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Recipe Reviews 3 reviews
Cabbage and Smoked Sausage Soup
Terrific on a cold evening! I sauteed the onions, carrots and celery until soft, then added the sausage and let it brown. Added the cabbage and let it wilt, then added the tomatoes, rice and bay leaf and enough water to cover, making sure to stir well to get the browned bits off the bottom of the pan. Skipped the beans, bouillon and tomato sauce, but added a dash of soy sauce for a umami hit. My boys didn't want the soup, so I browned the other half-pound of the sausage (I cut this recipe in half) for them, then deglazed that pan with a bit of water and poured that into the soup pot. Just needed some hot crusty rolls and dinner was served! Husband said he would have liked potatoes in it, but I thought it was perfectly hearty and filling without it. (Men.)

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Reviewed On: Oct. 23, 2013
Banana Cake VI
I almost always adjust recipes per the reviews, but I followed these instructions to the letter. And I'm glad I did because Oh. My. GOD this is good. It took 75 minutes in the oven, but that may be because I used more bananas (two countertop overripe plus four overripe ones from the freezer). And my husband gave me the weirdest look when I stuck the pan in the chest freezer. Totally worth it! Moist to the point of gooeyness. It probably will stay moist for several days ... if it lasts that long.

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Reviewed On: Sep. 8, 2013
Accidental Fish
I've made this several times now with mahi-mahi and cod -- it's a terrific weeknight dinner because it comes together so quickly. I use half butter/half EVOO and double the tomatoes and green onions. Tonight I'm trying it with one garlic clove and substituting ramps (wild leeks, which grow in our woods) for the green onions. You could probably use a dry white wine instead of the lemon juice. The sauce would be good over pasta without the fish!

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Reviewed On: Feb. 26, 2013
 
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