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Recipe Reviews 6 reviews
Crown Roast of Pork with Ginger Pomegranate Glaze
Loved this!! I didn't have a crown roast, but did have two fresh pork tenderloins and was looking for an alternative to honey Dijon which always seems to be my pork go-to glaze. I made this glaze as instructed but added the zest of 1/2 of the lime and a splash of balsamic vinegar (only because I love the stuff so much, I'd eat it over cereal). I allowed it to reduce a bit on the stove until syrupy then let it cool. I put the tenderloins on the BBQ rotisserie and once 1/2 way through cooking I basted them every 10 minutes as instructed and OMG DELISH!! Served with a chop salad and grilled plums with balsamic (again!) glaze. I'm going to double this recipe next time and use it on a lamb shoulder on the BBQ rotisserie. Thanks, JAYDA. Great recipe!

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Reviewed On: Jul. 5, 2014
Tomato Vinaigrette
Looking for a lighter alternative to an oil-based vinaigrette so I tried the recipe as posted and it was a good 4 stars - if not a little bland, but I tweaked it up for the 2nd batch...2nd time around I used fresh thyme and basil (fresh herbs are not as potent as dried, so I doubled the amount of herbs). I also used Dijon instead of ground mustard and punched it up with some salt and pepper and 2 garlic cloves. Whirred it all up in the blender and DELISH!!! Omit the vinegar and this could be poured over pasta! In response to other posters stating this was a bit bitter...try removing the tomato seeds before blending. That may take care of the bitterness issue. You can also try a pinch of sugar. Thanks recipe poster. This one is a keeper!

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Reviewed On: Jun. 9, 2014
Easy Batter Fruit Cobbler
DELISH!!! So easy and so good! Took the previous posters advice and added some vanilla to the mix. Used a bunch of fruit that was about to turn from the fridge (blueberries, peaches, nectarines, plums and an apple). Sprinkled some brown sugar over the top and viola! Instant yum!!! Hubby says this is a definite "do again"!!!!

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Reviewed On: Aug. 31, 2013
 
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