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Joined Date: Nov 22, 2009
Reviewed Perfect Burger
"Just wonderful! I was doubtful that anything this simple could really be "perfect", but it was. And not mixing other ingredients into the patty saved a huge amount of time, which I instead spent tossing my sliced mushrooms, Vidalia onions, tomatoes in oil, salt, pepper, and garlic powder and cooking them in a perforated pan on the grill while it"
Reviewed Catfish Soup
"Delightful, and a real surprise! I'd always thought of catfish as "fishy", but here it's sweet and luscious. Observations: 1-Leave lemongrass and ginger in large pieces and remove them before serving the soup--the former will still be too woody, and the latter too chewy, even after cooking is done. 2-Cut catfish into 1/2" cubes pieces instead o"
Reviewed Thai Shrimp Spring Rolls
"Delicious and fresh. Re the delicate rice wrappers, if you put a damp, clean dishtowel on the cutting board, you can lift it and easily roll the bottom 1/3 of the wrapper over the filling (the same principle as rolling sushi). And "Drain the noodles in the colander" means you also discard the water-soy mixture at that point. And it makes more s"
Reviewed White Bean and Chicken Chili
"OK but texture lacking: ground chicken is mushy, better to use thighs (or even boneless breasts), sear, cool and shred, and add back to chili to finish cooking. Better to toast spices separately in advance in dry pan. (+ recipe doesn't make clear that Giada AT LEAST cooked the spices in the onion/garlic WAY before adding the chicken). No reason""
"Extraordinarily tasty pork chops! Halved the recipe and quartered the (kosher) salt.""
Reviewed Edamame Dip
"Delicious--followed the recipe exactly (cilantro, lime, and frozen shelled edamame, which my local Whole Foods sells, along with the brown miso and chili paste). I'm a dedicated meateater, and don't care for tofu or most soybean dishes, but I loved this. Don't overcook the edamame, and don't overprocess the dip---it's nice to have a bit of light""
Reviewed Beef Bourguignon
"Wonderful! Used sliced bacon instead of slab--and might use a whole pound next time; the Red bliss taters needed more than 30 minutes--and I had cut the larger ones into sixths; next time will add them an hour into the oven time, then add the mushrooms 1.5 hours into the oven time, as Anne prescribed. The potatoes are key, both flavorwise and te""
Reviewed Beef Bourguignon
"Wonderful--used sliced bacon instead of slab (and might use a whole pound next time)), the Red bliss taters needed more than 30 minutes (and I had cut the larger ones into sixths; next time will add them an hour into the oven time, then add the mushrooms 1.5 hours into the oven time, as Anne prescribed)). The potatoes are key, both flavorwise and""