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Chili Colorado reviewed by jenncc

From: Bon Appetit (reviewed 17th October 2017)

Tender pieces of pork simmered in a deep, savory chili puree- this is a very rich, comforting, stew. I used boneless pork loin roast (did not trim the...
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Cookie Monster's Favorite Molasses Crackle Cookies reviewed by kalamansi

From: Sesame Street Let's Cook! (reviewed 16th October 2017)

We made the large chewy option rather than the small crisp version and they turned out great.
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Zingerman’s Detroit-Style Pizza reviewed by jenncc

From: joy the baker (reviewed 15th October 2017)

This comes together quickly (verses other pizza recipes I have made). Technique is very good - I achieved the crispy edges and bottom with additional...
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Roasted Carrots With Harissa and Crème Fraîche reviewed by friederike

From: Serious Eats (reviewed 14th October 2017)

We didn't actually add any of the spices, we only used this recipe for parboiling and roasting carrots and parsnips as the spices wouldn't have worked...
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Sweet Potato and Apple Soup reviewed by amarie8

From: The School Year Survival Cookbook: Healthy Recipes and Sanity-Saving Strategies for Every Family and Every Meal (Even Snacks) (reviewed 14th October 2017)

Recipes calls for two "medium" sweet potatoes. Considering the sweet potatoes in my area range from 0.5 to 3 pounds, that was a bit vague. The notes suggest...
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Huevos Rancheros Breakfast Burritos reviewed by amarie8

From: The School Year Survival Cookbook: Healthy Recipes and Sanity-Saving Strategies for Every Family and Every Meal (Even Snacks) (reviewed 14th October 2017)

Texture was okay although a little "soft"; unfortunately there was very little flavour. I'm not a fan of spice so that's not what I was looking for; just...flavour....
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Lemon Cardamom Apple Cake reviewed by amarie8

From: The School Year Survival Cookbook: Healthy Recipes and Sanity-Saving Strategies for Every Family and Every Meal (Even Snacks) (reviewed 14th October 2017)

Flavour and texture were great. Unfortunately, the batter overflowed the prescribed 11x7" pan, and took almost 3x as long to bake as suggested. I would...
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Balsamico-Linsen mit Lachs reviewed by friederike

From: Einfach Hausgemacht (reviewed 12th October 2017)

The idea is very nice, the execution - just awful! So many details are wrong with this recipe, nearly all of them a question of quantity and proportion. First...
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Salmon Steaks with Cucumber Sauce reviewed by kaye16

From: The Tabasco Cookbook: 125 Years of America's Favorite Pepper Sauce (reviewed 11th October 2017)

There being only salmon for one at the store today, I made this with some nice little tuna steaks. It was quite good, but at table we found the tabasco...
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Orange and Almond Cake reviewed by kateq

From: Everything Tastes Better Outdoors (Wings Great Cookbooks) (reviewed 11th October 2017)

love this cake. And for those who need to avoid gluten, it's a gift. I butter the pan and then dust it with rice flour, so as to maintain the gluten free...
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Roasted Eggplant Spread reviewed by kateq

From: Six Seasons: A New Way with Vegetables (reviewed 10th October 2017)

This very simple spread is made up of an eggplant, roasted until it is totally soft, scraped into a food processor with colatura, vinegar, some peperoncini...
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Chicken Breast with Pancetta Cream and Peas reviewed by kaye16

From: Cooking Light (reviewed 10th October 2017)

This is quite simple, but very tasty. I used lardons natures instead of pancetta. I thought some sliced mushrooms might have been a good addition; Ed thought...
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Pain au Lait Pullman reviewed by jenncc

From: The Hot Bread Kitchen Cookbook: Artisanal Baking from Around the World (reviewed 9th October 2017)

Loved this buttery sandwich loaf! I halved this recipe and used my 9 inch pullman pan (without lid). It rose beautifully, the dough was very easy to...
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Claudia Roden's Orange and Almond Cake reviewed by kateq

