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"This was my first effort with puff pastry, but is something I've always wanted to try. Christmas dinner was a smashing success, thanks to this stellar recipe. I had to substitute a few of the ingredients (sweet onion for the shallots, Pinot Noir for the Madeira), but the end result was still quite wonderful. I used my food processor to do the m""
"This Salsa di Parmigiano is consistently received with "Oh, my God! Is this good!" when I serve it. I've used it for parties and tailgates and I am asked for the recipe every time! What I like best about it is that on the rare occasions when there's any leftover, I mix it up with some chicken and linguini for dinner and enjoy it another way. E""
"Major raves for this dish! My husband said to "put this in the regular rotation." I did need to make some substitutions because I couldn't find a couple of the ingredients in our local grocery store. So, instead of the jalapeno (I'm not kidding -- the local grocery does not carry them), I used a can of green chilis, and added some roasted red pe..."
I'm a foodie female who frequently needs to be creative when trying new recipes. Why? Because I live in a rural area of northern Michigan where many ingredients are not readily available. My idea of a great time when visiting friends in urban areas is going to their fabulous grocery stores and food markets. I come home laden with new wines, spices I can't find up here and assorted other specialty items. Either way, it's all good and part of the ever evolving array of new dishes coming out of my kitchen.