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Quick and Dirty Sourdough Focaccia reviewed by jenncc

From: Bojon Gourmet (reviewed 1st June 2019)

I tweaked this a bit amount wise since I had 2 cups moderately bubbly discard - upping the AP flour and decreasing the water slightly (it is already a...
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Bone broth reviewed by Kestrel

From: Dinner in an Instant: 75 Modern Recipes for Your Pressure Cooker, Multicooker, and Instant Pot® (reviewed 31st May 2019)

I liked this broth; I used it to make an excellent soup (mushroom and thyme, my own recipe), and it also made a good broth on its own. I am noting the...
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Green Cabbage "Sabzi" reviewed by Sovay

From: Madhur Jaffrey's Ultimate Curry Bible (reviewed 30th May 2019)

Goes with everything. Cooked backwards, as it were - the vegetables steam in a little water and then fry at the end. I sometimes add julienned carrots...
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Cannellini Bean Croquettes reviewed by Sovay

From: The 30-minute Cook: The Best of the World's Quick Cooking (Penguin cookery books) (reviewed 30th May 2019)

Nice flavour and texture once cooked, but Nigel's not kidding when he says the mixture is "quite soft". Getting the croquettes shaped, egged, crumbed...
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Chicken with Lemon and Olives reviewed by Sovay

From: The 30-minute Cook: The Best of the World's Quick Cooking (Penguin cookery books) (reviewed 30th May 2019)

Possibly my favourite recipe in this book - simple but powerful. I have made a few adjustments over the years, viz. I take the skin off the chicken and...
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Chocolate Chip Cookie Cake reviewed by jenncc

From: Dessert For Two (reviewed 29th May 2019)

Tasty! Mine puffed up quite a bit and needed a couple extra minutes. I used dark chocolate chips and added macadamia nuts. Next time I may cook it at...
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How to Make Tasso Ham reviewed by hipcook

From: The Sauce by All Things Barbecue (reviewed 28th May 2019)

There are lots of different recipes out there for tasso, but here's one you can make in a day. It's just a 4-6 hour cure and a 2-hour smoke. (I did an...
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Totally Radish Burger reviewed by hipcook

From: The Bob's Burgers Burger Book: Real Recipes for Joke Burgers (reviewed 28th May 2019)

The radish-cucumber sauce is a neat idea. I disagree with the recommendation to use a microplane grater; we wanted a slightly larger grate to give more...
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Carrot and Golden Raisin Salad reviewed by kaye16

From: The Food Of Morocco (reviewed 26th May 2019)

I made this several hours before serving, rather than the night before and it was fine. The orange flower water was a nice accent and not overpowering.
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Tunisian Chicken Tagine with Brik Pastry reviewed by kaye16

From: Mediterranean Clay Pot Cooking: Traditional and Modern Recipes to Savor and Share (reviewed 26th May 2019)

Maybe even 3.5. The food was good, but the instructions were poor. The editor clearly had an afternoon off. I could only find filo, rather than brick/briq,...
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Creamy Chicken Paprika reviewed by kaye16

From: Clay Cookery (reviewed 26th May 2019)

Really easy, really delicious.Served over spätzle.
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Pork Braised with Chilies reviewed by jenncc

From: Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat: Mastering the Elements of Good Cooking (reviewed 25th May 2019)

This is one of those recipes I will make again and again - simple ingredients, easy prep and delicious results. I like that this is a long, slow, oven...
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Curried Salmon Steaks with New Potatoes reviewed by kaye16

From: Clay Cookery (reviewed 23rd May 2019)

DH said "Fabulous!" after his first bite. The salmon was perfectly cooked after the time specified. The new potatoes (I used more than was asked) we also...
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Crispy-Fried Prawns with Curry Spices reviewed by kaye16

From: Ken Hom Travels with a Hot Wok (reviewed 20th May 2019)

I made more-or-less a whole recipe with 300g of shrimp (2/3 of what was asked). Although I cut the salt in half, the shrimp were still too salty. Otherwise,...
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Smoked Salon with Dill-Mustard Sauce reviewed by kaye16