From: Two Kitchens: Family Recipes from Sicily and Rome (reviewed 9th October 2017)

A lovely cake with the added bonus of being naturally gluten free. While it takes a bit of time (mostly inactive) it is quite easy to make. I dust my...
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Claudia Roden's Orange and Almond Cake reviewed by kateq

From: Cooking (reviewed 9th October 2017)

A lovely cake with the added bonus of being naturally gluten free. While it takes a bit of time (mostly inactive) it is quite easy to make. I dust my...
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French Lentils With Garlic and Thyme reviewed by jenncc

From: The New York Times (reviewed 9th October 2017)

Excellent recipe and cooking method. I used leeks instead of onion and 4-5 springs of fresh thyme. Will use leftovers to make a lentil salad.
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Aunt Renee's Chicken Soup reviewed by kateq

From: Small Victories: Recipes, Advice + Hundreds of Ideas for Home Cooking Triumphs (reviewed 8th October 2017)

This makes a delicious, rich and slightly sweet stock and a very good chicken vegetable soup. I parted company only when it came to the addition of a...
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Lemon Spice Visiting Cake reviewed by kateq

From: Cooking (reviewed 8th October 2017)

I made this as written but skipped the optional marmalade glaze, using instead a lemon glaze I had on hand. I also baked it in a 9" loaf pan and it came...
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Greek Minced Meat Casserole / Griechischer Hackfleischauflauf reviewed by friederike

From: Einfach Hausgemacht (reviewed 8th October 2017)

One-pot dish that you can easily prepare in advance; just follow the recipe, but stop before adding the yoghurt, pasta and feta. Too bad I only realized...
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Vermicelli Kheer reviewed by kaye16

From: At Home with Madhur Jaffrey: Simple, Delectable Dishes from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka (reviewed 7th October 2017)

I made a half recipe with 2% milk, rather than whole milk. Pretty tasty, but after more than 10 minutes of cooking, thick was not a word I'd just to describe...
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Salaad reviewed by kaye16

From: At Home with Madhur Jaffrey: Simple, Delectable Dishes from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka (reviewed 7th October 2017)

A very good little salad to accompany an Indian meal. I made with lemon juice because that was handy, but lime would have been nice too.
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Pork (or Lamb) with Lentils reviewed by kaye16

From: At Home with Madhur Jaffrey: Simple, Delectable Dishes from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka (reviewed 7th October 2017)

Made with pork. Easy to make. Very tasty. - I made the whole recipe; we'll have three good servings from it. Could be stretched to four probably, as indicated. -...
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Spiced Roasted Cashews reviewed by kaye16

From: At Home with Madhur Jaffrey: Simple, Delectable Dishes from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka (reviewed 7th October 2017)

Easy easy easy and oh-so-more-ish.
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Risotto with Lemon and Crème Fraîche reviewed by kaye16

From: The Essential New York Times Cookbook: Classic Recipes for a New Century (reviewed 6th October 2017)

Only so-so, nothing as special as Hesser promised in the intro.
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Asian Spaghetti and Chicken Meatballs reviewed by kaye16

From: Better Homes & Gardens Recipes (reviewed 5th October 2017)

Quite tasty and easy. - I used 500g of sauté de poulet (which is skinless, boneless chicken thighs) for the ground chicken. I chunked this, buzzed it...
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Pasta with aubergine & tomato sauce reviewed by friederike

From: JamieOliver.com (reviewed 5th October 2017)

You'll need two cans of tomatoes instead of one, and we used mascarpone instead of ricotta. Serves six.
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Delhi-Style Bhuna Lamb reviewed by kaye16

From: At Home with Madhur Jaffrey: Simple, Delectable Dishes from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka (reviewed 3rd October 2017)

Delicious and easy. I made a whole recipe with 748g lamb shoulder, slightly short. Two of us, being only a big piggy, ate all of this. The 4-6 servings...
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Turkey Tetrazzini reviewed by hipcook

