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"These were phenomenal! My mom bought me a popover pan for Christmas, and I wanted to try it out. This recipe was easy to follow, and the popovers were tender, airy, and perfect. I am not sure how they would be the next day, they didn't last that long! For people who say that their popovers didn't rise, I think it's because they didn't use a po"
Reviewed Warm Bacon Tarragon Potato Salad
"Yum! The Sandwich King has made a terrific salad! My hubby and I made this along with Jeff's Schnitzel Biscuits, and we couldn't believe how great everything turned out! I don't normally like potato salad, and I found myself sneaking bites of it while we got everything else ready. Even though there are only a few ingredients, this potato salad h""
Reviewed Schnitzel Biscuits
"Jeff pulls it off again. I had a great time making this with my wife. This show's gotten me really interested in cooking, and I'm learning a lot by trying out these recipes. Everything came out great - both on its own and all together in the sandwich. Jeff is truly an expert at blending flavors and textures into an awesome sandwich. I'm looki""
Reviewed Chicago Steakhouse Sandwich
"Great job, Jeff! I'm a Chicago guy who loves sandwiches and who's learning to become a better cook. Jeff is a great inspiration and I'm gonna be watching every week. (By the way, this is my wife's user id).
If I could give this 7 stars, I definitely would. We got a great 24 oz ribeye from the local butcher and it turned out amazing. The blue ""
Reviewed Greek Taco!
"Great job, Jeff! I'm a Chicago guy who loves sandwiches and who's learning to become a better cook. Jeff is a great inspiration and I'm gonna be watching every week.
I want to try every sandwich Jeff showcases, but I have to admit that I was a little apprehensive when it came to the Greek Taco. I'm not a fan of cucumbers or Greek yogurt, but I""
"My husband begs me to make this because he loves it so much! I cut down on prep time by just making one big pizza and cutting it into slices. I use the Pillsbury refrigerated thin pizza crust. It's super easy and it comes out crispy and yummy. Cooking the onions is the longest part of this recipe, but once they're going it's pretty easy, you j"
"Delicious and so simple to make! Setting up the food processor is what took the longest, and that took almost no time at all! I toasted the bread, rubbed the garlic on and made the tomato mixture in the morning, then I brought everything to my mother-in-law's house for Easter dinner. 10 minutes in the morning and another 10 right before I serve"
Reviewed Spinach and Bacon Quiche
"This was delicious! I made it for a brunch and it was gobbled up!
I made the recipe as written, and ended up with enough bacon and egg/cream mixture for two 9" quiches! Luckily the pie crusts I bought came in packs of 2, so I just took half the bacon out of the first crust, put in some more spinach, poured half the egg over top and added shredded cheddar because that's what I had on hand. The egg/cream mixture bulks up a lot when you put it in the blender, and it made the eggs nice and fluffy. I cooked the bacon in the oven, so it didn't take much attention, and wilted the spinach over the stove with a few tablespoons of water (make sure you drain it before adding it to the quiche. It was simple and easy to put together, and it will become one of our regular meals. My husband loves it so much that he asked me to teach him to make it so he can have it on nights I'm not home! Thank you, Paula, for another wonderful recipe!"