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Reviewed Finnish Pancake
"Both my wife and I have had Finnish pancake recipes almost exactly like this handed down to us by our families, and we both love this! Her family called it "Panu paku" (apparently a mispronunciation of pannukakku), and my family called it "Big Dutch Babies." Interestingly, we were both introduced to this with canned peaches in heavy syrup as the ..."
Reviewed Lemon Fusilli with Arugula
"This recipe is completely awesome, for once a new pasta recipe unlike anything we've ever tried before. Will definitely make this again. Next time we'll probably throw in an anchovy fillet or maybe some boletes to add a little extra umami, but outstanding as written.""
Reviewed Bold and Tasty Caesar Salad Dressing
"Made this pretty much as written. My first taste left me a little flat, so I added 1 Tbsp cider vinegar, 2 Tbsp grated parmesan cheese, and 1 tsp white sugar. That brightened it up considerably, and everyone enjoyed it. I thought the amounts of salt and pepper were just about right. Had a bit of a strong EVOO flavor. Next time, I will probably..."
Reviewed Spicy Shrimp In Coconut Milk
"Pretty good. Not really very spicy, overall quite bland at first taste. I added some fish sauce, used 50% more coriander (fresh ground from seed), doubled or tripled the red pepper, and included a bit of red wine vinegar. That plus the fresh lime juice squeezed on at the table made it acceptably tasty. But I wouldn't call it spicy."
I'm an electrical engineer who likes to cook. Go figure. I only post recipes that I've actually made myself, repeated several times if necessary to get them perfect, and kept notes on. I also homebrew.
Favorite FoodsJapanese, Thai, and Ethiopian (the spicier the better!)