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Replied to Super Sloppy Joes Recipe : Rachael Ray : Food Network

Mar 7, 2014 on

Try this instead:
1 lb. Ground Chuck
1 Walla Walla or Vidalia Onion, diced
Lawry���s Garlic Salt & Pepper to taste
1 tsp. cumin
1 tbsp. dark Chili Powder
1 Can Campbell���s Chicken Gumbo Soup
Brown ground chuck with diced onions and season with garlic salt, pepper, cumin and dark...

Reviewed Traditional Apple Pie

Oct 21, 2013 on

This turned out great for us. We cooked the filling first and let it cool before adding it to the pie crust and then baking it as a pie; hence it was not watery and we did not find 1/2 cup of flour to be excessive. The only variance we made from the original recipe was to add 2 teaspoons of lemon juice and a tablespoon of brandy to the filling. It...

Reviewed Flat Iron Steak with Red Wine Sauce

Apr 27, 2013 in Food Network Community Toolbox on

I have made this several times; it is not difficult and excellent tasting. Kudos to Giada for this one. My wife and I really enjoy this recipe."

Reviewed See's Fudge

Dec 11, 2012 in on

It's hard to say if this is really the recipe used by Sees Candies?, but I have used this recipe (reported as such) for more than 30 years; in my opinion it is the very best. Taking the time to melt the butter and marshmellows in a double boiler, as described, gives far superior results than the lazy combination of marshmellow cream found in oth...

Reviewed South Carolina-Style Mustard Barbecue Sauce

Jul 2, 2012 in Food Network Community Toolbox on

I cooked a whole chicken basted with this in a convection oven; it turned out terrific! (I used greek and lemon herb seasonings also.) My wife and I were both very pleased with the results. (4.5 Lb tented with foil, cooked at 250° for 1 Hr 35 min."

Reviewed Slow-Cooker Texas Chili

Oct 28, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on

Don't believe those who didn't follow the recipe; this one is excellent (don't forget to include the garnishes, they complete the flavor). Not all chili includes beans and some might even call this Chili Colorado, but however it may be classified, it is quite tasty. I thought it might be a little too spicy, but it was not; as I separated the meat...

Reviewed Chicago Italian Beef (Pot Roast Style

Oct 10, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on

Following the recipe for the roast exactly, it produced an excellent result. When it came time to build the sandwich, I used store bought Giardiniera (mild not hot) and roasted sweet red peppers (instead of green) in jars instead of making them from scratch. (Sometimes I use the Sandra Lee approach to cooking.) The sandwiches turned out fabulous!""

Reviewed Mac Daddy Mac n' Cheese

Aug 28, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on

I tried it tonight and it turned out excellent and it complimented our baked fish very well. It is not your typical plain old cheddar cheese macaroni; that little bit of fresh chopped thyme goes a long way in flavoring the dish, bringing it to a whole new level and producing a very unique taste. Absolutely delicious!""

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