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"I've made these cookies twice, the first time with semi sweet and white chocolate chips and the second time with milk chocolate and heath chips. My Mom who hated chocolate chips cooking loved these, and I even gave her the recipe.
I increased the cooking time to 16 minutes (but that is going to depend on your oven) and I chilled them for an hou"
"Very good but but I didn't care for the BBQ sauce, but that's a personal taste having nothing to do the the actual recipe. Very easy to make and boy it makes a lot! Good for a party. I'll use my own recipe for the BBQ sauce next time. ""
"Okay, I'll admit it, I have a major crush on Chuck!!! Love his recipe's and hopefully someday will visit his restaurant.
I saw this on the show a few days ago and it looked very easy to make and it is! I used a 4 pound roast... 15 minutes at 500 as suggested then 20 minutes per pound at 350. I cheated on the Veal Stock because I was too lazy to m""
"I made this last night for dinner and it was delicious! I didn't have any brandy and I added 1/2 teaspoon of salt after I added the chicken broth, I would completely omit the salt addition after the broth, I think it was seasoned plenty but I would taste and add accordingly. I also cooked it for 30 minutes longer so it was "fall apart tender". I w""
"The flavor of the chicken was excellent, but reducing the sauce was a bit tricky! After reading the reviews I knew it would take much longer but after 45 minutes it still didn't reduce. I had to add some corn starch and that helped a little. The only thing I can think of is that I used fresh squeezed O.J. (fun project for my son and maybe that did""
"The flavor of the chicken was excellent, but reducing the sauce was a joke. After reading the reviews I knew it would take much longer but after 45 minutes it still didn't reduce. I had to add some corn starch and that helped a little. The only thing I can think of is that I used fresh squeezed O.J. (fun project for my Son and maybe that didn't gi""