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"I am always delighted by simple recipes for kitchen basics, and this is no exception. While not entirely made from scratch, the end product is noticeably fresher tasting than its store bought compatriot. Especially so if you prefer your tartar sauce on the chunky side - the fresh pickles really add a satisfying crunch to the proceeding. The overal..."
Jan 26, 2011 on Food.com
"A delightful, simple recipe that scores not only on taste, but also by showing how inferior store bought products are. Even the typical excuse of convenience falls by the wayside, particularly when the results are this good."
Sep 21, 2010 on Food.com
"A fine easy recipe with some exotic ingredients (e.g., mustard seeds and coconut milk. Great comfort food between the rich sweetness of the milk, the earthy tones of the spinach, lentils and cashes, and the hint of savory from the lime and mustard seeds. Like other reviewers have noted, providing cut limes on serving would make a good dish a grea..."
Jun 10, 2010 on Food.com
"I very much enjoyed this easy to make recipe. Texturally, the pepper and onion provide the crunch, and the black eyed peas provide the weightiness we expect from comfort food. The marinade was excellent, perfectly complimenting the beans in a clean, refreshing, palate piquing way. Recommended."
Jun 2, 2010 on Food.com
"I very much enjoyed this intriguing collection of flavors and textures. I used whole wheat pasta which seems to contribute a welcome darker, grainier taste to the dish. The vegetables provide not only contrasting textures (each is distinct in its own right, as well as contribute to the burnished taste of the dish. The oranges provide the "Ah-ha!"..."
Jun 1, 2010 on Food.com
"Very easy recipe with delicious and all natural results! I don't see me ever going back to commercial peanut butter again. Highly recommended."
May 31, 2010 on Food.com
"A nice surprise - normally mint-based pies go so heavily overboard on the mint that the results are lopsided and unenjoyable. Such is not the case here, where the mint from the the Andes candies and the extract is much more subtle, and therefore pleasing to the palate. Combine this with the chocolate pudding and crust and you've a winning combinat..."
May 9, 2010 on Food.com
"No stars yet simply due to my error. I didn't realize chocolate was so adverse to water, so I didn't fully dry the strawberries once I'd washed them. This caused the chocolate to harden and basically became unusable pretty quickly. The strawberries I was able to coat tasted delicious, even though they didn't look as they should. Will definitely tr..."
May 4, 2010 on Food.com
"What a delightful and easy to make recipe! The idea of pairing orange and chocolate intrigued me, so I had to try it. It is well named as both tastes vie for your palate's attention. Wonderful savory and tart orange plays off well against the mellowly sweet chocolate, making this a very pleasing way to round out a meal. Absolutely recommended...."
Apr 26, 2010 on Food.com
"Having tried and enjoyed littlemafia's Cinnamon Coffee, I decided to give the cardamom version a try. Very good indeed, particularly if you like your coffee black (as I do. The cardamom was not immediately obvious, but registered when my palate noticed there was something almost savory in the proceedings. Great for a change of pace from the tradi..."
Apr 1, 2010 on Food.com