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Reviewed Lemon Basil Chicken Salad

Feb 28, 2012 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

Oh, my goodness! An ice cream scoop??!! What brilliance! And all this time I've been using a wheel bearing cover from my 92 Chevy truck.""

Reviewed Baked French Toast Casserole with Maple Syrup

Jul 24, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

Paula, please change the title of this recipe from Baked "French Toast" to just Baked Soggy Bread Pudding with Praline Topping. French toast is a complete misnomer. That way, those of us who can't stand bread pudding will bypass this recipe completely. This, in no way, shape or fashion resembles "French Toast". Even my 14 yo, who loves pancakes an"

Reviewed Baked French Toast Casserole with Maple Syrup

Jul 24, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

Paula, please change the title of this recipe from Baked "French Toast" to just Baked Soggy Bread Pudding with Praline Topping. French toast is a complete misnomer. That way, those of us who can't stand bread pudding will bypass this recipe completely. This, in no way, shape or fashion resembles "French Toast". Even my 14 yo, who loves pancakes an"

Reviewed Baked French Toast Casserole with Maple Syrup

Jul 24, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

BTW, Paula, please change the title of this recipe from Baked "French Toast" to just Baked Bread Pudding with Praline Topping. French toast is a complete misnomer. That way, those of us who can't stand bread pudding will bypass this recipe completely."

Reviewed Baked French Toast Casserole with Maple Syrup

Jul 24, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

This should have been titled Baked French Toast Mushy Pudding. Horrendous would be a major compliment. I was already leery about soaking the bread overnight in a QUART of the mixture but I figured, well, 1700 people can't be wrong. Right? WRONG! It turned out exactly as I expected. An inedible goo. This in no way, shape or fashion resembled French"

Reviewed Shrimp Scampi Po-Boy on Garlic Bread

Jul 24, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

I hate to sound stupid, but why go through the trouble of dehydrating the garlic, and then "rehydrate" it in the spread? Why not just use fresh minced garlic? Or at worst, the dehydrated garlic in a bottle (I know, not quite the same)? 3 hours in the oven is gonna make some pretty expensive garlic chips."

Reviewed Shrimp Po' Bubba's

Jul 9, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

Serious correction needs to be made on this recipe. Leaving the tails on the shrimp? Anyone who's had a po boy knows this isn't the case. Who in the world would want to eat a sandwich with tail shells in it? In a restaurant it would be... Choke. Gag. Sue. On another note, Paula. Texas Pete is a NC hot sauce, not LA."

Reviewed Deep-fried Oyster Po' Boy Sandwiches with Spicy Remoulade Sauce

Jun 3, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

To the poster who asked:
"Why do people post a recipe that calls for pickle juice, yet don't tell you whether that would be sweet pickle juice or dill?"

Well, for one, it's such a small amount, you're never going to tell the difference. Especially with the other ingredients that will overwhelm it. Two, some people like...

Reviewed Deep-fried Oyster Po' Boy Sandwiches with Spicy Remoulade Sauce

Jun 3, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

To the poster who asked:
"Why do people post a recipe that calls for pickle juice, yet don't tell you whether that would be sweet pickle juice or dill?"

Well, for one, it's such a small amount, you're never going to tell the difference. Especially with the other ingredients that will overwhelm it. Two, some people like...

Reviewed Shrimp Po' Bubba's

Oct 17, 2010 in Food Network Community Toolbox on Food Network

AG4JAZZ,
Hey "GENUES", learn to spell before you start making fun of other people. And yes, as pointed out, Texas Pete is made in North Carolina by TW Garner Foods. Since 1929. Been around alot longer than most any hot sauce. "Texas" has nothing to do with it. You can check out the origin at their website.

Reviewed Shrimp Po' Bubba's

Oct 17, 2010 in Food Network Community Toolbox on Food Network

AG4JAZZ,
Hey "GENUES", learn to spell before you start making fun of other people. And yes, as pointed out, Texas Pete is made in North Carolina by TW Garner Foods. Since 1929. Been around alot longer than most any hot sauce. "Texas" has nothing to do with it. You can check out the origin at www.texa...

Reviewed Shrimp Po' Bubba's

Oct 17, 2010 in Food Network Community Toolbox on Food Network

AG4JAZZ,
Hey "GENUES", learn to spell before you start making fun of other people. And yes, as pointed out, Texas Pete is made in North Carolina by TW Garner Foods. Since 1929. Been around alot longer than most any hot sauce. "Texas" has nothing to do with it. You can check out the origin at www.texaspete.com

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