Fort Polk, Louisiana
Member since Sep 2007
Sunday, Oct 27, 2013 on FoodNetwork.com
“Smelled good when I was cooking, but then it seemed like it was missing something when we sat down to eat. Easy to make but definitely no wow factor to it. ”
"September 03, 2013 - Second time making this served with couscous and green beans. I can honestly say this was the best lamb I have ever had.
December 17, 2012 - Sunny's Rock-n-Rack of Lamb would be a better title for the recipe. Easy, Fast and Delicious."
This was easy, fast, light and tasty on a hot summer night. Olive oil and peppered but use no salt on the chicken. Cooked my chicken 4 minutes on each side (gas grill med/low). I also put the prosciutto and brie on right after I turned the chicken. Could not find just arugula, used a bag of fresh spinach and arugula, but to be honest the"
"A rare bust for Sunny. We were looking forward to a home made Tuna Casserole as we were tired of the box tuna helper tasting chalky. This was bland and way to much peas. We have made many of Sunny's recipes and this is only the second one that we did not care for."
"I cut up and used a 6.89 pound whole bird. Sauce tasted like it needed something more. Added another tablespoon of garlic, five shakes of Franks Red Hot and about a tablespoon of red pepper flakes. Tasted great and will make again."
"A Bust. Made for the first time last night for Christmas Eve. Watch the show not that long ago and followed the directions, maybe I did something wrong. Did not puff up at all, just made a huge bubble in the center of the pan. The whole thing was flat about an 1/8" or so and tasted awful."
"I use to hate Brussels Sprouts as the only ones I ever had were in a Army mess hall boiled in a hotel pan in the oven with just water. Bitter and foul tasting.
This was truly delicious and will make again and again when fresh Brussels Sprouts are in season."
"About five weeks ago I put a one pound bag of fresh cranberries in a 1.75 liter bottle of vodka to make fresh cranberry flavored vodka for the holidays. I use the cranberries to make this recipe. I did not add the Grand Marnier, I did add two table spoons of corn starch to thicken the sauce to a jelly. Turned out great and will make again next "
"Update 11-05-12 : Second time making this and Wam-Bam-Out Of The Park!!
WOW!!! The sauce was out of this world, the meat was done perfectly. Don't change a thing with the pot roast recipe. This was the first pot roast that my wife did not reach for the ketchup. in 14 years. Changed up the roasted vegetables a little, two carrots, one turnip, "
"WOW!!! The sauce was out of this world, the meat was done perfectly. Don't change a thing with the pot roast recipe. This was the first pot roast that my wife did not reach for the ketchup. in 14 years. Changed up the roasted vegetables a little, two carrots, two turnips, two parsnips, two russet potatoes, and two sweet potatoes."
"Watched the episode where this was made the other day and thought this would be a nice appetizer before dinner one night. The wife and I thought it was missing something in the flavor profile. I snitched one of the tomato halves when I pulled them out of the oven. The warm tomato tasted a lot better fresh out of the oven. I mention that bacon "
"Very tasty and will do again. Soaked chops for 24 hours. I used a flat cast iron grill pan on medium heat 5 minutes each side. My chops were very thick so I covered the entire pan with aluminum foil folded in half and baked 10 minutes at 350 degrees to finish cooking them. Let the chop rest on the dinner plate for 3 minutes. Served with rice "
"This was a great inspiration. This is what I did: 1 can pineapple rings, 1 cup brown sugar, 2 big splashes of soy sauce, 3 cloves garlic. Pureed the marinade in the blender. Marinaded the chicken over night. Pat dry the chicken with paper towels, let set on the counter for 20-30 minutes. Grilled (charcoal) 5 minutes each side. Transferred to"