From: Vegetable Harvest: Vegetables at the Center of the Plate (reviewed 19th May 2019)

4.5 even. A recipe that serves ten is not your usually thing. I've never bought smoked salmon in a pack that had more than six siices. Maybe ten is the...
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Baked Chicken with Tarragon and Dijon Mustard reviewed by Sovay

From: A Bird in the Hand: Chicken Recipes for Every Day and Every Mood (reviewed 17th May 2019)

Quick to prepare and delicious. The crumb coating keeps the chicken very moist. Does involve a lot of mustard - if I'd just opened a fresh jar I might...
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Eggplant-Cheese with Spanish Sausage reviewed by kaye16

From: The Clay Pot Cookbook (reviewed 17th May 2019)

Maybe 3.5. Good enough, but don't need to make again. - Used my new, used T111, but my old, smaller, T110 would have been perfect. - Used a 225g chorizo...
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Apple Cinnamon Overnight Oats reviewed by jenncc

From: Taste of Home Recipes (reviewed 16th May 2019)

First time making overnight oats and I am eager to add this to my breakfast rotation. Instead of raisins I chopped dried apricots which added a nice sweet/tart...
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Stovetop Rice Pudding reviewed by jenncc

From: Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone (reviewed 16th May 2019)

This is a very simple, comforting rice pudding. I did add another cinnamon stick and a few cloves. !/3 cup sugar was prefect for my tastes. I turned...
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Warm Roasted Cauliflower and Chickpea Salad reviewed by kaye16

From: From a Chef's Kitchen (reviewed 15th May 2019)

Delicious. An excellent veggie main or side salad. This would be a terrific side for picnic or potluck. Or a potluck picnic.
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Lobster Broth with Angel-Hair Pasta reviewed by kateq

From: Lobster at Home (reviewed 13th May 2019)

This is a very elegant and very delicious dish. Good lobster stock is essential (happily easy to make)
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André Claude's Omelette Verte, Ouverte reviewed by kaye16

From: Nothing Fancy: Recipes and Recollections of Soul-Satisfying Food (reviewed 12th May 2019)

The recipe calls for five large eggs to serve three people. I used five to serve two people (for brunch). DH said I should use six eggs for two people....
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André Claude's Omelette Verte, Ouverte reviewed by kaye16

From: Nothing Fancy: Recipes and Recollections of Soul-Satisfying Food (reviewed 12th May 2019)

The recipe calls for five large eggs to serve three people. I used five to serve two people (for brunch). DH said I should use six eggs for two people....
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Rhubarb Muffins reviewed by hipcook

From: The New Chesapeake Kitchen (reviewed 12th May 2019)

I don't particularly like rhubarb or muffins. But it's Mother's Day and my wife and son like both those things, so I roused myself and made them. They...
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Dutch Baby reviewed by jenncc

From: Simply Recipes (reviewed 11th May 2019)

These are always delicious but this recipe is simple and uses less butter and eggs than others I have tried. Came out great and it rose high. Topped...
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Tuscan Beans Baked with Tuna and Lemon (Fagioli Stufati) reviewed by kaye16

From: The Great Cooks' Guide to CLAY Cookery (reviewed 11th May 2019)

First of all, a good way to cook beans. Used my new, used, larger Romertopf. Soaked the beans in the pot overnight, then cooked them with sat two hours...
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Grilled Artichokes and Lemon with Spicy Garlic Mayonnaise reviewed by kaye16

From: Vegetable Harvest: Vegetables at the Center of the Plate (reviewed 11th May 2019)

In general, this is an excellent way to cook and serve artichokes. The whole chokes are steamed, then cut in half, dechoked, and grilled, along with lemon...
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Hummus Tehina reviewed by kateq

From: Zahav: A World of Israeli Cooking (reviewed 8th May 2019)

Truly excellent Hummus--extraordinarily smooth
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Chunky apple and marmalade cake reviewed by Kestrel

From: River Cottage Fruit Every Day! (reviewed 3rd May 2019)

