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"Have you ever had that sinking feeling when you can't find a recipe that you tried and LOVED? Well, I just spent many hours looking for this recipe. I was so sure I had saved it in one of my many recipe site folders or copied and pasted it into Word and placed it in my "Pork Entree" recipe folder. My husband, who never cares about r..."
"I sure hate to be the one dissenting vote on Ina's oven bacon because I'm a huge fan of the Barefoot Contessa, but at 20 minutes (and my oven cooks at temperature) it just was not cooked. It looked like it would take another 10-15 minutes at least to become anything resembling the photo. I just cooked a pork butt for pulled pork with a b..."
"This was a good start for my recipe makeover. I was trying to duplicate a sweet potato muffin recipe from a local soul food restaurant. I pretty much knew how I wanted to go about doing a copy cat, but this recipe helped me immensely. I can't really say how this recipe (as written) would taste, but mine turned out fantastic. Thanks so much Ch..."
"Excellent! Thank you for sharing this delicious recipe, Geema. I pretty much followed everything, except I substituted Thai Fish Sauce for the salt, Thai Sriracha hot sauce to taste for the crushed red pepper and used Lite Coconut Milk for the full-fat (not because I was trying to save on fat, but because I had just used my last two regular cans m..."
"This is the way I have always made my German Potato Salad. NO flour or cornstarch thickening or mayonnaise. This is authentic and very, very tasty. I add thinly sliced green onions to mine and use dry mustard instead of prepared. I'm making some tonight with German Bratwurst. Just right for a sunny, but chilly October day."
"One of the first muffins I ever made from Betty Crocker's Cookbook, circa 1972. Blueberry, one of many variations from core ingredients, is my favorite. Very easy and fast to make and bake, and very tasty."
"This is originally from the Betty Crocker's Cookbook from Golden Press (my very first cookbook-1972). I have made this for longer than I care to remember. You won't find a better Apple Crisp recipe anywhere."