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Reviewed Sweet and Saltines

May 22, 2012 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

I just finished making these and they are REALLY good. A suggestion, use a whisk and briskly combine the butter into the brown sugar thoroughly. When I was using a spoon it just wasn't coming together so I switched to a whisk and it was all good. I took the suggestion to not cook the mixture too far and it came out perfect (I did 3 min instead of"

Reviewed Sweet and Saltines

May 22, 2012 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

I just finished making these and they are REALLY good. A suggestion, use a whisk and briskly combine the butter into the brown sugar thoroughly. When I was using a spoon it just wasn't coming together so I switched to a whisk and it was all good. I took the suggestion to not cook the mixture too far and it came out perfect (I did 3 min instead of"

Reviewed Sloppy Lasagna

Oct 24, 2010 in Food Network Community Toolbox on Food Network

The concept of this recipe is really good and can be adapted for how you like it. Like other reviewers the dish looked way too dry when Rachel made it on her show, so I only used 1 lb. of lasagna broken into pieces. The red sauce turned out good, but I would add more spice to it. The bechemel sauce didn't work for me...I found it too bland. Next...

Reviewed Chili Dogs

Oct 24, 2010 in Food Network Community Toolbox on Food Network

I have usually used regular "bowl" chili for hot dogs in the past without much success. This recipe is specifically for chili dogs and it's PERFECT. I wondered out loud while I was making it "Tyler...do you really add a bottle of ketchup to this??" lol and as odd as it sounds the flavors blend perfectly for a great tasting chili dog. I made them...

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