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Joined Date: Nov 12, 2008
Reviewed Scalloped Potato Gratin
"This scalloped potato dish is scrumptious. I use two cups of cream though and reduce by half (bring to a rolling boil stirring constantly for several minutes then simmer until half). For the topping I add some finely chopped fresh rosemary and panko to the parm for a really nice crust."
Reviewed Miso Glazed Cod
"This is fantastic, make sure you char the top of this glaze well, it really is better blackened a bit."
Reviewed Emeril's Lobster Pot Pie
"This is a fall favourite of my husbands. I use fresh corn instead of frozen peas (lobster and corn are a better match) and I used an apple brandy (with a few extra splashes)...AWESOME!"
"I use truffle oil where the recipe calls for grapeseed and a couple slices of fresh black truffle to saute the lobster, this infuses it with the truffle and gives the dish a much better flavour. I don't add the drizzled truffle oil on top at the end because with all the oils in the cheese, this dish is so rich, i feel it makes it too oily. I als"
Reviewed Caramelized Butternut Squash
"Make sure you spray the dish and do not crowd the squash pieces, they will brown better. I always make this for Thanksgiving and Christmas, it is a favourite."
Reviewed Mango Salsa
"I make this without the jalapeno (I'm not a big fan of spicy/hot) and it is amazing. I also just throw this on romaine for a yummy salad (also great with chicken added). This is all our friends favourite salsa when we have everyone over for our home made fish tacos."
"Excellent! I make this without the tomatoes and the juice of one more lime, totally yummy."
Reviewed Best Ever Green Bean Casserole
"I hate green beans and almost anything that comes from a can. This recipe is excellent, absolutely delicious!! I add 1/4 cup more cream though then reduce it to half; which means bringing the broth & cream to a boil for several minutes (stirring constantly) then simmering for a good 20 mins (stirring every min or two)."