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"This is one of my favorite mac n cheese recipes. The first time I made it exactly like it says (minus the pepper jack, I don't like spicy and we love it, but it was a little rich. The second time I omitted the bacon, bacon grease, and heavy cream and substituted olive oil and Jarlsberg and it was spectacular. Oh and I used whole grain pasta ..."
Aug 5, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com
"I love red velvet cake, and I love blue. So I made a blue velvet cake (different recipe and it was delicious. BUT, two years later I still have not lived down, my blue velvet cake b/c... everyone poo'ed blue/green and had a heart attack. SO, if you make this, either use less food coloring (I only used one ounce in mine, use natural food col ..."
Jun 8, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com
"Best Chimichurri recipe we've been able to find online. Although, I did make a few changes. I used a whole lime instead of a wedge, added 1/2tsp salt, I hand chopped the parsley, and used the micro-grater for the onion and the garlic. I marinated the skirt steak for about 30 minutes before my husband grilled it. This had so much flavor and was ..."
Nov 22, 2010 on Food.com
"I love this recipe! The only thing I change is that I add mini chocolate chips instead of walnuts. I also make 1.5 batches of this recipe so it lasts longer. I have to minimize the cook time, because I make muffins, which is great b/c it only takes 18-20 minutes to bake.
The muffins are moist and the banana flavor is just right, not too over ..."
Jul 23, 2010 on FoodNetwork.com
"This recipe is delicious, however, the spice factor is way too much for my wimpiness. The smells that came out of my kitchen as I cooked this dish were incredible and I could taste every spice. I will, next time, make it much less spicy. Other than that this recipe reminds me of the Tikka Masala I used to eat at my favorite Indian restaurant in..."
May 8, 2009 on Food.com