From: Jane Brody's Good Food Book (reviewed 2nd October 2017)

Not a bad recipe. Not quite enough sauce for my taste, but that might be another case of needing to bake in a wider pan. Could use some additional herb...
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Chilled Curried Carrot Soup with Coconut Milk reviewed by Sovay

From: A Celebration of Soup: With Classic Recipes from Around the World (Cookery Library) (reviewed 1st October 2017)

I've made the book version of this a few times (though served it hot - can't come to terms with cold soup) and it's a good first course. This time I made...
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Chicken Tagine with Olives and Preserved Lemons reviewed by kaye16

From: New York Times - Recipes (reviewed 30th September 2017)

I made a halfish recipe with four thighs. Good, but not the best perhaps. Definitely wanted more olives. Not sure why the pulp was removed from the preserved...
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Carrot and Pistachio Salad reviewed by kaye16

From: The Splendid Table (reviewed 30th September 2017)

We really liked this salad. It's easy to make and really delicious (especially if you're a pomegranate molsses fan). The only problem with the recipe...
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Coq a la biere reviewed by Sovay

From: Jenny Baker's Cuisine Grandmere: From Brittany, Normandy, Picardy and Flanders (reviewed 30th September 2017)

I've spent a few holidays in Belgium and always enjoyed the beer-based dishes - particularly the rabbit in beer (to which this recipe could easily be applied)....
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"Hamburger" Kebabs--Chappal kebab reviewed by kaye16

From: Madhur Jaffrey's Quick & Easy Indian Cooking (reviewed 26th September 2017)

This is a book that I use frequently, and I'm still surprised to find yet one more super recipe here. I made a halfish recipe using 350g beef. The beef...
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Fresh Red Chutney with Almonds reviewed by kaye16

From: Madhur Jaffrey's Quick & Easy Indian Cooking (reviewed 26th September 2017)

Another surprisingly good recipe. Neither of us are fond of raw bell peppers, but puréed in this sauce they are delicious. Didn't add the optional dill....
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Schokoladenglasur reviewed by friederike

From: Betty Bossi (reviewed 21st September 2017)

Not really a cake, merely a chocolate glaze, but simple and very good.
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Kokos-Zauberkuchen reviewed by friederike

From: Springlane (reviewed 21st September 2017)

Disgusting. I actually made this cake twice, because I had forgotten to add milk the first time around, which resulted in some kind of semi coconut omelette....
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Peach and Blueberry Soured Cream Cobbler reviewed by kaye16

From: The Kitchen Diaries: A Year in the Kitchen (reviewed 20th September 2017)

Really a super recipe, and easy to do. Slater has you use fresh peaches and blueberries, but I'm pretty sure frozen fruit would work fine, and in other...
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Sgadan Abergwaun reviewed by Sovay

From: A Taste of Wales (reviewed 17th September 2017)

There is no separate Welsh option in Cuisine Type! Only English/Scottish (!) and Irish. So I've had to go for "Other". Anyway this is a good recipe...
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Mustard Chops reviewed by kaye16

From: The Kitchen Diaries: A Year in the Kitchen (reviewed 17th September 2017)

Easy and very tasty. My chops didn't marinate for the full one hour, but that would only make them better.
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Dr. Martin's Mix reviewed by Sovay

From: The I Hate to Cook Book (reviewed 17th September 2017)

I have this book largely for historical reasons (though also because it makes me laugh and I like the drawings) so have never envisaged cooking many of...
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Polish Stuffed Cabbage (Galumkis) reviewed by hipcook

From: The Frugal Gourmet on Our Immigrant Ancestors (reviewed 17th September 2017)

Curried Red Lentil Zucchini Soup reviewed by Queezle_Sister

From: food52 (reviewed 16th September 2017)

Easy, delicious, and what a brilliant way to hide zucchini. Why we have 5 zucchini plants growing in our garden, I do not know, but I do know that getting...
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Healthy Zucchini Bread reviewed by Queezle_Sister

