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"These beans are delicious, and so much better than any cooked on the stovetop. We only made several changes: I added some red pepper flake to the olive oil with the lemon zest and let the olive oil infuse for about 30 minutes before tossing the beans in it. In addition, we substituted slivered almonds for hazelnuts. Finally, we probably cooked"
Reviewed Creme Brulee
"This is virtually foolproof, but it definitely makes more than six servings. We only had "jumbo" sized eggs on hand, and because the yolks were so large it made ten ramekins. Even with large eggs, it easily makes eight. As it was the holidays, both grocery stores we went to were out of superfine sugar. I substituted regular granulated sugar, a"
Reviewed Italian Meatloaf
"I am VERY picky about meat loaf and have two favorite recipes that I prepare exclusively, so I was reticent to try a different one. However, Michael Chiarello's has moved into the #1 position. It is PERFECT. We made only two changes, and one of them was to the topping. We had some marinara sauce ready to use, but the day before a co-worker had"
Reviewed Creamed Spinach
"This was excellent. It's delicious without being over-the-top rich because no heavy cream is used. But, if you're serving this side dish with a traditional steakhouse dinner (we did grilled rib eyes, Delmonico potatoes, and the spinach), cutting the cream is most welcome. I wanted to make a suggestion about the draining of the wilted spinach. "
Reviewed Chicken Kebab Salad
"Many thanks to previous reviewers for the suggestion to grill the bread separately from the meat. After grilling the kebabs (we added pieces of yellow onion to the skewers), we grilled the bread on a grill pan over the coals; it was perfect. Regarding the dressing, we added twice the amount of lemon juice and two generous dashes of Worcestershir"
"The recipe sounded daunting in print, but it was really easy--for us, foolproof. The zabaglione was perfect, and it took exactly seven minutes--just as the recipe suggested. We used a very large lasagna pan, and it required one and a half packages of the ladyfingers. I can understand why some purists preferred not to add the mini chocolate chip""
"Delicious! We cheated because we were short on time and purchased store-bought gnocchi in the refrigerated section. It was still wonderful. Fresh chanterelles were not available so we substituted shitakes (fresh blue chanterelles were available, but I wasn't willing to pay $39.99 per lb.). We did use fresh English peas, and those really made a""
Reviewed Rich Beef Barley Soup
"Delicious! We followed the directions precisely; however, I just felt as though the finished product needed small bites of the beef in it. So, we pulled the oxtail pieces out after one hour of cooking and let them cool. Then we picked apart the meat from the bone and fat and returned it to the soup in bite-sized pieces. It was very savory and ""