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Camarones al Ajillo (Shrimp in Garlic Sauce) reviewed by kateq

From: A Taste of Old Cuba: More Than 150 Recipes for Delicious, Authentic, and Traditional Dishes (reviewed 1st April 2020)

Man these are good! And they could not be simpler--saute shrimps and garlic in hot oil for about 3 minutes; add lime juice and salt and pepper and guve...
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Prune Bread reviewed by kaye16

From: Bread Machine Baker (reviewed 28th March 2020)

A really nice fruit bread, good texture, moist It's small (1#) because all the loaves in this book are. 28mar20:Rapid/Small/Dark
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Pain de Mie reviewed by jenncc

From: Sarabeth's Bakery: From My Hands to Yours (reviewed 27th March 2020)

This bread had terrific flavor- slightly sweet from the milk and sugar (I subbed some with honey) and perfect for sandwiches. The crumb is a little denser/more...
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! Bowl Gluten Free Banana Bread reviewed by jenncc

From: Minimalist Baker (reviewed 26th March 2020)

Great texture and flavor make this a wonderful banana bread. It has great banana flavor, rises nicely, very moist and has a proper crumb (isn't gummy...
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Oat Bread reviewed by kaye16

From: The Big Book of Bread Machine Recipes (reviewed 25th March 2020)

Very good for bread machine bread. I made a medium loaf. My oat bran was expired, but smelt ok so I used it. Used the vital gluten. Very high loaf, very...
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Semolina Bread reviewed by kaye16

From: The Big Book of Bread Machine Recipes (reviewed 25th March 2020)

Made the 1-1/2# loaf. It was very high. Tasty bread; kept fairly well. It was strangely crumbly, even when fresh and most, so not the best for sandwiches...
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Pain de Mie reviewed by jenncc

From: One Dough, Ten Breads: Making Great Bread by Hand (reviewed 23rd March 2020)

Straight forward recipe for a straight forward white loaf. Excellent for sandwiches, toasted with jam or with bacon and eggs, this is versatile and tasty....
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Dominick's Basic Pizza Dough reviewed by kateq

From: Food.com (reviewed 23rd March 2020)

This is my go-to pizza dough--though over the years I have altered it slightly. These days I'm most like;y to use honey rather than sugar. Usually double...
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Quite Possibly the Best Chickpeas reviewed by jenncc

From: Epicurious (reviewed 22nd March 2020)

This could quite possibly be my favorite preparation for chickpeas - simple, delicious and relying on only the simplest ingredients. The broth alone is...
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Mexican Potato, Carrot, and Pea Salad reviewed by kaye16

From: 365 Easy Mexican Recipes (John Boswell Associates Book) (reviewed 21st March 2020)

This was a really nice, simple-to-make side. I had no red potatoes, so used some small Amandines; didn't peel them, but did cut into quarters mostly. Put...
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St. Louis Gooey Butter Cake reviewed by jenncc

From: Smitten Kitchen (reviewed 20th March 2020)

Gooey indeed! This is a very decadent cake with rich flavors of butter, vanilla and yeasty goodness. While most recipes for this cake call for a cake...
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Big O Cookies reviewed by jenncc

From: Zingerman's Bakehouse (reviewed 19th March 2020)

This is a great oatmeal cookie! I did add about 1/2 cup of walnuts. The maple syrup is what I think gives this a special flavor, as well as the addition...
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Barley Pilaf with Green Beans, Mushrooms, and Pesto reviewed by kaye16

From: The Very Best Of Recipes for Health: 250 Recipes and More from the Popular Feature on NYTimes.com (reviewed 19th March 2020)

I made a half version of this (which should serve 6) as a main course for two. Not generous servings, but sufficient. And very nice. The squeaky beans...
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Marinated Lentils with Lemony Broccolini and Feta reviewed by jenncc

From: Bon Appetit (reviewed 18th March 2020)

This came together quickly and had great flavors I would have otherwise not thought to put together. Especially loved the roasted lemon! I used black...
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Saffron-Roasted Cauliflower reviewed by kaye16

