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Blender quiche reviewed by Kestrel

From: Food.com (reviewed 28th February 2017)

This is a great recipe. See the comments on the web page for many adaptations of this recipe. I use a good quality cheddar, and make my own baking mix...
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Chicken Tinga Tacos reviewed by jenncc

From: My Recipes (reviewed 27th February 2017)

This was a quick and tasty way to use up some left over roast chicken. I did add a scant tablespoon apple cider vinegar to balance out the flavors.
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Pork in Adobo reviewed by jenncc

From: Truly Mexican: Essential Recipes and Techniques for Authentic Mexican Cooking (reviewed 27th February 2017)

This was excellent and got better as it sat. I chose to cook the pork in the Basic Ancho Adobo (p. 126). I cooked the pork covered in a 350 degree oven...
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The Saturday White Bread reviewed by jenncc

From: Flour Water Salt Yeast: The Fundamentals of Artisan Bread and Pizza (reviewed 27th February 2017)

This dough comes together quickly and, considering the relatively short fermentation, it has very good flavor. I did use 10 percent whole wheat flour....
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Salted Honey Caramel Popcorn reviewed by jenncc

From: Always Order Dessert (reviewed 27th February 2017)

This was delicious! I cut both the honey and sugar by (a generous) half and it was plenty sticky /sweet. The flaked salt made it addictive!
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Roasted Sweet Potato Wraps with Caramelized Onions and Pesto reviewed by southerncooker

From: The Kitchn (reviewed 27th February 2017)

Made these for mine and daughters lunches one week. I took mine to work and she ate hers while taken care of her little one at home. We both thought they...
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Taco quesadillas reviewed by southerncooker

From: The Food Network (reviewed 27th February 2017)

Saw the Pioneer woman make these on her show recently and they looked amazing. I made them for my family and we all loved them. Will be making again. It'...
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Frito Pie Bar reviewed by southerncooker

From: Cravings: Recipes for All the Food You Want to Eat (reviewed 27th February 2017)

I made John's Chili on this page for the Frito Pie Bar. The chili was great in the Frito pies. It was a little on the thin side and we like our chili really...
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Aioli reviewed by kateq

From: Provence: the Beautiful Cookbook (reviewed 24th February 2017)

This is another recipe that makes me grateful to Richard Olney. He lays out techniques in just enough specificity so that one can make it without feeling...
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Persllade reviewed by kateq

From: Provence: the Beautiful Cookbook (reviewed 24th February 2017)

This is one of those deceptively simple recipes. Chopped parsley and garlic with a little lemon --- but make it in a mini processor and it's a gummy mess....
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Tomates a la Provencale (Provencal Tomatoes) reviewed by kateq

From: Provence: the Beautiful Cookbook (reviewed 24th February 2017)

Another classic--Fabulous with the beautiful tomatoes of summer, but really quite wonderful with plum tomates or even cherry/grape tomatoes the rest of...
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Mussels a la Mariniere reviewed by kateq

From: Provence: the Beautiful Cookbook (reviewed 24th February 2017)

The classic bistro mussel preparation--so easy and delicious. It's also the beginning of more complex dishes, but I'm not sure that I don't like these...
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Curried Fried Rice reviewed by kaye16

From: Moosewood Restaurant Cooks at Home: Fast and Easy Recipes for Any Day (reviewed 23rd February 2017)

We liked this a lot. Very easy and versatile. - I made a whole recipe (should serve 4); we ate it all. Admittedly it might have served 3, but 4 as a main...
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Creamy Lemon Pasta with Spinach & Peas reviewed by jenncc

From: The Kitchn (reviewed 21st February 2017)

This was a wonderful quick and easy meal. I used fresh peas from the garden and gluten free pasta. Enjoyed the zesty lemony flavor along side the kick...
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My Favorite Simple Roast Chicken (Mon Poulet Roti) reviewed by kateq

From: Bouchon (reviewed 20th February 2017)

