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Joined Date: Oct 11, 2007
Reviewed Ginger Carrot Soup
"This was excellent and easy to make. Don't take too much care in how you dice the onion or slice the peeled carrots as it's all going to be thrown into the blender. Most of the recipe time is spent simmering the soup until the carrots are soft. I halved the recipe as it was only my husband and I. The ginger flavor was just right and not overbea"
Favorited Indian Roast Chicken
"Decadent with all the cheese. Love that it's a make ahead recipe. I used 3 lbs of Yukon gold potatoes as that's what I had in the house. Still used the same amount of liquids and it worked out perfectly. Also substituted panko for the bread crumbs on the top as I like the extra crunch. Did have to put it under the broiler for a few minutes to get the panko and parmesan to brown.
Reviewed French Toast
"Absolutely delicious! We made ours with challah. Sprinkled cinnamon on top with warmed maple syrup. So, so good.
Reviewed Toffee Brownies
"We didn't care for these. Used 2 boxes of Ghirardelli brownie mix which we always love. They're rich and chewy brownies, but the hard crunch of the symphony candy in the middle of the brownie ruined them for us. A textural issue. My two kids love brownies and said they prefer them without the toffee candy.
"These present beautifully and are really easy to do. The thin garlic slices were delicious between the potato slices. Didn't do the sour cream topping but that would be a nice finishing touch if serving this for company. Will be making these again.
Reviewed Ham and Cheese in Puff Pastry
"Served as a Christmas Day appetizer. Wow! What a crowd pleaser for both kids and adults alike! It looks impressive and is super easy to put together. I will definitely be making this again.
"Outstanding. Took a good chunk of an afternoon to make this, but I will get two dinners out of it so worth it considering how much we enjoyed the dish. I followed the recipe with only two exceptions. I used ground pork instead of ground lamb as it wasn't available at my grocery store. I used half a tablespoon of cinnamon as I have Saigon Cassia Cinnamon which is more pungent than the grocery store variety. The cinnamon/nutmeg were noticeable but not overpowering and made the dish interesting. My family of 4 really enjoyed this. I split the recipe into two casseroles and froze one for later. Hope the bechamel topping freezes, thaws and reheats o.k.