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Oct 10, 2013 in on Food.com
“This sounds like a great recipe, and I look forward to making it. When and where do you add the rice/broccoli mixture?"”
Mar 1, 2013 in on Food.com
“Incredible! I am very glad that I came across this. The best dressing I have ever had. My Husband and 4 year old daughter LOVED it also. Instead of the anchovy paste I had to use anchovies, so I threw everything in the blender and mixed it that way. I also found the equivalent of anchovies to anchovy paste just to be exact in flavor."”
Reviewed Crock Pot Sweet and Sour Pork
Feb 28, 2013 in on Food.com
I used pork tenderloin like one of the other reviewers, and used white wine vinegar instead of cider (I had not realized it was expired until I took it out to use it for this dish).
About an hour before adding the pineapple chunks and cornstarch mix is when I added the juice, I had none on hand in the morning so went out...”
Reviewed Pumpkin Muffins
Feb 26, 2013 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com
“These were delicious and moist. The changes I made were the following: adding a table spoon of poppy seeds and I may have, by accident, added a cup of milk with lemon juice (substituted for buttermilk). We thought they were plenty sweet and there was no need for the additional sugar others had suggested. "”
Reviewed Simple Beef Stock a La Julia Child
Feb 19, 2013 in on Food.com
“I am positive that Julia does brown the bones. I was recently watching an episode that she mentioned her beef stock.
I have recently looked this up as well, most recipes call for browning the vegetable and beef bones.
... I have not made this recipe, just thought you all should know."”
Feb 5, 2013 in on Food.com
“I followed the recipe mostly, but instead of a 1/4 cup of sugar, I used an 1/8 cup.
The dough did not come together and I had to look elsewhere for a recipe after waisting the supplies I had used in the first dough attempt.
The filling was not my favoriet, way too sweet even with using 1/2 the sugar. Next time I will just use farmer's...”