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Joined Date: Feb 20, 2005
Reviewed Poached Egg Tips
"I always follow Alton's method for cooking the perfect hard boiled egg so I expected this to be the perfect method for poached eggs. I let my eggs sit for 8 minutes and they were overdone. Other than the timing, this is the method I will use from now on. I'll just try 6 minutes next time to make sure I get a runny yolk."
"It's very good, but needs an adjustment on the level of salt--maybe 1/3 reduction for 1-1/2" thick pork chops. I didn't have fennel pollen but the toasted ground fennel seeds were surprisingly delicious as the crust. This was my first time making slow-cooking polenta and I really should have read the instruction about adding the corn meal slowly. "
Reviewed Poinsettia Cocktail
"We were looking for a quick and easy recipe for a holiday party and this fit the bill. Our guests loved it! We used all natural cranberry-pomegranate juice (Northland) and topped it off with extra sparkling wine for fizz. It was a festive color and delicious. Definitely a keeper."
Reviewed The Shrimp Cocktail
"After making this recipe, I'll never boil shrimp again. Brined and broiled shrimp have so much more flavor. I skip the cocktail sauce and use them as the perfect garnish to a spicy Bloody Mary. ""
"These are fabulous pancakes! After barely mixing the batter I let it sit while the electric skillet heated to 375. The texture of the pancakes was perfect -- crisp and light. I put fresh raspberries into the batter and saved a few for the top. I'm glad I read the comment about using maple syrup instead of lemon curd as I didn't have any curd. Next"
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