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Joined Date: Jun 21, 2006
Reviewed Confetti Roasted Root Veggies
"Never had these root vegetables before - it was great. Made with pan roasted salmon and rice. Kids even liked it!"
"Delish!!! Had a fully cooked pork tenderloin left over. Made the dressing and the salad as shown. Warmed the tenderloin, sliced it thin, laid it over the greens (tossed with a little dressing) and topped it with the apples, walnuts & blue cheese. family said to save this one! "
Reviewed Fig-and-Walnut Energy Bars
"Substituted regular oats for quick cook, dates for figs (couldn't find them in store) and hand-chopped almonds for walnuts. Froze them individually. At first the family was "eh" (dad & two teen girls), but they liked the health benefit and ate them all week. Very versatile. Now they're asking for more, with dried cranberries and a few mini dar""
Reviewed Turkey Meatloaf
"So good! Added celery to the sauted onions, used ketchup in the turkey (didn't have tomato paste) and took another reviewers advice and put a combo of ketchup, worchester sauce & honey over the top. Delish!!!""
"Yummy! Used dried cranberries. Love the toasted garlic. Great quinoa dish!""
"Came out perfect - beautiful presentation. Loved the cake, but no one seemed to like the filling. Some guests thought a simple whipped cream filling would've been delicious. ""
"Delish! Will make the meat again. Marinated the meat in the refrigerator for an hour - it was full of flavor. Served with risotto & grilled portabello mushroom. Didn't have potatoes. "
"Have made this twice for a group of people. It is delicious! Rich and sweet. Bought crusty peasant Pano bread from Whole Foods, cut into cubes, let sit out for a couple of hours (didn't have time for day old bread), and only let custard soak for 15 minutes before baking. Sauce only takes 5 minutes - and is a perfect compliment to the pudding. "