From: Cookie + Kate (reviewed 16th September 2017)

I searched for a zucchini bread recipe that would produce something healthy. This is quite good - much less oil and sugar than most recipes, and lots...
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Spanakopita in Pastry Cups reviewed by kaye16

From: Desperation Dinners (reviewed 12th September 2017)

- I made a half recipe for two; this would easily have served three, making the recommended servings correct. - I did not use the optional cooked chicken...
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Pork with Mango Ginger Sauce Topped with Curried Phyllo reviewed by kaye16

From: Pot Pies: Comfort Food Under Cover (reviewed 11th September 2017)

Easy and delicious. Pork with ginger, garlic, S&P, stewed with mango nectar and chicken stock. No unsweetened mango nectar available where I shop,...
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Fried Tomatoes reviewed by hipcook

From: The Taste of Country Cooking: 30th Anniversary Edition (reviewed 11th September 2017)

I love fried tomatoes (especially fried green tomatoes), but my results have been decidedly hit-or-miss. Three small things will make this my go-to recipe....
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Sweet beetroot Chutney reviewed by Kestrel

From: Allotment Garden Recipes (reviewed 7th September 2017)

This makes a good chutney with the apple and raisins balancing out the beetroot and the ginger adding a spicy note. It's ok when first made, but I think...
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Blueberry streusel bars reviewed by Kestrel

From: Cooking Light (reviewed 4th September 2017)

Loved these bars. Sweet enough without being too sweet. I subbed a combination of spelt, rice flour, all purpose and sorghum flour for the whole wheat...
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Blueberry streusel bars reviewed by Kestrel

From: Everyday Whole Grains: 175 New Recipes from Amaranth to Wild Rice, Includes Every Ancient Grain (reviewed 3rd September 2017)

Loved these bars. Sweet enough without being too sweet. I subbed a combination of spelt, rice flour, all purpose and sorghum flour for the whole wheat...
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Blackberry Yogurt Loaf reviewed by kateq

From: San Francisco Chronicle Recipes (reviewed 1st September 2017)

At first glance--a standard quick bread--but then there's the addition of just enough cornmeal and a generous hit of lemon rind which, with the yogurt,...
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Roasted Citrus-Brined Chicken with Pan-Toasted Croutons reviewed by kateq

From: Floyd Cardoz: Flavorwalla: Big Flavor. Bold Spices. A New Way to Cook the Foods You Love. (reviewed 1st September 2017)

I came across this in Food & Wine and loved the idea of the croutons. I made it and had only a few quibbles. I then realized I had the chef's book...
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Za'atar Chicken Cutlets and Lemon-Parsley Salad reviewed by kaye16

From: Milk Street (reviewed 28th August 2017)

Easy to make and tasty. I made a half recipe with two kip filets. Used piment d'Esplette in place of Aleppo pepper. Stir together the flour-za'atar mixture...
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Egyptian Spiced Nut Mix (Dukkah) reviewed by Kestrel

From: My Paris Kitchen: Recipes and Stories (reviewed 27th August 2017)

Easy to make and good. Used it on grains and lentils as well as egg dishes. I used my spice grinder to do the peppercorns and corriander seeds and put...
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Buckwheat Rolls with Seaweed Butter (Galette au Sarrasin au Beurre aux Algues) reviewed by Kestrel

From: My Paris Kitchen: Recipes and Stories (reviewed 27th August 2017)

Made the crepes without the seaweed butter. Very easy, good taste. Added 1 tbsp olive oil to the batter, made as regular crepes in the blender. These can...
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Buckwheat Crepes with Ham, Cheese and Egg (Galettes Completes) reviewed by Kestrel

From: My Paris Kitchen: Recipes and Stories (reviewed 27th August 2017)

Very nice and easy to make. Buckwheat crepes were made ahead, and the assembly was quick. I made mine vegetarian omitting the ham and using some pre cooked...
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The Best Coffee Punch reviewed by kalamansi

