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"I have a confession: I used frozen green beans instead of fresh. It was all I had in the house and desperate times call for desperate measures. I blanched them for two minutes and shocked them in cold water, as you directed. I used toasted sesame seed oil for the oil and substituted sliced almonds for the sesame seeds since I didn't have ..."
May 3, 2013 on Food.com
"I have been making my own soft scrub with this recipes for some time and forgot to review it. I love this! Since your recipe is essentially two parts borax to one part liquid soap, I often just mix-up what I need for the task. Thanks for posting!"
Apr 24, 2013 on Food.com
"This is my DH favorite recipe. HE LOVES IT! He likes it really hot, so I use 3 tbsps. red curry. I agree with several people that have mentioned that Mae Ploy curries are the best. They taste great and don't have any sugar. Red Boat is a great fish sauce. It too does not contain any sugar, when many other brands add it. By using Mae Ploy cu..."
Jan 16, 2013 on Food.com
"I am making this for the second time tonight. No lie. The first batch I served with Chinese Roasted Chicken (#135753 for dinner. My husband LOVED it so much that he ate most of it himself, then asked that I make more right away. I thought he was kidding. As I was cleaning up after dinner he came in to ask when the rice was going to be done. ..."
Jan 7, 2013 on Food.com
"I had everything I needed to make this casserole, except the ground beef. I did have a 1.25 lb. package of ground turkey, so I changed the serving size from 8 to 5 and the website adjusted all the ingredients for me. (I LOVE that feature!!! Everything turned out really good. I definitely will be making this again."
Nov 30, 2012 on Food.com
"Thank you for posting this recipe! I have given it to my cat a couple of times and it has really helped her. I used a syringe to get this down her throat and while she usually gags and carries on (she has a flair for drama she barely fussed at all when I gave her this tea. I dare say she might have liked it."
Oct 31, 2012 on Food.com
"I made this last night with "close enough" ingredients and it was great! A testament to your wonderful recipe, Jen. In case anyone else ever finds themselves in a similar situation, I used a 1.25 package of ground turkey for the chicken breast; dark red kidney beans for the black beans and fresh corn for the canned. Luckily, I had the salsa and..."
Oct 4, 2012 on Food.com
"Wow! My DH and I just finished eating grilled chicken using this recipe and I couldn't wait to review it. I have been trying lots of different grilled/barbecued chicken recipes lately and this one is THE WINNER. Since we like things spicy sweet, I did substitute 1 Tbsp. of the ketchup for Asian Chili Garlic Sauce (sriracha. It gave it the per..."
Sep 11, 2012 on Food.com
"My husband thinks that he doesn't like cooked celery. I think he's crazy. To avoid a problem with His Quirkiness, after the steak and sauce had simmered on the stove for the full time, I removed the steak to a platter, added the flour to thickened the sauce and then pureed all of the sauce in my food processor. It made for a beautiful, professi..."
Aug 31, 2012 on Food.com
"I had some leftover chicken breast to use up and thought I'd try this recipe out. To my surprise, my husband found this in the refrigerator and had eaten most of it up before I got to try it. He normally doesn't like dishes like this, but he really liked this. I liked it too. I only had sliced almonds so I subbed them for the slivered almond a..."
Jul 3, 2012 on Food.com