Member since Nov 2010
"This is my favorite recipe ever... period. The chicken is moist and flavorful. The garlic comes out sweet and creamy. The oil it cooks in is infused with yummy goodness that pairs well with wide egg noodles or potatoes. Pair it with a salad and you're done.
Oh, and the episode this comes from is amazing too! (I know, it doesn't make the food""
"The recipe made SO much soup. You you want to stretch a buck and have a super-healthy meal that will last you a couple of days, this will work for you. This recipe scared my husband (he'd never had lentils or kale) but he loved it. It was really yummy with corn bread one day or paired with a sandwich.
I modified the recipe a bit though; I didn""
"Tasty and filling. It was super-easy to make. My husband was leery about the apples, but it was such a lovely compliment to the sausage that it won him over. Even my very picky 2-year-old loved it.
I modified the recipe a bit for what I had on hand. I used mild Italian sausage, omitted the thyme, used honeycrisp apples, a little less cider, a""
"My family would have given this 5 stars, but I give it 4. I really liked it a lot, but I thought the recipe itself more onion to balance the apples (I really like onion though.)
It was easy to make. I did all my prep-work the night before (except for the apples) and it came together very quickly. I made it in a baking dish, not as muffins.""
"I made this for Thanksgiving. It was easy and quick (especially for turkey). My whole family like it, even my step-dad who doesn't like turkey at all. This recipe made me fall in love with sage!
I did have to tent the turkey pretty early on to keep the top from browning too much. I couldn't find fresh bay, so I used more sage in the oil in th""