From: Reza's Indian Spice (reviewed 16th March 2020)

Oops, I forgot the saffron. Still, it was good stuff, even if my raisins never did puff up.
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Black Pepper Chicken reviewed by kaye16

From: Reza's Indian Spice (reviewed 16th March 2020)

I made a halfish recipe of this. It was tasty, but the recipe seems very badly written/edited. - Should cardamon seeds be measured/ground with the pods...
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Toasted Oat Bread reviewed by jenncc

From: Bien Cuit: The Art of Bread (reviewed 14th March 2020)

This one was a struggle - the dough was so wet and unruly even after adding extra flour! The "rolling and tucking" method was not working for me, and even...
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Beef Stew in Red Wine Sauce reviewed by kateq

From: Food & Wine (reviewed 11th March 2020)

This is outstanding! No bargain--a whole bottle of decent red wine and lean beef--but so worth it. It totally resolves my main issues with beef stew---that...
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Spicy Syrian-Style Lentil Soup—Shawrbat Addas Majroosha reviewed by kaye16

From: Bean By Bean: A Cookbook: More than 200 Recipes for Fresh Beans, Dried Beans, Cool Beans, Hot Beans, Savory Beans...Even Sweet Beans! (reviewed 10th March 2020)

Really tasty stuff. Eight cups of water would make a *really* thin soup. I used only six and it was still quite runny. Use only four and you could serve...
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Brazilian Cheesy Bread reviewed by jenncc

From: food52 (reviewed 9th March 2020)

I have never been to a Brazilian Steakhouse but apparently these are often served with the meal - which makes me entertain the idea of going to a Brazilian...
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Gratin of Potatoes in the Style of the Auvergne reviewed by kaye16

From: Paula Wolfert's world of food: A collection of recipes from her kitchen, travels, and friends (reviewed 8th March 2020)

These were really delicious. I made about a third recipe for the two of us. The addition of roquefort was really nice, not dominant, just a nice zing....
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Pan-Fried Pork Chops with Sherry Vinegar and French Cornichons reviewed by kaye16

From: Paula Wolfert's world of food: A collection of recipes from her kitchen, travels, and friends (reviewed 8th March 2020)

Very good and fairly easy. It always amazes me how sour flavors (in this case vinegar and cornichons) make fat (in this case butter) taste less fat. I...
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Quick Kimichi Pancakes reviewed by jenncc

From: Bon Appetit (reviewed 7th March 2020)

Really enjoyed this fast, easy recipe. We made some thin and crisp and others thick - I enjoyed the thicker ones even if the outside was a little less...
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Puerto Rican Style Chicken and Rice reviewed by kateq

From: Food.com (reviewed 6th March 2020)

This is a remarkably easy one-pan main course with great flavor. It would get 5 stars but for the fact that the timing is off--it needs more time for...
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Roasted Chicken Thighs with Lemon and Oregano reviewed by jenncc

From: Bon Appetit (reviewed 4th March 2020)

This was easy and after reading the reviews I was prepared for it to need a bit of tweaking time wise. I followed the recipe as written other than timing-...
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Persian-ish Rice reviewed by jenncc

From: Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat: Mastering the Elements of Good Cooking (reviewed 1st March 2020)

This was super simple and delicious! My cooking time was about 8-10 minutes shorter than hers (and the rice was getting dark/plenty cooked). I felt I...
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Ratatouille reviewed by Peckish Sister

From: The Cook's Illustrated Cookbook: 2,000 Recipes from 20 Years of America's Most Trusted Cooking Magazine (reviewed 29th February 2020)

This family favorite is the only way I have been able to eat eggplant, perhaps because it it salted, any excess moisture squeezed out and then roasted...
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One Skillet Roasted Sesame Chicken Thighs reviewed by jenncc

From: Bon Appetit (reviewed 28th February 2020)

This was a wonderful dish! I followed directions/cooking times pretty closely and found that my chicken thighs only needed about 8 minutes on the stove...
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Curried Red Lentils with Coconut Milk reviewed by kaye16

