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Joined Date: Dec 17, 2008
Reviewed Cranberry Orange Scones
"Ina does it again! Saw these yesterday and made them-they are very easy to make. I substituted half and half for the heavy cream (only out of guilt!) and I don't know what the hers taste like but these were amazing so loss of flavor or texture. I also used sanding sugar as I like the texture for toppings."
Reviewed Fruit Crunch Sundae
"Very easy and I imagine adaptable to tastes/allergies etc. I did add a touch of salt for contrast and was surprised Ina didn't given that she adds tons of salt to all of her dishes. Thanks Ina!!"
"I never attempted risotto before-always seemed like a daunting task. Followed the instructions to the letter EXCEPT didn't use the pancetta (don't eat pork). I'm sure it's great with pancetta but it's outstanding as it is so I didn't miss it. Easy, filling, and the taste was off the chart, restaurant quality. Served it with roasted cauliflower/bru"
Reviewed English Toffee
"Wow! Great, easy! I went through all the reviews. No one mentioned that it took about 20 minutes to get to the 300 degrees. Definitely stir constantly to keep it from burning. I started it on medium high until it got boiling then lowered to around medium. I lined the pan with Silpat, worked great. I did score the toffee before spreading the chocola..."
Reviewed Skillet Brownies
"Made it, ate it, reviewed it! Very easy-not sure why she goes to the trouble of melting chocolate over water bath. I zapped the chocolate/butter in the microwave then cooled it. I used a 10" iron skillet and baked for 15 minutes then spooned out the individual portions into dishes."
Reviewed Pan-Fried Onion Dip
"Great-lots of ooohs and aaahs for book club tonight. Very easy, great depth of flavor. I served it with carrots, crackers and potato chips."
"My first Alton recipe is a winner. Didn't even read instructions, just threw it all in a bowl and mixed. Wasn't sure about the cumin at first but added it. I'd started to make Ina's and had already added the tabasco so it was extra spicy but outstanding! "
Reviewed Tri-Berry Oven Pancakes
"Gotta love Ina's parties-but where is T.R.?? I miss him! This pancake was easy and had amazing depth of flavor-also tried it with maple syrup-excellent as well. I used a glass pie plate (poured the entire amount in it) with great results. "
I love baking. My favorites on Food Network are Ina and Giada (her recipes, not her personality.)