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"I was excited when I saw this recipe because it sounded interesting. I'm not sure how I expected this recipe to come out, but it just wasn't "it". The bread was too savory to be a sweet bread, but not savory enough to not be. We ended up topping it off with a bit of butter and honey. It wasn't bad by any measure, but not something I'll try again."
Jul 29, 2012 on Food.com
"This was good. I used 1c fresh strawberries, and 1c fresh rhubarb. I also subbed some of the AP flour for wheat. I was a bit worried, because the mix seemed dry, but I figured the fruit would give off moisture as it baked(which it did. Thanks for helping me use up my large stash of rhubarb!"
Jun 27, 2011 on Food.com
"Very easy way to do ribs. I rubbed mine the night before and let them marinate in the fridge. Like many people, I didn't have jalapeno seasoning, but I just used red pepper flakes that I ground in a spice grinder. I also used toasted onion powder(Penzey's instead of regular, and beer for the braising liquid to sub the wine. However, I did ..."
May 8, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com
"This is really easy(it doesn't require constant stirring, and watching and very tasty. My boyfriend loves it. I have made Alton's trifle with it before, which is also good. We use it in coffee, on greek yogurt, and I'm serving it with sauteed bananas and ice cream tomorrow.
I think I'd add(REAL vanilla extract towards the end, rat ..."
Feb 5, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com
"I loosely followed this recipe. I mixed up the buttermilk mixture(with less honey, as suggested by others, and placed all the thighs in to marinate in the fridge for 5-6 hours. I don't think you get the benefits from the buttermilk and spices unless you marinate it for a while. Then, I placed the thighs on a baking sheet and topped with the panko..."
Dec 12, 2010 on Food.com
"This was SO good. I used celery and bay leaves when I made my stock, and then discarded when strained. I don't really like pearl onions, so I used a diced onion, instead. Also, I didn't have heavy cream, but it was delicious without. Perfect winter dish. I'll be making it again soon! Thanks for the great recipe, Tyler. "
Dec 3, 2010 on FoodNetwork.com
"This was very easy! I ended up using 1 1/2 C strawberries, because I didn't have enough rhubarb. Next time I'll use all rhubarb, because I thought the strawberry flavor from the Jello(I uses sugar free was more than enough. I also used WAY less sugar(1 2/3 C and it was just right. Thanks!"
Jun 8, 2010 on Food.com
"Making pretzels has seemed a tedious task in other recipes, but this was easy! Only two things I'd change: Divide dough into eight pieces instead of six(the pretzels were a bit thicker than the Auntie Annes, or make into pretzel sticks instead of full knot. Also, as another reviewer said, I would just brush butter on the pretzels. It's a waste of ..."
Feb 21, 2010 on FoodNetwork.com
"SO yummy. I used 2/3C brown sugar, and 1/3C regular white. I also added a bit of rosemary. Thanks for the recipe!"
Dec 20, 2009 on Food.com
"Yummy pancake recipe. Nice and fluffy. I'm not much of a pancake expert, but my BF loves them...so I let HIM rate these. I also added some blueberries(mostly a desperate attempt to get him to eat a serving of FRUIT!."
Apr 1, 2009 on Food.com