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Joined Date: Nov 19, 2007
Reviewed Mexican Chicken Soup
"I cut the recipe in half, as we are only 3, all of whom eat lightly. Still had left-overs. Wonderful flavor here -- we don't like things too spicy, so I used the lower amount of jalapeno and it was wonderful. Served with an extra, warmed tortilla along side. I can see how adding black beans and corn would work very well if you wanted more carb"
Reviewed Sausage, Peppers and Onions
"This was absolutely delicious! I made it as directed. I did have to serve it in a bowl with a knife and fork for a sort of open-faced sandwich that wasn't open -- it is soupy. I like the reviewers' various suggestions to serve in a bowl with crusty bread or over pasta. I think Mozzarella would enhance it, as some have said. I also think garlic"
"I followed one reviewer's suggestion to use Challah bread and buy it two days in advance. I opened the tip of the package to let air in, and made the casserole the next day and then refrigerated overnight. I placed the sliced bread sideways (flat in a lasagna dish. I poured half of the custard over it, then did another layer of bread (I used a"
Reviewed Vegetarian Chili
"This is a nice recipe. I enjoyed it with shredded cheese, sour cream and avocado."
Reviewed Corn Casserole
"This didn't come out as I expected, tho I followed the recipe exactly re the ingredients. I understand it's a corn casserole, not a bread, but it was crisp at the edges, browned, and mushy in the middle. Soft, like an overcooked pudding. I let it cook an extra five minutes as it wasn't "golden brown" but then it was golden. But mushy. It was "
Reviewed Island Fruit and Mixed Green Salad
"Great for a spring or summer brunch! Because of experience with a prior recipe and the fact I was serving it with ham with an orange glaze, I used 1/2 c of thawed frozen Pineapple Orange Juice and only 1/2 c of Canola Oil. I also used butter lettuce, and increased the nuts, cranberries, banana chips and fruit a bit. It was really wonderful!"
"I followed one reviewer's suggestion to use Challah bread and buy it two days in advance. I opened the tip of the package to let air in, and made the casserole the next day and then refrigerated overnight. I placed the sliced bread sideways (flat in a lasagna dish). I poured half of the custard over it, then did another layer of bread (I used "
"If you love vinegar, these are the recipes for you! But we only like hints of it. For the wet basting sauce, I used Paula Deen's recipe, but then I cut the vinegar in half and increased the apple juice by an equal amount. It was fine, but I'll probably reduce the vinegar to a quarter next time. As for Emeril's BBQ sauce, ugh! I made half the "