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"These were surprisingly good being that they were in the oven. Always thought I would have to grill them to make a good rib. I made some additions to the spice rub: chipotle powder, ground mustard, onion powder, garlic powder. I cooked at 300 for about 3 hours and came out moist, but not fatty. The fat had rendered and carmelized. I also added lig"
Reviewed Uncle Jeff's Tater Salad
"This was a good basic potato salad to build onto. I cut mayo in half and added homemade italian dijon dressing so cut mustard out as well. I added dill relish, roasted sweet peppers (from the grill previous night, and 1 hard boiled egg. Easy recipe to build upon. I would use again but cut potatoes smaller this time as that's my preference. "
Reviewed Chicken Salad Veronique
"I made this recipe using leftover boiled chicken from Ina's chicken broth recipe. The salad came out nice and the tarragon and white grapes were a nice, refreshing change from standard chicken salad recipes. I served mine as a sandwich and added baby arugula. I am looking forward to having an arugula and chicken salad with the leftovers for lunch.""
Reviewed Scalloped Tomatoes
"This was a nice side that could also serve as a lovely appetizer. The sugar and salt were definitely a nice touch to brighten up the taste of the tomatoes. I added feta as I had some on hand and felt it would be a nice addition. It really added a nice touch. I would probably add more basil next time as I love the herb and felt there could have bee""
Reviewed Peanut Butter Parfaits
"I made some modifications to alter the dessert into a lighter version. I used sugar free fat free chocolate pudding. For the peanut mixture, I omitted the whipcream and added milk as a substitute. The mixture still came out creamy but was a bit salty from the peanut butter. Perhaps if I used the whipped cream, it would have cut down on the salt fl""