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"Great recipe. I added some chopped fresh thyme and rosemary I had on hand and a rounded tbsp of tomato paste, other than that I followed the recipe exactly. "
Reviewed Arborio Rice Pudding
"Just forget this recipe and try the rice pudding from Dave Lieberman on this site. Ingredients and cooking time on this recipe are completely wrong. "
Reviewed Parker's Split Pea Soup
"Just had a bowl of this soup and had to dump the rest of it in the garbage disposal. I always love Ina's recipes but this one is a disaster :("
Reviewed Mughlai Chicken
"This dish is outstanding! It brought back memories of living in Bahrain. Cardamon is not cheap, I paid around $11 for the ground McCormick brand, the pods are even more expensive at around $15 at my Wegmans grocery store. Cardamon is very aromatic and a must in this dish. 3/4 tsp of ground cardamon equals 5 cardamon pods. I made this dish the ""
Reviewed Perfect French Fries
"These french fries came out crispy but turned soggy in our plate. Good thing my family don't mind soggy fries. Will not make these again. ""
"Very flavorful and delicious recipe. I will definitely make this again. Try it, you won't be disappointed. ""
Reviewed Who Loves Ya Baby-Back?
"The ribs came out very tender after 31/2 hour of cooking time as suggested by reviewers. Unfortunately I wasn't able to use the glaze and used a bottle of purchased bbq sauce instead. The braising liquid came out way too salty and even more salty after the reduction. I would recommend using 1/2 the salt maybe even less than that (I used Morton Ko""
Reviewed Chicken Pot Pie
"Delicious pot pie. The pastry is also very good. The only change I made is roast the chicken at 400 degree instead of 350. "