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Joined Date: Jan 24, 2010
Birthday: Jul 10
Reviewed Roasted Fresh Figs with Gorgonzola
"Quick, easy and elegant. What could be better? The addition of the fresh rosemary at the end is scrumptious and kicks the whole dish up a notch ... BAM!"
"I'm not a fan of couscous so I used a wild rice and quinoa blend and added the nuts and parsley right when time was up for cooking so they melded for about 20 minutes before everything else was done. This is an excellent meal. Thanks to Emeril for sharing!"
Reviewed Flour's Famous Banana Bread
"I'm a staunch proponent of Kona Inn's Banana Bread but have gotten tired of the use of vegetable shortening and wasn't particularly excited with the results of butter or oil in it's place. So I tried Flour's BB. Whew! You could put your face in the batter alone and inhale it! Don't let the amount of batter scare you when you put into the loaf p"
Reviewed Broiled Strawberry and Peach Kebabs
"This was easy and breezy and I was overwhelmed with how good it was. Since you're broiling sugar and butter use the aluminum foil and crimp up around the outside to keep your oven clean. Additionally, I plated these with a big dollop of whipped cream and was able to spoon some of the strawberry/peach juice over the whipped cream for a lovely look""
Reviewed Kona Inn Banana Bread
"My Mom gave me the Fannie Farmer Cookbooks when I was wee child (about 25 years ago and once I tried the Kona Inn Banana Bread recipe I never went back. I like it because you can use as written or fiddle until you find your signature. I use raisins and walnuts, cinnamon, and use 1/2 and 1/2 white and brown sugar. I also use butter or margarine ""
Reviewed Kona Inn Banana Bread
"My Mom gave me the Fannie Farmer Cookbooks when I was wee child (about 25 years ago) and once I tried the Kona Inn Banana Bread recipe I never went back. I like it because you can use as written or fiddle until you find your signature. I use raisins and walnuts, cinnamon, and use 1/2 and 1/2 white and brown sugar. I also use butter or margarine""
Reviewed Roasted Red Onions
"I love roasting vegetables. I usually add various spices to the salt and pepper depending on what I'm serving with the dish (e.g.: add dill if fish - garlic and/or rosemary if steak) but adding a pinch of sugar to the mix was delightful and certainly something I will use again! Thanks for the tip!""
Reviewed Rustic Apple Pie with Dried Cherries
"This is a super and easy dessert to whip up that will please everyone! No one needs to know how easy it is - your secret is safe with me. I've also interchanged some of the main ingredients, using pears and apples and walnuts and raisens and it's all good! Even used a pre-made piecrust (shhhh - tell them nothing!) when I needed something awesome and fast. Don't forget to use a cookie or baking sheet with a lip (and I also use parchment paper to keep the mess to the minimum) to keep all those juices off your oven floor. I say experiement with this one - you can easily make this dessert work for you!