Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Fantastical Feature: Food Network Magazine #3

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As part of my spring cleaning, I gathered up all my Food Network magazines and put them on one of our bookshelves with sticky note tabs placed on pages of recipes I want to make. Then I finally got around to making some of them over the last couple of months, so here are SOME of those that I highly recommend. I can't be completely positive, but I think that Food Network posts their magazine recipes online.

From The Light Issue, January/February 2012.
Penne with Turkey Ragu, p. 72.
This one was my first recipe with leeks. I have to say I really liked the texture and overall flavor of the dish. It was simple, but delicious.


Baked Buffalo Wings (with Blue Cheese-Yogurt Dip that I didn't make), p. 104.
I'm not a fan of blue cheese and that's why I didn't make the dip to go with these wings. I think they were made spicy purposefully because of the dip and so these were a little too much heat for the kids and me. I do think that for those who like blue cheese, it is a recipe to test out!


From The Chocolate Issue, March 2012.
Cocoa-Rubbed Steak (with Bacon-Whiskey Gravy that I didn't make), p. 106.
My first time using chocolate in a savory dish and I loved it!


From Let's Grill, June 2012.
Kids'-Menu Burger, p. 92.
After seeing this burger in the grill edition, my kids were excited about me making it. I loved the French fries on top of the burger itself.


Grilled Pork Tenderloin with Corn on the Cob, p. 148.
This was a grilled seasoned pork tenderloin with a yummy sauce over the top. I didn't think I would like it as much as I did, but wow! The flavors all worked together perfectly.

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