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DakotahGirl


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Chocophiles
I don't eat sweets or desserts; however, I made these cookies for friends and also tasted them myself--and I must say they're sinfully delicious! I used all Ghiradelli chocolates (plus melted the squares and didn't use liguid chocolate), Danish butter, and half Splenda/half sugar. I also recommend sprinkling the soda over the batter, gently mixing it in then adding the flour as the recipe indicates. I baked mine on parchment and they took 12 minutes, but I suspect my oven is not completely accurate in its temperature settings. These cookies are absolutely wonderful, and it's worth not skimping on the ingredients. A true five-star treat.

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Reviewed On: Aug. 22, 2007
Seared Tuna with Wasabi-Butter Sauce
What you want here is the sauce, as it's more delectably remarkable and delicious beyond any I have EVER encountered!! Use yellowfin or ahi/sushi grade tuna, thickly sliced. If you don't marinate it, at least cover it with olive oil then coat generously with black/white sesame seeds which have been combined with chopped fresh herbs such as Italian parsley, cilantro, basil, etc., whatever you may have on hand. Place the fish on wax paper and refrigerate for 30 minutes. Heat olive oil in a heavy skillet, and quickly sear the tuna on both sides (1.5 minutes), do not let the tuna cook or you destroy the true flavor (it's like eating the finest rare beef steak, you can't tell the difference). Served with the butter and wild rice/lemon pilaf or greens, it's total heaven! And all I do with the refrigerated leftover sauce and to cook another tuna meal is let the butter get to room temperature, scoop an amount on a plate, and set the hot fish upon it. Unless you reheat the butter VERY carefully and slowly, it will separate such as in a clarification process, changing its flavor and quality. This is absolutely my favorite meal!!!! TEN stars on the sauce, and wasabi away to your tasting!

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Reviewed On: Jul. 21, 2007
 
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