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Reviewed Winter Panzanella
"A bit sweet, more exact measurements would have been more helpful but generally good, rich and filling. Next time, I think I will use less honey and allow the dressing and ingredients to meld a little longer.""
Reviewed Garlic Yukon Gold Mashed Potatoes
"We followed this recipe exactly only to find this was too salty for our personal tastes. We've lived on the coast for decades and know what salt water tastes like. It's not what we want our mashed potatoes to taste like. Respecting Anne's recipe, we followed it as she suggested. The texture and the garlic influence was fine, however, we felt t"
Reviewed Chocolate Orange Mousse
"This is a classic! As Ina's Chocolate Orange Mousse is also rich and decadent, we have this on special occasions. The combination of the orange flavorings (especially the Grand Marnier) and the good chocolate are a match made in heaven. I hope the budding gourmets out there will give this one a try. Follow the directions exactly and don't forget the good ingredients. One taste and you will think you're in Paris!"
"We LOVE this meatloaf and it has become our 'go-to' meatloaf when we crave this type of comfort food. Serve up some buttery, creamy mashed potatoes and a green vegetable and you've got a winner! I first found this recipe in Paula's "The Lady and Sons Savannah Country Cookbook" and make it exactly as the recipe states. I can always count on Paula for an easy, budget-friendly and delicious dish to serve at our table."
Reviewed Mussels in White Wine
"Wow! I'd give this six starts if I could! My husband requests this meal whenever we can find fresh mussels. Thankfully, they are easy to find where we live and quite reasonable. Saffron is expensive but I bought a small pack just for this recipe and so far, it has been enough for four meals. I took Ina's suggestion from her Barefoot in Paris cookbook and served this with linguine and crusty bread. Ina, thanks, you're the best!
Reviewed Scallops Provencal
""It doesn't get easier than this!" (As stated by Ina in her cookbook.) Follow Ina's simple directions, get 'good' fresh ingredients and you will produce an impressive, delicious gourmet meal. This recipe is perfect for someone just starting to explore finer cuisine and also for someone with experience. I have Ina's cookbook, Barefoot in Paris, and she suggests a simple basmati rice and a dry white wine with this meal. Perfection!