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Chef John's Classic Beef Stroganoff

Reviewed: Feb. 14, 2014
I used stew meat (the good stuff was too expensive), and sour cream. Otherwise made this exactly as directed. It was delicious. On the second try, when I sliced up the stew meat into smaller little strips, it came out much more tender. Served over buttered whole wheat egg-noodles.
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Ceviche

Reviewed: Mar. 25, 2013
This was my first time making ceviche. I used this recipe as a base for the flavours I wanted. Marinated diced scallop, shrimp and tilapia in lime juice, cilantro and chillies overnight. Chopped grape tomatoes, green pepper, green and white onions, jalapeño, and more cilantro and added the fish, strained, to the veggies with S&P and a couple dashes of Cholula (my chillies and jalapeño were too mild). Poured the mix atop diced avocado and served with tortilla chips. Very good. I like the shrimp best I think, which is weird because I'm not really a shrimp person. Forgot olive oil, but adding some for tomorrow.
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Bob's Three Bean Salad

Reviewed: Sep. 3, 2012
All I had to put in my bean salad was beans and onions, so this recipe was perfect. I used fresh cooked Italian Mixed Beans. Used Cider Vinegar and omitted other vinegars, forgot the garlic, and only used fresh dehydrated Oregano and Italian Parsley from my garden. I know it's dumb to review a recipe you fully changed, but I just needed this recipe as a base to let me know it was ok to make bean salad with no other veggies. So I combined the cider vinegar parts of other recipes with the simpleness of this one. Thanks, Bob!
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Best Chocolate Chip Cookies

Reviewed: Sep. 1, 2012
Easy, classic recipe. I halved the chocolate chips because I like my cookies less chippy. Also NO nuts, ugh. Even made a few plain cookies before adding any chips and they were excellent. I don't have a cookie sheet or any kind of flat pan so I used a sheet of parchment paper folded in half. Worked great, took exactly 10 mins, cookies are gorgeous. Really, the best part about this recipe is how great the cookies look after baking. They come out the perfect size, shape, and color. Just what I needed!
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Yakisoba Chicken

Reviewed: Apr. 29, 2012
I halved the recipe. I used tofu and frozen Japanese veggie mix*. Did not have onion so used freeze-dried chives. Added 3 slices fresh ginger. I didn't read the instruction first, and mixed all ingredients (except tofu & veggies) together and then marinated cubed tofu in sauce while noodles cooked. I used a fresh peanut/sesame oil blend to saute some more chili paste and garlic before cooking tofu. Topped with minced ginger and Japanese chili mix sprinkles. Maybe not authentic Japanese, but still delicious! *Japanese Veg Mix - snow peas, carrots, peppers, broccoli, water chestnut
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Buttery Corn Bread

Reviewed: Feb. 7, 2012
Delectable. I used Bob's Blue Corn cornmeal at half cornmeal, half flour. Also a big squeeze of honey. I think the blue corn might need to cook a bit longer, but it is worth it as it has a lovely sweet flavour. This should be called corn cake. ;) This recipe was also very easy, which is a bonus. Thank you!
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Bean Soup With Kale

Reviewed: Jan. 3, 2010
My new favorite soup. This soup is flavorful and delicious. I made the recipe exact, except: used a high quality expensive olive oil (so tasty), couldn't find plum tomatoes so used 9 cherry tomatoes sliced in half; and I cooked my own white beans with a pinch of salt, and toward the end a few sprinkles of cayenne. Everything organic. Amazing! Thank you so much for this delightful use of Kale!!
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Best Tuna Casserole

Reviewed: Sep. 29, 2008
You have to cook the onions first! 20 mins in the oven is not enough time to cook raw onions. I saute them in olive oil for a minute, add fresh chopped mushrooms for a minute, then add the frozen peas and sauté until the onions are almost see-through. Then you mix veggies with noodles, tuna and soup in your casserole dish. I always top with Sea Salt & Vinegar chips (Miss Vickie's). Also, I only cook the noodles for half the regular time, otherwise they get soggy. I often forget the cheese and it's still great. Sautéed celery is also a delicious addition. You can add a pack of onion soup mix or use it as a topping instead of chips. Leftover kale chips have been a good topping as well, and a healthy addition. I forgot to cook the onions once and it was horrible. I don't know how so many people have been liking it like that.
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Three Bean Salad

Reviewed: Jun. 3, 2008
Edit: Made this again tonight with a can of mixed beans, thinly sliced baby carrots, finely chopped jalapeno pepper, frozen peas, yellow onion, parsley and cider vinegar. YUM! Excellent recipe to jump off from! All I had in my kitchen (literally) was a bag of Bob's Red Mill 13 Bean Soup Mix, a red onion, honey, olive oil and vinegar. I cooked the beans with salt and garlic powder and while they were still warm I mixed them with the olive oil, honey, and some zinfandel vinegar from Sonoma Lake Winery. Then I added the sliced red onion. I also included the s&p and celery seed which added a great flavor. The honey instead of sugar was very good and healthier! I'm saving this recipe and will definitely make it again, even with the 13 bean mix - though next time I might pick out the lentils to give the finished product a cleaner appearance. Use any beans you like for this recipe, and as many different types, it doesn't have to just be 3. Delicious!
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Pico De Gallo

Reviewed: Mar. 17, 2008
Good but needs: Lime, Fresh Garlic, and I like to add Bell Peppers.
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Fish Tacos

Reviewed: Oct. 23, 2006
Beer batter was awesome! I'm from California and lived in Las Vegas for a while so had plenty of fish tacos whenever I wanted. After moving to Toronto, I discovered that they haven't even heard of them at the Mexican restaraunts here. This recipe was the most 'authentic' one I could find. I cut the mayo in half and ommitted the paprika and capers. I ate four in one night. Also used remaining batter for some sliced onions.
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