From: Dukes and Duchesses (reviewed 27th August 2017)

Fettuccine with Chicken Livers, Tomatoes, and Bacon reviewed by kaye16

From: 365 Ways to Cook Pasta (reviewed 26th August 2017)

Really yummy. I'm not a chicken liver person, but this was good. - Had 285g of chicken livers, so made a double recipe, out of which we'll get 6 servings...
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Brownie roll-out cookies reviewed by kalamansi

From: Smitten Kitchen (reviewed 25th August 2017)

Creamy Mashed Potatoes reviewed by friederike

From: Pressure Perfect: Two Hour Taste in Twenty Minutes Using Your Pressure Cooker (reviewed 25th August 2017)

This is basically a two-part recipe: part one, cook otatoes in pressure cooker, part two, proceed to make mashed potatoes like you would with any kind...
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Quarter-Hour Chili with Beans reviewed by friederike

From: Pressure Perfect: Two Hour Taste in Twenty Minutes Using Your Pressure Cooker (reviewed 25th August 2017)

This was really nice! I did two things differently: I used two 400 g (~14 ounce) cans of tomatoes, simply because 15 ounces sounds like a lot and I didn't...
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Shrimp Risotto reviewed by friederike

From: Pressure Perfect: Two Hour Taste in Twenty Minutes Using Your Pressure Cooker (reviewed 24th August 2017)

Very nice, but you really must use fish stock, otherwise it's just rice with random shrimp in it. We used only half a pound small shrimp (large ones, to...
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Hunan Beef with Cumin reviewed by kaye16

From: The New York Times (reviewed 21st August 2017)

Really tasty. Two of us ate all of it, with a side of Steamed Eggplant. Didn't really measure the oil, but think I used a bit less than asked. The beef...
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Steamed Eggplant reviewed by kaye16

From: Key to Chinese Cooking (reviewed 21st August 2017)

Very easy and delicious. A nice side for Hunan Beef with Cumin.
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Al's New York Corn Muffins reviewed by kateq

From: Los Angeles Times Food Section (reviewed 21st August 2017)

This is a good recipe which I think is much improved by the addition of a second egg and the substitution of buttermilk for regular milk. A bit on the...
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Euro Pane's Pear Spice Bread reviewed by kateq

From: Los Angeles Times Food Section (reviewed 21st August 2017)

A very good quick bread, described as spiced with ginger--but no ginger in the ingredient list. An omission! I make this with cinnamon, ginger, and a...
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Basic Pesto reviewed by kateq

From: Cooking (reviewed 21st August 2017)

Just what the title says---the basic pesto, which one can alter by adding salt or lemon or using a different cheese or nut or adding other greens. But...
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Slow Cooker Ratatouille reviewed by kateq

From: Washington Post (reviewed 21st August 2017)

I can't get over how easy this is and how good it is! I've made Ratatouille the traditntal way, one vegetable at a time, lots and lots of oil and it's...
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Peanut Butter Mousse reviewed by kateq

From: The Pie and Pastry Bible (reviewed 11th August 2017)

This is very good and very easy, but needs a tad more sweetness. Part of the problem could be that I used an organic peanut butter without the additives...
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Graham Cracker Crumb Crust reviewed by kateq

From: The Pie and Pastry Bible (reviewed 11th August 2017)

As with many of her recipes, this is not quite sweet enough--it needs just a tad more sugar. I've also found that a combination of white and brown sugar...
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Blackberry Pie reviewed by kateq

From: The Pie and Pastry Bible (reviewed 11th August 2017)

I used a combination of raspberries, strawberries and blackberries, frozen, and found that 4 cups really wasn't enough to fill a 9" pie crust. I agree...
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Basic Flaky Pie Crust reviewed by kateq

From: The Pie and Pastry Bible (reviewed 11th August 2017)

