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Reviewed Tuscan Beef Stew with Polenta

Thursday, Sep 22, 2011 on Cooking Channel

"So did I run out to buy all the ingredients. The dinner eaten by their friends on the show looked very enjoyable by all. Tasty, tender and seemed full of flavor. The stew meat never got tender and there was lacking in flavor that it seemed all I tasted was thyme and wine. I also don't see how the meat could get browned on all sides when the ve""

Reviewed Tuscan Beef Stew with Polenta

Thursday, Sep 22, 2011 on Cooking Channel

"So did I run out to buy all the ingredients. The dinner eaten by their friends on the show looked very enjoyable by all. Tasty, tender and seemed full of flavor. So why was the stew meat never got tender, not there was so much lacking in flavor that it seemed all I tasted was thyme and wine. Not at all what I expected. Even the polenta took f""

Reviewed Spaghetti Alla Puttanesca

Thursday, Sep 22, 2011 on Cooking Channel

"I've made this recipe a 100 times. Being Italian I have never, ever heard of or would think of putting salt in this recipe except for the pasta. The capers, olives and anchovies are salty enough. There is also salt in the water to boil the pasta. Why would anyone think to add more is beyond me. The tomatoes are a lot more work than is needed ""

Reviewed Spaghetti Alla Puttanesca

Thursday, Sep 22, 2011 on Cooking Channel

"I've made this recipe a 100 times. Being Italian I have never, ever heard of or would think of putting salt in this recipe except for the pasta. The capers, olives and anchovies are salty enough. There is also salt in the water to boil the pasta. Why would anyone think to add more is beyond me. The tomatoes are a lot more work than is needed ""

Reviewed Spaghetti Alla Puttanesca

Thursday, Sep 22, 2011 on Cooking Channel

"I've made this recipe a 100 times. Being Italian I have never, ever heard of or would think of putting salt in this recipe except for the pasta. The capers, olives and anchovies are salty enough. There is also salt in the water to boil the pasta. Why would anyone think to add more is beyond me. The tomatoes are a lot more work than is needed ""

Reviewed Spaghetti Alla Puttanesca

Thursday, Sep 22, 2011 on Cooking Channel

"I've made this recipe a 100 times. Being Italian I have never, ever heard of or would think of putting salt in this recipe except for the pasta. The capers, olives and anchovies are salty enough. There is also salt in the water to boil the pasta. Why would anyone think to add more is beyond me. The tomatoes are a lot more work than is needed ""

Reviewed Spaghetti Alla Puttanesca

Thursday, Sep 22, 2011 on Cooking Channel

"I've made this recipe a 100 times. Being Italian I have never, ever heard of would think of putting salt in this recipe except for the pasta. The capers, olives and anchovies are salty enough. There is also salt in the water to boil the pasta. Why would anyone think to add more is beyond me. The tomatoes are a lot more work than is needed and""

Reviewed Spaghetti Alla Puttanesca

Thursday, Sep 22, 2011 on Cooking Channel

"I've made this recipe a 100 times. Being Italian I have never, ever heard of would think of putting salt in this recipe except for the pasta. The capers, olives and anchovies are enough. There is also salt in the water to boil the pasta. Why would anyone think to add more is beyond me. The tomatoes are a lot more work than is needed and a can""

Reviewed Spaghetti Alla Puttanesca

Thursday, Sep 22, 2011 on Cooking Channel

"I've made this recipe a 100 times. Being Italian I have never, ever heard of would think of putting salt in this recipe except for the pasta. The capers, olives and anchovies are enough. There is also salt in the water to boil the pasta. Why would anyone think to add more is beyond me. The tomatoes are a lot more work than is needed and a can""

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