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Reviewed Crustless Spinach and Feta Pies
"Last night was the 2nd or 3rd time I've made this and it is one of my wife's favorites. Aside from the fact that I just eye ball the quantities of the ingredients, I followed the recipe as presented. The only thing I might do a bit differently next time is add a bit of shallot or green onion to the tomato salad. We try to go meatless a few nigh""
"Tried this last night and was very pleased. Substituted dry thyme for fresh but otherwise no changes. Marinated for 2.5 hours and took it out of the fridge for the last 30 minutes. Divided the grill into half with charcoal the other half empty. Placed chops over the coals long enough to get a good set of grill marks, then moved to the side wit""
Reviewed Papaya Chicken
"I made this dish last night. Followed directions to a T except for the fenugreek seed which was unavailable. Substituted yellow mustard seed per the web suggestions. Although the dinner was OK it seemed bland. I'll have to review the recording of the show but I seem to recall that on the air she used a chile pepper somewhere. It probably woul""
Reviewed Cauliflower with Sweet Potatoes
"I made this last night. I followed the recipe and we all agreed it was pretty good but it seemed rather bland. We'll definitely make this again but next time I'll have to add something to give it a bit of a bite. Perhaps, a small chile pepper finely minced.""
"I've made this twice. I knew enough to remove the salt cap from the roast before serving but still found that the pan sauce was much saltier than we liked. The roast beast was great but the gravy too salty. I'm not really sure how to fix that short of using jarred gravy, yuck."
I'm a retired geologist and a sailor. My lady and I have a 38 ft sailboat and love to anchor off a local island, have a coctail, listen to some music and watch the sun go down. Cooking is something I do for fun. We find that we can do a better job and with better economy than most of the local restaurants. When on the water we usually end up with something off the grill but I have prepared prime rib and yorkshire pudding on board. There wasn't a clean dish/pot/or utensil left but the meal turned out great.
I don't know if I have a favorite food to cook. I don't cook seafood very often, neither of us likes a "fishy" taste. As to famous, I guess that would be bbq ribs slow cooked on the grill using a smoking converter (I have both gas and charcoal grills) or a herb crusted pork shoulder that I brine in a salt, coca cola mix. Since we seldom eat out there are not too many favorite restaurants. I suppose the local Thai restaurant and one local Mexican restaurant.