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Home Town: West Haven, Vermont, USA
Living In: Vermont, USA
Member Since: Jan. 2002
Cooking Level: Expert
Cooking Interests: Mexican, Italian
Hobbies: Gardening, Camping, Boating, Fishing, Music, Wine Tasting
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Recipe Reviews 8 reviews
Chicken Cordon Bleu II
This recipe is definitely going in the 'keep' file! I actually printed it for a friend who was planning to make Cordon Bleu but didn't know what kind of sauce to make with it - this had such good reviews I suggested she try it. When unsure what to make for Sunday dinner last weekend, I decided to give the whole recipe a try. Hubby and I both LOVED it. I've made Cordon bleu a time or two before, but NEVER this good. Followed the recipe for the most part: Pounded my chicken pretty thin, used Krakus low-salt deli ham, and used kitchen twine instead of toothpicks which I think helped keep it together and kept the cheese from melting out. Browned in pan, then put in oven for about 30 minutes. Made the sauce in pan I browned chicken in, then added chicken to the sauce and simmered in pan for a few minutes when I took it out of the oven. Doubled the sauce recipe, and served with rice pilaf. We ate all the chicken, but I had leftover rice and sauce and I enjoyed that without the meat the next day...... I added a little extra wine and some black pepper and garlic powder to the sauce 'cause I like highly seasoned food - just kept adding and tasting till it was just right. Will DEFINITELY be making this one again- Yum Yum Yum!

4 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Oct. 20, 2012
Apple Squares
Made this recipe for the first time earlier this week - I have now made it 3 times!! And doubled it the 2nd and 3rd time. Delicious!! I followed the recipe exactly other than maybe a little more chopped apple than called for, and a little less cinn/sugar topping. Had some apples to use, and didn't feel like going thru all the work of apple pie, and didn't want apple crisp. This was SO quick and easy, and makes the house smell amazing! I will definitely be making this every fall for apple season! The first one I made I left out at room temperature, but the next time I refrigerated them when cooled and I liked them better a little chilled. Husband loved it, everyone at work loved it, and it was one of the first things to sell out at a bake sale today. This recipe is definitely a keeper - Thanks BarbiAnn!

3 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Oct. 20, 2012
Grilled Pork Tenderloin
Delicious and SO easy!! My first time grilling with indirect heat, and I am not usually very talented with a gas grill. This came out perfect! I put a piece of foil under the grate where the pork was as a drip tray. Finished the last 10 minutes on direct low heat to carmelize the bbq sauce a little. Used my meat thermometer to check the temp, a 1.6 lb tenderloin took about 50 minutes. My husband said "don't ever bother making ribs again - this has no fat, no bones, no mess, and is every bit as delicious". VERY tender and flavorful. Thanks for a great simple recipe that I will be making again and again!

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jun. 4, 2012

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