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Reviewed The Ultimate Meatballs al Forno with Creamy Polenta

Feb 10, 2014 in Recipes on Cooking Channel

Delicious change from my regular meatballs, especially leaving out the onions, and so good with the polenta. I used canned Romas and would double the sauce next time. This would be a great make ahead for company. I recommend adding minced garlic and more fresh basil to the polenta to really put it over the top. Tyler's recipes never disappoin...

Reviewed Thyme for Yorkshire Pudding

Jan 4, 2013 in Food Network Community Toolbox on

Really easy and delicious. I made them to go with a standing rib roast on New Year's Eve and these were perfect. You could change them up with whatever fresh herb you have on hand. I didn't use the beef fat--just put a little melted butter into each muffin cup and it worked fine. I will make these again for sure, they would work well with a regula"

Reviewed Creamy Parmesan Polenta

Aug 2, 2012 in Food Network Community Toolbox on

Absolutely delicious! I think it's important to use quality parmesan and next time I would omit the salt and add to taste. I added basil puree and that put it out of the park! Adding rosemary would change it up nicely for a fall/winter meal. Had with the fish from the episode and roasted cherry tomatoes from the garden. It's a perfect, easy, and t"

Reviewed Herb-Roasted Fish

Aug 2, 2012 in Food Network Community Toolbox on

A delicious and easy way to prepare fish. My only complaint was that I used wild cod and water pooled in the bottom of the package. Be sure to serve it with the polenta from the same show."

Reviewed Raspberry Limeade with Lavender and Mint

Jun 12, 2012 in Recipes on Cooking Channel

Really delicious summer drink. Easy to adjust sweetness level with amount of seltzer you add. I used lavender and mint from my garden. Perfect!"

Reviewed Potatoes Anna

Feb 17, 2012 in Recipes on Cooking Channel

Amazing! This was a nice change from my usual gratin recipe. I used the remaining cream mixture to create a sauce for chicken thighs and served them together. Yum!""

Reviewed Artichoke Dip

Nov 23, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on

A little rich, definitely double the artichokes. I substituted carmelized sweet onions for the leeks and it was perfect. Next time I might reduce the mayo and sour cream, and try adding some spinach. A nice base recipe to tweek and make your own.""

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