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Reviewed Thai Noodles With Spicy Peanut Sauce
"This is the bomb! I did everything as mentioned but substituted Almond Butter for the Peanut Butter and used chopped almonds in place of peanuts. Almond butter is a little milder in flavor. I only had chunky so I used an emersion blender when the sauce was in the pot. Thank you Holly!"
"Finally I was able to locate a reasonably priced Corzetti stamp and this is the first thing I made with it. I knew you were supposed to use white wine in the dough and was happy to find this recipe. What a treat! The sauce is so simple but beautifully flavorful and the coins looked too enticing to actually eat. Everyone raved. What fun is that! Ma""
"Simple. Basic. My favorite type of Italian cooking! Awesome recipe!""
"Anne hit it out of the park with this one! All 23 people at my Thanksgiving thought it was the best they had ever had. This is not the typical way too salty brine that everyone else suggests you make. This is a simple and delicate compliment to the turkey. I also made the stuffing from the same episode to which I added Shitake mushrooms&fabulous a""
"Spot on fabulous! Got busy with other things at Thanksgiving and roasted them a little too long and they were still the best Brussels sprouts we all ever had. I did use prosciutto because it was all I could find at the market. EVERYONE wanted the recipe! Thanks Bobby, it's now a family tradition.""
Reviewed Stuffed Zucchini: Zucchini Ripieni
"What to do with all the lovely zucchini from my garden? Cook this wonderful recipe. A real treat. glad I found it."
Reviewed Celery Root and Potato Puree
"AWESOME! Now that's what I'm talking about. Comfort food at it's best!"
Reviewed Wild Mushroom Risotto
"There was an episode of “Top Chef” in which someone had to pack there knives and go home on account of their risotto being inedible…they should have used this recipe…it’s classic!"
Livermore Valley CA Foody