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Birthday: Feb 09
Reviewed Brown Sugar-Spiced Grapefruit
"Tasty, especially if you don't like raw grapefruit! But definitely segment the fruit, if you don't you end up with tasty juice rather than tasty fruit."
"Easy to do. Needs another Tbsp of cocoa powder and I'd recommend using quick-cooking oats; we used traditional oatmeal and the oats are a bit more firm that I would expect. They're about half set so trying them in the refrigerator."
Reviewed Sweet and Spicy London Broil
"This was great! We used the rub on two top round "London Broil" bison cuts.
Substituted Emril's Creole seasoning as I'm out of chili powder and put the lime juice in the paste because I couldn't stand to waste it.
Massage it in to the meat on all surface and 6-7 minutes on each side. Yum! Make sure, when cutting, to do thin, diagonal cuts across"
Reviewed Apple Raisin Muffins
"Great and easy.
The butter isn't excessive, that's actually the amount called for in most cookie and muffin recipes. The sugar is a little bit and I bet this has more to do with your choice in apples than anything. I used 3 pink ladies (tart) and 1.5 cups of sugar was good. I did do half bakers and half brown sugar for that extra molasses flavor.""
Reviewed Slow Cooker Pepper Pork Chops
If you are at all sensitive to salt, ditch the 2 tbsp before browning completely. Pork is naturally salty and the brine does an excellent job of adding flavor and moisture.
I did go with the 1 tbsp pepper and we had no problems with heat/spice level. Maybe double check that your grinder is on course.
I have a variable cook pot rather tha""
"The taste is fantastic; but he's not kidding about the 11 hours! I recommend doing the chicken the day before if you can. And be prepared to eat, 8-10 servings is more like 12-16.
But the gumbo tastes great, got a nice kick and a lot of flavor. I would also only start with 1 tsp of cayenne and then taste, the andouille we use has a lot spice/heat""
Reviewed Moo-Less Chocolate Pie
"Fantastic pie. Nice and creamy. We don't like coffee and the second time we were making it was to a work gathering so the liquor part was questionable. Made the pie a total of 4x. Instead of the coffee liquor did the following: double the vanilla (too strong), no change to vanilla (ok), 1.5x the vanilla (best vanilla flavor), vanilla + same amount""
"Fantastic flavors. We made this dish with pork instead of beef and it came out tasty and tender. We halved the amount of cayenne called for but used the Serrano, next time we'll probably pull the Serrano during the braising stage to reduce the heat of the dish and provide cayenne or black pepper table side. Had this with a side of Aloo Gobi and na"