I loved this cake; I did make a lot of changes, however. I made this cake to use up some leftover mincemeat and substituted that for the marmalade and...
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Coconut carrot and apricot cake reviewed by Kestrel

From: River Cottage Fruit Every Day! (reviewed 2nd May 2019)

This is a really nice cake. I used butter instead of coconut fat; the resulting cake was tasty and moist. Will definitely make this again.
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Leftover stew pasties reviewed by Kestrel

From: River Cottage Everyday (reviewed 2nd May 2019)

These worked well, although I used a different pastry that I had in the fridge. The quality of this dish depends on how good your leftover stew is...I...
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Blackberry and apple muffins reviewed by Kestrel

From: Cakes: River Cottage Handbook No.8 (reviewed 2nd May 2019)

This recipe makes a very tender and not too sweet muffin. The author gives lots of variations and adaptations; I used apple and blueberries and also substituted...
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Gingery Squash Quiche reviewed by kaye16

From: The Bold Vegetarian (reviewed 28th April 2019)

One of the best butternut squash quicke-y things I've had. - I used Judith Jone's Tart Dough from the freezer. (When I make this, I make at least one extra...
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Corned Beef with Cabbage reviewed by Sovay

From: Feeding the Nation (reviewed 28th April 2019)

Surprisingly good, and of course economical. My only comment would be that tinned corned beef (which I used, as the original recipe would have) tends to...
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Kalamata Tapenade Brioche Snails reviewed by kateq

From: Breaking Breads: A New World of Israeli Baking--Flatbreads, Stuffed Breads, Challahs, Cookies, and the Legendary Chocolate Babka (reviewed 23rd April 2019)

Full disclosure: I used my tried and true brioche dough (Baking with Julia) but otherwise followed the recipe, making the tapenade from this book as well....
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Best Grilled Chicken Thighs with Mustard and Tarragon reviewed by kaye16

From: Cooks Illustrated (reviewed 22nd April 2019)

Excellent way to bbq chicken thighs. Tasty marinade that took well to the bbq treatment.
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Sour Milk Bread reviewed by jenncc

From: David Lebovitz (reviewed 21st April 2019)

Some where between a sweet(ish) cake and a bread, this is a very satisfying loaf. Works as a breakfast bread with coffee, or served with dinner. I did...
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Buttermilk Crackers reviewed by jenncc

From: The Wooden Spoon Bread Book (reviewed 21st April 2019)

Another tasty recipe from this reliable book. These were crisp if you get them thin enough (I prefer a bit thinner than the 1/8 inch recommended), slightly...
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Los Tios Mexican Rice reviewed by kaye16

From: The Tex-Mex Cookbook: A History in Recipes and Photos (reviewed 21st April 2019)

I was planning to make a really simple "Spanish" rice with just a pinch of cumin, but bumped into this and tried it instead. Easy to do. Chicken stock,...
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Lamb Shanks Adobo reviewed by kaye16

From: The Sunset Cookbook: Over 1,000 Fresh, Flavorful Recipes for the Way You Cook Today (reviewed 21st April 2019)

Extra yummy. I made a half recipe with two lamb shanks. I thought the sauce was a trifle sweet, but the whole thing was so delicious we won't tell. I...
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Homemade Marinara reviewed by kaye16

From: Budget Bytes (reviewed 18th April 2019)

Current link is https://www.budgetbytes.com/homemade-marinara/
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Cucumber Mango Salad reviewed by kaye16

From: Budget Bytes (reviewed 17th April 2019)

Current URL: https://www.budgetbytes.com/cucumber-mango-salad/
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Cajun Salmon Burgers reviewed by kaye16

From: Budget Bytes (reviewed 17th April 2019)

When I was a kid I hated (canned) salmon burger, patties, croquettes, etc. These, though, were delicious (top-notch, says DH) and easy-to-make. No burger...
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Crabmeat, Apple, and Mango Salad on Cumin Apple Chips reviewed by aj12754

From: Epicurious (reviewed 15th April 2019)