From: Small Victories: Recipes, Advice + Hundreds of Ideas for Home Cooking Triumphs (reviewed 25th February 2020)

I made this from the Food52 site. Now I want the book.
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Curried Lentils with Coconut Milk reviewed by kaye16

From: food52 (reviewed 25th February 2020)

This was easy and really delicious. Not hot spicy, but tasty spicy. I made a half recipe and served over round-grain brown rice. I used all the spices...
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Braised Lamb Shanks with Rosemary reviewed by jenncc

From: Epicurious (reviewed 25th February 2020)

Tasty dish and mostly hands off. I halved the recipe, used whole canned tomatoes, thickened the sauce by boiling it down and blending with the immersion...
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Creamy Polenta with Mushroom Ragù reviewed by kaye16

From: The Kitchn (reviewed 24th February 2020)

Very good stuff. A half recipe was good for two people. A bit more polenta, maybe 1/2 more for the whole recipe, might have been nice, since the polenta...
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Banana Foster Quinoa Pudding reviewed by hipcook

From: Patricia's Pickles, Preserves, & Provisions (reviewed 23rd February 2020)

As a dessert, honestly, I found this disappointing. It's OK, but it tastes too much like someone tried to make it "healthy". The caramel isn't ooey-gooey...
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Easy Nixtamalized Corn Tortillas reviewed by jenncc

From: Serious Eats (reviewed 22nd February 2020)

These are easy, and though there is an overnight soak the time it takes for them to come together is minimal. They were very good hot off the griddle...
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Broiled Fish Steaks with Fresh Ginger Sauce reviewed by kaye16

From: The Tabasco Cookbook: 125 Years of America's Favorite Pepper Sauce (reviewed 20th February 2020)

Really good stuff. I used tuna, but I think the sauce would work with white meat chicken, maybe even pork. Easy and very tasty.
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Pork Loin Roast with Sauerkraut reviewed by kaye16

From: The Great Cooks' Guide to CLAY Cookery (reviewed 17th February 2020)

Good stuff and easy. Our bakje of sauerkraut got mashed in the sack and lost all its liquid, so there was no gravy. I forgot to add sliced apple to the...
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Cowboy Cookies reviewed by jenncc

From: Homesick Texan (reviewed 16th February 2020)

This is a simple, tasty cookie that comes together easily and can be a base for other add-ins. Instead of chocolate chips I have used nuts, cereal and/or...
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Spaghetti with Pecorino and Black Papper reviewed by kaye16

From: Moosewood Restaurant Cooks at Home: Fast and Easy Recipes for Any Day (reviewed 4th February 2020)

How long have I had this book? Why haven't I made this recipe before? It is excellent, simple to make and comfort food at its best. Because there was no...
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Coconut Rice Pudding reviewed by Peckish Sister

From: Slow Cooker Revolution (reviewed 4th February 2020)

I love this dairy-free, delicious rice pudding made with light coconut milk. I leave out the garam masala. It is important to use medium rice. I had been...
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Rice Pudding reviewed by Peckish Sister

From: Slow Cooker Revolution (reviewed 4th February 2020)

Using the rice type of rice is essential. I make it without raisins or cinnamon. I have under-(too thin) and over-cooked it (too thick). But when you get...
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Macaroni and Cheese reviewed by Peckish Sister

From: Slow Cooker Revolution (reviewed 4th February 2020)

We serve this for Holiday dinners at the request of the guests! I make it in my slow cooker that can also saute, etc, so I make the cheese sauce in it,...
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Riz au Four—Baked Rice reviewed by kaye16

From: The New York Times 60-Minute Gourmet (reviewed 3rd February 2020)

Very good and not that much more trouble that regular rice. I did add a goodly dose of Tabasco, but couldn't taste it at table. A third recipe was good...
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Courgettes au Citron—Zucchini with Oil and Lemon reviewed by kaye16

From: The New York Times 60-Minute Gourmet (reviewed 3rd February 2020)

