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Joined Date: Nov 04, 2007
Reviewed Cobb Salad
"This looks good but does anyone know how to make an original Cobb Salad? It involves putting each ingredient through a meat grinder (except maybe the avocado - just finely chopped) and putting them into distinct rows on a plate for presentation. Then it is mixed together at the table and served with a bleu cheese dressing. It is out of this world. I had one in 1972 at the Brown Derby in Hollywood and have not seen one since.
Reviewed Chicken Enchiladas
"I couldn't really review this any better because the recipe led me astray. First of all, four 5 oz chicken breasts is plenty of meat for this dish. Also, you list the jack cheese at the end of the list of ingredients for the sauce so I put it into the sauce. It wasn't until the last paragraph that I realized that the cheese was not part of the sauce but saved for the end. And according to the picture, no way is that 2 1/2 cups of cheese on top although I wouldn't know because I didn't have any cheese at the end. This is the first time I've made enchiladas and it motivates me to try a more traditional recipe. This was a good filling casserole, however, and wouldn't mind trying it again.
Love the Food Network. Self-taught home cook.