This is excellent--comes together in seconds in the food processor, rolls out with no trouble, bakes beautifully and tastes great. It's wonderful all-purpose...
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Lemon Rosemary Salt (Sale al Limone e Rosmarino) reviewed by kateq

From: Italian Farmhouse Cookbook (reviewed 9th August 2017)

An excellent herbal salt. Great flavor and scent. Very easy. A great condiment to keep on your shelf and a great gift.
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Classic Lobster Bisque reviewed by kateq

From: Lobster at Home (reviewed 9th August 2017)

What a fine use for lobster shells (such a bonus--eat lobster and get the makings of lobster soup)!. This soup is a triumph. The smells while it cooks...
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Sand Dollar Sugar Cookies reviewed by kalamansi

From: King Arthur Flour (reviewed 9th August 2017)

Perfect Rice with Herb Butter reviewed by kateq

From: Deep Run Roots: Stories and Recipes from My Corner of the South (reviewed 7th August 2017)

I have a beautiful Charleston Rice Pot. I have a great little rice cooker. Now I've made rice in the easiest way imaginable and it was perfect. Bring...
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Stewed Collard Greens with Ham Hock reviewed by kateq

From: Deep Run Roots: Stories and Recipes from My Corner of the South (reviewed 7th August 2017)

Until now, my stewed greens experience was limited to the mustard greens in a beloved Burmese restaurant and spinach in almost any form. I decided to...
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"Gypy's Arm" (Jelly Roll with Guava Cream Filling) Brazo de Gitano) reviewed by kateq

From: Daisy Cooks: Latin Flavors That Will Rock Your World (reviewed 7th August 2017)

Eons ago in college, Cuban friends introduced me to the joys of guava and queso blanco--in New York it was cream cheese combined with guava paste on crackers...
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Tomato Sauce for Pasta reviewed by kateq

From: Daisy Cooks: Latin Flavors That Will Rock Your World (reviewed 7th August 2017)

A very nice sauce, but there is a danger of a slightly bitter aftertaste from the cilantro/culantro contained in the sofrito. Even as a cilantro lover,...
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Meatballs (Albondigas) reviewed by kateq

From: Daisy Cooks: Latin Flavors That Will Rock Your World (reviewed 7th August 2017)

What's not to love? Classic meatball latinized--the sofrito and the rub add a kind of magical re-orientation. Meatballs and sauce which are so similar...
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Kale and Chorizo Soup (Caldo Verde) reviewed by kateq

From: Daisy Cooks: Latin Flavors That Will Rock Your World (reviewed 7th August 2017)

So easy and so good! I had Daisy's sofrito in the freezer, some chorizo from D'Artagnan, homemade chicken stock, and half a batch of collard greens and...
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Sofrito reviewed by kateq

From: Daisy Cooks: Latin Flavors That Will Rock Your World (reviewed 7th August 2017)

With the exception of culantro (not to be found here), I made this as written, right down to freezing it in small portions. As a base for sauces, soups,...
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MOROCCAN CHICKEN BROCHETTES reviewed by jenncc

From: Epicurious (reviewed 6th August 2017)

These were delicious with or without the garlic sauce. Juicy and flavorful!
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Havermoutpannenkoeken reviewed by friederike

From: Smulweb (reviewed 5th August 2017)

This is actually the recipe that is printed on the bag of Quaker oatmeal. We made it a lot when my son learned to eat, around 8 months and older. We omitted...
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Pressure Cooker Chicken Soup reviewed by friederike

From: Simply Recipes (reviewed 3rd August 2017)

DO NOT DO THIS. Really, I mean it. The workload isn't any less than when making chicken soup the normal way, in a pot on the stove. The cooking time...
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Spiced Lamb Pilaf reviewed by kaye16

From: Hooked on Heat (reviewed 3rd August 2017)

Shh! This is a biryani recipe. I won't tell if you don't. Tasty, but ... - The recipes calls for 2cups basmati rice to serve 2. That's what most biryanis...
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Low Carb 5 Minute Sweet Spiced Pecans reviewed by jenncc

