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CRYSTAL BAY, Nevada

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Reviewed Monkfish Stew with Saffron Broth and Wild Mushrooms

Mar 1, 2012 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

OH MY!!! REALLLLLYY GOOD. I HAD TO USE SHRIMP. MONKFISH COMES FROM THE EAST COAST BUT HERE IN CALIFORNIA, WHOLE FOODS USED TO CARRY IT. NOW THEY SAY THEY HAVE TO ORDER IT. I CAN'T IMAGINE IT WOULD BE ANY BETTER WITH MONKFISH. QUICK TIP - TONY CHACHERE'S CREOLE SEASONING (OR ANY CREOLE SEASONING FOR THAT MATTER CAN SUBSTITUTE FOR "ESSENCE"....

Reviewed Grilled Swordfish with Lemon, Mint and Basil

Nov 11, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

HOW CAN SOMETHING SO SIMPLE BE SO DELICIOUS? I PICKED THIS RECIPE BECAUSE IT WAS MY HUSBAND'S NIGHT TO COOK SO I WANTED SOMETHING EASY FOR HIM. I READ ALL THE REVIEWS BUT I STILL DIDN'T THINK IT COULD BE THAT GOOD WITH SO FEW INGREDIENTS. WRONG! I PAIRED THIS WITH PAULA DEEN'S "GARLIC GRILLED TOMATOES" WHICH ARE ALSO SUPER DELISH.
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Reviewed Grilled Steak and Blue Cheese with Berry Glaze

Jun 20, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

THIS SAUCE WITH THE BLUE CHEESE WAS ABSOLUTELY DELICIOUS. I EVEN MADE IT WITH SPLENDA INSTEAD OF SUGAR. BUT EVERYONE AGREED THAT IT SHOULD NOT BE SERVED WITH AN EXPENSIVE FILET MIGNON. IT JUST OVERWHELMS THE FLAVOR OF THE STEAK. I WILL DEFINITELY MAKE THIS AGAIN BUT I STRONGLY RECOMMEND TRYING IT WITH PORK OR CHICKEN."

Reviewed Spumoni Ice Cream Sandwiches

Jun 8, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

I'M NOT SURE WHY SHE CALLS THESE SPUMONI ICE CREAM CAKES BUT USES PISTACHIO ICE CREAM BECAUSE SPUMONI IS A SEPARATE FLAVOR ALTHOGETHER. THAT SAID, I HAD A HECK OF A TIME FINDING PISTACHIO. HAD TO GO TO THREE STORES BUT IT WAS WORTH IT. LIKE RACHEL, I DON'T BAKE AND THESE WERE SO QUICK AND REALLY REALLY YUMMY. THE COOKIES (AND THE ICE CREAM - B"

Reviewed Reverse Marinade, Hot and Sweet Pepper Chicken and Shrimp

Mar 28, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

SHE SAID THE RED CHILE PEPPERS ARE CALLED FRESNO OR HOLLAND."

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