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"This is an outstanding recipe for fried chicken. However, the recipe that Thomas Keller gave to Epicurious states that the zest, juice and shells of 2 lemons go into the brine. This recipe calls for 5 lemons. Which is correct? I used 2 lemons when preparing this dish, and it seemed spot on to me."
"This is an excellent rendition of Tartiflette. I don't know where Buttons4 shops, but Roblochon and creme fraiche are readily available in grocery stores where I shop in suburban Washington, D.C. If creme fraiche is not available and you don't want to substitute sour cream, you can combine 1/2 cup non-fat yogurt with 1 1/2 tablespoons lemon juice."
"To K9srock. I think your recipe is spot on. I use the same ingredients to make Russian dressing, although I substitute chopped cornichons for the pickle relish. I am very disappointed in the Contessa's recipe; it's really not to her standards."
"This dish was disappointing. It lacked the fresh taste of caprese salad. The tomatoes were soft and overly sweet. It was not well received by my dinner guests, however I am going to turn it into a tomato sauce for pasta and believe it will be quite nice. I am a huge fan of Ina Garten's recipes -- this just didn't cut it for me."