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Reviewed Welsh Rarebit
"You can make a really great dinner by spooning this over a baked potato and some steamed broccoli. Add a salad of mixed citrus fruits or maybe a thin-sliced fennel and grapefruit vinaigrette to balance out the rich cheese. Oh, yum!"
"This sauce is brilliant!!! After trying this sandwich the first time, I became so crazed for more that I took shortcuts, like using a high quality pre-made waffle in the deli section and a high quality frozen breaded chicken breast because I simply couldn't wait to get my fix. But now I have plans to experiment with using the sauce in other ways"
"A very nice American-style gazpacho. Not quite as good as a Spanish gazpacho with bread crumbs, but very pleasant. I cut some of the peel off of the cucumber as it was too tough. I used only 1/4 of a red onion as others suggested. Also used half balsamic and half champagne vinegar -- very good. Warning: this makes a lot of soup! Also, I fel"
Reviewed American Macaroni Salad
"Great for dieters! You don't really need to drench this salad with dressing. I needed only 4 teasp. of dressing for a big plateful of pasta. Just wait until shortly before eating to dress it lightly. I also used low-fat sour cream, used a little less sugar and a little more vinegar for zip -- it was perfect and only a couple calories per servi"
Reviewed Moroccan Chicken Tajine
"I expected something more delicious and exotic that this actually was. I followed the recipe exactly with the exception that I cut the salt in half, as recommended. The dish tasted somewhat like Italian chicken piccata, but the flavors were much darker and muddier, not light and fresh like piccata. The heavy muddiness of the flavors left us sat""
"This was an excellent soup, but being accustomed to a slightly sweeter soup, I don't think that I would again make this recipe as printed. The potato in this soup helped to make it more savory; I like squash soup with a little apple in it, making it slightly sweet. Other than that, the taste was fresh and clean and delicious. I put out several ""
Reviewed Apricot Couscous
"Absolutely wonderful. I used this as our main entree, instead of traditional pasta, and got three servings. The play of the onions opposite the apricots is really delightful. The lemon is the crowning touch. I couldn't find my bag of couscous, so I used a box of Near East Toasted Pine Nut Couscous instead, and it was just fine."
Reviewed Cherry Pie
"Horrible! The cherries didn't cook fully, there were still white bits of quick-cook tapioca in them, and the crust burned and fell apart. I followed instructions to the t, and I used an oven thermometer. It makes me angry because this was a waste of expensive fresh cherries and a waste of the large amount of time that it took to hand pit them."