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Replied to Sheboygan Baked Beans Recipe : Sandra Lee : Food Network

Jun 5, 2014 on FoodNetwork.com

I respect your opinion on this; however, if you are looking for 'healthy' recipes, then you should find a website that provides that... Furthermore, you should not be commenting on a recipe unless you've actually made it. All your opinions are merely assumptions.

Reviewed Chicken Stock

Feb 1, 2012 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

I agree with most of this except the amount of water (I would use one gallon and add hot water as needed), a good amount of saffron but no thyme, bay leaf or garlic, but I do add at the very least, 4 parsnips. I do not peel the carrots or parsnips rather wash and brush them clean. I use the brown skin cooking onions, cut off the stems and wash th...

Reviewed Old Fashioned Glazed Ham

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

I am usually impressed with the recipes but not with their antics. They always conduct themselves as though they are at home with no one watching. But they aren't. The Food Network station is watched by millions! There is a definite lack of professionalism in their conduct and verbiage. Clean it up!!!! I don't mind an occasional "Y'all" but it see"

Reviewed Old Fashioned Glazed Ham

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

I am usually impressed with the recipes but not with their antics. They always conduct themselves as though they are at home with no one watching. But they aren't. The Food Network station is watched by millions! There is a definite lack of professionalism in their conduct and verbiage. Clean it up!!!! I don't mind an occasional "Y'all" but it see"

Reviewed Old Fashioned Glazed Ham

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

I am usually impressed with the recipes but not with their antics. They always conduct themselves as though they are at home with no one watching. But they aren't. The Food Network station is watched by millions! There is a definite lack of professionalism in their conduct and verbiage. Clean it up!!!! I don't mind an occasional "Y'all" but it see"

Reviewed Hungarian Hot Sausage and Lentil Stoup

Dec 10, 2010 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

I haven't made this yet but I most certainly will... My only question is why is she calling it "Hungarian" yet uses Italian sausage? I will make it according to her recipe but I will also make it with some smoked Hungarian "csabai".... only because I know that I've seen lentil soup recipes with smoked meats: Italian, Spanish and Portuguese....

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