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Jim Wass


Jim Wass
 
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Recipe Reviews 2 reviews
Yellow Squash Casserole
Enjoyed it (the concept) very much. After reading other reviews I backed the 2 eggs down to one - more than sufficient to bind. We used Pepperidge Farm Baked Naturals four cheese Italian herb crips for the crackers (because that is what we had). The cheese was a combination of cheddar, gouda, and parmesiano reggiano. For a final modification we did not dot the top with butter, trusting the cheese mixture would be sufficiently "short" to make the topping crisp up nicely. It was indeed. We served the casserole as an alternative to potato and vegetable with steak and mushrooms. Tonight we will reheat what remains and serve alongside lemon garlic marinated chicken breasts. Will definitely use the concept again with whatever variations make sense at the time.

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Reviewed On: Aug. 28, 2013
Danish Pastry
I arbitrarily decided yesterday that I wanted to serve pineapple danish for this morning. I had the frozen pineapple to make a filling, just wasn't sure on the pastry. This is definitely a more sophisticated recipe then many but it works well and is scalable. I used about a quarter of most ingredients and used one envelope of dry yeast. Worked like a charm. Wife loved the result. If you haven't been successful with this, print out the recipe and read it carefully. Slow down. Chill the dough a bit longer. Don't forget to roll the dough out and fold it extra times. On your final roll make sure you get it down to 1/4 inch. Don't forget the rise after you fill the pastry. It will double - it really will especially if you set it on the stove with the oven on (or recently on). Good luck and good pastry!

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Reviewed On: Jul. 4, 2011
 
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