washington, District of Columbia
Member since Sep 2009
"Oh So Delicious. Items on hand were olive oil, onion, celery, carrots, salt, fresh tumeric, and veggie stock. I added to the veggies chopped garlic, green bell pepper, and smoked paprika flakes. After veggies were soft, I mashed it with a potato masher to render the flavors, added the peas and stock and cooked. Once cooled, I put in a bl"
"Before I found Tyler's chicken soup recipe, I always ate the veggies cooked with the stock, never cooked a 2nd set of veggies, and thought my soup was good. This time around I made the soup exactly as directed except I didn't use thyme and bay leaves because I don't like either; didn't have a turnip but it came out oh so delicious, a different ta"
"Loved the flavor of the meatballs minus the herbs but didn't like the texture. I don't care for oregano or thyme so I put a pinch of dried thyme. The ingredients took the chicken to a different level and it ended up tasting like Italian chicken sausage and I don't like chicken sausage. It was too moist for me and so after browning on all sides,""
"The peas and rice were good. I followed the receipe exactly except used pigeon peas instead of kidney beans. It came out perfectly and the rice and peas were proportioned. The only thing I would do the next time is add salt and 1C of beans instead 1.5C of beans; I would prefer more rice than peas.""
"I thought I saw butter drizzled over the Panko to give the Panko the browning on top; don't see anything in the recipe to indicate a butter drizzle. With all the cooking shows, I hardly EVER go by the recipe simply because as Artful Cooking says, there are times when info. is not given. Fortunately, I only need bits and pieces from the cooking s""