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Joined Date: Aug 13, 2009
"This recipe doesn't even resemble a true cocido but the ingredients intrigued me so I decided to try it. It just doesn't work. The soup was bland and the smoked chorizo did nothing to help. Cocido is a mexican beef and vegetable soup made with beef shanks, zucchini, corn, onion and cabbage at last in So. California that's what is in it. I see ""
Reviewed Polenta ai Funghi Porcini
"I used cremini mushrooms because it is nearly impossible to find fresh porcini mushrooms and I don't like the dried porcini. With that in mind, the dish was very good. I'm sure if I could find porcini mushrooms it would have been out-of-this-world! Mind you, I live in So. California so if I can't find fresh porcini mushrooms, you are probably g""
Reviewed Braised Celery
"Just finished making this to have with dinner tonight! I used homemade chicken stock instead of beef. This is a wonderful and economical side dish!""
Reviewed Chicken and Dropped Dumplings
"I think the soup although it was good, needed more flavor. The dumplings were slimy. Next time I will add onion, celery and carrot to the soup and just use the Bisquick drop dumpling recipe on the box. They always come out light and fluffy inside.""
Reviewed Cappellini al Forno
"Really good with a few changes. I liked the reviewer who used pancetta rather than prosciutto, I used smoked bacon instead of pancetta or prosciutto. I also added more egg. Very good and very satisfying! Topped it with a carbonara sauce!"
Reviewed Fish Tacos
"Great Fish! I used corn tortillas slightly fried but still flexible because they hold together better than just heated, just a personal preference, I also combined my cabbage with a cilantro, chile and lime tartar sauce instead of the honey, vinegar and oil. They were outrageously good! It's the marinade in the fish and being able to bake it ra"
Reviewed Fish Tacos
"Great Fish! I used corn tortillas slightly fried but still flexible because they hold together better than just heated, just a personal preference, I also combined my cabbage with a cilantro, chile and lime tartar sauce instead of the oil, etc. They were outrageously good! It's the marinade in the fish and being able to bake it rathere than fry"
Reviewed Gulf Shrimp Jambalaya
"Excellent Jambalaya! To the reviewer from Aurora, CO you sound like an idiot! There is NEVER roux in Jambalaya and the the reviewer in Brinkley, AR, it's the trinity not triology whatever the heck that is! At least know what you are talking about if you insist on posting comments! This was a great jambalaya recipe and it was easy! I did turn the heat down to low and I used a non-stick dutch oven. Invite company when you make this because it makes a lot!"