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Joined Date: May 18, 2004
"Followed the recipe but used ginger/green tea & also added a few sliced garlic cloves to the poaching water. Unfortunately, the flavors from the poaching water did not permeate the salmon nor did the reduction make the flavors pop. BUT....the salmon was so moist and tender! After cooking and tasting, I drizzled a small amount of a ginger lite salad dressing over the fish and it was amazing!! So, I'll definitely be using this poaching technique in the future, but i don't think I'll be using my nice tea in the poaching water. Overall a good method recipe.
"Delicious!!! I followed the recipe to a tee, including the cooking time. The cookies were perfect! Moist and flavorful. The did not need any doctoring at all. I was a bit apprehensive at taking the cookies out after 15 min. of cooking as they seemed under cooked. I went with the recipe and pulled them out of the oven, then left them to cool on the cookie sheet. Very glad I did as I could image that they would have been over cooked and hard as a rock if I had not followed the directions and let them cook longer. I'll be giving these as Christmas gifts!!!