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Reviewed Old Fashioned Macintosh Toffee

2 days ago in on Food.com

Good toffee, but the directions could be improved. Recipe states to cook it to the hard ball stage (260 degrees), rather than for a specific amount of time, but then the note says to cook it for less time if you want softer toffee. I would probably only cook it to the soft ball stage next time. If you do like hard toffee, you should score it with...

Reviewed Spice Rubbed Beer Can Chicken

Jul 16, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

Love this recipe. You can use any homemade or store-bought dry rub with it. I would recommend ditching the beer can, though, and buying a beer can chicken stand instead. It's easier to balance the chicken, plus I worry about toxins from the beer can - beer cans have an epoxy liner that contains bisphenol-A, which is an ingredient that should not b"

Reviewed Spice Rubbed Beer Can Chicken

Jul 16, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

Love this recipe. You can use any homemade or store-bought dry rub with it. I would recommend ditching the beer can, though, and buying a beer can chicken stand instead. It's easier to balance the chicken, plus I worry about toxins from the beer can - beer cans have an epoxy liner that contains bisphenol-A, which is an ingredient that should not b"

Reviewed Spice Rubbed Beer Can Chicken

Jul 16, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

Love this recipe. You can use any homemade or store-bought dry rub with it. I would recommend ditching the beer can, though, and buying a beer can chicken stand instead. It's easier to balance the chicken, plus I worry about toxins from the beer can - beer cans have an epoxy liner that contains bisphenol-A, which is an ingredient that should not b"

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