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Reviewed whiskey-glazed carrots
Jul 21, 2014 on FoodNetwork.com
“Has anyone noticed that the proportions of whiskey, sugar, and butter are not the same as on the episode? There she used 3 cups whiskey, 2 of sugar, and 2 sticks/1 cup butter. I do wish whoever is in charge of such things would make sure that what is shown on TV matches what is posted here (this is not the first time I have noticed this issue)”
Reviewed Almost-Famous Strawberry Lemonade
Jun 4, 2012 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com
“Though the basic concept is great, this has way too little water for the amount of sugar and lemon juice. I have made plain lemonade for years to great acclaim, and using the amounts here you should come out with a gallon (yes, a gallon) of cold lemonade, or perhaps a bit less if you like it stronger.
Of course, if you're using...”
Reviewed Chopped Iceberg Wedge
May 8, 2012 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com
“I've got news for whoever developed this recipe -- this is not a Wedge salad. A wedge salad is a wedge cut our of a head of iceberg lettuce dressed with dressing and garnishes. It is not made with chopped lettuce.
That said -- this is good, a sort of a cross between Thousand Island and Blue Cheese dressing with a lot of classic...”
Reviewed Chicken Francese
Apr 26, 2012 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com
“Really good! I did take the suggestions of another reviewer and cut the lemon juice in half and replace some of the chicken stock with wine (I did half wine half stock), deglazing the pan with the wine before adding the stock.
I love that it is made with nothing but things I always have on hand so it's something I can always...”
Reviewed Canned Orange Date Nut Bread
Nov 9, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com
“Here's a suggestion:
A reason breads might not come out is not being baked quite enough. They should be just starting to pull away from the sides of the "pan".
After greasing the cans, lIne them with parchment paper. Cut a circle for the bottom, then a strip for the side. You want the circle...”