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Joined Date: May 24, 2010
"This is a hit! As others have mentioned, we love Greek food but don't have a restaurant anywhere close. I've tried to make moussaka before, but never really had a good recipe. Two of us could have eaten the whole thing but managed to save enough for another meal. It seems like it will age well. After reading most of the reviews, I made a few mo"
Reviewed Garlic-Lemon Mahi
"This is an instant family classic. Except for substituting grapeseed oil for vegetable, I followed the recipe exactly, and it was an all-out success. The sides were basmati rice and sauted baby bella mushrooms. (The lemon/wine/lemon/butter "sauce" from the fish was really good with the rice.) We eat lots of fish and this recipe went to the top o""
"This was the most sumptuous meal we've ever had at home. First, having fresh Chilean sea bass at our WesTexas grocery store is a luxury and then finding these recipes for the complete meal was wonderful. Learning how to properly cook such a beautiful, thick cut of fish was super. The sauce was the perfect accompanyment and the grits added the e""
Reviewed Wild Mushroom Risotto
"Completely delicious. I had to substitute chanterelles (most exotic mushroom in our WesTexas grocery store -- rarely get those!) and I knew immediately where to go to "do right by them." OhSo good and easy. Devoting my complete attention to them while the rosemary chicken roasted (another Food Network recipe) was no problem at all. ""
Reviewed Brussels Sprouts with Bacon
"Okay. Any vegetable recipe that starts with, "cook 3 stips of bacon" is going to get a chance at our house. I'd only had Brussel sprouts once before and the main thing I liked about them was the Hollendaise sauce. This was truly delightful.""
Reviewed Turkey Milanese
"Five days past Christmas, but the recipe was still wonderful! The turkey breast was moist and succulent. The mushrooms and white wine added so much to the leftover gravey, and the salad was a wonderful counterpoint. The dressing recipe (sans the pom molasses -- not available in WesTexas, but I substituted a bit of honey) was light and flavorful""
"Loved this! I was lucky enough to find "just-in" fennel but, sadly, Meyer lemons don't make it to WesTexas. The regular lemon zest was lovely. We had fresh red Swiss chard as well, and I agree with one of the other comments: mild and much more flavorful than expected. This is an instand family classic. "