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Reviewed Grilled Lamb Chops
"I would not recommend making the paste in food processor. It's such a small quantity so it dosen't work well. Instead, just mince the garlic, rosemary, and thyme together. Toss it into a bowl and add the cayenne, salt, and olive oil to make a paste."
Reviewed Siu Mai
"These were way too salty and I like my food well seasoned. I'm surprised that I'm the first reviewer to mention this? The second time I made these I used only 1/2 teaspoon salt and that was plenty for my taste. These are very tasty and juicy. Easy to make once you get into a groove. Thanks for sharing Chia!"
Reviewed Grandma Blair's Pecan Caramel Rolls
"These were very good! I did make a few changes though. I used 1 cup scalded whole milk instead of water. After the milk was scalded I added cold butter and let cool to 110-degrees. I also added 1 teaspoon vanilla to the dough. Based upon another review I doubled the caramel sauce and also doubled the pecans, chopped. For the filling I spread the d""
Reviewed Super Sloppy Joes
"This is absolutely the best sloppy joe recipe! I've scaled it up and made it for the youth groups at church...always a big hit. Only two changes I've made. I drain the ground beef and I add some minced garlic.""
"I'm not sure why the recipe calls for water and bouillon cubes. If you watch the episode, the chef uses chicken broth to poach the chicken and then uses the enriched poaching broth for the recipe. Also, note that the recipe makes 12 servings. I cut the recipe in half and served it with white rice and biscuits on the side. I like to savor my biscui""
Reviewed Shepherd's Pie
"Shepherds don't have cows, pigs, or turkeys...the have sheep, thus the name. If you're making this with hamburger, then it's hamburger pie not Shepherds Pie. I would also suggest buying U.S. domestic lamb, New Zealand and Australia lamb tends to be gamier and tougher. I've made stews with wine and with beer. I tend to agree with other reviewers wh""
Reviewed Beef and Butternut Squash Stew
"I used my own beef stew recipe which is very simular. Like other reviewers I used carrots, red potatoes and peas. I've never used squash so was excited to try. I added the squash 1/2 hour before stew was done as recommended by others. The squash was perfectly done and added a lot to the taste of the stew. I always add the peas right before serving""
Reviewed Herb Spaetzle
"Turned out great. I added a little freshly grated nutmeg as suggested by another review. Although I think the herbs would be great, I didn't have any on hand. For a more authentic German version, after I drained the Spaetzle, I lightly fried them in butter. Served the Spaetzle with Beef Stroganoff...yummy!""