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"Regarding the polenta, Melissa was referring to coarse ground corn meal. You are right; grits are made from hominy.
I'm making the ribs and onions tonight. All your reviews helped me feel more confident about making this recipe although so far none of Melissa's recipes have 'gone wrong' for me to date."
May 12, 2012 on FoodNetwork.com
"hmmm I haven't tried this recipe yet, but am wondering how it would do with other vegetables, like green beans or asparagus. I do like those vegetables pickled! Any thoughts?"
Jan 31, 2012 on Food.com
"I made an 'end of the month' version of this recipe tonight, which means I made a bunch of substitutions:
4 raw chicken thighs for cooked chicken
cream of mushroom soup for the chicken soup
mayo for the sour cream
5 slices of american cheese for the cheddar
For the most part I made it the same except I added the chick..."
Jan 23, 2012 on Food.com
"I watched the show today and it inspired me to make this soup. One difference, though, was she used a shallot, not green onions. Either one could be used, but I used the shallot. Very tasty. My daughter really liked it too."
Dec 3, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com
"I have to add a new review! This is a good 'base' recipe. In the show she says you can use pepperoni or salami or whatever. Tonight I am using 3 sweet italian sausage links (out of the casings and instead of the canned tomatoes I am using prepared pasta sauce. I also added summer savory (an herb you can get in your grocery store spice rack ..."
Nov 17, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com
"I haven't tried the recipe yet, but wanted to write an answer for Tisme. I helped my mom can peaches for years and years when I was growing up. The way to peal peaches is actually quite simple. First you have a large pot of water boiling on the stove and fill the sink with cold water and ice. Prick the peaches and place the peaches a few at a time..."
Aug 23, 2011 on Food.com
"I suspect he might be referring to a brand of seasonings. I searched google and that's all I can find. It certainly would be nice to know for sure."
Dec 4, 2009 on FoodNetwork.com
"I don't drink wine or champagne, but do keep semi-dry sherry in the cupboard for cooking with chicken. So, I used a half-sherry-half-water mixture instead. The risotto was incredible! Even my daughter who can be a bit picky loved it. It has become a staple recipe in our house. I agree with the writer who said it should be ratd 'easy', not 'interme ..."
Mar 3, 2009 on FoodNetwork.com