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Reviewed Chicken in Mustard
"This is really fabulous! It's one of my top favs from Food Network, for sure. It is rich, flavorful, and filling. I am 100% glad I opted to add the full amount of mustard. Yes, the final product has a distinct mustard flavor, but in no way is it too much. I would have been disappointed, I think, if I'd reduced it. My family raved about this, and "
Dec 20, 2012 on FoodNetwork.com
Reviewed Chocolate-Chocolate Veggie Pancakes
"These are fabulous! Hooray for this recipe! I like healthified versions of stuff, even when they taste healthy and have that whole-grain texture. However, this is not like that at all. Even subbing in whole wheat flour for the all purpose, these pancakes taste like true-blue, dessert for breakfast, chocolate pancakes. No one believes me at first t"
Dec 7, 2012 on FoodNetwork.com
Reviewed Loco Moco
"Delicious! This was a surprising hit. I didn't expect it to be as flavorful or as filling as it was. This has gone into regular rotation. I prefer to make it with smaller patties, but to each their own, of course. Like most of Guy's recipes I've tried, this is perfection. "
Nov 27, 2012 on FoodNetwork.com
Reviewed Tender Roast Loin Of Pork
"This is such a good idea. It produces the most tender, juicy pork roast. There's no way I would have come up with this idea without this recipe, and I think it's a very versatile jumping off point. I loved the rosemary with the pork. I took other reviewers' advice and popped in half a sliced onion, a couple crushed cloves of garlic, and chicken bro..."
Jan 11, 2012 on Food.com