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Bishop, California

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Reviewed southern fried chicken

Aug 10, 2014 on

DO NOT OVER SEASON! It is a seasoning, not a rub. There will be plenty left over for later use. This is the best fried chicken I have ever had. I have tried many fried chicken recipes from food network including Alton Brown's. They were over complicated and tasted just OK. I started buying fried chicken from the deli in my super market, yuk....

Reviewed Spicy Pop Pulled Pork

Jan 19, 2013 in Food Network Community Toolbox on

For years I have cooked my pulled pork in the crock pot with great success, but after trying this recipe, never again. This was the most tender pork ever. I did use 1 full chipotle pepper with the sauce. I served with homemade biscuits and slaw. Very, very tastie! My only complaint would be that I like to use leftover pulled pork for many othe"

Reviewed Jalapeno Cornbread

Aug 11, 2012 in Food Network Community Toolbox on

Very easy recipe with great results. I think the buttermilk is the secret to this cornbread. Came out PERFECT! Moist, fluffy, raised up real nice, and no burnt edges. Next time I will try it with a little grated cheddar mixed in. I highly recommend this recipe for the beginner or seasoned chef."

Reviewed Almost-Famous Animal-Style Burgers

Jul 17, 2012 in Food Network Community Toolbox on

I visit "In n Out Burger" everytime I'm in the city. I usually get the Double Double animal style. This tastes exactly like the ones I purchase. Amazing, fun, but not really healthy to eat often. Nice to know how they do it. I will us this when the guys come over for the races or games. "

Reviewed Black Bean Soup

Dec 1, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on

VERY EASY! VERY QUICK! VERY DELICIOUS! It was a very cold day and I really was looking for a chili or stoup, but I did not have the time. I stumbled on this and made it in less than an hour after work. It was so easy that I was wondering if it would really taste good. It was great! This is a must try. ""

Reviewed Alton Brown's Buffalo Wings

Nov 13, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on

The BEST wing recipe! Ever since I made these the first time, I've had these wings weekly for NASCAR and NFL. No greasy, frying mess; and they come out crispy too! After they cook you can add any kind of sauce you please. I prefer HOT, but I also like sweet & sour and BBQ. I am sure you could do asian, peach, teryaki, etc. These are a hit a...

Reviewed Buffalo Wings

Oct 10, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on

Finally, "GREAT WINGS AT HOME"! I have been looking for years for a GREAT wing recipe, and it was right under my nose. I have made this twice now, and 3 times as I type. After the first time I did not use garlic in sauce. I am a garlic lover and will put it in just about anything, but it just took away from that cayenne pepper/vineger flavor ...

Reviewed Tangy Barbecue Chicken

Jun 26, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on

I've never had a bbq chicken with such a great, tangy, taste. I had to have a side of sauce to dip chicken in. The chicken was very moist and easy to prepare. Served with cowboy beans, salad, grilled corn on the cob. Ummm...good summer cookout recipe. "

Reviewed Gumbo

Mar 22, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on

Superb! Exceptional flavor! I used cajun style andouille sausage, and served it over brown whole grain rice with fresh french rolls. It was seasoned very well and I did not have to add any additional seasonings. Better on the 2nd night. This is a great recipe to try different seafoods and sausages. I would like to add some scallops, clams, etc....

Reviewed Hurry Up Chicken Pot Pie

Oct 17, 2010 in Food Network Community Toolbox on Food Network

Quick and easy comfort food. I did make a few changes though. I used 1 cup of frozen vegies (corn, carrots, peas, beans). I did not use a hard boiled egg. This made the recipe even easier. I used bisquick and it worked fine. I did leave it in the oven for about 53 minutes. So good and so easy!

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