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Baked Dijon Salmon

Reviewed: Jun. 22, 2010
I didn't follow the recipe exactly as I had only a few filets, but basically I took all the ingredients and eyeballed it. I used more honey than mustard after reading others' comments as I don't like things TOO mustardy and the sweet sounded goo with the fish. I sprayed the pyrex dish with cooking spray, set the fish down, put the mixture on first then sprinkled a generous about of crumbs and parsley on top and added the pecans and an extra drizzle of honey. I coated the top with more cooking spray because I find this helps everything stay moist. I found it to be a really nice change from my normal sage or basil salmon.
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Angie's Perfect Dinner Rolls

Reviewed: Jun. 10, 2010
I can't give this recipe 5 stars yet because I screwed them up LOL. I followed to recipe ALMOST to a T. I don't know if over-mixing the dough does anything but it took forever to mix in all the flour even after I switched to the hook attachment. I might just use my bare hands next time....might be more therapeutic and won't leave my hand shaking from holding the mixer all that time. So when I say I screwed the up, I mean I made them too big (3 in) AND I cooked them in a Pyrex dish - I'm thinking I should have made them smaller and put them in a metal pan. I use a convection oven, but all the middles were still raw even after 10 extra minutes. So I cut off the tops, which were find to eat, then baked the bottoms for another 10 minutes! LOL So they taste good, but they are brown tops and ugly train wreck bottoms. They turned out more like buiscuits than rolls in texture. Not what I was expecting. Please note, this was my first attempt at a yeast bread. I'm hoping I can find a recipe that allos for a soft top and not a hard crust.
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Bone-In Ham Cooked in Beer

Reviewed: Jun. 10, 2010
Granted, I probably should not have used an already cooked ham, but the taste of the beer plus the pineapple was not to my liking. I would rather just have a regular ham boiled in water or a brown sugar baked ham. I thought something different would be good but just smelling the pineapple and beer together made me queasy. Sorry, it's not for us.
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Good Old Fashioned Pancakes

Reviewed: Jun. 9, 2010
The taste was pretty good (I think I'll leave out my extra dash of vanilla next try) but I think I cooked them at the wrong temp, as they were gummy inside and underdone. I am skeptical, but I don't see how this batter is going to produce "fluffy" pancakes. I'm still searching for the recipe that really does the trick. Of course cooking at the right temp will help, but hey, it was an electric griddle.
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