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Emily Kingston

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Reviewed Walnut and Blue Cheese Grapes

Nov 21, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

The key is to let these suckers chill in the fridge for at least a few hours before you serve them. They are not half as tasty while still warm. Fun and classy combination of flavors. "Hank's Mom" is right- you have to chop up the nuts super small so that they stick to the cheese. They are a bit messy, but still fun to make. Adults will love this...

Reviewed Tomato-Basil Bread Pudding

Nov 21, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

Truly delicious comfort food. Such a great make-ahead dish. Can be super casual, or passed off as an elegant appetizer. Very easy- lots of fun and easy stuff for kids to help with. It disappears so fast, it's unreal. It almost has more of a quiche texture, than a bread pudding texture. If you're making this for kids, maybe leave out the garlic.""

Reviewed Watermelon with Watercress and Feta

Nov 21, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

Delicious. I used arugula instead of watercress. Unique, and plenty of room for improvisation. I add crumbled bacon- the crisp saltiness contrasts well with the sweet watermelon. Make the dressing portion of this ahead of time, and only add it when you're ready to serve it- that way the ingredients don't have too much time to soak up the flavors,...

Reviewed Blueberry and Thyme Collins

Nov 21, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

Absolutely amazing and gourmet. Obviously, fresh thyme is a must. Fragrant and sweet. Cut the amount of sugar in half- as you should do for almost all Giada drink recipes! While it seems like a fun, bright, summer day drink, I actually would serve this at a candlelit dinner- or maybe as a nightcap on a warm evening. It has almost a romantic quali...

Reviewed Blended Cherry Mojitos

Nov 21, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

Tastes like a summer day in the sun. Refreshing, unique, minty and sweet. As I do for almost all Giada drink recipes, I highly recommend cutting the amount of sugar in half. I garnish mine with a mint leaf to make it more fragrant. Warning: might not be a great date drink, as you tend to get specks of mint in your teeth! :-D""

Reviewed Blueberry and Thyme Collins

Nov 21, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

Absolutely amazing and gourmet. Obviously, fresh thyme is a must. Fragrant and sweet. Cut the amount of sugar in half- as you should do for almost all Giada drink recipes!""

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