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Recipe Reviews 18 reviews
Chef John's Sausage & Shrimp Jambalaya
This was one of the best new things I've made in a long time. Had to remind my husband not to eat any more lest he make himself sick. It was really good. Followed recipe exactly, but threw in a handful of ready-grilled chicken breast (just because it felt right) and only tomatoes I had--a can of stewed tomatoes. Perfect. Cooked in exactly 45 minutes as promised (I can't figure out the 2 hour experiences--ours was perfect, and I just used regular old brown rice). Thanks Chef John !!!

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Reviewed On: Sep. 17, 2014
Best Bean Salad
This was pretty good but waaaay too oily for us. I would cut the oil by at least 50% next time. Used splenda, which was fine, and didn't have kidney beans so used great northern already had.

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Reviewed On: Jun. 6, 2014
Easy Cabbage Roll Casserole
This recipe looked good when I read it--was looking for something a bit friendly to our low carb efforts, in casserole form. I submit recipes and don't like it when somebody makes a bunch of changes and then rates it, but let me be clear that I think this would have been a five-star keeper without my messing with it. However, let me share what I did: First, I used a bag of shredded cabbage coleslaw mix because I hate grating cabbage. One bag was perfect. Next, I did the same stuff I read in the other reviews: some Italian seasoning, sprinkle of cayenne. I used 1(15oz)can tomato sauce PLUS 1 can condensed tomato soup (healthy req), because we like that slight sweetness and depth of flavor in anything like stuffed peppers, etc. Here's the tricky part for those who lamented uncrispy bacon. I left it off while baking. Cut the bacon into small cubes and fried them crisp separately in a skillet. DRAINED well on paper towels while casserole baked. Baked in foil-covered casserole as stated, removed from oven when done, sprinkled with the smattering of crispy bacon pieces and a little shredded cheddar/colby-jack cheese. Back in oven for 5 minutes till melted cheese. IT. WAS. AWESOME. Probably the best recipe I've seen in a long time. Served with fresh broccoli steamed for 5 minutes (while cheese was melting)in a little chicken bouillon & 1tsp. butter; desert was the juiciest, fresh ripe pear you can imagine. What a great supper--thanks so much for giving us this great recipe !

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Reviewed On: Jun. 5, 2014
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