Member since Dec 2012
Thursday 6 days ago on FoodNetwork.com
“This recipe was my first experience with brining. I made this recipe for Thanksgiving this year. Since I was inexperienced, I only brined the turkey breasts for three hours on Thanksgiving morning. I don't know if it was the brining or the bacon, but my family absolutely adored the turkey. Everyone said that it was the best turkey they had ever... ”
"This dish is easy to prepare, very impressive, and absolutely wonderful. As some of the other reviewers suggested, next time I will use just dark meat (much more flavorful and moist in this particular recipe). Ina's recipes are consistently excellent."
"I agree with the reviewers who felt that the cooking time was too long and the temperature too high. Unfortunately, I followed the recipe and didn't use a meat thermometer. The meat was practically burned! Paula's recipes usually are so good! I plan to try this again using the temperature/cooking time suggested by one of the other reviewers."
"This recipe is delicious any time of the year! It's pretty warm in May here in Georgia, and my family really loved this dish. I used Sunny's ingredients except instead of the thyme I used fresh rosemary. This recipe is easy to prepare and vey impressive!"
"Thanks Bobby for this great, healthy recipe. Unlike the other reviewers, I found the brownies to be sweet enough plus moist and tasty. Although I don't have a medical concern with gluten, I do prefer a gluten- free diet. I just used brown rice flour and followed the recipe except for adding vanilla. Unsweetened coconut and/or walnuts are a nic"
"This recipe is very good and much healthier than fried chicken. I soaked my chicken overnight in the buttermilk, which resulted in moist, very flavorful chicken. As someone suggested, I sprinkled garlic powder on the chicken in addition to salt and pepper. Love Trisha Yearwood!"