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Reviewed Grilled Cheese
"I have made these several times now. The last time with sourdough bread instead of plain white. The best yet!!
Reviewed Caramelized Onion Potato Tart
"Just finished making and eating this. It was fantastic! I did several deviations from the recipe. I minced 2 cloves of garlic and tossed them in with the onions just before they were done.
I ran the oven at 400 and baked them for about a hour rather than 45 minutes. Also I removed the parchment paper for the last 15 minutes or so which allowed the top to brown up a bit. It turned out exactly like Tylers. When I flipped them over on the plate the bottom was nice and crispy and looked awesome!!
I impressed myself the way it looked! The flavor was great! I can see where you could go alot of different directions with this recipe. Bacon, cheese, green onions etc.
Reviewed Baked Potato Hash Browns
"I made this last night. While not perfect the flavor was very good. I put the potatos in a colander and pressed down with a plate to squeeze all the water out and it seemed to work. It was very hard for me to judge when the potatos needed to be flipped and I went a little longer than I should have. The onions burnt a bit.
I flipped it onto the cutting board and then back into the pan and then into the oven.
I used a stoneline non stick pan and it worked great! My cast iron pan would have been impossiblle to flip it's so darn heavy.
I give it 5 stars because the shortcomings were mine and not the recipe. Great job Tyler!
Reviewed The Ultimate Filet O Fish Sammie
"Okay figure this out for me. The panko bread crumbs never browned up? I made alot more halibut than what Tyler did so I kept them in the oven quite a bit longer. I followed the recipe to the T other than I added some Old Bay to the bread crumbs.
The fillets never even showed a sign of browning up. I had to pull them out of the oven otherwise the fish would have been completley dried out. The color was totally anemic. Any thoughts?
Reviewed Beef Brisket
"Excellent recipe! I had about a 7lb brisket. I seared mine on the grill over hardwood lump charcoal. When seared I removed the brisket to the side of the grill and added a few chunks of hickory and let it smoke on low heat for about 20 to 30 minutes. Then to the roaster pan.
The only other substitution was I used herbs de provence in place of rosemary needles. Turned out excellent!