Wow, a zucchini recipe that DH likes! This is really easy, and very good. Chunks of zucchini, sautéed till they brown a bit, then steamed with lemon juice...
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Coquilles St. Jacques et Poireaux avec Pernod—Scallops and Leeks with Pernod reviewed by kaye16

From: The New York Times 60-Minute Gourmet (reviewed 3rd February 2020)

This was really delicious. I neglected to add the last bit of butter to the sauce, but no one complained. It's really fat enough without that. I used Ricard,...
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Easy bone in chicken breasts reviewed by Kestrel

From: Food.com (reviewed 1st February 2020)

This is a really easy and great way to prepare bone in, skin on chicken. I’ve done both breasts and thighs with drumsticks. The addition of stock to...
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Risotto Friuli-Style with Rosemary and White Wine reviewed by kaye16

From: Marcella Cucina (reviewed 1st February 2020)

A really simple and delicious risotto.
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Herbed Wide Noodles reviewed by kaye16

From: Braises and Stews: Everyday Slow-Cooked Recipes (reviewed 28th January 2020)

Easy way to dress up noodles as a side. - Chop up a pile of herbs: lots of parsley, some basil, chives, and maybe something else to match your main dish. -...
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Tuscan Chicken Stew reviewed by kaye16

From: Braises and Stews: Everyday Slow-Cooked Recipes (reviewed 28th January 2020)

3.5 perhaps. Ed liked this a lot; I thought it was ordinary. ??? I made a half-ish recipe. The two of us ate all of what should have served three.
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Eggs Three Ways reviewed by Peckish Sister

From: Paleo Cooking with Your Air Fryer: 80+ Recipes for Healthier Fried Food in Less Time (reviewed 26th January 2020)

I love their poached eggs - cracked into oiled ramekins, if you make sure there is a thin layer of oil on top, they do not come out dried out on top. I...
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Buffalo Cauli-bites reviewed by Peckish Sister

From: Paleo Cooking with Your Air Fryer: 80+ Recipes for Healthier Fried Food in Less Time (reviewed 26th January 2020)

This delicious faux chicken wing dish made from cauliflower is really delicious, but it turns out dripping in too much oil/ghee, so I cut the ghee in half....
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Coconut Shrimp reviewed by Peckish Sister

From: Paleo Cooking with Your Air Fryer: 80+ Recipes for Healthier Fried Food in Less Time (reviewed 26th January 2020)

We have tried several air fryer coconut shrimp recipes but like this the best. It is important to have good quality unsweetened shredded coconut, and this...
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Simple Bison Balls reviewed by Peckish Sister

From: Paleo Cooking with Your Air Fryer: 80+ Recipes for Healthier Fried Food in Less Time (reviewed 26th January 2020)

This is a meat-heavy mixture without eggs, milk, breadcrumbs, etc, but does have onion and herbs. I like it for a quick supper. The meatballs cook in a...
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Sweet Chili Spiced Chicken reviewed by Peckish Sister

From: Air Fry Everything! (reviewed 26th January 2020)

The dry rub is excellent. We frequently make this recipe with chicken thighs. I make large batches of the rub. For the two tablespoons of chili powder...
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Honey-Mustard Chicken Wings reviewed by Peckish Sister

From: Air Fry Everything! (reviewed 26th January 2020)

It will taste different depending on what type of mustard you use. Whole seed mustard made a thin sauce and many of the seeds did not stick. It helped...
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Cherry Chipotle BBQ Chicken Wings reviewed by Peckish Sister

From: Air Fry Everything! (reviewed 26th January 2020)

We liked the rub that was used for cooking the chicken wings, it is worth trying without the sauce. The ssauce was improved by heating the cherry jam to...
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Beer Battered Onion Rings reviewed by Peckish Sister

From: Air Fry Everything! (reviewed 26th January 2020)

I used gluten-free beer, flour and bread crumbs in this recipe. The trick was to be sure to spray on enough oil to saturate the coating or it came out...
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Cuisse de Volaille à la Diable—Deviled Chicen Legs reviewed by kaye16

From: The New York Times 60-Minute Gourmet (reviewed 24th January 2020)

