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"We found this recipe to be really tasty! And, more importantly to me, it's really quick, easy, and not really that bad for us! Using what I had on hand, I ended up making this with: 4 tsp chicken base 4 cups of water, a tablespoon of bacon drippings, 1/4 tsp paprika, 1/4 tsp cayenne, no salt (the chicken base is salty enough, a few grinds of bl..."
Oct 16, 2011 on Food.com
"Every year, I make my hubs creme brulee for Valentine's Day. Unfortunately, due to doctor's orders, that extra-cholesteroly goodness was out of the question this year. I opted to make this instead and it hit many of the same buttons as creme brulee: sweet, smooth inside with a top that gives a bit of resistance. I made the actual souffle per the r..."
Feb 15, 2010 on Food.com
"Wow! Thank you for giving me a recipe that made my husband try desperately to get every last drop of this out of his ramekin. He declared this better than any other creme brulee he'd ever had, even from the local fancy pants restaurant that charges out the nose for it. I quartered the recipe (2 1/2 egg yolks, 8 oz heavy cream and doubled the vani..."
Feb 11, 2010 on Food.com
"Yum! We thought this was really tasty and hit the salt craving I'd been having (I used regular soy sauce, because that's all I had. I also used the whole 1/2 tsp of cayenne, even though I cut everything else in half for two breasts, as we tend to enjoy spicy foods. Next time I will employ the low sodium soy sauce, especially since it was almost (..."
Jan 30, 2010 on Food.com
"The best cornbread I've ever made. Even being made with white corn meal and 2% milk, it was...fabulous. Great crumb and moisture content. Be sure to grease your pan very well, because I always forget to add extra and mine sticks but not like that stops me from practically burying my face in it."
Jan 9, 2010 on Food.com
"Very tasty. I made the mistake of using low-fat cheese and it solidified into an impenetrable cheese fortress on top of the dip - don't make the same mistake! Full fat cheese should remain dippable after melting, or at least mix it *into* the dip if you really want to use low fat. But the actual dip (once I peeled away the hard cheese was mmm-mmm..."
Dec 24, 2009 on Food.com
"I cut the butter down to 1 cup as others suggested and it was still rather...liquidy for my tastes. Not to mention all of the butter that had pooled in the bottom of the bundt pan squirted out in a molten burn-fest when my poor husband flipped it over into a plate (not sure how that happened but at least he didn't get burned badly. So please be c..."
Dec 24, 2009 on Food.com
"Very easy way to cook beans! I made a pound of black beans this way and it yielded the equivalent of about 5-6 cans of black beans - for less than $1! I'm currently making a pot of cranberry beans for good old Southern brown beans. I just tossed the soaked beans into the crock with some salt and pork fat (sorry, it's tradition! ; and I'm certain..."
Dec 19, 2009 on Food.com
"I'm not a big fan of pumpkin pie but my husband said "This is THE BEST pumpkin pie I've ever put in my mouth. EVER." and then proceeded to eat about half of it. I think the in-laws will be pleased! I even thought it was pretty tasty, definitely not as strong on the pumpkin flavor as regular pie, which I much preferred. The spices balanced very wel..."
Nov 23, 2009 on Food.com
"I would've given this recipe 5 stars had it actually given instructions on how to turn this from just mix into actual pancake batter (might seem a no-brainer to some but if you're like me, you're still learning these things and it IS filed under Pancake Recipes.... Since I knew I was going to turn this into pancakes, I doubled the sugar to 3 tsp,..."
Nov 21, 2009 on Food.com