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SockMuncle


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Recipe Reviews 3 reviews
Blueberry Sauce
I adore this recipe, and have made it many times with many variations. Most recently, I tweaked it to what I called a "Six-Berry Sauce" to celebrate my sixth anniversary at my office, and served it there over vanilla ice cream. I quadrupled the recipe (so take that into account if you try any of my variations), but used about three cups fresh blueberries, three cups fresh cut-up strawberries, a cup of halved fresh blackberries, and a cup of halved fresh raspberries. Then instead of four cups of orange juice, I used three cups orange juice and one cup of a bottled juice that mixed acai berry and goji berry. Then I followed the recipe as is, but added in roughly a half teaspoon of ground nutmet and about a quarter-teaspoon ground cardamom. I like my spices. The resulting sauce was AMAZING! I really encourage people to play with their own variations to find the recipe that works best for them and their own personal tastes!

2 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jul. 6, 2011
Candied Acorn Squash
If you're looking for a simple squash recipe, this is it. I would advise stirring in another tablespoon or two of brown sugar when you mash everything together in the bowl - and I'd increase the time frmo 10 minutes to more like 12. Finally, instead of mashing the squash in a bowl after cooking, I'd do the mashing in a small square pan - it's easier to mash things together than in a bowl. Then sprinkle some more brown sugar on the top and serve!

4 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: May 30, 2011
Spicy Grilled Shrimp
This is a great recipe, but I ended up really cranking up the seasoning on these - and I skewered them to make them easier to grill. After putting them on wooden skewers I had soaked for about 15 minutes, I generously sprinkled both sides with a cajun seasoning and a little sea salt. They were wonderful, but I think if I hadn't added the extra seasoning, they would have been a little bland and needed cocktail sauce.

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: May 29, 2011
 
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