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Reviewed French Coconut Pie
"This is an amazing recipe and inexpensive to make if you make your own pie crust.
I made 2 pies for a get together and got rave reviews with the following changes:
1. Added a large package of coconut flakes (guessing 3 cups)
2. Replaced half n half for the milk (the French would do this :)
3. Added a tsp. of vanilla.
Next time I will add cho"
Reviewed Wacky Cake
"This is an outstanding cake with the following adjustments:
I double the cake ingredients to make a 13x9 cake.
I replace water with very strong coffee
I used melted coconut oil
I used 5 HEAPING tablespoons of cocoa.
Don't be afraid to stir, it won't effect the cake
Then I made a peanut butter frosting by mixing the following together:
Reviewed Crispy Garlic-Sage Potatoes
"This is a fantastic recipe. I used rosemary instead of sage and sprinkled garlic powder and salt instead of mashed garlic. ""
Reviewed Mango Coconut Rice
"I made this recipe twice. The first try I was a little disappointed because I couldn't taste any coconut flavor. The next try I decided to replace coconut milk with coconut cream. What a difference! I was making it for a crowd and was doubling the recipe. I added one whole can of coconut cream and 1 can of water. I also added a handful of cilantro""
Reviewed Maple Baked Beans
"These beans are incredible! I've never had baked beans so tasty in my life! I used great northerns and after cooking the beans, added all ingredients to my crockpot and cooked for about 7 hours. I like my beans sweet and these satisfied my sweet tooth. I also made cornbread and a salad to top off a wonderful meal.""
Reviewed Maple Baked Beans
"These beans are incredible! I put them in my crockpot for about 7 hours. I like my beans sweet and these satisfied my sweet tooth. I made cornbread and a salad to top off a wonderful meal.""
Reviewed Chicken and Dumplings
"My husband says the best chicken and dumplings he's ever tasted and I agree! The chicken broth alone was outstanding and not too salty for our tastes. The only thing I changed was that I added a couple of tablespoons of cornstarch to thicken the sauce more and added an extra 5 minutes time softening the carrots and celery. The dumplings were spot""
Reviewed Creole Shrimp and Lobster Bisque
"I fixed this as the "soup" part of our 3 course anniversary dinner. It was fantastic! I boiled the shrimp shells in the chicken broth as I was steaming the shrimp and lobster. I also added a little corn starch because I like my bisque on the thick side. It just got better and better with age. The third (and last) day we had it, the flavors were m""
I'm a Westonaprice.org advocate and love cooking everything from scratch. I use natural fats such as coconut, lard, and butter in all my recipes. I hate canned soups loaded with MSG and boxed cakes. I enjoy entertaining friends with luscious unforgettable meals and treat them like kings and queens with a wonderful wine.
Emeril's crab cakes, fresh crab with warm butter, my step-Dad's seafood crepes, anything with a rich dark chocolate flavor. Asian and mexican foods, a good pot roast with carrots and potatoes, wild caught fish, shrimp, a cream based pasta.