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"My husband thought this was bland but I think his taste buds are off because to me, this had a lot of flavor, especially considering how simple it is. I used all fresh herbs so they were really potent. Couldn't find nicoise olives so I subbed kalamata and those along with the goat cheese also carry pretty strong flavors so I just don't see ..."
18 hours ago on FoodNetwork.com
"For whatever reason, I knew about baking meatballs but it never dawned on me to try it - so much easier than cooking in a pan and healthier. These were delicious. They had just the right amount of spice and I liked the crunch that the breadcrumbs left. My husband and I didn't want to shop for ingredients so we only used 1 lb of beef and subbed ..."
Jan 28, 2013 on FoodNetwork.com
"It tastes like the Moroccan couscous from the FN cookbook - tasty and sweet. I think the raisins and apricots mostly account for this. I followed other reviewers and added a tsp each of cinnamon and coriander, and a tsp of red pepper flakes instead of chilis, though I should have used more as only a couple of bites had heat. I also halved the reci ..."
Dec 10, 2012 on FoodNetwork.com
"I love lemon pies and got my husband addicted to this recipe. The two of us finished it off in a day and a half. easy and delicious.
EDIT: I just realized that when I made this pie, I accidentally used an entire 12 oz can of frozen lemonade instead of 6 oz. Still tasty :"
Aug 27, 2012 on FoodNetwork.com
"I always wonder if I did something wrong when a recipe comes out to be unremarkable. I followed the recipe to the letter and it just came out tasting like warm tomatoes and dough. For one thing, 1.75 lbs of tomatoes was too much for me - I ended up having a lot of tomato chunks leftover and I think they drowned out the spices and other vegetables. ..."
Aug 15, 2012 on FoodNetwork.com
"Followed the recipe exactly and it was pretty good. Like others, I couldn't get my sauce to thicken to the consistency I wanted. I sprinkled a little flour over it to make it thicker and that worked just fine. Also, I thought the mushrooms and peas were delicious and felt there wasn't enough. Next time I'll double it. The chicken was a ..."
Jun 1, 2012 on FoodNetwork.com
"Only change I made was using ground ginger powder instead of grated ginger. Came out really well, especially with the curried tartar sauce. Slightly expensive since we used fresh salmon but worth it."
May 31, 2012 on FoodNetwork.com
"The first time I made this was because I wanted some yummy chicken to put in my mac and cheese. My husband and I finished the leftover chicken and now I find myself craving it. It's delicious and tastes like a rotisserie chicken - but MUCH cheaper!
I used Cajun seasoning, cayenne pepper, black pepper, and salt on mine. Only took about 40-..."
Apr 8, 2012 on Food.com
"Yummm! I never really liked pot roast growing up because when I've had it, the meat was too stringy and chewy and the vegetables always seemed mushy and too savory.
The first thing my husband said was "It's so soft!" This roast was so moist and tender and my vegetables turned out surprisingly sweet and pleasant. I served this with ..."
Mar 23, 2012 on FoodNetwork.com
"Yummy and comforting. I replaced the small whole onions with mushrooms and used store-bought pastry puff. I lined my bowls with the dough as well as laying it on top because I love the extra crunch. The recipe makes a lot, too; I halved it, made 3 pies, and still had leftover filling
It has a long prep time so it's not something I'm going ..."
Mar 20, 2012 on FoodNetwork.com