Member since Apr 2011
"This is a great recipe, but it does take a little practice to get right. Like Mr. Brown suggested, I used 1 part cake flour to 3 parts AP flour. It's also a good idea to mash your cold shortening and butter in with just 1/4 cup of flour. This will be a LOT easier. After they're well incorporated w/ each other, add the rest of your flour. Proper so"
"This is one of my all time favorite Summer dishes when you're wanting to cook burgers or hotdogs on the grill. One of the best things about this that I've found is if you use a charcoal grill, and use some wood chips to add smokey flavor, it's a good idea to grill the corn and the peppers on the grill. They will take in the smokey flavor and this "
"This is a great recipe. I would note that if you have a decent mixer like a kitchen aid, the shifting doesn't seem to be necessary. If your brown sugar is a little old and dry, it might be necessary, but that's it. You can skip the salt if you're using salted butter. Like Alton did on the show, add the butter slowly. For my oven, I've found that 4"
"This is an awesome recipe. And it can be molded to fit a lot of different pizza recipes, particularly if you like thin crusts. I like to roll the dough out on a cookie sheet (this will take a lot of work and will be very thin). Once it's rolled out, pick the dough up, set it aside, and put a liberal amount of olive oil on the pan, and place your d"
"I've learned everything I know about salsas from Mexican Made Easy, and around my house I'm now known as the salsa king, lol. I've been meaning to give green salsas a try, and this recipe looked perfect. I personally prefer to cook the veggies in a dry cast iron, but I followed this recipe to the letter, except I added less water because I like thick salsas. All I can say is wow! "