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Reviewed Ratatouille with Red Snapper
"So easy, tasty and healthy! I added a bit more of the herbes de provence to the fish right before broiling, and it was fabulous! We didn't use all the ratatouille, but I'm thinking it will be incredible in my egg beater omelet tomorrow morning!""
Reviewed Tuna and Artichoke Panini
"I've had this recipe in my recipe box for a long time, but never tried it until last night...fabulous! The different flavors all come together so perfectly, and it was so easy! I halved the recipe, and it made 2 ciabatta sandwiches, with enough left over for a half sandwich on dark rye the next day, which was also a very tasty combination.""
Favorited Pappardelle with Duck Ragu
Favorited Bigoli with Duck Ragu
Favorited Capellini Soup with Rich Chicken Brodo
"I only made the chicken breasts, and I have to say, they were kind of blah. Agree with other reviews; needed 2 pieces of bacon per chicken breast to cover. Smelled delicious cooking, but had to broil them on both sides after cooking to crisp the bacon, and the cheese flavor was faint. I only used spinach, as I had no arugula. Looked great, but""
Reviewed Blue Potatoes au Gratin
"Great base recipe for potatoes au gratin! We have an annual end of the yesr "clean out your fridge" party in our area of Cape Cod. I used this recipe as a base, but used a combo of cheddar (1/2 bar Cabot extra sharp cheddar , parmesan (a few handfuls, and an 8 oz wedge of blue cheese, (this was what I had left in my fridge! I used a combo of he""
Reviewed French Apple Tart
"I made this today for friends who are moving to Paris for a year. They are very frequent visitors to Paris (they own an apartment there), and they were thrilled with the dessert! They called it a Tarte Tatin. I did sprinkle a bit of cinnamon on top of the apples, and this dessert was fabulous, if I do say so myself:)! Thank you, Ina, for anot""