Really a hit. For a half recipe I used four thighs rather than two complete legs. Dijon mustard. Only 10min for the second baking in the oven This takes...
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Baked French Toast with Pecan Crumble reviewed by jenncc

From: Epicurious (reviewed 20th January 2020)

Everyone really enjoyed this - custardy moist inside with crisp edges and not too sweet. I halved the recipe but used the full amount of pecan topping...
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Meatballs, The New Way reviewed by hipcook

From: VB6: Eat Vegan Before 6:00 to Lose Weight and Restore Your Health . . . for Good (reviewed 20th January 2020)

The role of a panade is played by bulgur wheat (or another cooked whole grain) in this recipe, bringing moisture and adding nuttiness and texture that...
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Is This Your Chard? Burger reviewed by hipcook

From: The Bob's Burgers Burger Book: Real Recipes for Joke Burgers (reviewed 19th January 2020)

Good burger. Will make again. Cheese, sauteed greens, and caramelized onions combine to make a soft, succulent topping for a burger perfect for a winter's...
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Skillet Chicken with Crushed Olives and Sumac reviewed by jenncc

From: Dining In: Highly Cookable Recipes (reviewed 18th January 2020)

This is a simple, delicious weeknight meal - only required one pan, comes together quickly and taste great. I did not have Castelvetrano olives (mine...
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Raspberry Streusel Bars reviewed by kateq

From: Sally's Baking Addiction (reviewed 12th January 2020)

Very simple and quite delicious. Flexible--could use other fruit (cranberry sauce & whole cranberries; blueberry preserves and the berries, etc)....
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Pasta e Fagiola reviewed by kateq

From: Cookie + Kate (reviewed 12th January 2020)

This is good soup--a healthier version of the classic without forfeiting flavor.
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Ultra Crispy Slow Roasted Pork reviewed by jenncc

From: Serious Eats (reviewed 8th January 2020)

I think this maybe a five (or at least four star recipe) however it was only a three for me. I followed all instructions but I guess 9 hours was not enough....
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Chickpea, Spinach and Sweet Potato Soup reviewed by kaye16

From: Ainsley Harriott's Gourmet Express 2 (reviewed 6th January 2020)

This was really good, suprised me actually. - The recipe is supposed to serve 4; two of us ate it all as dinner. - My sweet potato was pretty wimpy, so...
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Three Cities of Spain Cheesecake reviewed by jenncc

From: Epicurious (reviewed 3rd January 2020)

This impressive cheesecake taste great with a truly luscious texture, and was surprisingly easy to put together. I made a gingersnap crust (following...
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The Lake Palace Hotel's Aubergine Cooked in the Pickling Style— Bargan Achari reviewed by kaye16

From: Madhur Jaffrey's Indian Cooking (reviewed 2nd January 2020)

I've looked at this recipe repeatedly, but never managed to make it. Finally did, as part of our new year's day meal, and delicious it is. I cut my eggplant...
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Cavolini Gratinati - Brussels Sprouts au Gratin reviewed by kaye16

From: Antonio Carluccio's Vegetables (reviewed 26th December 2019)

First of all the sprouts are boiled; there are better was to cook them. Then they are covered with a (tasty) bechamel, well, not covered, but drowned....
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Pistachio Shortbreads reviewed by jenncc

From: Epicurious (reviewed 26th December 2019)

This is a very humble little cookie - simple in flavor and technique (food processor, slice and bake). The dough is firm enough to form perfect little...
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Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup Cookies reviewed by jenncc

From: Smitten Kitchen (reviewed 23rd December 2019)

This is a decadent addition to the Christmas Cookie tray. These are fun to put together and come out looking great, tho mine did not flatten as much as...
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Intensely Chocolatey Pumpkin Bread reviewed by kateq

From: Washington Post (reviewed 22nd December 2019)

Very easy to throw together and really tasty. I used a third mini bittersweet chips and 2/3 regular semi-sweet chips. Recipe makes one nice plump loaf...
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Holiday Butter Cookies reviewed by jenncc

From: King Arthur Flour (reviewed 22nd December 2019)