I made this again last night--the simplest and most delicious roast chicken there is. I was fortunate to have a lovely local farm-raised organic chicken....
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Lemony Chicken Saltimbocca reviewed by kaye16

From: Cooking Light (reviewed 19th February 2017)

Really quick, and very yummy.
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Lemon Mango Margarita reviewed by BethNH

From: High Flavor, Low Labor: Reinventing Weeknight Cooking (reviewed 19th February 2017)

A slushie for adults. We made 1/2 recipe and it filled two large margarita glasses so I can't imagine that a full recipe is 2 servings. This was delicious!...
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Parmesan-Crusted Asparagus reviewed by BethNH

From: The Complete Cooking For Two Cookbook (reviewed 19th February 2017)

Asparagus coated in parmesan and panko roasted in the oven. Delightful! The recipe instructs one to poke holes in the asparagus, sprinkle with salt,...
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Spiced Swordfish with Avocado-Grapefruit Salsa reviewed by BethNH

From: The Complete Cooking For Two Cookbook (reviewed 19th February 2017)

Fresh swordfish needs so little to make it wonderful. This recipe has just a tiny bit of spice from chili powder and cayenne. We grilled it instead of...
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Lamb with Cardamom reviewed by kaye16

From: Madhur Jaffrey's Quick & Easy Indian Cooking (reviewed 18th February 2017)

Extra yummy. And easy. Pressure cooker. Serves 6, she says. I think it would be a stretch to serve 4 if there were some side dishes. Two of us managed...
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M'Smen reviewed by jenncc

From: The Hot Bread Kitchen Cookbook: Artisanal Baking from Around the World (reviewed 15th February 2017)

Wonderful, buttery flatbread! This made me forget all about pita and naan! Granted this is a different animal all together, but was used where I would...
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Peanut Butter Chocolate Surprise Cupcakes reviewed by jenncc

From: Baking for Two: The Small-Batch Baking Cookbook for Sweet and Savory Treats (reviewed 15th February 2017)

These were tasty - rich peanut butter flavor - but the chocolate chips didn't melt into the promised "molten chocolate" center. Surprise - Peanut Butter...
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Broccoli Cheese Casserole reviewed by aj12754

From: Simply Recipes (reviewed 15th February 2017)

Very nice; more of a soufflé-like texture, slightly lighter than a quiche. I use one slice more bacon than the recipe called for, and half a chopped...
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White Loaves reviewed by kateq

From: Baking with Julia Savor the Joys of Baking with America's Best Bakers (reviewed 14th February 2017)

This is excellent white bread. When I want perfect toast this is it. This is also wonderful for a classic French toast, or my newest craze, French toast...
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Arepas reviewed by jenncc

From: The Kitchn (reviewed 14th February 2017)

Good basic Arepa recipe. My pan may have been too hot since the outside looked done (charred in spots) but they did not get fully cooked in the middle...
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Jamaican Jerk Dry Rub reviewed by jenncc

From: Food.com (reviewed 13th February 2017)

This was very good if you know what you're in for - as warned in the head note, it is HOT! I enjoy spicy food, but I did need to tone this done a bit....
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Caribbean Grilled Pork Tenderloin with Grilled Pineapple Salsa reviewed by jenncc

From: My Recipes (reviewed 13th February 2017)

This was a great recipe hitting all the notes I crave - spicy, tangy, sweet and savory. The Pineapple salsa was great and I made my own Caribbean/Jerk...
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Lemon Cream reviewed by kaye16

From: The Pasta Machine Cookbook (A Nitty Gritty Cookbook) (Nitty Gritty Cookbooks) (reviewed 12th February 2017)

Very good. Dried pasta would be better. Would be a good sauce for pasta served with seafood.
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Cilantro Pasta reviewed by kaye16

From: The Pasta Machine Cookbook (A Nitty Gritty Cookbook) (Nitty Gritty Cookbooks) (reviewed 12th February 2017)

Really yummy.
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Broccoli Pesto reviewed by kaye16

