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Joined Date: Sep 04, 2006
Birthday: Jul 21
Reviewed Spanish Chicken and Potato Roast
"It was good, but I had to cook a bit longer than the recipe called for as others have said. I loved the smoked paprika, but felt like it needed something else to compliment the flavor. Might try it again if I tinker with it a bit.""
Reviewed Peppered Goat Cheese Mashed Potatoes
"A new favorite mashed potato! Decadent, nice zing from the goat cheese. I just used regular potatoes because I forgot to grab the steam and mash bags at the store. I added a couple of sage leaves to the thyme, for a more thoroughly Thanksgiving flavor. I actually added a little more black pepper as well, because the 4 pepper goat cheese is not overwhemingly peppery. Will definitely make again.
Reviewed Herb and Pear Glazed Turkey
"I could not find the honey barbeque packet, so I mixed a couple tablespoons of honey with a couple tablespoons of McCormick barbeque seasoning. I also brined my turkey overnight, adding about a tablespoon of the barbeque seasoning to the brine. The flavor of the pear glaze was fantastic, I was worried the barbeque flavor would be too strong but it was quite subtle. I used foil to cover because the butter browned very quickly. It was moist, flavorful, and pretty turkey. I'm not sure if it would have been as moist if I hadn't brined, but I'm too much of an Alton Brown disciple to try a turkey without brining. I would make it again this way, might be a new Thanksgiving tradition.