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"Am making this right now, pan needs to be changed from saute to a stock pot for all the ingredients to fit and braise properly. House smells delicious even during the prep phase.
Cannot wait to taste, will rate after dinner. Since I have to give stars to post, will start with four and see what happens."
"After reading many recipes, I decided on Ina's with the following modifications based on our preferences: no pancetta or bacon was used. I sauteed/sweated the aromatics in 3 tablespoons chili olive oil, used fresh chopped spinach in place of kale, used 3 -15 ounce cans of white beans (rinsed and drained) I-15 ounce can white beans (rinsed, drained"
"Great recipe, big bold flavors, delivered what she said it would. Gotta love Anne! "
Reviewed Cinnamon Chip Applesauce Coffee Cake
"Hi, just made this cake for a group event. Upped the applesauce to 1 cup, used half light brown and white sugars, added cinnamon, baked in a Bundt pan for 50 minutes at 350 degrees. Rave reviews, none left, perfect w/coffee, tea or milk. Enjoy!"
Reviewed Paradise Macaroons
"Just made 72 macaroons, doubled the recipe, used half unsweetened/half sweetened coconut, and put the chocolate on the bottom and the one side, yum o.
Thanks Alton! PS: used a Danish flour whisk to mix the coconut mixture, it was a breeze! (also, my fave unelectric kitchen tool!)""
Reviewed Cheesy Shrimp-and-Grits Casserole
"Great recipe, doubled and tweaked a bit. Using the drained juice from the Rotel (I use 2 cans, one plain, one w/jalepenos) as part of the grit liquid bolstered the flavor. I also increased the garlic to 3 cloves, 2 pounds of shrimp, low fat cheeses in place of the high fat stuff. the cheeses I use are very sharp cheddar and a pepper or Monterey Jac..."
Reviewed Candied Ginger
"best crystalized ginger recipe out there, easy to do, house smells delicious and keeps for weeks. Am lucky to live near a terrific farmers market for fresh ginger at 1.19/pound! Thanks Alton Brown for another great recipe. ""