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Reviewed shepherd's pie

Jan 28, 2014 on

Followed to a T (minus the chives since it's -50 degrees out and the store was out) and it was great! Will make again!

Reviewed Soft Pretzels

Nov 2, 2013 on

This was the first time I've made a homemade soft pretzel. They were great! A bit time consuming, but I made sure I followed the recipe 100%! I thought they were delicious and the dough made my house smell so good. Anyone know how I should store these after I make them? My husband and I can't eat all 12 at once and just after one day in a store tight...

Reviewed Pork Tenderloin with Seasoned Rub

Feb 9, 2013 in Food Network Community Toolbox on

After I made this recipe, my husband crowned me the queen of pork loin. That's how good this is!!! So moist and even the leftovers that are heated in the microwave remain just as flavorful and juicy! "

Reviewed Cheese and Chile-Stuffed Mushrooms

Jan 30, 2013 in Food Network Community Toolbox on

These were very good! I cooked the jalapeno in with the pablano pepper and included the seeds and it made it suuupppeerrr spicy which was great with the sour cream. If you don't like it that hot, then follow the recipe and put them on at the end. I also used fresh mini mozz balls and put them on the top - they melted perfectly on the mushroom!"

Reviewed Herb-Roasted Turkey Breast

Jan 30, 2013 in Food Network Community Toolbox on

Excellent :) "

Reviewed Ham and Vegetable Gratin

Jan 27, 2013 in Food Network Community Toolbox on

This recipe was great! I did sautee the onions a little more prior to adding everything else..because I too do not care for a raw onion taste. I also added salt and pepper to taste to the gratin mixture to prevent the "bland" that some others have stated. Plus added a little bit of cayenne. Other than that I followed the recipe exactly and am ve"

Reviewed Pork and Noodle Stir-Fry

Jan 14, 2013 in Food Network Community Toolbox on

This recipe is great IF you add soy sauce at the end. Wait until all the liquid from the chicken broth/cornstarch mixture is thick in the pan and then add the soy - I didn't really measure but I bet it was around 3 tbsp or so. Then continue to cook and the noodles will absorb the rest of the liquid and the soy! It was great!!!"

Reviewed Mexican Eggs With Chorizo and Beans

Jan 14, 2013 in Food Network Community Toolbox on

YUMM! I've actually already made these twice. I just wrapped them in a wheat flour tortilla to make breakfast burritos instead of using the crushed up chips. So flavorful!"

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