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el dorado hills, California

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Reviewed Lobster Corn Creme Brulee

Sep 17, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on

So Very Good! I used an extra ear of corn and put the cobs in the cream to heat/steep. I blended that mixture first, then put it thru a strainer - smooth as silk. Added the eggs and baked. Before adding the lobster I sauteed it in butter so had lobster & melted butter oozing over the brulee; then, ofcourse, the cheese. Everyone loved it. ""

Reviewed Raspberry and Balsamic Parfaits

Jun 14, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on

Try World Market...I've seen them there before.

Reviewed Flourless Peanut Butter Cookies

Jun 4, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on

What a surprise! I ground peanuts for the peanut butter (machine was at the store). The benefit of doing this is that there is no added sugar like there is in jarred peanut butter and it was fresh! I used all brown sugar and 2 tsp vanilla. They are soft, fluffy and delicious. On half of them, I added mini chocolate chips. Delicious!"

Reviewed Pea Pesto Crostini

Jan 17, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on

I don't think I've ever been as skeptical about a recipe being good as I was for this one. I used petite peas, toasted my fresh bread on a stove-top grill and put shaved parm. cheese on top of the peas. This is REALLY GREAT!

Reviewed Grilled Striped Bass with Cauliflower and Tomatoes with Caperberries and Black Olives with Parsley Salad

Jan 16, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on

My entire family loved this! I could leave out the olives but the capers were really tasty and I finished the dish with freshly grated parm. cheese. The red pepper flakes are a must. This is a great dish if you're trying to cut carbs but crave that "pasta" kind of meal.

Reviewed V's Tri-Tip Marinade

Oct 4, 2010 in on

This recipe, though modified by you, came from Deane Carr via a Food Network show.......very yummy marinade."

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