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Reviewed Chicken in Peanut Sauce
"We absolutely love this. We were a little gunshy the first time; I mean, who ever heard of peanut chicken tacos? But it turned out to be amazing. I use Bibb lettuce instead of tortillas, my husband prefers flour tortillas. We add a little water (just rinse out the blender) to the pan to make the sauce a little less thick. Last night we made t"
"This was good but due the number of steps and ingredients involved, I don't think that we will make this again. Five sauces for the same meat? Too much. Couldn't find a syringe so ended up piercing the pork and attempting to brine that way, but not sure that juice was worth the squeeze. We used a smoker intead of a grill. Honestly, we have ea"
"Really good, used whole-milk ricotta for maximum flavor. My rogue husband added fresh raspberries to the batter, worked really well. Don't need nearly as much lemon curd as described, very sweet and a very little goes a long way."
Reviewed Glazed Smoked Ham
"Amazing. We had a home-smoked ham hand-carried from southern Louisiana. It demanded a recipe worthy of its heritage. This recipe came through. Tracked down the apricot jelly, followed instructions exactly. This is a winner. Nicely balanced the smoky ham, without being too sweet and turning into a dish of melted sugar like so many ham "rubs" ""
"Never tried celery root before, but am now hooked. Similar flavor to celery, but not as sharp. I will look forward to Fall each year so we can enjoy this soup again and again.
Reviewed Slow-Cooker Pork Tacos
"Amazing. Be sure to use the types of peppers that the recipe calls for, they result in a dish with many flavor nuances.