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"Some of the most succulent chops ever. The onions are kicked up a notch with the chopped herbs, which added sweetness and texture. The pork and onions combined are mouth-watering. Emeril is more than just a pretty face."
Reviewed Escarole With Pancetta
"It works. Simple and delicious. The pancetta provides rich texture and seasoning. A great way to use the leftover escarole I had after using a handful for my minestrone soup."
"Made this at the last moment as the first course for a Rosh Hashonah dinner. It is easy and can probably be done with whatever is in the house. Don't stint on the ginger - it may look like a lot but it will provide plenty of mellow flavor, along with a subtle kick. Left out the cream at the end, as the soup had a perfect texture and consistency"
Reviewed Italian Sausage Rolls
"This recipe is brilliant. Easy to put together, and a perfect melding of flavors and texture. So savory. We mixed together equal amounts of the hot and sweet sausage, rather than put each in separate rolls and our guests loved it. Looks like you worked all day - they'd never know!"
"Not impressed - too soupy, and the onion chunks were overpowering. Flavor was ok, but the textures weren't appealing. Ate it the first night, but couldn't bring myself to go back for leftovers; threw them out."
"Best about this is is that you can use what's in the house or substitute what you don't have. Used vidalias chopped fine instead of cipollini and small bowtie pasta. Great flavor when the braised broccoli mixture is added to the pasta.""
Reviewed Slow Cooked Brussels Sprouts
"Love this because it takes only whatever you happen to have in the kitchen. Tender and savory. Added some freshly grated Romano cheese at the end and the whole family ate and enjoyed!""
Reviewed Chicken Marsala
"This dish was easy to make, and what really made it special was the prosciutto. The sauce was like velvet, and the crimini mushrooms held their ground in it. The chicken, pounded just right, was flavorful and moist. Thanks again, Tyler.