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Reviewed Roasted Tomato Soup

Sep 14, 2013 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

This is the best recipe I've ever made for tomato soup. I'm done searching! I do recommend some tips from other postings: remove tomato seeds before roasting; place onions and garlic under tomatoes (cut-side down on baking sheet); remove skins after roasting (they slide off easily). I tried the soup both with and without seeds, and it is defini"

Reviewed Roasted Tomato Soup

Sep 14, 2013 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

This is the best recipe I've ever made for tomato soup. I'm done searching! I do recommend some tips from other postings: remove tomato seeds before roasting; place onions and garlic under tomatoes (cut-side down) on baking sheet; remove skins after roasting (they slide off easily). I tried the soup both with and without seeds, and it is defini"

Reviewed Tuscan Salad

Apr 6, 2013 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

Followed the recipe exactly and was disappointed. It sounded good and had good reviews so I made it, but it was missing flavor. The dressing needed something else...not sure what. Probably won't make again. "

Reviewed Mushroom Soup

Feb 8, 2013 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

Fabulous! My husband is a mushroom soup lover, and this is the best! Hints: Don't leave out the lemon juice. Modifications: added 1/3 c. white wine after mushroom liquid evaporated & cooked for 1 minute; used combination chicken and mushroom soup base for broth; used 1/2 lb. snowcaps and 1/2 lb. baby bellas; green onions for shallots; bit more cor"

Reviewed Fish Piccata

Jan 26, 2012 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

This simple recipe is delicious. It also gives me a way to add more fish to our diet. My family loves it and it's good enough for company. Big hit!""

Reviewed Swiss Chard Tart: Pasticcio di Bietole al Forno

Sep 14, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

We all loved this. Some variations: used more swiss chard since our garden produces so much; for bread crumbs used melba toast rounds, crushed; didn't boil the s.c.; I used stems by chopping separately and sauteed 4-5 minutes before adding chopped leaves, then sauteed for about 12 more minutes; added a 4th egg; used some grated asiago w/the parm...

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