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The Best Red Enchilada Sauce
Good, not great. Certainly not the best. My first attempt at this recipe turned into a bitter mess that couldn't be rescued. The sauce tasted as bitter as non-chewable vitamin C tablets. So I then did a little research to find that I likely burned the anchos. I can't imagine toasting them for 3-4 minutes at 400 will do anything other than burn them up. I took a second go at this recipe, this time toasting the anchos at 300 for 2 minutes and avoided any chance of burnage. Then it turned out fine.

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Reviewed On: Jan. 5, 2013
Hummus III
Perfect recipe for hummus. Save a little of the garbanzo juice and add to mix if you like it a little smoother. I heartily recommend following this recipe to the "T" before diddling around with the ingredients. Simple, un-pretentious, and good. I'm adding this one to my repertiore.

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Reviewed On: Apr. 9, 2011
Melt in Your Mouth Marinade
This marinade has what I look for in cooking: simplicity and flavour. With this recipe I used fresh ground ginger root in place what of what I assumed to be powder and used low sodium soy sauce. After marinading a t-bone, I got a very interesting result. The sirloin side was a little bitter, no doubt the result of the fresh ginger root. But the filet side of the T-Bone was absolutely luscious, and you didn't need to cut it with a knife. I'm real happy with this marinade and would suggest perhaps a little brown sugar to even out the bitterness in the even you use fresh ginger root.

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Reviewed On: Oct. 30, 2010
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