From: Food.com (reviewed 1st August 2017)

Wanting to try out the Swerve sweetener I had recently purchased I picked this simple recipe. Came together quickly and tasted very good. I did decrease...
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Basil and Tomato Butter reviewed by friederike

From: Pure Simple Cooking: Effortless Meals Every Day (reviewed 1st August 2017)

Quite nice, but only because I used about half the amount of butter for the whole amount of basil and tomatoes since the Black Olive Butter I made a few...
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Cauliflower-Potato Curry reviewed by friederike

From: Great Vegetarian Cooking Under Pressure (reviewed 30th July 2017)

Actually 3.5 stars - 4 from DH, 3 from me. It tasted fine, but I thought it was a little bland texture-wise, it all seemed to be one big mush (it wasn't...
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ultimate chocolate chip cookies reviewed by kalamansi

From: Everyday Food (reviewed 28th July 2017)

http://www.marthastewart.com/313548/ultimate-chocolate-chip-cookies These turned out great! I swapped in white whole wheat for half the flour. Scoops...
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Giant Chocolate Chip Cookies reviewed by kalamansi

From: Martha Stewart (reviewed 28th July 2017)

This recipe originally ran in Everyday Food, 9/2006. If you are looking for a giant chocolate chip cookie recipe, don't make this one. Use Martha Stewart's/Everyday...
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Ultimate Chocolate Chip Cookies reviewed by kalamansi

From: Martha Stewart (reviewed 28th July 2017)

Peanut sauce reviewed by Kestrel

From: Food.com (reviewed 27th July 2017)

Such an easy sauce using primarily pantry staples. I omit garlic and I often use powdered ginger. I also use black rice vinegar. It's versatile and adaptable....
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Chocolate Bombe Shell reviewed by hipcook

From: Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams at Home (reviewed 27th July 2017)

Dead simple, does what it says on the tin. The coconut oil really does create a chocolate crust which will melt in your mouth. Of course Jeni would point...
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Banana Ice Cream with Caramelized White Chocolate Freckles reviewed by hipcook

From: Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams at Home (reviewed 27th July 2017)

I'd call this a 4 for the ice cream - nice banana flavor. If you've got some leftover fruit purees from other recipes, you can use them well here - strawberry...
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Egg Foo Yong with Mushroom Sauce reviewed by southerncooker

From: Cooking Light (reviewed 23rd July 2017)

While this was very good we have a favorite egg foo yong we like better. Nice that it cooks in one pan as a big one.
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Sweet-And-Sour Sesame Bok Choy with Pork reviewed by southerncooker

From: Cooking Light (reviewed 23rd July 2017)

While this was good we thought it was lacking in flavor. We added some garlic powder and hot sauce to our plates and it helped some.
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Quick Mongolian Beef stir-fry reviewed by southerncooker

From: Cooking Light (reviewed 23rd July 2017)

Quick and easy weeknight meal. Delicious too. Served over brown rice. I used Uncle Bens precooked brown rice in a microwave bag. Instead of all red bell...
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Cream Cheese Pie Crust reviewed by southerncooker

From: My Two Souths: Blending the Flavors of India into a Southern Kitchen (reviewed 22nd July 2017)

Loved this crust with the tomato pie. I made a whole recipe so I'd have one crust to put in my freezer. Can't wait to try it with our favorite tomato pie...
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Vivid Tomato and Cheese Pie reviewed by southerncooker

From: My Two Souths: Blending the Flavors of India into a Southern Kitchen (reviewed 22nd July 2017)

Continuing on my quest of trying new to us tomato pies. This was a very good version using ricotta and Manchego cheeses. We also loved the cream cheese...
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The Best Chicken Tikka Masala reviewed by friederike

From: Serious Eats (reviewed 21st July 2017)

Quite a nice dish, though I'm not sure I'd call it 'the best' - rather a good weekday dinner. We cooked them under the broiler - who knows, maybe grilling...
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