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Joined Date: Oct 02, 2006
"WOW!!!! These beignets are awsome indeed, I made some for the first time from another chefs recipe, and I was so sure I had found the one they were very good and looked just like the picture. Then I saw Alex's recipe and I had to try it, and boy am I glad that I did that. These beignets puff up just like dounuts and they are soft yet chewy, I used""
"Hi all I had to write this review because if you only knew how intimidated I was at the thought of making my own beignets. I wanted to go to New Orleans just to taste them they were so delicious looking on tv. ( I still want to go to New Orleans). Then I decided to build up my nerves and do it myself. Well I used this recipe and they turned out de""
I am the ultimate food network fan I love all the shows but of course I have my favorites. starting with Paula Deen, ( I happen to think we cook just alike.) I do many of her recipes but I always get raves for her baked french toast and ooey gooey bars. I'd say next is Giada and then the Neelys. I am 61 years young I have a 5 y/o thatI am raising and teaching to cook along with my 2 grand daughters (the 5y/o is my great neice). We have a ball in the kitchen making cookies and savory foods. I was attending Le Cordon Bleu, but due to health reasons I had to leave, However, I have learned just as much from the Food Network chefs as I would have from that expensive school and I learned it for free. So thanks Food Network I love you. H. Dixon.