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Joined Date: Oct 18, 2006
"OMG! So good! The tartness of the rhubarb went great with the dark chocolates. I couldn't find New Mexico chile powder, so I used a combo of Ancho and a little cayenne. Can't wait to make it again!"
Reviewed Hunter's Minestrone
"This was soooo good! The herbs infused in the oil really added to the authenticity of it. It's a keeper!"
Reviewed Slow-Cooker Ribollita
"This was a very convenient soup to make. I missed the part about the garlic oil in the magazine, so I didn't have that. But I did add onions, rotisserie chicken, and chicken stock concentrate at the beginning (my husband seems to think he might waste away if it doesn't have "meat" in it and I would be eating it by myself otherwise) Would definitel"
Reviewed Roasted Tomato Caprese Salad
"I had this at a party this weekend, and the roasting of the tomatoes before hand really added both flavor and a nice texture..... can't wait to have this again while tomatoes are in season.
Reviewed Honey Brined Smoked Turkey
"This was delicious! We pared it down for a 6lb turkey breast, and the brine kept it very moist. My husband smoked it with hickory. Will definitely make again!"
"We have made this recipe several times. I just can't use another bbq sauce recipe after having these. We can't wait to use our new smoker with this recipe and let them go low and slow. "
Reviewed Oat Waffle
"I like to make a bunch in advance and freeze them for my daughter's breakfast, so I was happy to find a healthy version. I did weigh my dry ingredients since I happen to have a scale....I did burn the oatmeal the first time and had to go back to the store for more....so I skipped the toasting and went right to the grinder. Turned out great!"
"I have only made the peas part of this recipe thus far, but they are soooo good. ""