From: The Pasta Machine Cookbook (A Nitty Gritty Cookbook) (Nitty Gritty Cookbooks) (reviewed 12th February 2017)

Good idea. Very hot as written (and we like it hot). The measurements given for crushed red pepper or cayenne should probably be halved. Probably better...
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Cajun Shrimp reviewed by kaye16

From: The Pasta Machine Cookbook (A Nitty Gritty Cookbook) (Nitty Gritty Cookbooks) (reviewed 12th February 2017)

Good stuff. Used "large" frozen cooed shrimp. (Could also use chicken or turkey.)
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Greek Shrimp reviewed by kaye16

From: The Pasta Machine Cookbook (A Nitty Gritty Cookbook) (Nitty Gritty Cookbooks) (reviewed 12th February 2017)

We liked this. I noted that bigger shrimp would be better than smaller ones. (I used frozen cooked shrimp; the small ones tend to be pretty tiny; "big"...
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Red Pepper Pasta reviewed by kaye16

From: The Pasta Machine Cookbook (A Nitty Gritty Cookbook) (Nitty Gritty Cookbooks) (reviewed 12th February 2017)

Good. Better to stop at 5 for rolling, since pepper flakes tend to make holes when rolled to 6.
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Lemon Chive Pasta reviewed by kaye16

From: The Pasta Machine Cookbook (A Nitty Gritty Cookbook) (Nitty Gritty Cookbooks) (reviewed 12th February 2017)

Used frozen chives. Easy to handle on 5; might try 6.
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Lemon Oregano Pasta reviewed by kaye16

From: The Pasta Machine Cookbook (A Nitty Gritty Cookbook) (Nitty Gritty Cookbooks) (reviewed 12th February 2017)

Used oregano powder instead of dried oregano. Nice, but not very lemony or oregano-y. (Most flavored pastas lose much of flavor while being boiled.)
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Buttermilk Pasta reviewed by kaye16

From: The Pasta Machine Cookbook (A Nitty Gritty Cookbook) (Nitty Gritty Cookbooks) (reviewed 12th February 2017)

Good. Easy to handle. Needed the full 1/3cup of buttermilk.
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Spicy Ful Mudammas (Fava Beans) With Olive Oil and Chili Recipe reviewed by jenncc

From: Serious Eats (reviewed 10th February 2017)

This is hearty comfort food with a nice kick of spice and acid. A versatile dish that can be a side or main, breakfast or lunch, served as a stew or as...
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Grilled Cauliflower with Tomato, Dill and Capers reviewed by jenncc

From: Ottolenghi: The Cookbook (reviewed 10th February 2017)

I have had this as written and loved it - 5 stars. That said, I recently made this with green olives instead of capers, replaced half the cider vinegar...
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Falafel reviewed by jenncc

From: Falafel for Breakfast: Modern Middle Eastern Recipes for the Shared Table from Kepos Street Food (reviewed 10th February 2017)

These were wonderful with a couple tweaks. First of all this recipe omitted salt - I use 1 teaspoon in my usual recipe so that is what I added to this....
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Scarborough Tomato Sauce reviewed by kaye16

From: The Pasta Machine Cookbook (A Nitty Gritty Cookbook) (Nitty Gritty Cookbooks) (reviewed 8th February 2017)

Think parsley, sage, rosemary, and thyme. A tasty sauce, with somewhat odd directions. The headnote says: "For a low fat version, sauté the onions in...
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Mustard Pasta reviewed by kaye16

From: The Pasta Machine Cookbook (A Nitty Gritty Cookbook) (Nitty Gritty Cookbooks) (reviewed 8th February 2017)

Maybe my flour was especially dry today. I used the optional teaspoon of olive oil and still needed to add a second egg to make a dough that could be kneaded....
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Spanish Pardina Lentil and Chorizo Stew reviewed by aj12754

From: Fine Cooking (reviewed 5th February 2017)

This was a big hit with my family, although I used my standard pantry lentils rather than searching out the ones called for in the recipe. The better the...
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Our Favorite Sour Cream Coffee Cake reviewed by jenncc

