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Reviewed grilled asparagus bruschetta

Tuesday 1 day ago on FoodNetwork.com

Very good, I love the asparagus cooked on the grill and learning some new techniques. Jeff steals the show each week with his humor, so funny and I love how he keeps the other hosts laughing, even the Prince GZ!!

Reviewed chicken lemon orzo soup

Tuesday 1 day ago on FoodNetwork.com

The Bomb and I've been making chicken soup now for 30 + yrs. I too added some chard, more carrots and skimmed off the extra fat after it cooled the next day. The lemon adds an extra dimension and I'm gluten free so I used gf noodles. Sheer genius adding them to each bowl so they don't get over cooked, why didn't I think of it?

Jeff,...

Reviewed chicken lemon orzo soup

Tuesday 1 day ago on FoodNetwork.com

THis soup is the bomb and I've been making chicken noodle soup for 30 years. I also added more veggie, swiss chard and more carrots. I loved the subtle lemon flavor, and adding the noodles per bowl is genius. Why didn't I think of that?Way to go Jeff, you keep me laughing and eating better. And by the way, I voted for YOU!!!

Reviewed Apple Chutney

Saturday, Jul 7, 2012 on FoodNetwork.com

"Tried this but mine is way better Ina. I got it from an English women years ago with my promise that I wouldn't share it with anyone. It is similar to yours but it also has fresh tomatoes and garlic in it; it calls for cayenne instead of hot pepper flakes. I've been making it for years now and it pars well with chicken curry. Thanks for showin"

Reviewed Apple Tarte Tatin

Saturday, Jun 30, 2012 on Cooking Channel

"Taste was great BUT way too much butter. Next time I'd 1/2 it. Barefoot Constessa's is superior, sorry Kelsey!! Love you though and your show"

Reviewed Real Mashed Potatoes

Sunday, Apr 22, 2012 on FoodNetwork.com

"I really liked the pressure cooker idea. I don't use mine enough. I used Yukons also and halved the butter in the mixing part. In fact, I love melted butter over the pots.when serving, you can see it and it looks so much more appealing that way. "

Reviewed Hot Dogs a la Rose

Sunday, Oct 3, 2010 on Food Network

"Sorry Aarti, but this wasn't great. Served it over steamed rice and it cooked very dry even after adding more water. Flavors were good but just wouldn't ever make it again. Keep trying, you shine!

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