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Reviewed Best Grilled Burgers
"Very average, there's no reason to add this much salt in different forms. No black pepper, sorry. This just isn't proper seasoning for meat. 1 tsp per pound of meat for black pepper is the usual measure to start with."
Aug 5, 2012 on Food.com
"These are delicious. Not too sweet, nice airy cake, beautiful lemon tang. For the person commenting about bitterness I promise you zested into the pith (white under the skin of citrus) which, even in minute amounts, can ruin a dish with bitterness. Fresh lemons will always provide the best flavor over bottled juices as well. Enjoy."
Jul 22, 2012 on FoodNetwork.com
Reviewed Made-Over Deep Dish Brownies
"I found the brownies to be very easy to make and they came out quite fudgy and tasted great. Had a little issue cutting them (may have mixed wrong they broke apart here and there but otherwise were very good. I substituted the 1/4C white sugar for 1/4C stevia. Great recipe.""
Jan 24, 2012 on FoodNetwork.com
Reviewed Baked Sweet Potato
"This idea is typical and a good one to use for sweet potatoes.. my complaints here is #1 yams are not sweet potatoes and do have a different taste. #2 1/8 cup of butter per person is ridiculously high. I use no sugar (it's a sweet potato..) I add cinnamon and nutmeg both to the mixture and 1 tbsp whipped butter per person."
Jan 17, 2012 on Food.com