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Reviewed Baked Macaroni and Cheese
"I've been making mac n' cheese for a very long time and this recipe takes it to the next level. I loved the addition of spices, etc. to the initial sauce. I used penne pasta, and baked the pasta in a deeper casserole with out the crumb topping. It came out with a crispy top and gooey underneath. Served with pan seared cod and sauteed greens ma""
Reviewed French Apple Tart
"Fantastic crust. VERY flavorful. I added a bit of cinnamon before baking a skipped the glaze. Wonderfully tasty and easy to prepare""
Reviewed Risotto al Zucca:Squash Risotto
"Good basic recipe, though I think only one cup of rice is needed, not two and this made enough for 4 servings. I used one cup rice and 4 cups stock and the consistency was good. Other changes were that I used 1/2 an acorn squash, a small onion and lots of fresh thyme. At the end, I added a bit of cooked lobster meat I had on hand. It really wo""
Reviewed Grouper Provencal ala Derek
"This is a good base recipe and easy to change up. When I made it last, I broiled talapia topped with butter, salt and pepper while making the sauce. When making the sauce, I omitted the onions, used a can of fire roasted tomatoes and added a bit of white wine while reducing the sauce. Then stirred in some freshly chopped oregano just before ser""
"My husband and I both thought these were really bland. I usually love Anne's recipes but I will not make these again :(
Reviewed Better Than Grannie's Creamed Corn
"I've been a huge fan of Fleming's creamed corn so I used this recipe, which is excellent on its own, but added a few twists. I added a mild chili to the onion before adding the corn ( I used defrosted frozen corn). Then, when I added the cream (half and half), I included some chipotle powder (from Penzy's). When at a rich creamy consistency, I poured the corn in a ceramic dish, topped it with sharp white cheddar and sprinkle with a bit more chipotle powder and popped it in the oven until golden on top!
This was a side dish with roasted lobster tails and baked potatoes and it stole the show!
Reviewed Oyster and Corn Chowder
"Since there are only two of us, I cut this recipe in half. However, the amount of bacon seemed excessive so I only used one strip of applewood smoked bacon sauteed in a little olive oil to get things started. The only other major change is I use half fresh oysters and half shrimp.
My husband had two bowls and we still have more than enough for a second full meal.
Great flavor. Will make again!