Woodland Hills, California
Member since Aug 2010
"MY first Alton recipe and it was a hit!!!! I didn't even have the parmesan cheese. The poached garlic in the milk was the prize.I used heavy cream because that's what I had. I'm so happy with this recipe. Thanks Alton Brown"
"These were very yummy! although they did appear dry after putting it all together I did like some of the other reviews, I added an extra egg and mayo. They turned out marvelous! I served it with smothered fried potatoes and buttered biscuits. See Sandra Lee's croquette recipe for her remoulade sauce. It really complimented the croquette. Thank you"
"I've always wanted to make cioppino for my best friend because it's one of her favorites. I made it a couple years ago for her and it was a disaster!!!!! Do not use cioppino that calls for red wine,yuck! So finally it was my birthday yesterday and I made this for my best friend and it was a hit!!! Hallelujah! I used mussels, tilapia and logastino'"
"Delicious and so healthy and refreshing. I did add cilantro and fresh jalapeno to the recipe. I'm so pleased and happy with the results. The brown rice is a nice change. Cheers to more healthy eating. Thank you Jamie and God bless you and your beautiful family"
"The best authentic chicken i could ever expect in my own kitchen. It is important that if you want it to look exactly like hers, that you need to find the toasted sesame oil (that stops cooking) because i went to my regular grocers in the area and could only find the pure sesame oil. I cook on a larger scale because i have a large family so i used""