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Reviewed Tiramisu

Nov 21, 2013 on FoodNetwork.com

This is the BEST Tiramisu I have ever tasted! The gelatin is necessary and easy....just be patient. Put the timer on for 15 minutes and walk away while the gelatin and water does its job. I used 4T water and 1 package Knox gelatin which is 1T. Put it on the pan of simmering water and again walk away. It will turn clear and completely dissolved...

Reviewed Sweet Potato Casserole

Nov 24, 2012 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

I was looking for something to do with leftover honey roasted sweet potatoes and came across Anne's recipe...Wow this is a keeper! I made the topping in the food processor then separately processed the cold sweet potatoes (first drained any honey and olive oil). I omitted the apricot as my husband is allergic and used the juice of a whole orange"

Reviewed Butternut Squash and Apple Soup

Nov 2, 2012 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

This recipe is wonderful, I make it very often. I don't always use all the seasoning depending on my mood and sometimes I add a little apple juice for sweetness. The nuts I usually bake instead of fry by boiling in water 3 minutes and covering in powdered sugar pinch of cayenne or cinnamon and bake 10 minutes 400. But all in all, a great recipe"

Reviewed Sweet Potato Fries

Jun 17, 2012 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

I have made sweet potato fries 20 different way! NONE Compares! This is the best recipe I have ever tasted. There are two of us so I made half a recipe! What a mistake! Should have made it all! The seasoning is fabulous! Great Job! You always had my vote!"

Reviewed Roasted Turkey Roulade

Nov 28, 2010 in Food Network Community Toolbox on Food Network

The turkey roulade was amazing! My stuffing was slightly different - wild mushroom - because I don't eat sausage. This was a beautiful presentation. I removed the skin (after the butcher de-boned), butterflied and pounded then wrapped the skin around the roulade. The string tying was tricky but after the first tie I got it and it worked great....

Reviewed Roasted Turkey Roulade

Nov 28, 2010 in Food Network Community Toolbox on Food Network

The turkey roulade was amazing! My stuffing was slightly different - wild mushroom - because I don't eat sausage. This was a beautiful presentation. I removed the skin (after the butcher de-boned), butterflied and pounded and wrapped then put the skin around the roulade. The string tying was tricky but after the first tie I got it and it worked...

Reviewed Chocolate Truffles

Nov 28, 2010 in Food Network Community Toolbox on Food Network

The taste was devine! The process took 4 hours and was probably the hardest thing I ever made. I had a lot of trouble making the balls with a mellon baller and using the ice cream scoop for the outside. The heating pad was a disaster so I finally put over simmering hot water off the stove. I found that the chocolate coating once it starts to set...

Reviewed Chocolate Truffles

Nov 28, 2010 in Food Network Community Toolbox on Food Network

The taste was devine! The process took 4 hours and was probably the hardest thing I ever made. I had a lot of trouble making the balls with a mellon baller and using the ice cream scoop for the outside. The heating pad was a disaster so I finally put over simmering hot water off the stove. I found that the chocolate coating once it starts to set...

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