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MrsFaxon

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

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Reviewed oyster stuffing

Nov 17, 2014 on FoodNetwork.com

This has been a thanksgiving tradition at my house for as long as I can remember. Can't believe I finally saw this recipe on the food network! We always used half and half and didn't do the Parmesan, but this year maybe we will go even more decadent!

Reviewed skillet soda bread

Mar 17, 2014 on FoodNetwork.com

Very good. Ii made it in a pie plate because none of my skillets can go in the oven and it worked fine. I liked the lemon zest. Gave it a nice bright pop of flavor. Great with potato soup.

Reviewed Fruit Salad with Orange-Vanilla Syrup

Jul 10, 2013 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

Very refreshing. It makes a huge bowl of fruit salad, so I only made half the recipe. I have made it twice it one week it was so good."

Reviewed Chicken-Fried Steak With Cream

Apr 14, 2012 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

Good, but WAY too much salt in the gravy. All I could taste was salt! I'll make it again though, but with less salt."

Reviewed Kid's Candy Cookies

Apr 12, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

Salty and Sweet. My favorite combination. Follow the directions and let your mixer beat up the Pretzel M&M's a little. Or smash them up in a plastic bag with a rolling pin before you stir them in. They're too big to go in whole."

Reviewed Pecan Bars

Nov 15, 2010 in Food Network Community Toolbox on Food Network

You don't need to use a food processor. You could use a pastry blender to cut in the butter. It's usually got a wooden handle and has horseshoe shaped wires. Just rock it back and forth in the butter/flour/sugar mixture to cut the butter into tiny pieces. It'll take a lot more time, but it'll build muscles. If you don't have a pastry blender,...

Reviewed Pecan Bars

Nov 15, 2010 in Food Network Community Toolbox on Food Network

You don't need to use a food processor. You could use a pastry blender to cut in the butter. It's usually got a wooden handle and has horseshoe shaped wires. Just rock it back and forth to cut the butter into tiny pieces. If you don't have a pastry blender, you could use two forks and cut the butter using the tines.

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