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Recipe Reviews 4 reviews
Cocktail Meatballs
Great recipe just as is, and lends itself to lots of variations (see other reviews). I used a combination of ground pork and ground turkey, and instead of chili sauce, I subbed El Pato hot tomato sauce (available in Latino markets, and also online). They are INHALED by everyone present when I put them out, and better and better each day you keep them. Two thumbs up.

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Reviewed On: Dec. 10, 2012
Curried Butternut Squash and Pear Soup
My sister's BF is a classically trained chef, and even though he's the most unpretentious, generous person on earth, it's a little daunting to cook for him, given his qualifications. I mean, how can you blow away a classically trained chef?? Last night I made this soup with two changes: I had no pears, so I used apples. I'm also a dairy goat farmer, and I used goat's milk instead of half and half. He ate two and a half bowls and pronounced it the best butternut soup he'd ever eaten. I had to agree with him: it's the perfect blend of savory and sweet, and was delicious with cornbread. An excellent fall night supper. Recommended without reservation.

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Reviewed On: Oct. 21, 2012
Indian Eggplant - Bhurtha
I agree with Swandivr22's suggestion: cut the eggplant in pieces, salt it for a few hours to draw out the moisture, pat it dry and then slow saute. Whether you follow the original prep or do it this way, this eggplant is a winner - easy, savory, not overly spicy (although you can certainly make it that way - I love very hot food), and could win over people who don't think they like eggplant. I served it with red dal and spinach with mustard seed. I'll definitely be making this again.

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Reviewed On: Sep. 17, 2011

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