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"Very good. I made a small batch of this because there is only two of us. I thought I had an ear of corn floating around in the fridge, but I was wrong, so I substituted. Snap beans. This had just the right amount of flavor."
Apr 21, 2013 on Food.com
"This recipe so confuses me. I used strip steaks... a little thinner. I'm not a rare kinda girl. Meat should not talk back to me. But I still like some pink. The meat turned out P E R F E C T! I warned hubby before I started that I was going to make a lot of smoke. He took down the fire detector. That was a good thing! Even with all th ..."
Apr 4, 2013 on FoodNetwork.com
"Meh. This was my first attempt at scratch made corn fritters. I'm gluten intolerant so the frozen kind at the grocery store are out. I sort of feel like others that these really lacked flavor, and I used an ENTIRE jalapeno. Hubby said the same thing. They weren't bad, but they weren't great either. However, they were super simple. ..."
Mar 26, 2013 on FoodNetwork.com
"WINNER! I suggest that people watch the video as the steps in the video don't seem to follow the steps in the recipe. I followed some other people's suggestions and cut back on the lemon. I didn't even bother adding zest. I also sauteed asparagus with the garlic to make this a one dish meal. I cut back on the butter, and did not a ..."
Mar 13, 2013 on FoodNetwork.com
"I really liked the flavor of this. The only change I made was exchanging honey for brown sugar. I let it marinade a good three or four hours."
Feb 25, 2013 on Food.com
"This was by far the tastiest and most moist meatloaf I've ever had, but honestly the number of steps required were ridiculous. I used gluten free panko intstead of going through that crouton process, but added all the suggested seasonings. I also did not grind my own meat. Seriously? I had hamburger and Italian sausage. Why would I go to a ..."
Feb 9, 2013 on FoodNetwork.com
"Oh baby! This is what I'm talkin' about! I needed to use up a head of cabbage. This couldn't have been more perfect. The only problem was fighting hubby over a beer. He gave in. LOL.
Seriously, I'm come back to this one again! Very delicious. No reason to change a thing. "
Feb 3, 2013 on FoodNetwork.com
"I don't know why people are complaining about ugly and runny. Mine turned out perfect. I did whip up a pretty powerful meringue, so maybe that is the issue people are running into. I also felt like these had the perfect blend of chewy yet toasted crunchy. This is definitely staying on my baking list.
PS: I added three tablespoons of key ..."
Dec 24, 2012 on FoodNetwork.com
"Very good! Even hubby was impressed, and he is really picky about his fish. I let the tomato mixture sit for a while before putting it on the fish so as to let the flavors melt. Also, because others complained about this dish being overdone, I dropped my oven temp to 375 and it came out perfect. My personal opinion is that this was just the ri ..."
Oct 7, 2012 on FoodNetwork.com
"Seriously awesome! I'm not a big fan of dark sesame oil at full strength so used a three to four mixture of Grapeseed oil to sesame. Grapeseed oil is great for sauteing at higher temps, and is super light. For the veggies, I very thinly sliced baby carrots and the broccoli stems. They went in after the pork meat. Next went the onion and ga ..."
Aug 16, 2012 on FoodNetwork.com