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Jeanne S

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Reviewed easy garlic bread

May 23, 2014 on

This is the BEST garlic bread ever!

Reviewed aromatic lamb meatballs

Mar 30, 2014 on

These were delicious! I made them as main course meatballs, so much larger. Semolina worked PERFECT for me. Texture was wonderful. I used 1/2 allspice and 1/2 ground cloves. Served with pasta topped with creamy gorgonzola sauce w/ pinenuts and rosemary. DEFINITELY will make again! Thanks Nigella!

Reviewed Fresh Blueberry Cobbler

Oct 14, 2013 in on

This was AMAZING! I made it EXACTLY like it is written: it is so easy and wonderful. Honeslty I have been making a blue berry tea cake forever (since I was a kid) and this is BETTER. I even used frozen blueberries that I picked last summer. I will definitely make it again. The buttery carmelized bits at the bottom were the best ever.

Reviewed Kale Slaw

Jul 9, 2013 in Food Network Community Toolbox on

This was good. And I'd like to thank past reviewers, especially the one who said they added pine nuts. I made the recipe and tried it as written (except 2 pieces of bacon vs one). It had a VERY raw kale taste. I kept looking at reviews b/c everyone seemed to love it. It was just ok. I LOVE kale, grow it in my garden and cook it all the time "

Reviewed Italian Sausage and Egg Bake

Sep 30, 2012 in Food Network Community Toolbox on

This was delicious! I did change a few things. First I used about 3 oz of sundried tomatoes, and that was perfect for us. You could really taste them, and I think 6 oz would be way too much. I also used breakfast sausage and used chard & kale in place of the spinach. I used 4 slices of wheat bread instead of bread called for, and mixed in the"

Reviewed Mulligatawny and Green Raita

Apr 16, 2012 in Food Network Community Toolbox on

This was great! I've never had it before but I will definitely make it again. I used a whole chicken (gave me 5 1/2 C chicken which I used it all vs. the 4 C it calls for) and I love it that the recipe has you making your own stock. The raita is FANTASTIC. I served it with brown basmatti (and added cilantro, salt and EVOO to it for flavor). N"

Reviewed Oven Fries

Mar 26, 2012 in Food Network Community Toolbox on

These were DELICIOUS! Def cook closer to 40 minutes or more, and until crispy. We LOVED these. I did add 1 t each onion and garlic powder. Other than that I made them exact. We liked them so much I made them again the next night. YUM!""

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