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Reviewed Szechuan Noodles
"Ina should stick to French, New England, and Jewish recipes. This one is not at all Chinese. There's too much ginger and sesame oil and soy sauce, vodka should be used instead of sherry, salad oil and any kind of vinegar are out of place, Asian wheat noodles (like the Japanese udon) should be used instead of spaghetti, the scallions should be omitted, and extra ingredients should be limited to a simple topping of slivered cucumber and carrot.
Reviewed Potato and Poblano Gratin
"Excellent taste and basic idea, but potatoes were too firm. More liquid is needed, just as for scalloped potatoes, which is what this recipe is basically for. Poblanos should be diced, not cut in long strips, as was demonstrated on TV. In strips, they are stringy. The TV program also showed the cook creating potato slices that were about 1/4 inch thick, which is much too thick. I also recommend omitting the corn. It becomes too chewy in the amount of time required to cook the potatoes.