Very pretty spring-summer colors in this crab salad. Although my taste buds are compromised, the fact that every plate was cleaned by my dinner guests...
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Blueberry-Buttermilk Bundt Cake reviewed by aj12754

From: Everyday Dorie: The Way I Cook (reviewed 15th April 2019)

Tastes as good as it sounds ... at least according to my husband and our two dinner guests, all of whom asked for seconds. I made two small bundts rather...
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Garlicky Pork Ribs with Greens reviewed by hipcook

From: Martha Stewart (reviewed 5th April 2019)

The garlic puree/marinade has some good flavors; we actually let it sit overnight and that seems like a good choice. I was pleasantly surprised that the...
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Moroccan chickpea burgers reviewed by Kestrel

From: Donal (reviewed 5th April 2019)

These are my go to veggie burgers. Very easy, quick and delicious. Video on his YouTube channel too.
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Quick-Fried Shrimp with Sweet Toasty Garlic (Camarones al Mojo de Ajo) reviewed by kateq

From: Mexico One Plate At A Time (reviewed 4th April 2019)

Even when the mojo de ago is rushed (as it was when I had remembered at the last possible moment the shrimp I had defrosted and when I wanted to use some...
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Leftover pork with fennel and new potatoes reviewed by Kestrel

From: River Cottage Everyday (reviewed 4th April 2019)

I first made this recipe after seeing it on the program, and it is excellent with different meats including pork, my own salted beef, and even leftover...
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Multigrain Sandwich Bread reviewed by jenncc

From: Serious Eats (reviewed 2nd April 2019)

Love the hearty texture and flavor of this 100% whole wheat bread. The author (Stella Parks) uses an unconventional but speedy technique to build the...
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Keto Seed Crackers reviewed by jenncc

From: Diet Doctor (reviewed 31st March 2019)

These were very easy to throw together and had a nice nutty flavor. Maybe my crackers were rolled a bit thinner since I did not let them cool completely...
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Chipotle Meatballs (Albondigas al Chipotle) reviewed by kateq

From: More Mexican Everyday: Simple, Seasonal, Celebratory (reviewed 30th March 2019)

I love these meatballs! And I love the sauce--though, coward that I am, I use a minimal amount of Chipotle peppers and adobo sauce. I generally use all...
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Onion Confit reviewed by kateq

From: Bouchon (reviewed 30th March 2019)

These onions are ethereal! A bit of work--about three pounds of onions sliced very thin--and a bit of time--they cook for a good two hours. getting a...
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Nutella Banana Bread reviewed by kateq

From: Cooking (reviewed 29th March 2019)

Yet another great banana bread. Despite the many comments on the NYT site regarding reducing the sugar, I thought the sugar amount was just fine. I...
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Egg Pickle of India reviewed by kaye16

From: The Incredible Secrets of Mustard: The Quintessential Guide to the History, Lore, Varieties and Healthful Benefits of Mustard (reviewed 27th March 2019)

Mixed feelings about this one. - It's not a pickle like a lime pickle so doesn't scratch that itch. - Tastes good, though, if you like pickled things....
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Spicy Pork and Potatoes from India reviewed by kaye16

From: The Incredible Secrets of Mustard: The Quintessential Guide to the History, Lore, Varieties and Healthful Benefits of Mustard (reviewed 27th March 2019)

I only realized when I was assembling the spices for this, that this is acutally a vindaloo recipe from someone who thinks vinadloo should have pototies...
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Stir-Fried Cucumbers and Courgettes reviewed by kaye16

From: Ken Hom Travels with a Hot Wok (reviewed 26th March 2019)

I've made this a couple of times and we like it a lot. It's easy to assemble. You can prep the cukes&zukes and two small groups of seasonings, then...
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Grilled Soy Sauce-Mustard Chicken Thighs reviewed by kaye16

From: Ken Hom Travels with a Hot Wok (reviewed 26th March 2019)

Delicious. Easy and fairly fast. My thighs sat around a bit, because it was the first bit of dinner I started, but that might not be necessary.
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Grilled Lamb Chops with Pomegranate-Eggplant Relish reviewed by kaye16

