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Reviewed chili dogs
Sunday, Jun 15, 2014 on FoodNetwork.com
βIn Detroit, these are called Coney Islands (chili dogs!) It is a natural casing hot dog on a steamed bun, topped with beanless thick beef chili, onions, and yellow mustard. Jannypan - I agree with the others; you really don't know what you're talking about. National Coney Island does serve a hamburger only sandwich, but it's called a Coney Hamburger.... β
Sunday, Apr 27, 2014 on FoodNetwork.com
βThe items in this are a wonderful combination! We used to make Mock Angel Food Squares at Girl Scout camp. Dip day-old Italian Bread (decrusted and cubed.) Dip into the Sweetened Condensed Milk and then cover with the coconut. Put on campfire sticks and brown over the flames. (Not everyone like S'Mores! lolllllllllllll)
Reviewed sunny's patty melt muffaletta
Friday, Apr 4, 2014 on FoodNetwork.com
βWhere is the Olive Salad that defines a Muffuletta? This recipe sounded so good that I'd love to try it.... I couldn't wait to have it with that tangy and salty layer of olives. I realize that Sunny is redesigning it as a burger, but the name needs to be changed or the olives added. β
Sunday, Mar 16, 2014 on FoodNetwork.com
βI missed the tomatoes in the given recipe. For a short-cut version, I rough fork-mash the ripe Avocado and then will add Medium Hot Pace "Picante Sauce" (NOT Salsa), which already contains all the traditional ingredients. Giving a squeeze Lime Juice (plus little bits of pulp) into the mixture will add an extra fresh "pop". Mayo unneeded with this... β
"Be aware that Albacore Tuna does not have the Omega-3 that Chunk Light does. This is a terrific recipe (but, less Mayo would be better.) I also use Miracle Whip Lite in mine. Tuna, celery, onions, and Pimento Olives (all chopped fine, our family's base recipe) give plenty of taste - radishes and honey mustard added something special. I left ou"
"I also loved the versatility of this recipe - add or subtract the ingredients to the base recipe.
Responding to JenniferFP... Farro is Gluten Free (and high in Fiber and Magnesium) so I think you meant to say that you used Farro instead of Rice to make Risotto. This is a terrific (and welcome) idea for those who have special dietary needs."
"These were excellent - I added fresh lime wedges for a last minute squeeze at serving time.
For years, I've also grilled skewered shrimp that I marinated for 15 minutes in a Ziploc with the same type of marinade (any longer and it "cooks" the shrimp in the bag) before grilling. Huge hit.
The same marinade is great for poaching salmon too.