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"Outstanding recipe. Turned out really well and was a hit with me and the wifey. Flavors were perfectly balanced and unique. My side dishes were risotto and broccoli sauted in cream with mushrooms, green onion, and parmesan. THANK YOU!"
"Waaaaay too much bread crumbs. Otherwise would have been pretty good. The recipe would work if you leave the bread crumbs and eggs out."
"Quite lame and a waste of good wild salmon. Followed instructions and marinated for 30 mins prior to grilling. I know baking in marinate would improve drastically and I should have done that rather than following instructions. Flavors were bland even for my wife and we were quite disappointed. Stick to foil baking and don't waste your time chi..."
"Really good! I wasn't expecting much, but was looking for some different Irish dish, and this one really suprised me and my wife. The stock I used was beer and bullion. I added some salt and pepper to taste. Came out a tad salty but we liked it that way. I probably added some garlic too as usual and I used maybe two shots of whiskey (JWR) nea..."
"Fun to make but disappointed in flavor. I recommend a lot more honey and cinnamon. I would also cook in some raisons and apples. I doubled the orange zest/peal and garnished with sliced orange. Maybe a touch of clove would be nice. It just missed the zing of flavor I recall from living in the middle east so you gotta kick it up a knotch yours..."
"Decent pasta. Bland enough for the wife and a good base for me to pep up. I would use a very flavorful ham (smokey or southern) and tons of garlic. The cream cheese worked but I prefer straight alfredo with cream. "
"Decent heathy version of chili. It was mild enough for my wife to enjoy and a nice base for me to doctor further with tabasco and more salt. Serve over rice! THANKS!"