From: King Arthur Flour (reviewed 2nd February 2017)

Super tender and moist cake. This is not the large crumb topping of my favorite coffee cakes but this cinnamony version did not disappoint. I added a...
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Chocolate Chip Cappuccino Muffins reviewed by BethNH

From: The Ultimate Muffin Book: More Than 600 Recipes for Sweet and Savory Muffins (reviewed 1st February 2017)

A 2 hour delay due to snow meant I had time to bake muffins for my son before he headed off to school. I took a quick look through this new to me book...
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Caramelized Cabbage & Pasta reviewed by kaye16

From: The Book of Vegetarian Cooking (reviewed 29th January 2017)

So so. I made a half recipe. The amount of pasta was way too small. The one cup for a full recipe might should have been two cups. One half cup for a half...
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Oven Fried Chicken with A Corn Flake Crust reviewed by jenncc

From: Epicurious (reviewed 27th January 2017)

This is simple, delicious and less mess than oil fried chicken. Came together quickly, but I believe adding spices to the mix helped the flavor greatly....
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Farro with Mushrooms and Bacon reviewed by jenncc

From: David Lebovitz (reviewed 25th January 2017)

This is a delicious, hearty grain salad, perfect for a cold winter night. The mushroom broth from the dried porcini's is a umami bomb - don't skip it....
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Swedish Visiting Cake reviewed by aj12754

From: Baking: From My Home to Yours (reviewed 24th January 2017)

Easy, rich, dense. Nice with a cup of tea in the late afternoon.
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East 62nd Street Lemon Cake reviewed by kateq

From: Cakes (Maida Heatter's Classic Library) (reviewed 23rd January 2017)

I first made this cake over forty years ago when it was featured in the Sunday Times. It's a total classic, as good today as it was then. When made in...
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Chocolate Banana Bread reviewed by kateq

From: Chickpea Flour Does It All: Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, Vegetarian Recipes for Every Taste and Season (reviewed 23rd January 2017)

The fact that this bread is gluten free is almost irrelevant. The combination of almond and chickpea flours makes for a bread with great texture and flavor--to...
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Skillet Pasta Quattro Formaggi reviewed by foodiewife

From: The Complete Cooking For Two Cookbook (reviewed 23rd January 2017)

Very easy to make, but I'd reduce the water from 4 cups to 3 cups. The sauce turned out a bit watery. I added some cooked shrimp for protein,and next time...
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Pork Stew with Winter Vegetables reviewed by aj12754

From: Fine Cooking (reviewed 23rd January 2017)

Classic winter comfort food with all the usual suspects present, but built around pork rather than beef or chicken. I'll admit to some concerns about...
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Grillades and Gravy reviewed by hipcook

From: Grits (Short Stack) (reviewed 22nd January 2017)

I wanted to like this more than I did. At the end of the day, it was a pretty fair Swiss steak or even something like a pot roast. There wasn't enough...
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Austin-Style Grits Migas reviewed by hipcook

From: Grits (Short Stack) (reviewed 22nd January 2017)

I didn't actually make the migas as directed, but the grits cakes which stand in for the tortilla chips are a big winner. (In a nutshell, cooked grits...
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Ravioli with Gorgonzola and Sage Cream reviewed by kaye16

From: The Best Pressure Cooker Cookbook Ever (reviewed 19th January 2017)

This was quite good and easy to assemble. (I used bacon, Ricotta, and mozzarella ravioli.) Not sure that the recipe couldn't be done just as well without...
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Chicken with Leeks and Mustard Cream Sauce reviewed by kaye16

From: The Best Pressure Cooker Cookbook Ever (reviewed 18th January 2017)

I did a half recipe with four thighs standing in for half a chicken. Good tastes, easy to assemble. Could easily be done on the stovetop.
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Tuna Steaks with Sweet/Sour Onion Relish reviewed by kaye16

From: The Best Pressure Cooker Cookbook Ever (reviewed 18th January 2017)

