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Reviewed Indian Fudge

Feb 7, 2014 in Recipes on Cooking Channel

If you try to write the recipe from watching it on TV, you'll notice that Bal says she's adding one can condensed milk...I replayed it over and over, trying to find how the dish was sweetened. Then I realized that she probably was using SWEETENED condensed milk...sure enough, once I found the recipe online, I found that is was the sweeten"

Reviewed Holiday Bacon Appetizers

Nov 7, 2013 on FoodNetwork.com

Most anything wrapped in bacon is wonderful! However, having recently undergone triple-bypass surgery, I'm a bit more aware of downside of bacon fat...still love it, but need to use it sparingly.

I would think that if the bacon was precooked a bit so that some of the fat had dripped away (rather than being soaked up in the cracker),...

Reviewed Smoky Corn On the Cob

May 21, 2013 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

My husband's military Advanced Course class had this dish as the ONLY dish at their "graduation" party! At our young age, we had more children than money, and everyone's chipping in only paid for fresh corn from a local farmer, a couple kegs of beer, iced tea, sticks of butter, and napkins! That was over forty years ago, and I still remember it "

Favorited Warm Shredded Lamb Salad with Mint and Pomegranate

Apr 17, 2013 in Recipes on Cooking Channel

Saved Recipe P. F. Chang's Mongolian Beef by Tish

Mar 5, 2013 on Food.com

Favorited Puff Pastry Pinwheels Filled with Sun-Dried Tomatoes and Pesto

Nov 7, 2012 in Recipes on Cooking Channel

Favorited Puff Pastry Pinwheels Filled with Sun-Dried Tomatoes and Pesto

Nov 7, 2012 in Recipes on Cooking Channel

Reviewed Creamed Corn Cornbread

Apr 15, 2012 in Recipes on Cooking Channel

Thisis a good basic cornmeal recipe that you can dress up or down. There's no flour to soften the batter, so it's a hearty cornbread. I omit the sugar, replace the canola with bacon fat, and add diced fresh jalapeno...maybe even some shredded cheese. This is probably a Texas variation on Alton's basic cornbread. Thanks, Alton. This is a keeper!"

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