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"Hearty fresh fish and meat. This would probably be a great hearty meal on a fishing trip or woodsy vacation. (I think it would even work over an open fire.) I probably wouldn't generally choose this preparation at home, since the bacon and the beef broth is a bit heavy-handed for fish."
"Quick freshwater fish meal. Most of the taste is coming from the bouillion cube, so choose one with a light and not too salty seasoning mix. Be a little careful to be gentle in heating the wine and cream."
"Easy elegant freshwater fish. Probably best with a drier wine. The taste of the wine will come through, so choose a good one. I thought there was an awkward contrast between the textures of the fish and the sauce, and the raw mushrooms. I would saute the mushrooms just a smidge next time. The technique of warming and steeping the wine/cream mixtur..."
"Easy asian-influenced glaze. It's obviously to some people's taste, but for me this was much too sweet. The recipe as written does make more than enough sauce for the amount of fish. Probably best to use some of it on a side dish, rather than drowning the baked fish and overwhelming its flavor."
"Southeast asian flavor combination for snapper. Generally a pleasant dish, and easy to put together, even with the long-appearing ingredient list. We found that the proportions of the components didn't seem to match. I would make a little more dressing next time. I would also serve the fish on a small bed of the "salad" component, with more salad ..."
"Easy dressup for roast chicken. I used some breasts that we had already cooked. Very easy to let each person mix their plate to their own taste."
"Flourless coconut cookies. Pretty much a ball of toasted coconut, with the tang of lime. The poking-out ends of the coconut tend to burn, so try to make the balls as smooth as you can. I found it was easiest to put the batter in the refrigerator for a bit to stiffen before forming the cookies."
"Cold creamy tropical drink combines abundant polynesian fruits with european-introduced dairy and ice. I used half and half instead of heavy cream. I'd suggest adding the crushed ice right before you serve, rather than mixing it in before the drink is refrigerated."
"Quick and nutritious. Tastes about what you'd expect from the ingredients. The sweet plantain and the mild cheese is not my favorite combination, but it's a great easy way to use up leftovers."