It's rare that a iced holiday cookie has this good of flavor! Aside from the Food and Wine Lemon Rosemary sugar cookies these may be my favorite. The Fiori...
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7-Veg Tomato Sauce reviewed by Kestrel

From: JamieOliver.com (reviewed 20th December 2019)

I didn't like this sauce much at all. The ingredients are all things we like but for us the resulting sauce was bland. I managed to rescue it by adding...
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Woodland Meringues reviewed by Kestrel

From: Sweet: Desserts from London's Ottolenghi (reviewed 19th December 2019)

These are so so good. I made my meringues way ahead of time as I was sure they would last well in an airtight tin. I did the chocolate hazelnut coating...
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Salmon with Anchovy Garlic Butter reviewed by kateq

From: Cooking (reviewed 16th December 2019)

this would be a five if it were not for the questionable time/temperature directions. I'm very glad I read the notes appended to the recipe prior to making...
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Hot and Sour Chicken and Mushroom Soup reviewed by kaye16

From: Ainsley Harriott's Gourmet Express (reviewed 13th December 2019)

Fast and DEElicious. The relish of onion, red chili, and coriander leaves was a nice touch.
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The Saturday 75% Whole Wheat Bread reviewed by jenncc

From: Flour Water Salt Yeast: The Fundamentals of Artisan Bread and Pizza (reviewed 9th December 2019)

I am always amazed that 4 simple ingredients can make something so pleasurable and sustaining! This bread is no exception. Like the other breads I have...
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Vanilla Bean and Cardamom Baked Arroz Con Leche reviewed by jenncc

From: Small Plates and Sweet Treats: My Family's Journey to Gluten-Free Cooking, from the Creator of Cannelle et Vanille (reviewed 8th December 2019)

I love rice pudding and this was no exception! I docked one star because it took about 20 minutes longer in the oven to get close to pudding texture (even...
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Cauliflower Garlic Soup with Watercress Pesto reviewed by jenncc

From: Tartine All Day: Modern Recipes for the Home Cook (reviewed 8th December 2019)

This soup is a great canvas for add ins and toppings. It's a tasty soup, garlicy and creamy. But I believe the star here is the pesto. I did not have...
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Spicy Cauliflower Soup reviewed by jenncc

From: The Art of Simple Food: Notes, Lessons, and Recipes from a Delicious Revolution (reviewed 7th December 2019)

Surprised I have never reviewed this one as it is a winter favorite! Sometimes I garnish it with just a squeeze of lemon or lime. I have also topped...
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Sumac Snickerdoodles reviewed by jenncc

From: My Name Is Yeh (reviewed 7th December 2019)

I loved these, just wish the sumac/strawberry flavor was stronger. Halved recipe to make about 12 large cookies. The texture was great -soft, chewy centers...
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Curried Cauliflower Bisque reviewed by kaye16

From: Vegetarian Planet (reviewed 2nd December 2019)

Pretty good stuff. Be a bit generous with the curry powder. I cut back the milk by at least a cup, since it seemed way too much. Result was tasty.
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Potato "Tostones" (Flattened Potatoes) reviewed by kaye16

From: The Essential New York Times Cookbook: Classic Recipes for a New Century (reviewed 21st November 2019)

These were good, if tedious to make. For the fat, I used fat rendered for a duck breast I cooked recently.
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Fish Steamed over Vegetables and Fresh Herbs reviewed by kaye16

From: The Essential New York Times Cookbook: Classic Recipes for a New Century (reviewed 21st November 2019)

This was pretty good, but doubt if I'd make it again. My half recipe still made an enormous amount of veggies. We didn't manage to eat them all. Easy to...
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Perfect, Uncluttered Chicken Stock reviewed by kateq

From: Smitten Kitchen (reviewed 18th November 2019)

unbelievably easy---chicken wings, water, onion, garlic, salt--just 5 ingredients in the slow cooker and Voila! Great stock.
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Whole Lemon &/or Orange Marmalade reviewed by kateq

