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Joined Date: Mar 23, 2010
Reviewed 1770 House Meatloaf
"I can remember when my grocery would package all three meats together and sell it as a "meatloaf mix". I've made it hundreds of times over the years. My only suggestion, because I do not like biting into chunks of things in a meatloaf, is to put the ingredients in a blender with the eggs. Something else I learned from my mom and grandma is to pu"
Reviewed Knock-You-Naked Brownies
"Along with the caramel and chocolate, I added some coconut!! Makes em even better!""
Reviewed Knock-You-Naked Brownies
"Decadent! I made one substitution after reading another review. I used 2 packages of caramel bits instead of individually wrapped caramels. I did let the 2nd half of the batter sit in the fridge and then shaped it on a piece of waxed paper. It came right off and fit perfectly.
In the end, I wasn't paying attention and the edges got too brown.""
Reviewed Spicy Pop Pulled Pork
"The only reason I didn't give this 5 stars is because Ree didn't specify what size roast she used which could make a difference in the amounts of liquid and peppers. I used a 3.97 lb pork butt. I was nervous about the peppers as I don't like spicy food so I used the same brand of chipotle peppers in the 3 and 1/2 ounce can, which was 4 peppers. ""
Reviewed German Potato Salad
"I followed the recipe exactly and should have known better than to add the liquid to the crispy bacon. It immediately became soft and soggy and fatty, right back to it's original condition.
The bacon should be added after the potatoes have absorbed the liquid. ""
Reviewed Meatballs a la Pizzaiola
"Not tender and needed much more flavor. Added additional parmesan, garlic, oregano and basil which helped. But they were still too firm.""
Reviewed Honey Vanilla Pound Cake
"I used my 4 small loaf pan instead of one loaf. I baked them for about 30 minutes and they were perfect! I don't like lemon but I followed the recipe exactly and it was very faint but good. I would prefer to taste much more honey and vanilla but the texture and color were just like Ina's. Making small loaves allows me to give them to family and""
"Yes, the cream started oozing out of the processor. I blotted with paper towels and once it came to the whipped cream stage, I took half out ,made the butter and then made the additional butter. I'll buy myself a new larger processor. I used fresh berries. Frozen would have held up better but either way would work. I wanted a double batch so I made the recipe with the buttermilk from the cream and then made it again with store-bought buttermilk. I baked one scone from each batter right away and after I spooned the scones onto 2 baking pans, I put them in the fridge to bake later. I didn't cover them and hope they will bake up okay. Both test scones were good but I think I prefer the store bought buttermilk. I'm serving the scones tonight for company and will leave the butter out so that it's extra soft for spreading. I only gave the recipe 4 stars simply because I have tasted better scones in just one place...Hick's House in Utopia, Texas. "
When it comes to food or recipes, I'll try anything at least once.