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"I make these a couple times a month and they always turn out perfectly. You can use regular milk, too or oil, lard, butter, or any shortening. I can't image them not rising. Mine always have."
Feb 27, 2013 on FoodNetwork.com
"This really should be entitled "Faux Deep Fried Chicken"
It tastes like deep fried chicken but without all the oil. The bit that is soaked up in frying is released when baked on the rack. It doesn't have much seasoning even after a 34 hour soak in cayenne etc. but I imagine the oil that is used will change the flavor and I supposed adding a pa ..."
Dec 6, 2010 on FoodNetwork.com
"These rise high and are soft and gooey. Made half a recipe with a Jiffy cake mix on dough setting of my bread machine and refrigerated overnight then let come to room temp in the morning before baking. No one could stop eating these warm wonderful easy rolls."
Sep 22, 2010 on Food.com
"With all the raves I expected something spectacular. Unfortunately, the only really excellent part of the recipe was the carots. The chicken tasted pretty muchy like any good roasted chicken but entailed a lot more work. I was disappointed,"
Sep 19, 2010 on FoodNetwork.com
"The sauce was a lot of work for what the end result it. If you must try this recipe buy a jar of spaghetti sauce and thin it with chicken stock. The filling was interesting. The cabbage would have been better if it were regular green cabbage. I pefer slavic version of stuffed cabbage (golabki or Hungarian, or even plain old American cabbage r ..."
Sep 12, 2010 on FoodNetwork.com
"Very ordinary lamb shanks. Try any recipe from a Greek or Australian recipe site and it will be better. Come to think of it, the one on allrecipes.com is waaay better."
Sep 12, 2010 on FoodNetwork.com
"There are tons of ways to make sloppy joes but this is not one of the better ones. It comes out too greasy and if you want really good flavor, you have to add lots of your own tweaking. Would benefit from carrot, celery, green or red pepper. But then you'd have a different recipe"
Sep 8, 2010 on Food.com
"I was dubious because there was no celery seed, onion, garlic, or green pepper. But it was great. And so easy. The fresh lemon juice gave it an extra zing. I thought it needed a little extra sugar but maybe that was because I had one that had an extreme amount of juice "
Aug 31, 2010 on FoodNetwork.com
"With all that cooking and ingredients, I would think this should be something special. Instead it tasted like ordinary canned black eyed peas with meat. Couldn't taste the heat at all, nor the garlic. And don't mash them. Makes them mushy and pasty."
Aug 15, 2010 on FoodNetwork.com
"Used coke instead of apple juice and cooked it in my slow cooker then on the grill at the end. Didn't have to wrap it in the slow cooker. If you like dry rub ribs, this is the recipe. If you like wet ribs, serve w BBQ sauce on the side or over at the last few minutes of cooking"
Jul 5, 2010 on Food.com