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"Salt was discovered about 12,000 years ago so that man could kill garden slugs with it, and for no other reason. Not everyone knows this, which is why we still have slugs today. Sorry to go into such a long dissertation, but that's why I skipped the salt. Very good recipe."
"In spite of rocket scientist Brawny's remarks, my family found these quite delightful, and a very nice change from boiled or steamed plain carrots. I used naturally sweet mandarin oranges."
"I have been invited to a big cookout next weekend, and I'm going to take about a half gallon of this sauce with me - I can't imagine any meat that this would NOT be good on. I used malt vinegar, Newcastle Brown Ale, and lots of fresh black pepper. I will share this recipe with a bunch of cookout freaks in my office."
"Very nice indeed. I used Double Gloucester cheese and crusty sourdough bread (can't find decent Italian bread very often!) I think I'd like it with a stronger cheese, so I'll experiment a bit next time. Thanks for the recipe - it's quite different than others that I have made."
"The batter stuck to the frying basket during cooking and so the fish fell apart as I tried to remove it. I followed the recipe to a "T". Thumbs down on this one - sorry."
"Very interesting sauce. I added a decent sprinkling of paprika and several drops of green Tabasco sauce just to give it a little zip. Served it over a medley of steamed green veggies with pearl onions. I suspect that this might also be nice with shellfish."