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MaryFletcherJones

Mary Fletcher Jones is a mom and marketing and PR consultant. She writes for several blogs and Examiner.com and produces video podcasts. Visit her web site at http://www.FletcherPrince.com
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MaryFletcherJones rated and reviewed the recipe Chicken Tagine
Chicken Tagine
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"This was very good and easy to make. I had all the ingredients - almost. I swapped the cilantro for some saffron, and I used chicken thighs w/skin instead of a whole chicken cut up, because that's what I had on hand. It was delicious!"
Posted on 1/27/2013
MaryFletcherJones rated and reviewed the recipe Garlic-Basil Tomatoes with Mozzarella
Garlic-Basil Tomatoes with Mozzarella
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"I agree that this recipe is only good with fresh basil, not dried (which I would only use in a cooked sauce, if that). Also you do not need the vinegar or the vinegar-based red pepper sauce -- just extra virgin olive oil -- since the tomatoes provide plenty of acid on their own. I suppose if you wanted some heat you could toss on some red pepper flakes, instead of the vinegar-based pepper sauce. Then you wouldn't lose the tomato flavor."
Posted on 8/13/2010
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Posted 1/27/2013 4:54:19 PM REPORT ABUSE
Chicken Tagine
Chicken Tagine
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This was very good and easy to make. I had all the ingredients - almost. I swapped the cilantro for some saffron, and I used chicken thighs w/skin instead of a whole chicken cut up, because that's what I had on hand. It was delicious!
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Posted 8/13/2010 5:06:14 PM REPORT ABUSE
Garlic-Basil Tomatoes with Mozzarella
Garlic-Basil Tomatoes with Mozzarella
Rating:
I agree that this recipe is only good with fresh basil, not dried (which I would only use in a cooked sauce, if that). Also you do not need the vinegar or the vinegar-based red pepper sauce -- just extra virgin olive oil -- since the tomatoes provide plenty of acid on their own. I suppose if you wanted some heat you could toss on some red pepper flakes, instead of the vinegar-based pepper sauce. Then you wouldn't lose the tomato flavor.
This reply was: Helpful  Inspiring
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