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Reviewed Deviled Chicken Thighs
"I made this for dinner tonight. I'm not quite sure what to say. Four 5-star reviews? Wow. This was so very basic. Another baked chicken with Dijon mustard, bread crumbs and cheese. Nothing new or inspiring here. This recipe is probably one of the dullest that I've made from this site. Pass."
Reviewed Crab Cakes
"Made these tonight and they were fantastic. My husband said "restaurant quality dinner". I agree. I served two cakes per dish on a bed of arugula that was drizzled with balsamic vinegar and topped the cakes with lemon aioli sauce that had some Tabasco in it. BTW, Food Network people AGAIN messed up on the ingredients list - the grapeseed oil isn't""
Reviewed Turkey Bolognese
"I've never been interested in making turkey bolognese because I never thought it sounded appealing. I had so much leftover turkey from Thanksgiving that I decided to try it - really thinking I wouldn't like it and would trash it. Wrong! It was delicious, plain and simple. This one is going in the keeper pile!""
Reviewed Marinara Sauce
"Wonderful depth of flavor. I softened the mirapoix until it was almost mush - it thickened the tomatoes almost instantly, but kept all on low for an hour to meld everything. Best to keep to only 1 bay leaf - even if they are small, like mine are - so as not to overwhelm. I could see adding all kinds of other ingredients to this to get the flavor y""
Reviewed Lentil Sausage Soup
"Very good, hearty soup. It was better a couple days later, naturally and we decided to add a few dashes of Tabasco to our bowls the second time we ate it. WOW! That was the missing ingredient! Totally transformed the soup from very good, hearty soup to outstanding.""
"I thought this recipe was good, didn't blow us away. I used halibut, but I don't think I'd use it again. Halibut has such a subtle, sweet flavor that all of that is lost in this dish - and at $18 a pound, that's a shame. Mahi mahi or cod or tilapia I think. I thought the ratio of chicken stock to coconut milk was off a bit too. I should have used ""
"Agree with Robotron27 that the recipe isn't what appears on the video at all. Fortunately, I pulled the $20 worth of pork butt out of the crock pots and was able to salvage it from its salty bath water. John Conley should tell FN to take his name off this recipe, as it isn't what he demonstrated. This has to be the worst recipe I've seen thus far ""
Reviewed Linguine with Shrimp Scampi
"Made this for dinner tonight. Perfect flavor. I didn't have parsley on hand, so finished it with some capers, snipped garlic chive and a quick drizzle of olive oil. Rave reviews from all diners - from an 8 year old to a 78 year old. Will totally make again - super easy. Thanks!""