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Reviewed French Onion Soup
"My family and I are all in love with French Onion soup and get it at any resturant we can, whenever we can. The whole family agreed this was the best French Onion soup they had ever had! I followed the recipe perfectly. Although I did change the cheese. Gruyere cheese was too expensive to buy for the large group I was feeding, but I had watched another cook use fresh graded mozz. cheese and mix some parmesan cheese along with it! it gave a flavor very simular to gruyere and melted perfectly!
Reviewed Winter Minestrone
"Perfect soup! I made this soup to eat on Christmas day. We had the family over and had a big lunch; made this a few days before to serve a few hours later when everyone seems to get a bit hungry! I made a few changes, I added less beans since I do not like beans, and pureed most of them. I also cut the tomatoes back by a bit since my Grandpa doesnt care for them. I did add a few more potatos, carrots and celery! More swiss chard would have been great, it was awesome in the soup! I also made it two days in advance, and it held up great in the fridge and through re-heating! I think it almost got better! So simple to make as well, it is now our family favorite and we have made it twice since Christmas and all the family asked for the recipe!
Reviewed Garlic Bread
"This Garlic Bread was AMAZING! I made a few changes, I used a garlic flavored olive oil to sautee the garlic and herbs in. For the herbs I used parsley and basil, which was wonderful! I took the butter and spreaded it on both halves of the bread, and put the garlic/oil/herb mixture onto both halves, and baked them uncoverd, on a sheet pan, and not ontop of each other for 10 minutes at 350. Then I moved the rack up and turned the broiler on HIGH and watched the bread because it browns and crisps up fast. It was only under there for a minute at the most! My whole family loved it, we wont be buying frozen garlic bread anymore!