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Joined Date: Jan 07, 2010
"I wish that there was a photo to accompany the recipe. This is my favorite Korean restaurant dish and I have had several versions. This is closest to my favorite however, I made a few substitutions to fit what I have experienced before. Cabbage instead of spinach, shaved beef instead of the thin sliced steak, etc. Over all very good. One warning, "
Reviewed Tangerine Beef with Scallions
"This was just a little too sweet for me."
Reviewed Beef Bourguignon
"Time consuming but really yummy! I made this for Easter Dinner and used dried bay (worked fine), Yellow Tail Pinot Noir-Shiraz and I made mashed potatoes to put it on top of instead of adding them to the stew. Followed the recipe otherwise. It was a big hit. The time spent marinating really tenderized the beef. I would trim more of the fat next ti""
Reviewed Chicken Piccata
"This is a simple and delicious recipe. I have a tendency to over cook the chicken (my bad). I love chicken piccata in restaurants and was very happy to see it here. I serve it on top of plain angel hair pasta and with a side of steamed asparagus. My young daughter loves it too which is always a bonus. ""
Reviewed Slow Cooked Corned Beef & Cabbage
"Just like mom used to make.""
"My whole family loved this and it is officially in the main rotation. The only thing we didn't do was the pickled onion, I have had pickled onion before and am not a fan so we left it out. The pork was the BEST. We let it cook for 6 hours. If you wanted you could do it on low all day. We only got a 2.5 lb roast and had LOADS of meat. This would be""
Reviewed Shrimp with Garlic Sauce
"This dish was very tasty! However, I would not call it "easy" especially since I don't have a wok or the appropriate gas burner to get a wok hot enough. I have a cheap electric stove and one 10" skillet. I did manage to recreate the recipe and it tasted yummy but was a messy process with the corn starch and needing to drain the oil in between the""
Reviewed Potato-Leek Soup With Bacon
"My family and I loved this recipe! I didn't have the bread to make the croutons, so I just used some I had on hand. It was very easy to prepare. I have one warning though, be careful with the blender. Even on low I had to cover the top with a bowl so soup wouldn't explode out the top and burn me. It was delicious and we will definitely be adding t""