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Crispy Rice with Broccoli, Bacon, Cashews and Egg is on the menu for #SymonDinners tonight! #StayHome #WithMe #WeCook

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44 Replies to “easy things to cook for dinner: Cook Along with Michael Symon | Crispy Rice with Broccoli, Bacon & Cashews | Daily Dinner Day 12”

  1. Another great recipe. I love that you are offering ideas that can be built on or used as is. After watching the other day I made beans and rice with kielbasa plus fried cabbage on the side. I agree, this staying at home stuff requires a whole new set of skills but we will be stronger and more creative when its over. Thanks for the help!!

  2. Thank you so much for doing these videos. They are so helpful, and I love Chef Symon's personality. All of this is calming and reassuring during this very difficult time.

  3. WARNING: Most 'Grocery Store Bacon Brands' are not guaranteed safe to eat without cooking. According to the USDA FSIS, unless the label says otherwise, pork bacon is considered to be raw. If the product is not labeled"fully cooked," it is not.

  4. I'll be honest. This is probably his best 'teacher' moment. He was calm, thorough,k wasn't doing the crazy excited presentation that Food TV often has their hosts do.
    he was natural, and very thorough explainations and warnings. Very nice

  5. I am loving this series. This is just reviving creativity in my cooking, with whatever ingredients I have at hand. I've always liked that you understand that some of our pantries aren't full of fancy ingredients, and our budgets aren't huge. Thanks for all the ideas and the good company. See you at 5:00.

  6. Asking ahead. I have some old dried/store bought beans (like a couple years old) in my cupboard. I'm guessing I'd like to do a slow soak. But, they should still be good….right?? I'll probably make refried beans (w/bacon grease), Or add them to left over chicken pilaf rice (w/some seasoning) to make a mex type rice. Trying to make leftovers night a little more fun. (We'll be doing something special with a good game plan of leftovers.)

  7. OMGOSH!!! Chef Simon is soooo neat. I’d eat in his restaurant any time. Seems that so many TV chefs don’t care as some one will come behind them to clean.

  8. Just a suggestion but turn your phone 90 degrees. You will end up with a screen filling video instead of the tall skinny videos you are currently doing. In other words turn you phone so it has the same orientation as your TV.

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