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Replied to Perfect Pot Roast Recipe : Ree Drummond : Food Network

Sep 1, 2014 on FoodNetwork.com

The Piccalilli I mentioned... I found a source. Different brand but the same taste, and it's made by the Amish! (They also make an excellent old-fashioned Corn Relish.)
http://bylersrelishhouse.com/relish/piccalilli

Reviewed Perfect Pot Roast

Oct 1, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

This is as basic (& good! a pot roast as you'll ever find, and almost exactly the recipe my family has been making for over 100 years.
Only differences are the addition of 1 Tbl Worchestershire, and we usually add cut up parsnips. Also mushrooms if you like. Roast some Brussel sprouts or Asparagus for a side dish. Besides the mash, note...

Reviewed Perfect Pot Roast

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

This is as basic (& good! a pot roast as you'll ever find, and almost exactly the recipe my family has been making for over 100 years.
Only differences are the addition of 1 Tbl Worchestershire, and we usually add cut up parsnips. Besides the mash, note that it also is excellent served over a pile of buttered broad noodles. One of the best...

Reviewed Cowboy Breakfast Sandwiches

Aug 27, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

Use paper not foil to wrap.
Foil seals in the steam and turns the toast soggy.
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Reviewed Marinated Tomato Salad with Herbs

Aug 27, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

My Grandmother made this, but with slices of red onion.
One suggestion: Slice the tomatoes instead of chunks. Reason, more surface area for the tomatoes to marinate. (If you're comfortable with a mandolin, that'll make fast work of the tomatoes.) Also don't forget you can add other things if you want. Cucumber slices are a fave of mine, but...

Reviewed Marinated Tomato Salad with Herbs

Aug 27, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

My Grandmother made this, but with slices of red onion.
One suggestion: Slice the tomatoes instead of chunks. Reason, more surface area for the tomatoes to marinate. (If you're comfortable with a mandolin, that'll make fast work of the tomatoes.)
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