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Replied to chipped beef on toast

6 days ago on FoodNetwork.com

Nope, 12 C. is correct. 10-12 servings that require 1 C cream sauce per serving means you need 10-12 C of heavy cream.

Replied to chipped beef on toast

6 days ago on FoodNetwork.com

No 12 is correct. Each serving requires 1 C of the cream sauce and this recipe makes 10-12 servings, so 12 Cups of heavy cream would be correct (or 10-12 C of heavy cream) for the amount of servings this recipe makes. If you don't need 10-12 servings then of course you can adjust recipe accordingly for your needs which would also save you money. Btw,...

Replied to Chipped Beef on Toast Recipe : Food Network

6 days ago on FoodNetwork.com

No 12 is correct. Each serving requires 1 C of the cream sauce and this recipe makes 10-12 servings, so 12 Cups of heavy cream would be correct (or 10-12 C of heavy cream) for the amount of servings this recipe makes. If you don't need 10-12 servings then of course you can adjust recipe accordingly for your needs.

Replied to chipped beef on toast

6 days ago on FoodNetwork.com

Yes you are most certainly correct! The other people must not have fully read the recipe to see the numbers of servings this recipe yields nor the serving size per serving. 12 ounces nor 2 C as mentioned by other posters would not be enough sauce to serve for 10-12 people. 1 C heavy cream needed per serving so 10-12 C of heavy cream would be needed...

Reviewed Cuban-Style Pork Roast

Jan 8, 2015 in Recipes on Cooking Channel

In the show the fat layer is NOT cut off completely. It's cut back only so far and then the spice rub is rubbed into the meat and the fat layer is then flipped back into place before rubbing it with the spice rub. "

Reviewed Basil Garlic Bread

Jan 8, 2015 in Recipes on Cooking Channel

I'd love the recipe for the bread itself. Though the Doc did say that the recipe was called Perfect White Bread in the book he got it from. So the search begins! "

Replied to chicken and dumplings

Jan 3, 2015 on FoodNetwork.com

Who wouldn't have the sense to NOT add a full cup of salt to ANYTHING? You apparently. I think common sense would tell most people that you don't add that much salt. And if you read the ingredient list and instructions, it clearly states to only add 1 tsp. of the House Seasoning (of which the recipe to make followed).

Reviewed Roasted Baby Potatoes with Herbs

Sep 22, 2013 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

These were SO good! I did make two changes though. My baby potatoes were a bit on the larger side so I cut them into wedges. Which I loved because that just meant more crispy edges. And instead of using raw garlic I roasted a full head of garlic and then when that was done I mashed it up with a bit of EVOO and mixed it in with the potatoes, EV"

Reviewed Cinnamon Baked French Toast

Aug 21, 2012 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

I may never eat traditional french toast again. This was AMAZING! The only thing I did differently was to add a 1/2 tsp. cinnamon to the liquid ingredients that you pour over the bread 'cause that's how I make my french toast. I also topped with some chopped up fresh white peaches rather than berries. This would be even more amazing topped wit"

Reviewed No-Bake Cream Cheese Peanut Butter Pie with Chocolate Whipped Cream

Jul 4, 2012 in Recipes on Cooking Channel

This is only getting 4 stars because of the chocolate whipped cream. It simply would not come together for me at all. I tried it twice with the same result. It was completely chilled, my equipment was chilled as well, and the mixture stayed liquid and simply refused to thicken. I don't know what the deal was as I have never had an issue gettin"

Reviewed Grilled Eggplant Dip

Mar 22, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

The pita chips were not baked, though she said you could do so, on the show she actually fried them for a couple of minutes then seasoned them with salt, garlic and a sprinkle of parsley and that was it. "

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