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Jericarn

Brentwood, New York

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Reviewed Jamaican Coco Bread

May 2, 2014 in null on Food.com

This was great! Like a southern soft yeast rolls that you only find in the southern states but made with coconut milk instead of buttermilk and/or water. They tasted great but I need advise/suggestions on how to fold them and keep them folded. (My pictorial contribution are the ones that look like fortune cookies). Looked funny but taste was awes...

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May 2, 2014 on Food.com

Reviewed Jamaican Curry Chicken

May 2, 2014 in null on Food.com

This was great! However, I don';t like using "powdered" anything, I use fresh crushed garlic and chopped up real onions. I loved it and will make it again. you can make it spicy or not (bell bonnie too hot for me, dash of hot sauce or jalapeño or just heavy on the black pepper was good for me, children or any other that may be spice/he...

Reviewed Jamaican Coco Bread

May 2, 2014 in null on Food.com

This was great! Like a southern soft yeast rolls that you only find in the southern states but made with coconut milk instead of buttermilk and/or water. They tasted great but I need advise/sugeestions on how to fold them and keep them folded. (My pictorial contribution are the ones that look like fortune cookies). Looked funny but taste was awes...

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Reviewed Red Velvet Sandwich Cookies

Dec 27, 2012 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

A frequent holiday requested treat. (If I told them I made them year round and not just Christmas and Valentines Days, they'd never let me leave the kitchen). It's also fun to play with other food colorings than just red, but the green and lavender colors tricks the mind to expecting and rasberry or lime, respectively flavor. Great recipe."

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