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Reviewed Chicken Parmesan

Wednesday, Apr 9, 2014 on Cooking Channel

"DELICIOUS - I made this and it was EXCELLENT! Home Run!
-On my health journey Ellie is my 'go to' chef for healthy, flavorful recipies.
-This was over the top. So flavorful/decadent. I forgot I was trying to be healthy.
- I cheated and used Panko bread crumbs.
- Crispiness Tip: While preheating the oven put the foil lined pan in th"

Reviewed marcela's spicy oregano burgers

Monday, Mar 31, 2014 on FoodNetwork.com

These were amazing burgers! The chipotle aioli sauce was delicious and brought a perfect amount of kick (not too hot) and so flavorful. I mixed the avocado with some tomato, garlic, lime juice and red onion to layer on top instead of just the avocado. The little slices of jalapeno were the icing on the burger! The burgers themself were...

Reviewed baked barley

Saturday, Mar 1, 2014 on FoodNetwork.com

Perfect. I fell in love with barley recently when making a mushroom soup. I decided to try it as a side dish. I was pleasantly surprised at it's texture, (looking for a healthier alternative to pasta and rice.) I'm happy that I came upon this recipe, since it couldn't be easier. It turned out perfectly. No fuss, no muss and a perfect...

Reviewed Spicy Pop Pulled Pork

Sunday, May 19, 2013 on FoodNetwork.com

"Amazing, Amazing. Wonderful, Easy, Scrumptious.
Followed the recipe to the letter with the exceptions of: Added 4 small Garlic Cloves, and used "Coca Cola" (regular instead of Dr. Pepper). We love "Medium/HOT, but used the 7.5 oz can of Chipoltles in Adodo sauce, and it was perfect.. (I just chopped up the peppers with a knife whil"

Reviewed Spicy Pop Pulled Pork

Sunday, May 19, 2013 on FoodNetwork.com

"Amazing, Amazing. Wonderful, Easy, Scrumptious.
Followed the recipe to the letter with the exceptions of: Added 4 small Garlic Cloves, and used "Coca Cola" (regular) instead of Dr. Pepper. We love "Medium/HOT, but used the 7.5 oz can of Chipoltles in Adodo sauce. I just chopped up the peppers with a knife while in the can, and the"

Reviewed Spicy Pop Pulled Pork

Sunday, May 19, 2013 on FoodNetwork.com

"Amazing, Amazing. Wonderful, Easy, Scrumptious.
Followed the recipe to the letter with the exceptions of: Added 4 small Garlic Cloves, and used "Coca Cola" (regular) instead of Dr. Pepper.
Unbelievable delicious, Unbelievably easy.
Huge HIT!!!
I'd recommend that after pulling the meat out and 'pulling', you let the sauce/juice "

Reviewed Butter Lettuce Salad with Gorgonzola and Pear Dressing

Saturday, Jun 30, 2012 on FoodNetwork.com

"Possibly the best salad dressing I've ever had!!!

It is a perfect combination of Bleu Cheese, and Sweet, and Tang. Absolutely perfect. The flavors all hit you at different times. It is delightful. This is a Giada 'out of the park' recipe. I followed the recipe to the letter.

My husband was skeptical of the 'pear' when I told him I "

Reviewed Outrageous Brownies

Monday, Mar 21, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com

"I made this 2X, and was disappointed. I realized that it must be me, given all the rave reviews, so I was determined to try again. I got great results this time!! It was very important to rap the pan on the countertop, also to let the batter cool before adding the extra chips (as stated in the recipe.) I reduced the coffee to 1 TBL. (only had instant espresso) While I love coffee, 3TBL overpowered the chocolate flavor for me. Cooling and then refrigerating was important - and made getting them out of the pan much easier. This is a winner!"

Reviewed Garlic Chicken in Casserole with Israeli Couscous

Monday, Mar 21, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com

"WOW!This is phenomenal!!The combination of ingredients produced an AMAZING flavor.My husband and I were blown away by the deep brown, FULL OF FLAVOR'sauce'. It is definately a special 'out of the park' dish. Followed the recipe to the letter,no revisions We do not like Couscous AT ALL (too grainy.I noticed on the show the Israeli Couscous is much larger so I tried it again and loved it.(much larger,and more pasta-like.I will definately use this again.If you are not a fan-you might want to give Israeli couscous a try.Also,as the recipe states,once the chicken has been browned,drain off the olive oil-but leave in a TBL or so to saute the celery/onion.I found it was KEY to thoroughly brown the chick.The'crud' that Anne refers to is the delicous brown bits that that provides the flavor to the wonderful sauce.(Don't fret if you think you are burning the bottom of the pan,it is the base of the bits that you will deglaze with the wine.It was time-consuming but more than worth the effort"

Reviewed Garlic Chicken in Casserole with Israeli Couscous

Monday, Mar 21, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com

"WOW!This is phenomenal!!The combination of ingredients produced an AMAZING flavor.My husband and I were blown away by the deep brown, FULL OF FLAVOR'sauce'. It is definately a special 'out of the park' dish. Followed the recipe to the letter,no revisions We do not like Couscous AT ALL (too grainy.)I noticed on the show the Israeli Couscous is much larger so I tried it again and loved it.(much larger,and more pasta-like.)I will definately use this again.If you are not a fan-you might want to give Israeli couscous a try.Also,as the recipe states,once the chicken has been browned,drain off the olive oil-but leave in a TBL or so to saute the celery/onion.I found it was KEY to thoroughly brown the chick.The'crud' that Anne refers to is the delicous brown bits that that provides the flavor to the wonderful sauce.(Don't fret if you think you are burning the bottom of the pan,it is the base of the bits that you will deglaze with the wine.)It was time-consuming but more than worth the effort"

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