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Joined Date: Oct 29, 2010
Reviewed Creme Brulee
"AMAZING !!! If you follow the directions, temper the eggs properly, allow it to sit 15 min, and DO NOT over cook it turns out great. They will seem "jello" like after 40-45 min and so many people take that as a sign that they are not done. THEY ARE. Take them out and they will firm up in the chill chest. Have made many times and now guests beg us "
Reviewed Peanut Brittle
"As usual Alton hit a homerun. While the directions may not be the best, if you use a thermometer and stop it at roughly 345 degrees it is tough to mess up. When spreading out, he is not joking about working quickly, the sugar sets VERY quickly (realistically, after stirring in peanuts, you probably have about 15 seconds to spread around b4 it becomes too terribly difficult). I love the addition of the Cayenne pepper, you notice a lingering bite after eating but taste the cinnamon. LOVE IT...all those who say it didnt work most likely did not use a thermometer, meaning they probably took the sugar off the heat TOO EARLY... it takes some time to get up to that temperature. enjoy, thanks Alton