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"Clearly mistakes were made. But I'm unclear on what they were. I measured 360 g of flour which is about 3 cups. And added 12 oz of fat--though I only had 8 ounces of lard and used 4 of butter. I couldn't find my pastry blender so I used knife and fork and cut the butter and flour together. It seemed like way too much fat for the amo..."
"Ambrosia from the gods. This is an old family recipe for us too, except we limit the "three" theme to the fruits. We use 2 cups water, 2 cups sugar and 2 cups of half and half. I wonder where the recipe came from originally. I wonder if it was in an early magazine picked up by a handful of people for whom it became an old family recipe. Anoth..."
"I think the 1/2 tsp salt is an error. It seemed very low compared to the amount of salt I put into recipes of similar size, so I used a full tsp, which still seemed low, and it still was bland. Nor was the absence of other seasoning a problem as I used a heaping Tbs of curry, a tsp and a half of hot sauce, as well as the black pepper. Next time..."
"Made with 14 smallish russet potatoes, and 8 small onions. Parboiled peeled potatoes for 10 minutes. I forgot to put salt in the water, so I salted them after they were sliced. Cooked onions very slowly in enameled iron pot over low heat letting them carmelize a bit. Increased flour to 1/3 cup and milk to 2 1/2 cups. Just as this much was don..."
"My son loved it. Due to other comments about amount of liquid, I used 4 cups broth (I freeze chicken stock in 4 cup containers) and 4 c. water. I also used the entire 8 oz. can of tomato sauce--didn't see any point in saving 4 oz. of sauce. To thicken it up I used an entire pound bag of frozen corn rather than just a cup. And added a can of bl..."
"I use less than a quarter cup of butter. Also, I add the dried or chipped beef first, then the flour. I also microwave the milk for a few seconds to knock the chill off of it. This helps prevent any lumps. Good stuff."
"Completely yummy. My chicken breast pieces were really too large for single servings. Next time--and there will be a next time--I'll cut them in half or even thirds. Also next time, I'm going to prepare the sauce in a very small vessel with a spout for pouring."
"Quite good. I broiled rather than grill. Medallions rather than steaks. 7 rather than 4. I didn't baste. Definitely a keeper."
"Extremely good. Creamier than sorbet, lighter than ice cream, with very good flavor. Next time, I might cut back the sugar just a tiny bit. I made a half recipe which more or less fit in my tiny little ice cream freezer. I did not chill the mixture 4 hours first. The buttermilk and lemons were all cold when I made it, and the freezer I use..."
"Stunning flavor! I had no garlic powder so I put a couple of largish cloves of garlic through the garlic press and added that. I had no parsley, so for a bit of color I used sliced green scallions instead of the minced onion or onion powder. We had whole fish, rather than filets. But they were small. About an inch thick, so I broiled 10 minut..."