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Joined Date: Jun 15, 2004
Reviewed Savory Polenta
"I used half milk for the stock as I wanted a creamier polenta. It was absolutely delicious. I almost want it at every meal... I have stored the leftovers in a flat container and will cut it in rectangles and fry them for something totally different. "
Reviewed Honey Mustard Dressing
"I use this more as a dipping sauce.. a little thrown by Alton calling it a dressing. Anywho, I add good mayo for creaminess. Love it.""
"I have made this several times and have always had great success as long as I don't add the oil too quickly.
I know there is a food processor method but, that usually makes more than I need. as I was whisking my mayo today by hand I started think I could do this with a hand mixer. I will certainly try it next time. On a related note, I have trie""
Reviewed Braised Mustard Greens
"D-licious!! My first time as well with mustard greens. I used pancetta and balsamic vinegar (cause that's what I had) , started the whole thing off with well browned onion. Wonderful. I will definitely be picking up these greens on a regular basis. Thanks Rachael!"
"Great! Haven't cooked too much Bok Choy and wasn't sure what to do.. this worked nicely."
"This is a fantastic recipe that I made years ago and have never forgotten. A little labor intensive, but a real winner, and not as much of a pain as the ingredient list would lead you to believe."
Reviewed Homemade Peanut Butter
"So dang good! I don't know why it doesn't occur to people (me) how you can make certain staples at home so easily and sooo deliciously. This was absolutely delicious and with my tasty orange blossom honey, even better. Thanks Alton for another winner!