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"How can something this good be this easy? The flavors meld beautifully and the result was both subtle and amazing. Served on a bed of Spaghetti al Lemone (used angel hair pasta) from another site. Turned out to be a great combination. Another triumph for Giada."
"Wanted to be more excited but this is just so-so. Did it exactly by the instructions. Carrots did pick up a little of the apple flavor, but there was no flavor at all to the cabbage. Thought I was going to one-up my wife's annual preparation using the instructions on the package. Wrong, again!
The potatoes were good and I'll use that part of t"
Reviewed Cinnamon and Orange Creme Brulee
When I want a special desert, this is it! First time was last Valentine's day, then a couple special occasions, and couldn't find anything more deserving for this year's Feb 14. Plan ahead, have ALL the right ingredients and you will be rewarded for the effort! "
"Absolutely delightful! The Vinaigrette: is delicious. Keep the pancetta andfFennel pretty thin in order to crisp up and carmelize properly. This deserves to be served as a first course to be savored on its own."
Reviewed Linguine with Shrimp Scampi
"Wonderful meal. At least as good (or better ) than anything I've had presented in a restaurant. Did Giada's Caramelized Pancetta and Fennel Salad, finished off with Ann's Cinnamon and Orange Creme Brulee. Wife is now very grateful she broke her arm the week before Valentine's day! I'm a firm beleiver that the first time with a new recipe shoul"
Reviewed Gulf Shrimp Jambalaya
"Nothing short of terrific! I beleive in "by the book" for the first time at any recipe. Better half doesn't like much heat, so always have to cut back on the cayenne. Cut it in half and was delighted with the zing still in this dish - was afraid she wouldn't like it, but she went back to the stove for seconds. A really good andouille helps br"
Reviewed Italian Halibut
"Done this one twice now, exactly as written- rave reviews from different audiences. Used a gas grill with great success. Impressed both wife and daughter (both great cooks). Served with a mushroom risotto and ginger glazed carrots. A meal worth serious coin in any restaurant. ""
Reviewed Butterfly Swordfish
"Top Notch! - Truly easy and wonderful flavor. Expected to work a lot harder to accomplish something so tasty. Served it with an olive and red pepper linguine from another site, accompanied by broiled parsley tomatoes - great combination. ""
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