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Recipe Reviews 5 reviews
Oklahoma Brisket
This brisket came out tender and soft--I didn't grill it just reduced the temp to 275 after it cooked for about 2 hours on 350. The barbeque sauce was tangy/sweet but I think I'll use a little less apple cider. Overall I was pleased since this was my first brisket and I will definitely make again.

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Reviewed On: Oct. 26, 2011
Buffalo Chicken Dip
This dip is roommate loved it so I knew I had a winnner to bring to the superbowl party I'm attending. I will say using straight blue cheese may be better than using blue cheese dressing (I didn't use ranch, I preferred blue cheese). Overall a great recipe, not sure if you need two 8 ounces of cream cheese seems excessive but tasty nonethheless.

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Reviewed On: Feb. 6, 2011
Breaded Parmesan Chicken
I made this recipe last night and although added garlic, a little bit of dry mustard, I still felt like it was missing something. Although I ran out of italian bread crumbs and used regular bread crumbs that I seasoned with italian seasoning, the chicken was juicy but still partially bland. Also, I recommend added lots of sauce as I just coated to the top of the chicken with sauce because I was eating this on a subroll without bread. Overrall, its a decent recipe and it is super easy. Also, butter does not do the job to get the breading to stay on, I used an egg (as you would in fried chicken) and that worked well.

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Reviewed On: Apr. 10, 2009

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