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"We made the meatloaf according to the recipe. It was much too loose. We will not make this recipe again.
We even removed the formed raw loaf from the pan and baked it directly on a wire rack in a rimmed baking sheet. The rack was covered with perforated aluminum foil.
The additional exposure of the meat to the dry heat should have extracted mo"
Reviewed Burrito Bowl
"UPDATE: We made the recipe using a 5 Quart slow cooker for our 3 Lb boneless pork shoulder.
This time we strained and discarded the vegetables from the cooking liquid, let the liquid cool, and then chilled it overnight in the refrigerator. In the morning we removed the hardened fat on the surface.
We then simmered the gel-like liquid until"
Reviewed French Onion Soup
"The onions are to carmalize using "medium-LOW heat" per the recipe. It says to crank up the fire to "medium" only after the onions have carmelized and adding the flour.
The recipe says to cover and cook a long period to carmelize the onions. I couldn't help myself; I felt the need to use a flat bottomed wooden spoon to stir the onions occass"
Reviewed Braised Country-Style Pork Ribs
"First of all, I would like to say that we don't miss a single 10 Dollar Dinner show. She is a great host.
I have a question about the polenta. Melissa said on the show and it says in this recipe that corn grits may be substituted for coarse polenta. I thought that grits were made from hominy corn (corn soaked in lye to soften the husk and wh""
"The folks that thought that the chicken was a little underdone and that thighs lacked spiciness probably followed the recipe on the website which said to
1. pat the chicken dry,
2. place directly on a sheet pan, and
3. bake for 30-35 minutes.
In the episode, Claire
1. left the spicy yogurt marinade on the chicken,
2. placed the thighs""
Reviewed Couscous Cakes
"We would rate these cakes higher, but they fell apart before getting them into the pan.
Next time we will use the great advice given by HPMSU and we will use chicken broth or other flavored liquid to increase the flavor.
Reviewed Claypot Fish and Potatoes
"I agree with freakmeout's comment about the loudness of the music. I like the music, maybe even buy the tunes, but background music should not compete with the spoken words of the hostess.
I think that music should only be used when the hostess is not speaking.
Reviewed Tiny Hamburgers with Onion Relish
"I notice that the recipe has not been amended.
32 ounces of meat divided by 16 burgers would make each patty 2 ounces.
We now make our slider patties with 1.5 oz of meat. We found that 2 oz patties were too much like a full size burger. 1 oz was hard to keep in one piece for us, but they would be more slider like.
Would any foodnetwork "