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"Holy Moly! This was the answer to all the pasta desires in my heart. I know this is a small observation, but the fresh parsley sprinkled on top at the end made an AMAZING flavor combination. The only thing different I did when making this was halving the crushed red pepper. My wife thought it was too hot (but shhhh! don't tell her... I thought it ..."
"This is exactly what I was looking for! My wife and I tried it last night and were very impressed. As other reviewers have said, we'll never buy taco seasoning again! The nice thing about this recipe too is the ability to adjust how hot it is, based on how much of the "hotter" spices you want to put in! Very nice. I didn't have the onion or the ga..."
"Who doesn't like bacon? My wife and I just tried this recipe and it was awesome. I think I cooked the asparagus too long (30 minutes or so on 400), but the tips turned really really crispy and tasted like bacon. Bizarre! Lovely. Thanks for this recipe!"
"Incredible marinade! This is exactly what I was looking for in a marinade. I've made it twice for my wife and I and both times it was excellent. Just enough zip and zing and now my mouth is watering like crazy again haha! Thank you for posting!"
"A local restaurant here in NJ has something called "Asiago Sauce" for their pasta and I've been obsessed with it for years. Thank God for Charmie777 and this recipe because it's almost EXACTLY the same thing. It was absolutely delicious! The only differences I added to it was that I used fettuchinie noodles and also added in italian sausage as wel..."
"What an amazing recipe! My fiance doesn't reallly like zucchini that much, but she loves cheese (heck, who DOESN'T?), so I figured I'd make this. I added garlic powder, like some of the other reviewers did. So good. I wish I had let it crisp a little longer under the broiler, but I was afraid that I'd crisp the cheese way too much. So I took it ou..."