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Reviewed Sausage Cornbread Stuffing
"I grew up thinking that nobody's stuffing could compete with my mom's stuffing, but man oh man, after having this one, I'll never think about another stuffing again. Dare I say, my mom's paled in comparison. The only thing I did differently was up the amount of herbs by using parsley, thyme, sage, and rosemary, but all that did was make it better."
"This was oh-my-god good. I actually had a couple of built-in shortcuts that cut way down on time. I had some frozen onion which had a high water content and so the onions softened much more quickly (but no harm overall) and I used a can of fire roasted tomatoes so I could skip the whole step of cooking down fresh tomatoes. It didn't miss a thing- "
"On flavor, I would give this recipe ten stars, but I took a star away for two recipe flaws. First, maybe the French bread in the south is considerably larger than in the north but I have made this twice and always needed 2 loaves of French bread to fit a 9x13. One loaf only gave me a single measly layer. Second, I can't say I'm surprised because i"
Reviewed Cornmeal Waffles with Spicy Chili
"The cornmeal waffles didn't have any corn taste whatsoever. I made my own chili recipe so I can't comment on that, but the waffles ended up just being a weird addition because they didn't contribute any flavor to the dish. Instead they just made it really heavy by soaking up all the chili liquid. I think next time we'll repeat this concept with a ""
Reviewed Cornbread Panzanella Salad
"I have to admit that I am a cornbread fanatic, but this salad was AMAZING. The way the lemon juice meets the cornbread was surprising and fresh, and the vegetables and cheese complemented it perfectly. Then you got a surprising punch from the basil. I will be making this often. I am salivating just thinking about it! "
Reviewed The Ultimate Fish Tacos
"Tyler does it again! So delicious. I'd be mindful of the 375 temp on the oil...mine got VERY brown very fast...I'd say even 350-360 would be good. Otherwise, everything was awesome!!"
"Amazing! This is the ideal recipe for any man in your life who is obsessed with peanut butter cups. The chocolate batter was so good, all I could think about was how I could stop there and just eat it plain! I thought 25 minutes seemed really high for cook time so I set my timer for 17, planning on doing increments after that. Thankfully I did that because they were done at 17 mins, which might be why some of the other reviewers had cupcakes that came out dry. All in all, really easy to make, and not a terrible mess to clean up. Thanks, Ina! "
"I feel like I have searched everywhere for a good coleslaw recipe that wasn't swimming in mayonnaise or plain and bland. I am officially calling off the search! This dressing was creamy but not heavy- it was tangy, a tiny bit spicy, and still savory. Plus the addition of the apples, red onion, and pecans to the coleslaw mix really made the dressing pop! Tyler knocked it out of the park with this one!!