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"These were the best oatmeal raisin cookies I have ever made! I soaked the raisins overnight in spiced rum and it added a great flavor. DO NOT MICROWAVE THE BUTTER! Don't bother with even letting the butter get soft, just start creaming the butter and sugar together while you work on everything else. Don't get in a hurry baking these cook..."
"30 yrs ago, a roommate made "Greek Fish" and it was nasty! I have been badgering him about it for 30 yrs now. Every time we talked about food, the "Greek Fish Incident" would always be mentioned. But, I saw this recipe and decided to try it. I had everything on hand except for some cod fish. I cut the recipe in half, seasoned the fish with Cavende..."
"This is an excellent base recipe for sausage gravy. But don't let the grease go to waste by draining it off. Just brown the sausage longer then add more flour to absorb the grease and its flavor. If can, to find Blue & Gold Sausage. It is sold as school fundraisers. I like to add just a little of liquid hickory smoke. It gives your gravy a campfir..."
"Don't let the grease from the meat go to waste! Drain it off into a saute pan and add some cornmeal. Brown the cornmeal in the grease and then add it back into your chili. It will thicken your chili as it cooks and will add a hint of corn flavor."
"I used this recipe as a start for my own breakfast creation. I wrapped the asparagus in ham and provolone. I served on sourdough toast with poached eggs, hollaindese sauce and capers."
"To spice up my gaucamole, I add chipotle powder. Then to bring out more of the smoke flavor of the chipotle, I had a few dashes of liquid hickory smoke.
Avocado Ripening Tip: Place a banana into a paper bag with your avocados. Bananas release ethylene gas as they ripen and this gas will trigger the avocados to ripen as well."
"I am from the Great Plains, so I admit that I am not a Clam Chowder expert. My only exposure to clam chowder was while visting in Maine and New Hampshire during the winter one year. The chowder I enjoyed the most was thick, creamy and had a fair amount of potatoes. So that is why I started with this recipe. I read other reviews and incorporated so..."