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Joined Date: Jun 28, 2009
Reviewed Chicken Cacciatore
"This chicken cacciatore gave a big flavor payoff on easy-to-find, inexpensive ingredients. Plus, it's really easy to put together. I only removed a star because I found the thyme flavor a bit too strong for my tastes. Next time I make this, I might just remove the leaves from a few sprigs, rather than use a whole bundle. "
Reviewed Halibut in Cartoccio
"I really enjoyed this. It was delicious and impressive-looking, and it came together pretty fast. I'll definitely make this again. My only complaint is that my fish wasn't quite cooked through after 5 minutes. I had to re-seal the packet and return it to the oven for another 7 minutes. So, if your fish is thick, or you question your oven cali"
Reviewed Steamed Asparagus
"I will never cook asparagus any other way ever again. This is ridiculously easy, and they always come out perfect."
Reviewed Bourbon Bananas Foster
"Easy, tasty, and impressive-looking. It was awesome with vanilla ice cream, but I can't wait to try it with crepes."
"As soon as I saw Anne make this, I knew I had to try it. It's the best tiramisu I've ever had. "
Reviewed Fresh Corn Salad
"This is a simple and tasty way to prepare fresh corn. It was a fantastic accompaniment to barbecue ribs. This is going into my regular summer rotation."
Reviewed Stove Top Mac-n-Cheese
"This is easy and delicious. The sauce-to-pasta ratio for this recipe is quite high, so you may want to up the macaroni content if that's not how you like it. "
Reviewed Steakhouse Steaks
"This was my first time ever cooking steaks, and they turned out perfect. To avoid the smoke problem, I coated the bottom of my cast iron dutch oven with about two tablespoons of vegetable oil, then heated it on the stove before searing the steaks. If you have a probe thermometer, this recipe is completely foolproof. It tastes just like a high-q""