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Replied to Ginger Snaps

Dec 12, 2013 on

they need time to solidify before you try to lift them. lifting when they're too warm means they run the risk of falling apart. cooling for 30s allows them to firm up enough to lift, then get them off the pan because as they cool, they could build condensation underneath and end up soggy (either that or they'll laminate themselves to the pan).

Reviewed Krabby Patties

Jun 29, 2012 in on

"it can't be" - and it's not. considering the whole "spongebob", "under the sea" thing, beef is not what i would use. previous reviewer quoted my 5yr old perfectly: "that's just a hamburger!""

Reviewed Red Beans and Rice

Jun 6, 2012 in Food Network Community Toolbox on

my 5yr old and i will eat this all week. i make it using the trini-style hot sauce her dad concocts and the result is amazing!

to the person whining about it being "mediocre": when alton says use bottled water if your sink water is not *fantastic*, he's NOT KIDDING: i thought what the heck and just used my regular tap water,...

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