Huntington Beach, California
Member since Dec 2008
"These are so delicious and sooooo simple! As I was having lamb for Easter, the rosemary was the perfect spice but you could absolutely change the favor by changing the spices. I melted a cube of unsalted butter in a small skillet, added 1/2 t. of granulated garlic and 1/4 t. ground rosemary. Then I sprinkled them with kosher salt (as my sea sal"
"I'm a huge fan of Ina's so to only give one of her recipes 3 stars is unheard of. I followed the recipe as written except for the addition of the thinly sliced lemons. I knew my husband would not appreciate that. Once made, it was still very lemony but not much else. I could not really taste the garlic, olive oil, etc. After tasting it I adde"
"This is a very traditional and delicious turkey soup. I read many reviews about how thick the soup became once noodles were added. A very good "cure" for this problem is to precook the noodles separately. They won't soak up the broth once added to the soup so you don't have to add extra liquid when you may prefer not to! Happy cooking!"
"Wonderful, easy. I used Anne Burrell's idea of using thighs & legs as they were on sale. I used Bobby's tip for Thanksgiving by having a big pot of this stock hot on the stove...great! Now I have 2 containers in my freezer ready to go. I'm feeling pretty proud of myself indeed."