From: License to Grill: Achieve Greatness At The Grill With 200 Sizzling Recipes (reviewed 26th March 2019)

The barbecued lamb chops, with a rub of ground coriander, ground cumin, S&P, were delicious. The relish, with eggplant, pomegranate molasses, and...
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Homemade Corn Tortillas reviewed by kateq

From: Pati's Mexican Table: The Secrets of Real Mexican Home Cooking (reviewed 26th March 2019)

Perfect proportion of masa to water. So easy and yielded about 18 smallish very delicious tortillas.
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Spaghetti with Pecorino Romano and Black Pepper (Cacio e Pepe) reviewed by hipcook

From: Cooks Illustrated (reviewed 25th March 2019)

I love cacio e pepe, and I'm pretty sure this is the first recipe for it I ever tried. It's worth hunting down the video on this - the tempo at the end...
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Easy Salmon Patties reviewed by kaye16

From: The Incredible Secrets of Mustard: The Quintessential Guide to the History, Lore, Varieties and Healthful Benefits of Mustard (reviewed 22nd March 2019)

These were pretty good, plain salmon patties. Nothing fantastically favorful, but just the basic thing. I made all the recipe; it served two and I've frozen...
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Easy rich chocolate cake reviewed by Kestrel

From: River Cottage Everyday (reviewed 22nd March 2019)

This is a lovely cake and so easy to make. I love the addition of ground almonds with the chocolate. I made a half recipe and baked in a smaller tin at...
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Chickpea-Flour Crepes (Socca) reviewed by jenncc

From: Saveur Website (reviewed 22nd March 2019)

This was a wonderful version of socca. I have made this many times using a basic recipe (usually David Lebovitz). This was a bit more decadent with plenty...
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Minestrone reviewed by Toddles

From: The New Basics Cookbook (reviewed 21st March 2019)

I made this exactly as written. I thought it was fine but nothing special. This was my first time using salt pork and I think I would have liked this recipe...
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Foil-Baked Fish Filets reviewed by kaye16

From: The Incredible Secrets of Mustard: The Quintessential Guide to the History, Lore, Varieties and Healthful Benefits of Mustard (reviewed 20th March 2019)

Good idea, poor recipe. - What on earth are slivered carrots? I sliced my carrots fine and they weren't done in the given time. - The dry mustard powder...
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Irish Soda Bread reviewed by kateq

From: Cold-Weather Cooking (reviewed 20th March 2019)

A really delicious if not entirely authentic (what's authentic anyway?) version of soda bread. The proportion of raisins and bourbon is spot on. One...
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One-Pan Harissa Chicken reviewed by jenncc

From: David Lebovitz (reviewed 18th March 2019)

This was delicious and came together easily. I had to sub a few things - used fennel and chickpeas instead of the potatoes and honestly I think I would...
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Braised Lamb with Maftoul and Chickpeas reviewed by kaye16

From: Ottolenghi (reviewed 17th March 2019)

Really disappointing. A waste of four beautiful lamb chops. Meat falling off bones, edible, but not as flavorful as it should have been. The maftoul...
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Spicy Ham Spread reviewed by kaye16

From: The Incredible Secrets of Mustard: The Quintessential Guide to the History, Lore, Varieties and Healthful Benefits of Mustard (reviewed 17th March 2019)

Easy to assemble. Way too sweet as written. I used only the honey (2tsps asked), and skipped the 2tsps brown sugar. It was still much sweeter than either...
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Garlic Lime Soup reviewed by jenncc

From: Genius Kitchen (reviewed 17th March 2019)

I enjoyed this on it's own (as written) but it could certainly benefit from some shredded chicken, beans, avocado or other veg. I did add a sprinkle of...
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Buckwheat Spätzle reviewed by kaye16

From: The Pasta Bible: The Definitive Sourcebook, with over 1,000 Illustrations (reviewed 15th March 2019)

