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Reviewed Lemon Chicken with Croutons
"I've been wanting to try this recipe for a while. I watched the episode a long time ago; then it came up again.
I have rarely, if ever, roasted a chicken (25# turkey, yes, little chicken? I don't remember!)
This was so good; juicy, flavorful, and my croutons were the best!
I used a Meyer lemon from my tree, and added fresh rosemary and thyme to "
Reviewed Black Bean and Corn Salad
"This is so easy and as Rachel would say... "YUMMO!" I added a little cilantro as I had some in the freezer. I mixed it up and tasted it - great. Then I made the mistake of sticking it in the fridge with the spoon in it... kept going back to it. Had to take the spoon out so there will be some left for supper! Nice light dish to go with bee"
Reviewed Lamb Shoulder Chops with Red Wine
"Great recipe! This was my first attempt at cooking lamb. I've seen several shows (Anne Burrell) cooking lamb roast and shoulder chops. Have not yet made the investment to cook the delectable medium rare lamb chops.
So, when my local market had very nice looking lamb shoulder chops on sale for $3.99 per pound, I bought a package. I then searche""
Reviewed Lobster Corn Chowder
"Yummy! I live in the FL Keys, so snorkeled for my lobster today. We have the spiny lobsters here, so only the tail meat is used. I do make stock out of the bodies, but that is another recipe! I used 6 legal sized tails for this recipe. That is plenty of lobster in the soup. The creme sherry is very distinctive; both the flavor and aroma in t""
I come from a family of good cooks. Mom, Aunts, Grandmothers - all good, basic cooks. But I'm the adventurous one. I've taken the basics they've taught me and stepped it up. I grow my own fresh herbs and love to cook with them. I watch a lot of the Food Network shows. Mostly what I take away from the shows are methods, flavor profiles, etc. Unless it's baking, I usually use a recipe as a basic guideline for flavor combinations and amounts, such as how much liquid component to a sauce vs the tickening agent. Then I put my own twist on it.