The relish/sauce for the tuna was really tasty, the sweet of the cooked onions, bell peppers, and balsamic vinegar came together very nicely. But ... The...
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Slow Cooker Mongolian Beef reviewed by kaye16

From: The Recipe Critic (reviewed 17th January 2017)

No clue what makes this Mongolian. But it is good. Easy to assemble. Used about half the sugar, and only about 1/2cup soy sauce, making up difference...
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Shrimp & Chive Dumplings reviewed by hirsheys

From: Lucky Peach Presents 101 Easy Asian Recipes (reviewed 14th January 2017)

Yummy!
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Spinach and Mustard Greens with Cheese (Saag Paneer) reviewed by hirsheys

From: 660 Curries (reviewed 14th January 2017)

This was very good. I used kale instead of mustard greens (what I had) and normal garam masala. (I'm sure it would Iyer's garam masalas.) Like the other...
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Classic Tomato Sauce reviewed by hirsheys

From: The Meatball Shop Cookbook (reviewed 14th January 2017)

Really good. Very classic taste and a great match with the classic beef meatballs in this book. Note: I used an immersion blender to smooth the sauce...
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Classic Beef Meatballs reviewed by hirsheys

From: The Meatball Shop Cookbook (reviewed 14th January 2017)

Delicious, moist meatballs, match well with the tomato sauce in the book. Because of the slightly sausage-y, fennel taste, I think these are particularly...
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Meatballs Stroganoff reviewed by hirsheys

From: I Love Meatballs! (reviewed 14th January 2017)

I made these pretty much as they were in the book and thought they were good, but not brilliant.
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Marie-Helene's Apple Cake reviewed by jenncc

From: Around My French Table: More Than 300 Recipes from My Home to Yours (reviewed 10th January 2017)

Apples with a little cake - I loved it. It was a lovely golden color with a very moist crumb - almost like bread pudding. I used a variety of apples...
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Trung Chien Voi Cua (Crab Omelette) reviewed by kaye16

From: The Complete Asian Cookbook (reviewed 9th January 2017)

Serves 2, I think, an omelette with 4 eggs. Oops, I thought there was a can of crab in the pantry, but there wasn't, so I used a can of (water-packed)...
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Thai Cucumber Salad reviewed by kaye16

From: Asian Ingredients: A Guide to the Foodstuffs of China, Japan, Korea, Thailand and Vietnam (reviewed 9th January 2017)

Very good salad. A half recipe generously served two because we made an effort to finish it rather than have leftovers, so 6-8 for a full recipe is probably...
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Pan-Fried Cod in a Citrus and Basil Butter Sauce reviewed by friederike

From: Foodness Gracious (reviewed 7th January 2017)

Hard to rate this one. I really enjoyed the sauce, although we used only one orange instead of all three, and even that was way too strong for the cod....
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Vanilla-Pear Muffins reviewed by kateq

From: The Williams-Sonoma Collection: Muffins (Williams-Sonoma Collection (New York, N.Y.).) (reviewed 6th January 2017)

Excellent muffin--not overly sweet, lots of fruit and the fruit flavor shines. Happily my pears were just right, firm but really sweet.
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Risotto with Porcini reviewed by kaye16

From: Great Vegetarian Cooking Under Pressure (reviewed 6th January 2017)

A very nice risotto. And fast because of the pressure cooker. The first bit of the cooking is the same as a regular risotto, but once you've added the...
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Buckwheat Crepes reviewed by jenncc

From: King Arthur Flour (reviewed 6th January 2017)

Very good recipe for 100 percent buckwheat crepes. Terrific with sautéed mushrooms or gruyere and ham. These came together easily and held up to the...
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Garlic Lemon Chicken reviewed by kaye16

From: The Best Pressure Cooker Cookbook Ever (reviewed 5th January 2017)

Very tasty and easy. This book suggests cooking chicken at the lower pressure if you have a choice. This is the first time I've used a pressure cooker...
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Leeks Vinaigrette reviewed by kaye16

