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Reviewed Creamy Chicken and Pasta Salad
"This was great, but I made a few changes that I will keep next time. It only needed 1/2 of that dressing, which cut the calories in half too. And I served it with the salad on the side, rather than under it, topped with cherry tomatoes, a few toasted almonds, and a little of the pasta's dressing. The combo was pretty as well as tasty -- the sal"
Reviewed Cauliflower Gratin
"Excellent. Only made 2 subs: cinnamon for nutmeg and Panko for fresh breadcrumbs. True keeper. "
Reviewed 7-Layer Pasta Salad
"Made for a 4th of July party and it was a hit. Excellent flavors. I used diced smoked turkey but otherwise followed the recipe exactly. Definitely a keeper. I assembled all but the lettuce and tomatoes the night before and added the salad part at the last minute--good idea. Beautiful recipe. Also as a side dish, it probably serves about 15 people. "
Reviewed Ham, Swiss and Apple Wraps
"This was excellent! I made it for a picnic and it traveled well. Next time, I'm going to leave out the olive oil in the dressing because it tasted fantastic without it. Also, I didn't want to buy honey mustard because I never use it, so I substituted 2 tbl dijon mustard + 2 tbl honey + a tiny dot of mayo and the flavors were excellent. I used di"
Reviewed Roast Pork With Creamy Peas
"Amazing!! Made this for Easter lunch. I only did a few things differently: I did not wash off the rub (why would you wash off that yummy rub??) and I pureed the peas in a food processor with half the cream (I used half and half) and half the butter. I am keeping both changes; searing the pork in a nonstick meant the brown sugar didn't burn at all""
Reviewed Chile-Chicken Posole
"This was an excellent winter soup/stew. I made the prep really easy by pureeing all of the veggies (except the hominy) -- skipping the saute -- and putting everything in a crock pot on low for 10 hours. I also added 2 bone-in chicken breasts, which were very affordable, and shredded the meat at the end of the cooking process. Healthy, delicious, ""
Reviewed Turkey Picadillo Sandwiches
"Excellent! I'll be making this again. I think next time I'll add some cayenne to give it a kick.""
"Excellent recipe! I changed just a few small things to add flavor: I cooked long grain (not quick cooking -- too bland brown rice in the rice cooker with 1/2 water and 1/2 chicken broth (I'm not a vegetarian and a packet of sazon by Goya that I had left over. It turned the rice a beautiful orange and gave it a kick. I made the lentils with a broth""