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Recipe Reviews 9 reviews
Turkey Brine
Ok so this was my very first time cooking Thanksgiving dinner and I was super nervous as the turkey process grosses me out!!! BUT I will do this recipe for every Thanksgiving from now on. We did our dinner last night and I will admit getting the turkey ready for cooking was a little difficult I can not fit a 5g bucket in my fridge on a good day let alone Thanksgiving day; so we did a cooler. For the mixture I did 1/2g Veggie broth and 1/2gallon of apple juice and the Brine mixture. Then placed the into a turkey plastic bag and put in the cooler with ice around it for about 15 hours and then cooked the turkey in the plastic bag(made for Turkeys) my boyfriend and his family said it was the best turkey they EVER HAD!!! I was pretty impressed with myself since it was the first time cooking a turkey. Its a long processes if your not a cook like me but worth it!!!!!! You can even buy already made brine mix. Everyone should do the turkey this way.

2 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Nov. 24, 2011
Beef Wellington
My boyfriend loves Hell's Kitchen and this is a dish made on the show a lot I have had this recipe saved for over a year on my list. I made it for the first time Yesterday and it turned out great!!! I did not use the pate however as others suggested proscuitto worked well and the searing helped as I like my meat cooked!!! Boyfriend loved it and having it for leftovers tonight:-0 Thanks for putting up the recipe.

4 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Aug. 4, 2011
Tiramisu II
This was amazing I loved it, I got big points with this dessert thanks!!!! I will say...that you should use more lady fingers and more coffee:-) I am a beginner cook/baker and I was very nervous about this dish, but If I can do it anyone can!!!!!

4 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Aug. 4, 2011
 
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