From: The Essential New York Times Cookbook: Classic Recipes for a New Century (reviewed 5th January 2017)

This was really good for a minimal amount of work. I served it as a starter. The leeks did not marinate ovenight, but they were still good. Tying the...
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Buttermilk White Cake reviewed by jenncc

From: Cake Central (reviewed 4th January 2017)

Moist and delicious, this cake is very versatile. I added a couple tablespoons of lemon juice (instead of extract) and the almond extract and it was very...
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Drie in de pan reviewed by friederike

From: Holländisch kochen: Gerichte und ihre Geschichte (reviewed 3rd January 2017)

Too salty for our taste, but otherwise good. We'll try half a tsp of salt next time. Also, they definitely need more raisins, I'd double the amount. Nice...
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Sausage-&-Quinoa-Stuffed Zucchini reviewed by kaye16

From: Eating Well (reviewed 2nd January 2017)

This was pretty good. I made a half recipe, using some chicken sausages from the freezer. I added a pinch of red pepper flakes and called them hot sausages....
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Gâteau à L'orange (Orange Spongecake) reviewed by hipcook

From: Mastering The Art of French Cooking, Volume One (1) (Vol 1) (reviewed 2nd January 2017)

Good spongecake recipe, lightly flavored with orange. The outer edge of our cake came out just a hair tough, which might be related to the fact that we...
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Light, Crisp Waffles reviewed by jenncc

From: Fine Cooking (reviewed 2nd January 2017)

These are tasty and light with wonderful crisp texture and just the right amount of chew.
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Shredded Brussels Sprout and Ricotta Toasts reviewed by Queezle_Sister

From: Epicurious (reviewed 1st January 2017)

This is the best recipe I found in 2016. I have served it three times, and each time, the guests have found it amazing. Raw Brussels sprouts and chopped...
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Hoppin John (black eyed peas with Kielbasa) reviewed by Queezle_Sister

From: Epicurious (reviewed 1st January 2017)

This is a very decent version of Hopping John. We substituted Andouille for the Kielbasa, cooking them prior to cutting up and adding to the soup. The...
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Tangy Cranberry-Black Pepper Shrub Cocktail Recipe reviewed by Queezle_Sister

From: Serious Eats (reviewed 1st January 2017)

Bubbly and colorful, this was a good choice for new year's eve. Another plus - it is equally good with club soda as with champagne. The idea behind...
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Baked Mozzarella Cheese Sticks Recipe reviewed by southerncooker

From: The Gunny Sack (reviewed 1st January 2017)

These were so easy and delicious. A hit Christmas Eve 2016 appetizers.
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Bacon Wrapped Little Smokies reviewed by southerncooker

From: Tablespoon (reviewed 1st January 2017)

This was a favorite at our Christmas Eve appetizer get together 2016. I know it will be made again. Everyone loved except son who doesn't like sweet on...
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Slow Cooker Spinach and Artichoke Dip reviewed by southerncooker

From: Damn Delicious Simple ingredients, elegant dishes. (reviewed 1st January 2017)

While this was very good family likes a cold version of this better. I liked that you dump all in slow cooker. Part of our Christmas Eve appetizers 2016.
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Rabbit Ragu with Pappardelle reviewed by kaye16

From: The Essential New York Times Cookbook: Classic Recipes for a New Century (reviewed 1st January 2017)

Really yummy. I made a full recipe with six legs, 1.36kg, ~3lbs. Time-consuming, but easy to do. The serious work part can be done well ahead, so it would...
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Daddy's Coconut Cake reviewed by southerncooker

From: Southern Plate: Classic Comfort Food That Makes Everyone Feel Like Family (reviewed 1st January 2017)

While this was good the icing was sweeter than we like. Next time I would omit the sugar. I used Redi Whip in icing instead of Cool Whip. Easy cake starts...
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Roasted Tomato Soup reviewed by southerncooker

From: Cravings: Recipes for All the Food You Want to Eat (reviewed 1st January 2017)

