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"I used to make this recipe years ago but misplaced it in relocations. Every recipe on-line just wasn't the same. Thank goodness I finally found it again. Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful (too much wonderful?)! Anyway, thanks for posting it."
"This is an outstanding method of cooking brown rice ya'll! Tried another method that required extra steps (rice cooked fine); and thought: there's gotta' be a better way. This is a winner and I won't look further. It IS like risotto and that it's creamy; use less water for a dryer rice. I used a teaspoon of "Bett..."
"I told my husband the other day that I'd kill to be able to eat a waffle or pancake again. A friend said: why not look on-line for a recipe that's GF. This one was excellent and every bit as good as any I've ever made. THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU! A little note about finding some of these ingredients: try an Asian market. I found all of..."
"Yum! Made this last night and will make it again and again. I used 3 blistered, pealed and seeded poblanos. For whatever reason.....they were picante. Generally they are mild. Not to worry, if you live in Texas.......picante is muy bueno!
Next time I'm putting some whole corn in for a chowder type soup."
"This is as good, or better, than our favorite Thai restaurant's soup of the same name. If you can find an Oriental market they should have the different kinds of ingredients that Thai cooking requires. We totally LOVED this interpretation of the famous Thai soup! Ya' done good kid!"
"This is to die for Jordan!We eat at a wonderful Thai restaurant in San Antonio and this rivals anything I've eaten there. I did add a tablespoon of fish sauce and 1/2 cup chopped peanuts. Thai cucumber salad is a perfect side dish. It's a cooling sweet-tart compliment. You go to the head of the class!"