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Monday, Oct 28, 2013 on FoodNetwork.com
“A nice seasonal dish for fall. Next time I think I will let the chops marinate in the sage, salt, pepper and olive oil for a few hours to give more flavor. Made my own garlic mash to go with them. ”
Reviewed Southwestern Chili Con Carne
Sunday, Oct 27, 2013 on FoodNetwork.com
“I'll admit upfront that I made quite a few changes to the recipe, but found it to be a great starting point and one I'll definitely make again. I used 1.5 pounds ground chuck and 1 pound hot Italian sausage; added a few slices of bacon I had left over; used 1 can diced tomatoes and 1 can fire roasted tomatoes instead of the fresh Roma tomatoes; used... ”
"Made these one Saturday morning to use up extra ricotta. They are definitely more of a biscuit than a cupcake -- a bit crumbly and not too sweet. I used vanilla instead of almond extract and omitted the almonds, but they were still very tasty."
"I did peel the squash's very outside layer (whatever the vegetable peeler could take off) and it was just fine. This was the first time I'd ever eaten butternut squash, so had no idea what to expect. I'm now a fan and will definitely make this again as even the rest of the family like it as well."
"Some may say my review is irrelevant since I omitted the red pepper flake, the parmesan and the parsley, but these were wonderful without those elements. The rosemary garlic oil was so flavorful and the chewy/salty of the pancetta added the perfect counter to the crunchy outside of the potatoes and the creamy, fluffy insides. Amazing!"
Tuesday, Oct 22, 2013 on FoodNetwork.com
“Left out the hazlenuts as my daughter won't eat nuts of any kind. Still delicious and super easy. ”
Reviewed Hurry Up Chicken Pot Pie
Monday, Oct 14, 2013 on FoodNetwork.com
“Followed recipe with these modifications: used white and dark meat from rotisserie chicken, added garlic powder for extra flavor, omitted egg, used frozen peas and carrots, used herbed cream of chicken soup, added egg to biscuit topping and only 1/4 stick of butter. Scrumptious! ”
"Great texture and very easy to make. For the glaze I used 1 cup of confectioner's sugar, a little melted butter and a splash of vanilla, then whisked in lemon juice until I had the consistency I wanted. I glazed the scones 3 - 4 times starting while they were still hot and letting each coat dry. This way the glaze both sank into the scones and "
"Three words: A. Maze. Ing! Not sure why folks had so many issues, but I followed the recipe AS WRITTEN and the rolls rose and baked just fine. Watch the video -- he explains why instant yeast is used in this recipe and the visuals for each step are very helpful. I did use a different glaze as my family doesn't like cream cheese frostings, bu"
"I was all set to put these on the grill when the rain started. So I shifted to the oven. Although the asparagus was done in the time allotted, the bacon was nowhere near done. So I crisped it up on the stove top and it came out great. Can't wait to try it on the grill with the hope that the bacon will crisp up better."
"General consensus was a resounding "YUM!!" I didn't make the guac 'cause I'm the only one who would eat it, but a little sour cream worked just as well."
"Before she even finished chewing the first bite, my daughter declared this a keeper. The rest of the meal was abnormally quiet as everyone focused all energies on mass consumption of this dish. When the final forkfull disappeared, and the family glanced forlornly at the empty dish, the only question was, "When will you make this again?"
I did us"