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"Well, if I had entered a turkey baking contest yesterday, this turkey would have won HANDS DOWN! I purchased an off-brand 21 pound turkey and decided to use Alton's brining method and the Good Eats Roast Turkey recipe. I was scared to death all afternoon while it was cooking. But, when I removed it from the oven, as usual fearing it wouldn't be ..."
Nov 27, 2009 on FoodNetwork.com
"I haven't tried this but take it from a REAL southern cook! Try this corn recipe with some heavy cream, a T. of flour and a T. of sugar. Add about 1/4 c. butter and combine. Now microwave until tender. Honey, this is delish and tastes like my great-grandmother, a true southern belle, used to make in an iron skillet every Sunday. Always fresh ..."
May 8, 2008 on Food.com
"This might be delish, however, I lived in Germany 3 years when my husband was in the military, and REAL German potato salad IS NOT made with mayonnaise or salad dressing. So, this is not authentic German Potato Salad. Sorry to disappoint you."
May 5, 2008 on Food.com
"I've been making popcorn this way for years!!! No Microwave popping corn will ever stand up to home-popped corn. Occasionally, I add garlic salt to the oil and corn before it pops! Delish: Also, try popping and drizzling melted white chocolate chips over it. Nice surprise because you can't see the chocolate on the corn and it always makes pe..."
May 1, 2008 on Food.com
"I think there must be a mistake in the measuring of these ingredients because the consistency definitely did not have the ability to be rolled out onto a floured surface. It was more like soupy cake batter and I did not mess up the ingredients. I went exactly by your recipe. I ended up adding 4 more cups of flour for a total of 6 cups and these..."
Apr 28, 2008 on Food.com
"I have tried this but it is even better if you add mayonnaise instead of the cream! Yummo!"
Apr 23, 2008 on Food.com