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Joined Date: Nov 14, 2010
Reviewed Crunchy Noodle Salad
"I didn't give this 5 stars because I modified the recipe according to the other reviews. Despite the changes, Ina's recipe is a good base to add your own flare. I used 2/3 less vegetable oil and only half the sesame oil. I also added a little sriracha chili paste and cilantro instead of the parsley. Instead of the spaghetti I used soba noodles. The dish really turned out to be a flavorful and tasty compliment to the main course I served. I would make this again.
Reviewed Chocolate Eclairs
"This recipe was delicious and presents beautifully! My husband was so impressed and thought he had forgotten a special occasion when he ate them. Instead of making actual eclairs, I piped the pastry dough into puffs. I didn't have heavy cream on hand for the chocolate glaze so I used whole milk instead and it turned out wonderful. I also omitted the egg wash. I'll definetly be making these again.
Reviewed Perfect Pie Crust
"This pie crust recipe is fabulous! It's buttery and extremely flakey. I used one crust for a quiche and the other for a pecan pie. Each turned out great with the perfect pie crust. My only problem was my food processor was too small to make a whole batch. I'm going to invest in a new food processor just for this recipe.
Reviewed Red Velvet Swirl Brownies
"My husband and I didn't have a problem putting these delicious brownies away. These brownies were easy to put together and could probably use an additional 5-7 minutes of baking time if your using a glass pan like I did.
"At first I was unsure about cooking such a large steak on a caste iron skillet, but my porterhouse came out so tender and flavorful with the added butter. The Maitre d' butter was so easy to make and I'm sure I won't be cooking steak without it. Thanks Alex, for such a tasty recipe.