Hubby and I loved this soup. Roasting the tomatoes gave it such a great flavor.
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Balsamic Glazed Brussels Sprouts with Bacon, Cranberries, Walnuts, and Blue Cheese reviewed by southerncooker

From: Cravings: Recipes for All the Food You Want to Eat (reviewed 1st January 2017)

Made this for part of our Christmas supper at my Dads. Daughter and I were the only ones who liked it but we thought good. Lots of flavor and pretty too.
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Hot Corn Dip reviewed by southerncooker

From: Home Cooking with Trisha Yearwood: Stories and Recipes to Share with Family and Friends (reviewed 1st January 2017)

This was one of Christmas Eve appetizers for 2016. Very good. I only made half recipe.
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Country Quiche reviewed by southerncooker

From: Home Cooking with Trisha Yearwood: Stories and Recipes to Share with Family and Friends (reviewed 1st January 2017)

This was part of our Christmas morning breakfast 2016. Great niece joined us. Since the recipe made two I made one without tomatoes since GN doesn't care...
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Fruited Sourdough Sandwich Bread reviewed by Kestrel

From: King Arthur Flour (reviewed 1st January 2017)

Like Jen I really enjoyed this bread. I didn't use any yeast, going with my very active starter for the rising only. I also omitted the apple, and I made...
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Ginger Aebleskivers with Apple Butter reviewed by southerncooker

From: The New Midwestern Table: 200 Heartland Recipes (reviewed 1st January 2017)

I don't have the aebleskiver pan but did have an electric mini muffin maker. It worked pretty good in that. Hubby helped me make these and we both loved...
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Champignons Farcis (Stuffed Mushrooms) reviewed by hipcook

From: Mastering The Art of French Cooking, Volume One (1) (Vol 1) (reviewed 1st January 2017)

With cream, Marsala, tarragon, and Swiss cheese, these are much sweeter than the "mushrooms stuffed with herb cream cheese" that I remember from family...
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Homemade Pomegranate Molasses reviewed by kateq

From: Simply Recipes (reviewed 31st December 2016)

Couldn't be easier!
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Preserved Lemons reviewed by kateq

From: The Cakebread Cellars American Harvest Cookbook: Celebrating Wine, Food, and Friends in the Napa Valley (reviewed 30th December 2016)

Simple and straightforward. I scaled the recipe to make a one quart jar-ful which ended up meaning three fat lemons and the juice of three or four more....
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Cold Dog (Kalter Hund) reviewed by hipcook

From: The German Kitchen: Traditional Recipes, Regional Favorites (reviewed 29th December 2016)

Shortbread cookies are layered with a simple chocolate icing and some almonds. It is a simple family treat; I can imagine this as something I'd make to...
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Down by the Sea reviewed by kaye16

From: Wraps: Easy Recipes for Handheld Meals (reviewed 28th December 2016)

This was a surprising (to me) hit. The filling is lots of onions, softened in olive oil, then simmered with lemon juice, champagne vinegar (not—regular...
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Pistachio-Lemon Bars reviewed by jenncc

From: New York Times - Recipes (reviewed 27th December 2016)

Mushy delicious mess! These were actually very good (4 stars) flavor wise, but they did not come out as the photo suggested. Mine were not set even after...
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Linzer Cookies reviewed by jenncc

From: King Arthur Flour (reviewed 27th December 2016)

Made as part of my Christmas cookie tray. They looked fantastic and the flavor got even better after sitting overnight. The only problem I had with this...
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Jalapeño Creamed Corn reviewed by jenncc

From: Homesick Texan (reviewed 27th December 2016)

Made this for a "Texan" themed dinner and it was enjoyed by all. I doubled the recipe but should have known better, because as with many of Lisa's recipes...
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Raspberry Bûche de Noël reviewed by kaye16

From: Chocolate & Zucchini (reviewed 25th December 2016)

Outstanding filling. (I used fromage blanc, rather than Greek yogurt.) The cake part of the roll is a bit fussy, like trying to cook and roll an angel...
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