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Joined Date: Sep 25, 2006
Reviewed Bobby's Baked Tilapia
"I have to say that I agree with the other reviews in saying that this was a surprisingly tasty dishes given its simplicity. Based on some of the reviews, I cut back on the lime which I think was a mistake. I loved the zip the lime added and next time will definitely follow the recipe to the letter. I was looking for a good baked tilapia recipe ""
Reviewed Baked Shrimp Scampi
"I am definitely an "amateur" cook and would never have thought I could make something like Shrimp Scampi but this was easy AND delicious. It had the right mix of garlic, spices and surprise lemony bites that epitomizes Scampi. Definitely a keeper!""
Reviewed Neelys' Cheesy Chicken Parmesan
"I made this recipe a year or so ago and it came out great. My husband LOVED it but at the time, I used store bought spaghetti sauce and dried herbs. I made it again last night and this time I used the Neely recipe to make the sauce and used fresh basil. OMG - what a difference! As good as it was before, it was absolutely more AWESOME this time.""
Reviewed Neely's Fish and Chips
"LOVE The Neely's and up until now, they have never let me down but I must admit that this recipe just didn't work for me. The first lesson I learned is not to try to make a recipe when I haven't seen the show. I'm sure their were probably tricks and tips that they may have mentioned to have this dish be successful but it looked simple enough and""
"The chicken on this dish is PERFECT but I agree with some of the other reviewers that there was too much salt in the pickled onions (even with kosher salt) for my taste. So much so that I did not add additional salt to the chicken after frying. I will note however that as a milanese, all the components are designed to eat together and when eaten""