Every time that I talk to someone, I like to ask them which series is their favorite. Most people have agreed about two series which they have recommended to me, and those are: Sex Education and Breaking Bad. I've only watched two episodes of Sex Education, and today I watched one episode of Breaking Bad. Even though I know I should not judge them too quickly, both are really cool. However, I liked Breaking Bad's beginning more than Sex Education.
Here are a few options that sound natural:
"Every time I talk to someone..."
"Every time that I talk to someone..."
"Whenever I talk to someone..."
If you'd like explanations about when to use "agree with" or "agree about", you could visit Espresso English's page on this topic. I can't post a link, but you can Google "agree with about Espresso English"
The difference between "recommend to me" and "recommend me":
He recommended something to me = he thinks I will like that thing
He recommended me for the job = I am the "thing" that he recommended to someone