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Joined Date: Jan 26, 2008
Reviewed Greek Caponata
"Talk about beautiful and healthful! So eye-appealing that even my non-veggie-loving husband couldn't resist (he had two servings). Since I made this just for two, I halved the recipe but used the entire 14.5 oz can of tomatoes, and it was delicious. And it's even better the next day as all of the flavors blend together. This is a keeper."
Reviewed Individual Chicken Pot Pies
"...heavenly. I've probably made every pot pie recipe under the sun, but this is by far the best made-from-scratch pot pie ever. I'm not a fan of reviewers who inaccurately give five-star ratings after listing a zillion tweaks they've made to a recipe, but in this case, because the base flavors and sauce make this dish the king of pot pies, and bec"
"Simple, quick and scrumptious.
Reviewed Fried Chicken
"This is the first fried chicken recipe (out of dozens I've tried) that actually works for me. The crust turns out crispy-delicious, the meat tender & juicy, the flavor... out-of-this-world-scrumptious. I find that the longer you marinate the chicken pieces in the buttermilk mixture (up to 24 hrs.) the juicier and more flavorful the chicken becomes. And Emeril's tip, re: keeping an eye on the oil temperature IS definitely key to ensuring the meat is cooked through and the coating just right.. For an economical meal, I buy just good old drumsticks provides- at least six servings for under $5.00! Thanks Emeril. "Lovin' it!"
Reviewed Stuffed Cabbage with Tomato Sauce
"I've eaten my fair share of stuffed cabbage but, until now, have never attempted to make it. On both fronts, I can truly say that this dish was delicious and surprisingly simple to prepare. Follow the recipe and step-by-step instructions exactly, and you shouldn't have any problems. A tip for first-timers (like me): Be sure you use a large cabbage with large leaves. It makes the roll-up process a lot simpler. I found that out the hard way.
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