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Recipe Reviews 2 reviews
Ultimate Chocolate Dessert
OMG--this is far too easy to make, and therefore to eat ALL the time. Definitely choose good chocolate, because much of the taste will be affected by that choice. I followed the directions exactly, but actually divided it between five small ramekins and could have gone even smaller--it's so rich that a few bites are all that are needed if you're finishing off dinner. This is a very dense, intensely flavorful dessert that is smooth and creamy. NOT a light dish, but definitely delicious. My DH and DD both love it.

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Reviewed On: Feb. 10, 2013
Cream Of Garlic Soup
I have a similar recipe from some gourmet friends and it's long been a family favorite. A couple of things that may be helpful to people who complained about the time it takes: 1. Williams-Sonoma (and probably many other kitchen shops) sells an open tube of green rubbery plastic that is ideal for quickly peeling multiple cloves. You can insert several, roll it back and forth, and the peeled cloves just tumble out. Some enterprising person could probably replicate this effect with . . . oh, one of those rubberized jar openers or something. 2. I skip cooking the garlic in oil and just simmer it in the broth, which saves a step and cuts back on fat. It still tastes fabulous. 3. We also add about two baked potatoes, and use an immersion blender.

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Reviewed On: Nov. 30, 2012
 
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