The recipe is badly written in that it never says what to do with the finely chopped spinach. I added it with the parsley and cream. I added all the water...
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Chicken Dijon reviewed by kaye16

From: The Incredible Secrets of Mustard: The Quintessential Guide to the History, Lore, Varieties and Healthful Benefits of Mustard (reviewed 14th March 2019)

Half recipe was very good. Be a bit short with the liquid, since there was more than enough (delicious) sauce. Nonfat sour cream -- not.
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Dijon Salmon with Green Bean Pilaf reviewed by kaye16

From: Eating Well (reviewed 13th March 2019)

The sauce and the salmon gets a 5. As a whole very good. I made a half recipe. My green beans were not pre-trimmed, just regular haricots verts. My brown...
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Hot Bloody Mary Soup reviewed by kaye16

From: Ainsley Harriott's Gourmet Express 2 (reviewed 11th March 2019)

Yes, bloody Mary. Roasted tomatoes, vodka and all. Good stuff. I used chicken stock instead of vegetable stock. My chiles burnt in the roasting, but the...
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Colcannon reviewed by hipcook

From: Boston Globe (reviewed 10th March 2019)

We're doing a winter CSA box, which is bringing a lot of winter veggies into the house which we don't actually buy by choice very often - turnips. rutabagas,...
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Gumbo Ya Ya reviewed by hipcook

From: The Commander's Palace New Orleans Cookbook (reviewed 10th March 2019)

Terrific recipe. Should go into my frequent rotation. I didn't let my roux go quite long enough, and I would have liked a little more of that deep dark...
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Crab Salad in Tomato Cups reviewed by kaye16

From: The Incredible Secrets of Mustard: The Quintessential Guide to the History, Lore, Varieties and Healthful Benefits of Mustard (reviewed 9th March 2019)

This is listed as an entrée, but that's really hard to believe. As a not-too-big starter for three, it was very good. I used a can of crab meat, a bit...
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Dijon-Style Trout reviewed by kaye16

From: The Incredible Secrets of Mustard: The Quintessential Guide to the History, Lore, Varieties and Healthful Benefits of Mustard (reviewed 8th March 2019)

I made a half recipe of this, with lieu noir rather than trout. The fish isn't that important. The sauce is delicious. I'm sure it has a name besides "Dijon-style",...
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Smoked Salmon Paupiettes reviewed by kaye16

From: The Incredible Secrets of Mustard: The Quintessential Guide to the History, Lore, Varieties and Healthful Benefits of Mustard (reviewed 7th March 2019)

This is probably more a brunch or lunch dish, but we had it for dinner. Very tasty and easy to assemble. Poached eggs, wrapped in slices of smoked salmon,...
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Anchovy and Samphire Spaghetti reviewed by kateq

From: Ottolenghi Simple: A Cookbook (reviewed 6th March 2019)

This is a simple dish--a sauce made from anchovies, olive oil, garlic, lemon, parsley and wine. Pasta and (no samphire here) skinny asparagus are then...
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Amilcar's Grilled Shrimp and Avocado Salad reviewed by kaye16

From: Big Flavors of the Hot Sun: Recipes and Techniques from the Spice Zone (reviewed 5th March 2019)

Served this as a starter, plonked on a leaf of lettuce. Easy and delicious.
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Sweet potato bread (bread machine) reviewed by Kestrel

From: Genius Kitchen (reviewed 2nd March 2019)

Great bread that rose very well in my bread machine. I made the following changes based on what I had and my preferences. Used olive oil for the butter,...
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Sweet potato bread (bread machine) reviewed by Kestrel

From: Food.com (reviewed 2nd March 2019)

Great bread that rose very well in my bread machine. I made the following changes based on what I had and my preferences. Used olive oil for the butter,...
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Risotto with Winter Squash reviewed by kaye16

From: Great Vegetarian Cooking Under Pressure (reviewed 2nd March 2019)

Pretty good. A quick risotto with little effort. I used chicken stock topped up with water for the liquid because I had some to use up. A full recipe might...
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Tapioca Custard reviewed by jenncc

