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"This was a wonderful, silky, rich recipe for boneless short ribs. Lucky for my husband and I, we came across this recipe and had all the ingredients on hand. A couple minor tweaks, include used extra virgin olive oil (instead of canola oil), beef stock (instead of chicken stock), omitted the rosemary, doubled carrots and celery and added 1 tbsp s..."
"Very good recipe, its light, sweet and tangy. I used peanut oil and omitted the sesame seeds and scallions. Next time, like most fellow reviewers, I'll use honey instead of sugar and cut back on the oil (1/2 cup is a tad too much). Added to a mixed greens salad, with white onions, grape tomatoes and avocado (so yummy with the ginger/garlic t..."
"Another great appetizer from Barefoot. The creamy gorgonzola partnered beautifully with the peppers, capers and basil. I definitely suggest using fresh basil, over dried basil. It was a beautiful finishing touch. Chef, thank you for sharing."
"Great cookies!!! My husband is a huge peanut butter/ chocolate fan and he loved these. I used Skippy's Natural Extra Creamy peanut butter. My cookies, took longer than 15 minutes, averaging 20 - 23 minutes. Heather, thank you for a great recipe."
"Good side dish!! Flavor and texture meshed well with my entree - flounder meuniere. Also, first time I had baked my rice - provided great lightness to the dish. Thank you for sharing this recipe."
"Wonderful recipe!!! I used 2 pds - small white potatoes, sliced each into four pieces and mixed with minced garlic and extra virgin olive oil. I added plenty of salt and pepper. I baked for the full hour - flipped twice. I used a sheet pan, no foil, Once baked, I did add shaved parmesan. The potatoes were tender in the inside and crispy on the ..."
"This is definitely a Barefoot Contessa recipe!!! I used this recipe as the star dish for my Valentine's menu and it was terrific. I bought 2.5 pd filet of beef, lathered it with butter and used plenty of salt and pepper to cover all surfaces. I cooked it exactly to 22 minutes and covered as directed. The filet was expensive, but well worth it. ..."
"Great recipe!!!! I used 2 cups cremini mushrooms sliced, and added 1 cup oyster mushrooms sliced. I heated 2 cups beef stock, red wine and soy sauce, before adding to the mushroom and flour mixture. I found that heating the fluids before adding to butter/flour mixture helps the thickening process, as well as, preventing the taste of flour. I did..."
"Quick, easy and great tasting salad. I toasted the pecans for 10 minutes at 350 and as suggested by a fellow reviewer, I added blue cheese crumbles - great addition. I served it as part of my Valentine's menu - filet of beef, garlic roasted potatoes, mushroom gravy. Sharlene, thank you for the posting."
"Great recipe!!! The original recipe calls for 1 tablespoon of either brandy or cognac, as well as, 1 tablespoon of white wine (tagged as optional). I followed the recipe, minus the wine and cream and it was delicious. I used brandy and felt it was a key ingredient as it supplied an extra layer of richness to the gravy. I recommend that you do n..."