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Reviewed easy cranberry and apple cake

Aug 20, 2014 on FoodNetwork.com

The recipe is great, as expected from Ina. I am also complaining about this messed up website. First the links in the recipes were all printing instead of just the word (for example, the words "orange zest" above are highlighted & if you click on it you go to the food encyclopedia.) That entire link was printing for all of the included links,...

Replied to Garlic Pork Sausage Recipe : Anne Burrell : Food Network

Jul 30, 2014 on FoodNetwork.com

Remember that all these cooks use KOSHER salt when cooking - much less salty.

Reviewed Mighty Duck

Dec 22, 2013 on FoodNetwork.com

Another Alton hit. I knew it would be good, since I have been using his steaming method to make the best hot wings on the planet. Too bad they have moved Good Eats to the Cooking Channel premium cable channel by me now - I really miss it!!

Replied to Good Eats Roast Turkey

Nov 24, 2013 on FoodNetwork.com

And make sure you never, ever use a garbage bag instead of a brining bag, since they are usually treated with chemicals!

Replied to Good Eats Roast Turkey

Nov 24, 2013 on FoodNetwork.com

It depends on your cable provider & if you have HD. I'm very upset that they have moved it from the Food Network to the Cooking Channel, since that is premium in my area - so good-bye to the best show on TV!

Replied to Good Eats Roast Turkey

Nov 24, 2013 on FoodNetwork.com

...and soup, and pot pie, and bbq turkey sliders, and turkey paninis, etc, etc. Never waste the leftovers of a good bird!

Replied to Good Eats Roast Turkey

Nov 24, 2013 on FoodNetwork.com

Also, if you use regular broth, not low sodium, watch the salt level in the brine so it doesn't end up too salty!

Replied to Good Eats Roast Turkey

Nov 24, 2013 on FoodNetwork.com

You should not have to cook in both the oven & roaster. Check out the electric roaster turkey recipe on food.com. Also, if you truss the turkey like Anne Burrell does (pull the legs up to expose & cook them faster & they also then protect the breast from getting dry) you don't need to turn the turkey over.,

Reviewed Green Chile Mashers

Apr 2, 2013 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

These are amazing. Good thing I doubled the recipe, we ate them until the food comas set in. Fried up leftovers until crispy for breakfast - good grief!"

Reviewed Brined Herb-Crusted Turkey with Apple Cider Gravy

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

Besides being the best turkey ever, her tips for tying the turkey so the legs cook better & the white meat doesn't dry out were brilliant."

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