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Reviewed Green Beans with New Potatoes
"This was fantastic! Real southern flavor. I gave it a 4 only because it was really salty--next time I will use less salt, and maybe just a touch less fat. "
"I made the lamb only. It was very good. I did not really taste the garlic, but the chops were tender and succulent. Also, I like my meat well done, so I cooked it longer than Rachel suggests. I'll definitely make it again. "
Reviewed Jambalaya with Shrimp and Ham
"I've never really cared for Jambalaya. My husband is from New Orleans so I thought I'd give this recipe a try for him. I ended up liking this so much that I put leftovers in the freezer. I served them to guests later in the week, and they raved about it. Next time I'll leave out the ham, because I don't really think it made that much difference in the flavor. I used Eckridge beef sausage, and giant Shrimp (de-tailed!). Delicious!"
Reviewed Pan-Fried Trout
"I only cooked one trout, for a single serving. This was quite tasty. I will definitely make it again for myself. "
"This was REALLY, REALLY, REALLY good. The flavor was perfect! Be sure to vent the kitchen, because it can get smoky. My smoke alarm went off several times, but opening a window quickly solved this problem. I basted this well throughout the baking process using a cast iron pan to both saute and use in the oven. In my oven, I had to cook it a bit a longer for doneness, but it was delicious, moist and flavorful. Really a great way to cook cornish hens. "