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Reviewed Bacon-Clam Dip
"I like my own recipe better - I don't measure, just add ingredients to taste.
Equal parts sour cream and room-temp cream cheese
3 cans clams, drained but keep liquid
Red onion, minced
Salt optional - remember the Worchestershire sauce contains salt
Liquid from the clams - add a little at a time until the dip has the "
Reviewed Buttermilk Cheddar Biscuits
"These are great! To avoid the "too salty" complaints, be sure to use kosher salt instead of table salt, and unsalted butter instead of salted. "
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Reviewed Sticky Wings
"This is a great base recipe! So delicious and very versatile depending on your taste and what you have on hand.
Didn't have enough honey, so added brown sugar; also lemongrass paste, a little cilantro paste, and a wee bit of 5-spice powder. Upped the chili sauce (Sriracha) as we like spicy. Only had thighs - threw them in the oven for 15 m"
Reviewed Banana Bread with Pecans
"Very good! And if you want this to make two loaves, just whip all four bananas with the sugar at the beginning and continue with the recipe, then bake for about 1 hour. I used my food processor on pulse to quickly combine ingredients and the loaves came out great. "
Reviewed Pops' Singapore Noodles
"Delicious! Re the comments about this being dry, that's the only way I've ever had it served at Chinese restaurants. It's not a "saucy" dish although you can add liquid if you prefer.""