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"The best pecan pie I've ever had was at a BBQ restaurant called Percy Street in Philadelphia. This was tasty but nowhere near the best. The texture was pretty decent, I did end up cooking it for about 50 minutes, just until the top didn't jiggle as much when I shook it lightly. Something about the taste seemed off though. May need brown su ..."
Aug 14, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com
"As another reviewer said, these are essentially the same as Red Lobster's cheddar biscuits. For a kick substitute some beer for the water, a nice malty lager would do nicely. "
Aug 8, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com
"Simply stated, this recipe is awesome. My boyfriend has been experimenting with attempting to make the perfect hot wing (he even has a blog of his journey, aptly named theperfectwing.com. We had just been deep frying the wings plain. This time we tried deep frying them after using this brine recipe (we did substitute cream for the buttermilk..."
Sep 13, 2009 on Food.com
"I love devonshire cream and I had a ton of scones so I needed to find a substitute. I found a recipe online that was very close to this recipe except that it suggested using marscarpone instead of cream cheese. All I had was goat cheese so I used that and the results were fantastic!"
Dec 28, 2008 on Food.com
"I loved this when I had it at Carrabbas and now I make it all the time. I love to use a whole lot of shallots and everyone else seems to love it too. I also think it's a lot more salty at the restaurant, it's way better when you make it yourself!"
Dec 10, 2008 on Food.com
"My mom makes these every year around the holidays. She has a few names for them, kitchen sink cookies (because they have everything but the kitchen sink in them, and best cookies ever. She just might be right on both accounts, these are awesome!"
Dec 5, 2007 on Food.com