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Reviewed Teriyaki Chicken Thighs
Jan 8, 2013 on FoodNetwork.com
“end of the week and kinda broke. i bought some ck thighs and came looking for a new way to cook them. i was out of fresh garlic (which was a surprise because i'm the garlic queen) so i used 1/2 tsp of garlic powder and 1/2 tsp ground ginger. also i have never bought sherry so i used some red merlot i had in the frig. my oven is an old-fashioned wa"”
Oct 17, 2012 on FoodNetwork.com
“I'm not a big pork chop fan but my husband is...so i found this and it is sooo good! My chops were really big so I cooked them a lot longer. I used white wine instead of brandy.Also a can of plums instead of prunes.I served it with cornbread and no mayo cole slaw"”
Reviewed Old-Fashioned Macaroni Salad
Jun 3, 2012 on FoodNetwork.com
“I didn't have ham steak or pimentos so I used a fresh tomato out of the garden. Cut the recipe in half because it makes so much. Pretty good as a side for my pork roast.Some people said it was too dry but with the addition of the tomato it was nice and moist."”
Reviewed Spinach Lasagna With Mushroom Ragu
Mar 31, 2012 on FoodNetwork.com
“OMG! This tasted like it came out of an upscale restaurant! I couldn't find the dried porcini so I just used portabella and plain white mushrooms. I also left out the nutmeg - I don't like it. I halved it because I made meat lasagna in the other half of the pan. I also cheated and used a shredded bag of six-cheese Italian instead of measuring che...”
Reviewed Turkey Bone Gumbo
Nov 26, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com
“Just added the turkey and taste-tested it. Mmmmm. Ltighe- you made an excellent point about watching the heat. I have made this for a couple of years and it is the Best way to use that left-over turkey. I brined my turkey using Emeril's " Funky Bird" recipe and I was afraid there wouldn't be any turkey left over! Can't wait to eat!""”
Reviewed Gonzal's Jambalaya
Jun 25, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com
“very easy and good. my store had ck. thighs with bones and skin for 88 cents per pound so i got some and browned 5 or 6 first. ( removing the skins). then i used the same skillet to follow the rest of the recipe . i live outside of new orleans, so i was able to buy a mix of the veggies ,so i did not have to chop a lot. my husband and i discuss"”
Reviewed Cole Slaw
Mar 21, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com
“very good. i just eyeball most stuff. out of celery seed :( but used celery flakes i had in cabinet.
i put a sprinkle of sugar and some sweet pickle relish. no carrots but i figured the pickles made up for them. make sure you let it sit in frig for at least a couple of hours for everything to marinate. never added the vinager before but i...”
Reviewed Garlic-Studded Pot Roast
Dec 23, 2010 on FoodNetwork.com
“awsome so good .served it with rice and crusty bread. the longer you cook it the more tender it gets. the flavor is so good. didn't see where to put the potatoes exactly so i added them to the last hour of cooking. there were 7 people eating and most went back for seconds or thirds .there is still enough for my husband and i to take some for lunch...”
Reviewed Whiskey-Glazed Sweet Potatoes
Dec 12, 2010 on FoodNetwork.com
“I went to the store to buy a rump roast and sweet potatoes were on sale so I got 3 large ones. While they were baking, I decided to look for a new sauce for them. I did change it some.
1-I didn't have any apples or pecans so I skipped.
2-I don't like nutmeg so I used ground cloves.
3-No agave so I used Karo dark and some...”