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"AWESOME, SUPER MOIST BANANA BREAD, TOPPING COMPLIMENTS THE BANANA BREAD PERFECTLY!!! This is a huge step up from average banana bread. The crunchy sweet topping is like praline candy and the bread is incredible. Here are the changes I made: I lined each loaf pan with parchment paper which keeps the bread very moist. For the bread I used 1 cup suga..."
May 11, 2009 on Food.com
"Husband says this made his top five list and that says a lot for a gluten-free, non-fried wing. They are succulent, saucy, tender, have a little kick and those little bits of crispyness at the ends like most good wings do.I used 16 wings, which fed the two of us with zero leftovers :( and steamed them for 20 minutes in a large steamer pot w/ a..."
Jul 10, 2008 on Food.com
"I mix all ingredients in a bottle with a pour spout for easier application. I like to use Castille soap instead of Ivory, because it cleanses deeper. My dogs get really muddy. I also like to add a few shakes of baking soda to their fur and mix it with the soap. Do not add it to the bottle or it will foam over ;"
Apr 6, 2008 on Food.com
"The longer it sits the better it gets. It is super hot at first but as time goes on it gets sweeter and all the flavors come together beautifully. It tastes like a very spicy mustard with the sweetness of honey mustard. I used 3/4 C of sugar and pureed everything in a blender because the dry mustard was still chunky. I am hoping over time the must..."
Jan 4, 2008 on Food.com
"Excellent recipe! It produced a very moist and flavorful chicken dinner.I omitted marinating the chicken in the batter and also drying time once it was breaded and it still turned out beautifully. I am gluten-free and used cornmeal in place of bread crumbs and 1/2 C of masa harina flour in place of regular flour.Once the chicken was br..."
Jan 4, 2008 on Food.com
"I have never had Chuy's dip before. This dip tastes like a really tasty, homemade, spicy ranch dressing. You get that slight kick of hot in the back of your throat with the creamy richness of the dressing. It weas delicious on my salad. My husband says it will go perfectly as a chicken wing dip. Thank you, themunch!"
Dec 31, 2007 on Food.com
"I took the other reviewer's suggestion and sauteed the onion in butter. I doubled the recipe and it filled about 3 -4 quart jars. I did not have seasoning salt so used an extra bouillon cube for added flavor. I added additional sea salt as well. Very good soup and served it on Christmas Eve with fresh bread sticks."
Dec 26, 2007 on Food.com
"This is the perfect, dark chocolately rich, dense fudge and orange combo. If you really want the orange to give a punch, I suggest adding 3 teaspoons of orange zest. Make sure your orange zest comes from an orange with thick, ripe skin.I have been making this recipe for 3 years now and found that I have to melt the chocolate chips first and th..."
Dec 21, 2007 on Food.com
"TEN STARS!!!!! This is the BEST hot chocolate mix for two simple reasons: No coffee creamer and no powdered sugar. The granulated sugar makes it sweeter amd does not dilute the richness of the chocolate. My husband and I filled 4 cases of pint jars (gifts for co-workers and neighbors with the traditional cocoa mix, attached a red card with di..."
Dec 18, 2007 on Food.com
"We serve this ontop of roasted sweet potatoes. Make sure and add the cinnamon one teaspoon at a time, tasting inbetween spoonfulls. Some cinnamons are stronger than others and you don't want to go overboard.Thanks Laudee!"
Dec 10, 2007 on Food.com