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Reviewed seared filet mignon

Jan 24, 2014 on

Try adding Gorgonzola at about 3 mins till done. Also try a rub of cumin. Look one up. Adds a different flavor if you always do std steaks.

Reviewed Chicken Fricassee with Tomato Basil Pilaf

Aug 20, 2013 in Food Network Community Toolbox on

I have eaten at Mr. irvine's restaurants and absolutely loved this recipe. His food pops and I would have to rank this dish ahead of my other two favorite dishes provided by two other food network chefs. I might try changing the plum tomatoes out for diced and see if that changes the dish (I like tomatoes). Other than that my family has ruled me t"

Reviewed Grilled Chicken with Roasted Garlic-Oregano Vinaigrette and Grilled Fingerling Potatoes

May 3, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on

I love garlic. Bobby is awesome at garlic dishes. If you fry thin chicken strips this becomes a light and airy delicacy. Two frying pans - one for the chicken and one for the potatoes. I'd recco that you fry the garlic in olive oil before adding to the blender....if you have kids.

In any case, I love Bobby Flay's food and he always...

Reviewed Chicken and Herb Pot Pie Stoup

Apr 26, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on

Remarkably easy to make. Cook times aren't exact which allows for better prep times. The chicken - I used 1.25 pounds of chicken breast strips. The celery I dropped (I personally don't like celery). I added a little more spice and 1 large potato was surpisingly just about right (I like potatoes). In any case, this is great for lunches for the kids"

Reviewed Penne With Vodka Sauce

Mar 6, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on

Well, this is a quick and easy masterpiece. The kids love it. I like to add to recipes...sometimes, as with this, the recipe is enhanced. I added mushrooms (about 4 oz), red pepper (small - sautee for 7 minutes before adding), and 6 oz of mild italian sausage (obviously cooked prior to adding). Mix it all up prior to adding the heavy cream and simmer.


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