From: Golden: Sweet & Savory Baked Delights from the Ovens of London's Honey & Co. (reviewed 18th November 2019)

I make this with a combination of mandarins (clementines) and lemons and it is easy and delicious. When blood oranges are baack in the market, I'll use...
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Cloverleaf Rolls reviewed by kateq

From: Cooking (reviewed 18th November 2019)

Lovely rolls--just right for the dinner table. And a bonus: they freeze and reheat beautifully. A great make-ahead!
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Harvest Stuffing Bread reviewed by kateq

From: food52 (reviewed 18th November 2019)

This bread really does taste like stuffing--and thehouse smells like the holidays while it's baking. I made some minor changes--I added some minced fresh...
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Maple Pecan Sticky Buns reviewed by kateq

From: Food & Wine (reviewed 18th November 2019)

Very nice and very easy--I made a oneand a half sized batch and need about an extra half cup of flour. I also (lazy person that I am) did not toast the...
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Golden Cauliflower and Rice Pilaf reviewed by kaye16

From: Vegetable Harvest: Vegetables at the Center of the Plate (reviewed 16th November 2019)

Main dish at lunchtime? Maybe. Main dish for main meal? Not really. Tasty though. The curry flavor is almost missable, like most French food. Easy to...
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Rice with Black Pepper Sauce reviewed by kaye16

From: The Savory Way (reviewed 11th November 2019)

Very tasty, comfort food. Quick. - I didn't use mortar&pestle for the herbs, just chop-chop-chop. Gave the pepper corns (all 2tsps) a spin in the spice...
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One-Pot Creamy Mushroom and Spinach Orzo reviewed by kaye16

From: The Kitchn (reviewed 9th November 2019)

A half recipe of this was a lovely dinner for two on a cold and wet evening. Comfort food at its best. Instant favorite.
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Chipotle Flourless Chocolate Cake reviewed by kaye16

From: Simply Recipes (reviewed 3rd November 2019)

An instant do-me-again favorite. Spicy, but not challenging. Kind of like a spicy brownie. I used 185g 70% chocolate and 100g 85% chocolate.
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Sticky Asian Salmon reviewed by hipcook

From: Sous Vide Supreme (reviewed 2nd November 2019)

I've been making an ersatz Asian-ish salmon for a long time, with a doctored Hoisin/vaguely teriyaki-ish glaze. This recipe doesn't have that level of...
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Potato Bread reviewed by jenncc

From: Flour: Spectacular Recipes from Boston's Flour Bakery + Cafe (reviewed 2nd November 2019)

What can I add that Zosia hasn't already said - these are wonderful, excellent interior crumb and great flavor with just a subtle rosemary flavor. They...
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Plymouth Roquefort Burger reviewed by hipcook

From: The Bob's Burgers Burger Book: Real Recipes for Joke Burgers (reviewed 1st November 2019)

It's a neat take on a Thanksgiving burger - turkey, cranberry sauce, and blue cheese for some creaminess and spice. The apple I used added some generic...
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Rosemary-Apple-Cranberry Galette reviewed by kaye16

From: Vegetable Harvest: Vegetables at the Center of the Plate (reviewed 30th October 2019)

This was okay, but not as nice as I'd have liked. The rosemary was an interesting touch. It took two apples to cover the tart in two rows. Most of the...
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Broccoli Puree with a HInt of Mint reviewed by kaye16

From: Vegetable Harvest: Vegetables at the Center of the Plate (reviewed 30th October 2019)

This was surprisingly good, surprising because broccoli and mint is not an expected combination to me. The recipes is supposed to serve twelve -- NOT....
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Light, Flaky Whole Wheat Pastry reviewed by kaye16

From: Vegetable Harvest: Vegetables at the Center of the Plate (reviewed 30th October 2019)

This does *not* make 2 rimless tarts, only a single one. Pretty good though.
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Quinoa and Broccoli Casserole reviewed by hipcook

From: The Food Network (reviewed 28th October 2019)

Turns out I do like quinoa, if you cook it in enough half-and-half and cheese. Alton's right; this is squarely in comfort food territory. This serves...
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