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Recipe Reviews 7 reviews
Restaurant-Style Prime Rib Roast
Worked great. Followed some other reviews with small changes. Added a little cayenne to the rub. Will need more next time. As one mentioned, I had a little left over, but not a great deal. Cooked a 9.5lb rib at 425F for about 20 minutes to start/crisp it up which worked great then dropped to 350F. It appeared to be getting close to 120 within about 2hrs, so I dropped the temp to 325F to time up with the rest of the meal. I also added 2c of water to the pan, as the rib was sitting on a rack. I had dry aged the rib for about 2.5 days, so was worried about juices, but cutting into the rib after 45min rest, the juices started coming out. Gravy or jus was not needed as the meat was plenty tender and juicy. But still managed to make some gravy from the tidbits in the bottom of the pan with some beef stock and flour.

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Dec. 25, 2014
Famous Meatballs
What a hit. I used a whole Green pepper, two small cans of pineapple chunks and one small of crushed (opened by accident, lol). Next time I plan to try fresh pineapple. I mixed some frozen Italian style and traditional meatballs in the slow cooker, about 4lbs worth. Note it takes a long time to cook from frozen, so allow an extra 30-60min if cooking them from frozen.

2 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Aug. 5, 2014
Touchdown Pizza
Tasty and spicy. I modified the pizza "sauce" to Chef Johns Buffalo sauce, then added two TBS of corn starch to thicken (let sit for a couple hours to gel up nicely). I used canned chicken and let that soak in hot sauce for about an hour, and also added diced red onions to the toppings. I baked the store pizza crust alone for about half the time so the sauce would not make the crust mushy. After cooking in the oven, I always broil my pizza for a minute or two to fully brown the cheese on top a little. This was a crowd-pleaser for my family that enjoys the spicier foods. Looking forward to trying with some BBq sauce instead of hot sauce for a lighter spice.

5 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Aug. 5, 2014

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