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Reviewed Blue Corn Pancakes with Piloncillo Syrup and Passion Fruit Butter

Mar 22, 2014 in Recipes on Cooking Channel

OMG I only had ingredients to make the pancakes and syrup and I have to say, these were the best pancakes I have ever had! The recipe (vs the show) omitted toasting 1/3 of the blue corn meal and I think this was the key as to what made these so good. The syrup was very sweet (the only reason I gave this 4 vs 5 stars) so to cut that I added a das"

Reviewed Blue Corn Pancakes with Piloncillo Syrup and Passion Fruit Butter

Mar 22, 2014 in Recipes on Cooking Channel

OMG I only had ingredients to make the pancakes and syrup and I have to say, these were the best pancakes I have ever had! The recipe (vs the show) omitted toasting 1/3 of the blue corn meal and I think this was the key as to what made these so good. The syrup was very sweet (the only reason I gave this 4 vs 5 stars) so to cut that I added a das"

Reviewed Sun-dried Tomato and Peas on Endive Spears

Feb 12, 2012 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

The peas were just SO SWEET for this dish and the endive was pretty but that's about it. So in try #2, I ended up taking it a completely different direction, and changed it to an asian appetizer; instead of the olive oil sesame oil (and not near as much, just a couple of tsps), some sriracha, fresh ginger, green onions. Served with rice cracker...

Reviewed Yogurt-Fruit Muffins with Bran Crumb Topping

Sep 16, 2011 in Recipes on Cooking Channel

Nice and easy recipe! Doubled and used 1/2 peach greek yogurt and 1/2 plain as that's all I had; did enhance w/some cinnamon and ground cloves, added a little almond extract, used almonds instead of walnuts in the crumble; the hockey players in my house loved it for a quick and easy pick me up between team weekend ice practices! ""

Reviewed JKL Pesto Pork and Veggie Roast

Dec 28, 2010 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

WOW! I was not expecting this to come out as good as it did, and boy was I surprised! Followed recipe to a "t" with the exception of the roasting pan; I used a 6 qt dutch oven instead, placing the pork roast on top of the veggies, which increased the cooking time (I need to replace my roasting pan after using it on a camp bbq and basically burning...

Reviewed Anise and Pear Bubbly

Nov 22, 2010 in Food Network Community Toolbox on Food Network

Fixed this for our early Thanksgiving; I LOVED it and give it 5 stars, but the anise-adverse people in the family did not. Would be just fine without the anise, but the prosecco and Poire William pear brandy, which is not inexpensive, are an absolute must for the flavors those impart. Would like to try with a liqueur sometime just to see how it...

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