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Recipe Reviews 17 reviews
Lamb Chops with Balsamic Reduction
I made this for the first time last Christmas and it was the first time I had cooked lamb. Both my husband and I thought it was amazing! Since then I have tried a few different lamb recipes, so as to not make the same thing all the time...nothing compared. This is my absolute go to recipe for lamb, for impressing someone and for a special occasion. Just bought 6 beautiful thick chops and will be making this for Christmas dinner for the two of us. If you think it tastes too vinegary then you are probably just using a cheap balsamic - use the good stuff for this one!

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Reviewed On: Dec. 22, 2012
Traditional French Canadian Tourtiere
I have not actually tried this specific recipe. Tourtiere is not hard to make and the seasonings are really personal preference, or family preference. As I looked through the recipes for this French Canadian tradition I LOLed and thought this was the most traditional because it was a recipe to make 8 at one time!! I don't know a French Canadian family that does not make at least this many to have on hand for the holidays! Love it :)

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Reviewed On: Dec. 2, 2012
Spanish Cod
Ok, I was really skeptical because I am not a fan of fish done with tomatoes or even green olives, but the husband likes both and I needed a new way to cook fish. WOW!!! I can't believe how much we ate it was SO GOOD! The only changes I made were to add mushrooms (I pretty much put mushrooms in everything) and I did add shrimp and I used canned tomatoes as I didn't have any cherry tomatoes, otherwise made it as written and it's fantastic! We ate it over pearl couscous and while I thought I made enough for at least 2 full dinners for the 2 of us, there is hardly enough left for one lunch. FANTASTIC blend of flavors and much milder than I would have thought for all the green olives and pickled asparagus I put in.

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Reviewed On: Apr. 22, 2012

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