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Joined Date: Apr 09, 2007
Reviewed Fried Cherry Walnut Pies
"The directions are so much better than what was done on the show. Still, I wonder about the yield :- can you really get 24 circles, each at aa diameter of 4", from one package of pie crusts? I've never seen unbaked pie crust sold as a "single". "
Reviewed What Up, Dog?
"This is stellar !! I made both, and although excellent, my heart belongs to the onion sauce. The first time, I made as written, but I'm a total wimp when it comes to "hot". Now I make it with 1 teaspoon of hot sauce, and tell others to add more if they wish. This is so delicious that I use it on hot dogs, hamburgers, steak, pork chops and sometimes mixed into rice. If you want to wow your friends, bring a jar to the next cookout. Also a very nice gift. I will always have a jar in my refrigerator. I also keep tomato paste in a tube and minced garlic packed in oil, so it's always easy to make."
"I'm reviewing the reviews !! Today there are 31 reviews, and once again I have learned so much. All the suggestions plus the tips and tricks and changes let me know in advance what to expect. Now I see that several people thought the filling was bland, but the cups were worth the effort. I can see the potential for many variations. Wonton wrappers, pie crust, torn biscuits, crescent rolls etc. for a start. When I saw Brian Boitano make bacon cups using an inverted muffin pan topped by another I knew there could be other applications. If you substitute water chestnuts for celery, why not slant the recipe toward the Oriental with spices, too? Anyway, I just wanted to thank all of you for contributing your great comments. I've printed the recipe and added all the comments I need; now it's time to hit the kitchen!
Reviewed Mussels in Oyster Sauce
"I think it is totally unfair that thte screw-up by Food Network has caused a low rating for this dish. It would be much more fair to eliminate all the low (and high) ratings that were given for this dish based solely on the lack of recipe information! And that includes this one !!!
Reviewed Corn, Avocado, and Tomato Salad
"I made this several years ago. I hope that the person writting the recipe is very careful about the ingredients list. THere is a large difference between 1/4 cup chopped and 1/4 cup, chopped. This is especially true with nuts and vegetables. Anyway, it looked great and I couldn't wait to try it. Wow; that's when I found out that I, too, have that "yikes, cilantro tastes like soap" gene. Ina Garten has it, too. I would recommend being sure of your palette. I just always swap cilantro for parsley. Now this salad is perfect !