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Joined Date: Mar 07, 2008
Reviewed Chicken in Green Pipian Sauce
"Absolutely amazing. Easy to make, delicious to eat. We tried it with pork tenderloin, as mentioned by Marcela. Have saved to my recipe box. Thanks""
Reviewed Roasted Berries
"Fool proof, what a beautiful use of berries. It's my go to for entertaining, it's great on angle food cake, pound cake, ice cream............dozens of applications, plus it's super easy. Thanks Ina "
Reviewed Brussels Sprouts Supreme
"Had this for Thanksgiving, everyone loved it. Braised the sprouts earlier in the day and had a quick finish at dinner. My family loves brussel sprouts and pine nuts and chiles, so a big hit for them.
"Another winner. Drying the turkey overnight is the way to go for a crispy skin and moist turkey. I'm not a turkey fan, but do it for the family and friends. The drippings made an amazing gravy, although like one viewer, knowing my family's tastes added only a bit of apple cider and omitted the cinammon. Big hit. This will be my turkey recipe for next year.
Reviewed Crispy Mustard Braised Pork Belly
"This is a coronary on a plate, having said that........WHAT A WAY TO GO. Have to be honest, didn't do the dry rub because of the busy Thanksgiving holiday and all the other food preps. The flavor and texture was amazing all the same. A small bite will do you, but you can't help coming back and picking at the crunchy bits. Anne, you are an amazing teacher, and so entertaining to watch, thanks. I've frozen the leftover belly and am going to stuff a bone in pork loin with it and the fennel/onion mixture for Christmas dinner.
Food Network Groupie for 13 years. Middle aged Iowan who loves to cook for family and friends.