Avenue Charles Koecklin, 83820 Rayol-Canadel-sur-Mer, France). We arrived late in the evening, and past eleven, were served the only remaining offering from the kitchen, Fish Soup. This w..."

    Reviewed Cheesy Chicken Breast

    Thursday, Feb 14, 2008 on
     |  20 Reviews  |  By Expat in Holland
    LinMarie says:

    "This is very easy to make and my family loved it. I would never have thought to add cheese to chicken breading but for some reason it makes the chicken very tender. I just put any kind of cheese I have and it's always yummy. thanks"

    Reviewed Pot Roast with gravy - Indian style

    Saturday, Feb 4, 2006 on
     |  (1 person found this helpful) |  5 Reviews  |  By Girl from India
    LinMarie says:

    "Absolutely scrumpscious! I have never made an Indian beef recipe and I am amazed at how delicious this was! I cooked the beef in the oven like a pot roast, and I also skipped all the straining steps, since I toasted the spices and rubbed them into the meat. I wasn't sure what you meant by pepper powder, so I used a mixture of Paprika, Chili powder..."

    Reviewed Lasagna Supremo (The Best Lasagna Ever!)

    Tuesday, Oct 25, 2005 on
     |  130 Reviews  |  By Alan Leonetti
    LinMarie says:

    "I also have to admit I found the instructions a bit hard to follow (just because they were long) and ended up missing a few steps in my haste, and it took me two days to finally complete it, But, we loved the anticipation of waiting to see how it came out, given my history of not-so-great lasagnas and most importantly, never making a lasagna that ..."


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