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"I love the pickled onions. I heat the pickling solution with a bay leaf, b2b than rts. Pour over onions and cover. Put in refrigerator to cool for 30 minutes. Sooooo flavorful. "
Reviewed New England Clam Chowder
"The taste was great, however the grease from the bacon seemed to coat your tongue and leave a bad greasy after taste. I think I'll drain all but 1 tsp of bacon grease next time. The bacon has enough flavor."
"This as a good basic dressing. I have been making this for years, I add toasted Pine Nuts or walnuts for added texture and flavor, and crumpled Bleu Cheese or rather than parmigiano-reggiano which can be very expensive. "
Reviewed French Onion Soup
"Never got past the onions. Tried it twice and wasted 2 lbs of onions. Cooked exactly as instructed, ended up with onion mush both times. The onions completely broke down. I then cooked the onions my way. I skipped the first part and just cook the onions without a lid, for 1 hour on low. They softened and browned beautifully. I also added only"
"Marinara sauce was delicious. Exactly what a marinara should taste like and it worked great in the lasagna. I also used baby spinach in place of the zuccini. I would double the amount of the mushrooms and spinach/zuccini otherwise you won't have enough for 3 layers. That said don't expect to complete this dish in less than 5 hours. The mise en p"
"Marinara sauce was delicious. Exactly what a marinara should taste like. Worked great in the lasagna. I also used baby spinach in place of the zuccini (my kids hate zuccini). They cleaned their plates and asked for seconds. Needless to say, I'm not the best cook in the world, usually 1 serving is all they'll eat."
"This is a good (not great) recipe. It needs some editing:
1) DO NOT USE A WHOLE ONION! Start with half, you can always add more. I made this for a barbecue and they love it with only 1/2 of the onion
2) The white vinegar is a bit too much acid so we used balsamic and it was great.
3) Add a little lemon or lime zest, you get the sweatness wit"