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Bellevue, Wisconsin

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Reviewed Pumpkin Soup

Nov 9, 2012 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

I spiced it up a bit with Garam Masala (an Indian spice blend), doubled the amount, and used the suggested coconut milk. Here's what I came up that tasted amazing and got really good reviews equal to 4-5 stars!"

Reviewed Deluxe Tuna Casserole With Egg Noodles

Oct 30, 2011 in on Food.com

Loved it! I missed the old tunahelper au gratin, with it's crunchy topping, and ended up finding this delicious recipe. Instead of the white cheddar, I used Kraft's "Triple Cheddar with a Touch of Philly." It was new and I had a coupon. I also added a can of mushrooms, because I love mushrooms. I omitted the peas and onions (personal preferen...

Reviewed Wild Rice with Cherries

Feb 28, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

Made this recipe for a Turkey Day get-together last year. To me it said "Wisconsin Autumn." Simple, delicious, and a bit more unique than some traditional Thanksgiving sides. "

Reviewed Miso Soup

Feb 28, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

Delicious and an easy recipe to follow. I didn't have scallions handy so left them out with no problem. The ratio of red miso to white 3:1 creates a heartier, richer flavor that is a good match for the cooler months (like now!). Will use more white miso when the weather eventually warms for a lighter-tasting soup. Miso soup is great as there are...

Reviewed Glazed Bonito Flakes

Feb 27, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

A great way to ensure post-dashi bonito flakes don't go to waste. So far I've put a little of these glazed bonito flakes inside some onigiri (a nice savory surprise), but I'm looking forward to using them in a variety of recipes."

Reviewed Miso Soup

Feb 27, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

Delicious and an easy recipe to follow. I didn't have scallions handy so left them out with no problem. The ratio of red miso to white 3:1 creates a heartier, richer flavor that is a good match for the cooler months (like now!). Will use more white miso when the weather eventually warms for a lighter-tasting soup. Miso soup is great as there are...

Reviewed Dashi

Feb 27, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

An easy recipe to follow and delicious. I was able to find some ingredients locally and purchased others at reasonable prices at an online asian grocery. Between this dashi recipe and Alton's miso soup recipe, I had miso soup for lunch for a week. "

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