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Reviewed french breakfast puffs
Sunday, May 11, 2014 on FoodNetwork.com
“I don't understand why the complaints about how to print this out so forth. In BRIGHT RED, it says PRINT, try clicking on it people, if you have a printer you just print it, if you don't, then after clicking on PRINT you simply copy and paste it into a new email, then you have it available in your personal emails!!! You don't have to bother with word.... ”
“There is oil in this recipe, and the lemon takes the place of the vinegar, that is the acidic element. 1 tablespoon isn't that much. I have to wonder if you tasted it before serving....it's always a wise idea when serving a new recipe.....even dressing.
Toasting any kind of nut or seed brings a smokey element to them. I add them to salads...”
Reviewed roast chicken
Sunday, Feb 16, 2014 on FoodNetwork.com
“One of my favorite meals is roasted chicken with rosemary, and Ree filled the bill with this one.
What I don't understand is why the complaints about the new fomat. I know change can be challenging at times, printing this is easy, the word PRINT is in BRIGHT RED, click on it, copy and paste the recipe to a new email........couldn't be any... ”
“I agree, there is too much talking over each other, very irritating, sorry Jeff Mauro but you do this a lot, otherwise I really enjoy The Kitchen.”
"A friend made this and it's good, I only gave it 3 stars because to me it is not as healthy as it could be. There is no need for Unhealthy sour cream, and corn is Full of Sugar and most of us know corn in the US is full of GMO's. Leave out the corn and sour cream and you have something tasty and good. ;)"
"To clanlewis. The Paprika Spice they are talking about is Paula Deens House Seasoning, everyone has the ingredients in their pantry. Recipe is below. Enjoy!
1 cup salt
1/4 cup black pepper
1/4 cup garlic powder
For the House Seasoning:
Mix ingredients together and store in an airtight container for up to 6 months.
The deviled e"
"In response to those who say they could hardly read the recipe. You are able to enlarge the print from your computer, they all have this option.
One way to enlarge recipes is to copy and paste the recipes you like into a new email, once it's in an email you can then highlight it and enlarge it from there. I suggest you have someone with computer "
"I first tried this recipe back in 2005 and my kids LOVED it. The flavors are excellent. Recently I made this and decided to give some to my neighbors to try as I told them how yummy it was. The next day I received a message on my phone telling me it was a 10, they loved it and wanted me to come over to show them how to make it. I did and they were"