From: The 1997 Joy of Cooking (reviewed 2nd March 2019)

Perfect comfort food for a rainy day! This is a basic recipe with a couple variations (with 2 eggs, 1 egg or no eggs/with 3 tablespoons tapioca or 4)....
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Sit and Spinach Burger reviewed by hipcook

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

Nice enough burger. (I used arugula instead of spinach, which was fine.) The instruction to reduce the lemon juice and red wine vinegar with the burgers...
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Paprika Veal Stew with Dumplings reviewed by kaye16

From: Stews (Williams-Sonoma Kitchen Library) (reviewed 28th February 2019)

Having 2/3 of the meat, I made a 2/3 recipe. Only wanted to open one can (16-oz-ish), so made up the difference with chicken stock. The steamed dumplings...
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Grilled Romaine with Feta and Nuoc Cham reviewed by kaye16

From: Cooking Light (reviewed 27th February 2019)

This was surprisingly good. No romaine to be found, so I used sucrines, which look like mini-romaines. Two halves each, rather than a half romaine. Used...
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Chicen Kebabs reviewed by kaye16

From: La Douce Vie (reviewed 27th February 2019)

I had only about 250g skinless, boneless thighs for this, with half the spices. Very tasty. I think it would be good with whole thighs, skinless, and marinated...
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Udon with Chicken and Garlicky Peanut Dressing reviewed by jenncc

From: Bon Appetit (reviewed 26th February 2019)

Thoroughly enjoyed this! I did have to adjust to work with what I had - I used edamame noodles and added a little spice (jalapeno) and a squeeze of lime...
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Cajun Butter Steak Bites reviewed by hipcook

From: Cafe Delites (reviewed 25th February 2019)

Basically a blackened steak recipe, made in bite-size portions. This was a hit in my house, though we found using a commercial Cajun seasoning and slightly...
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Simple Grain Free Granola reviewed by jenncc

From: Minimalist Baker (reviewed 25th February 2019)

This is indeed simple and delicious! Due to current diet restrictions I had to use a sugar free maple syrup (but did include the 2 T coconut sugar) and...
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Chicken Curry reviewed by kaye16

From: Stews (Williams-Sonoma Kitchen Library) (reviewed 19th February 2019)

Not bad, easy, not very spicy. I made a half recipe with turkey oysters instead of kip filets (skinless, boneless chicken breast halves). Since I have...
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Union Square Cafe's Bar Nuts reviewed by jenncc

From: Smitten Kitchen (reviewed 18th February 2019)

These are tasty and the perfect accompaniment to cocktails, cheese or even eaten on there own. I made this using pecans.
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Chocolate Cupcakes with Chocolate Expresso Buttercream reviewed by jenncc

From: Baking for Two: The Small-Batch Baking Cookbook for Sweet and Savory Treats (reviewed 16th February 2019)

This is a keeper - great chocolate flavor without being too intense or rich. I made this in a 4 inch springform pan and baked about 21-22 minutes.
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Guayaba Bars (Panetela) reviewed by kateq

From: Jennifer Murch (reviewed 15th February 2019)

I love these bars! They re so simple and easy to make and the result is so delicious. Using self-rising flour (the formula for which is included in...
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Fava, Farro, Pecorino, and Salami Salad reviewed by jenncc

From: My Recipes (reviewed 13th February 2019)

This review is for the Farro technique/recipe only. I have toasted my grains before but this method worked really well, and adding garlic, red pepper...
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Scallops and Broccoli reviewed by kaye16

From: Stews (Williams-Sonoma Kitchen Library) (reviewed 10th February 2019)

Not bad. I made a half recipe using a bit less of the carrots (real ones in spears, not "baby") and lots of ground pepper at table.
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Peggy's Gluten Free Cocoonut Chocolate Chip Banana Bread with Sweet Drizzle reviewed by kateq

From: food52 (reviewed 10th February 2019)

Really excellent loaf! So simple, and the combination of flavors and textures is just right. I used half buckwheat flour and half rice flour--worked beautifully.
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