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"PLEASE DO YOURSELF A FAVOR and check the cheesecake after 30 mins if you follow this recipe's cooking instructions. I checked after 45 mins thinking I was playing it safe and it definetly appears overcooked. The crust smelled burnt too. I don't think it's bone dry or inedible but I am not in love with the finished product.
The batter seems o"
Reviewed Weekday Cassoulet
"Post Sandy and Pre-Nor'easter this seemed like a great recipe to try on this gray, chilly day. I made some adjustments for what I had on hand. I used dried lima beans (really wanted some of the larger butter beans), I also added half a diced red pepper (left over and needed to be used) fresh thyme (not enough dry on hand) and a whole wheat boul"
Reviewed Neely's Spicy Sweet Potato Chips
"I really enjoyed these chips! My husband said they tasted just like the kind you get in the store just fresher. I forget to put the fresh ground pepper in them!
My only slight deviation was in technique. I soaked the sweet potatoes in ice water for an hour. Tyler Florence's recipe for Sweet Potato Chips outlines this step and I recall re"
Reviewed Pulled Pork
"THIS REVIEW IS FOR THE PORK ONLY - NOT THE SAUCE
This has become my "go to" recipe for pulled pork. I have a NC style sauce I am very pleased with so thus far I've only made the pork. Initially, I cooked the pork for about 12 - 13 hrs. This last time 19 1/2 hrs. The meat normally falls apart but this was a whole new level.
I LOVE the sp"
Reviewed Pizza Dough
"This is our "house" pizza recipe. I used honey in place of sugar yesterday. Also, used equal parts bread and AP flour. Just didn't have enough bread flour. We tend to use all AP because we don't keep bread flour. I must say I think it makes a difference.
Cooked it in the oven on 450 on the absolute lowest rack and the crust was crisp on t"
Reviewed Dry-Rubbed Rib-Eye
"She has the same recipe in her book, "Cooking Like a Rock Star" the ratios are ever so different:
2 Tablespoons of Kosher Salt
2 Tablespoons packed light/dark brown sugar
1 Teaspoon crushed red pepper, ground
2 Teaspoons smoked paprika
1 Teaspoon garlic powder
2 Teaspoons freshly toasted and ground cumin
One of my family members declare"
"I modified this recipe slightly and used it as a guide for Rotini pasta and Meatballs. Not a fan of veal and didn't have rosemary. I added 1/4 tsp of crushed red pepper and a pinch of white pepper. I seasoned all the way through meaning, even with the salt in the meatballs, I also added a pinch of salt to the egg.
I sought to sear the meatba""
Reviewed Fried Polenta
"I used mainly the technique of this recipe more than the actual polenta recipe. I had left over polenta from dinner. My polenta was too wet and splattering badly soooo, I used an egg wash and dipped the polenta in flour. This sealed the polenta enough to fry. I used a cast-iron skillet and had no problems with sticking after dusting in flour.