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Reviewed Linguine with Shrimp and Lemon Oil

Nov 23, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on

My guests RAVED! I changed arugula to spinach, and let the zest sit in warm olive oil as suggested.

I roasted my shrimp in the oven with salt, pepper, and olive oil till done. I also roasted grape tomatoes with a clove of minced garlic and evoo for about 10 minutes. Added everything to the pasta...and WOW! Topped with fresh parmesan...

Reviewed Pat's Stuffed Turkey Burgers

Sep 16, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on

Excellent and easy! I doubled the recipe and added one egg and 3/4c of plain breadcrumbs like I do to all burgers these days. Definitely a crowd pleaser :) ""

Reviewed Old-Fashioned Meat Loaf- A.K.A 'Basic' Meat Loaf

Sep 14, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on

My boyfriend asked me to make a meatloaf for him, so I picked this because of the ratings and ease. I made three changes: I used fire roasted diced tomatoes, red bell pepper, and breadcrumbs instead of oats...all the same measurements, etc. It came out super moist and absolutely DELICIOUS! He could not stop talking about it!! Super easy...wil...

Saved Recipe Dutch Oven Hawaiian Pot Roast by Tina Klein

Aug 11, 2011 on

Saved Recipe Dutch Oven Barbecue Ribs by IamEarnie

Aug 11, 2011 on

Reviewed Horseradish Top Sirloin Steak

Aug 11, 2011 in on

Great and EASY! I've made it twice, and this time I coated the meat with plenty of S&P, then just dumped enough horseradish to liberally coat the meat, rubbed on minced garlic, spread it all around and let it sit at room temp for maybe 30 minutes. I left out the olive oil to cut calories, and it was still delicious."

Reviewed Grilled London Broil With Rosemary

Jul 29, 2011 in on

Awesome marinade!! I will definitely use it again and can't wait to try it on chicken drumsticks, breasts and on a pork tenderloin. I marinated the London Broil for 4 hours and cooked as everyone said...8 minutes or so on each side. The flavor was excellent, but the meat was still tough in spots even with cutting it against the grain. A frie...

Reviewed Gina's Spicy Corn Chowder

Jul 24, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on

Wonderful! I didn't use the jalapeno and tweaked it to my liking. I also peeked at Ina Garten's recipe and decided to add tumeric...and quite a lot! My boyfriend and his buddy (both watermen) and my friend who owns a bridal shop RAVED about it. Very simple and savory...even in the summer :)"

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