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Reviewed cocada: easy coconut bark
Thursday, Jun 12, 2014 on FoodNetwork.com
“Absolutely wonderful..I love coconut and these hit the spot. I added about 1/2 C. of Butterscotch chips just because I had them and needed to use them up..they were a good addition. I'll definitely make them again...only takes minutes to make!! ”
Replied to lasagna cupcakesSaturday, Mar 29, 2014 on FoodNetwork.com
Reviewed Cheesy Spaghetti Pie
Sunday, Jan 12, 2014 on FoodNetwork.com
“I can't give this 5 stars because after reading many of the reviews, I changed the recipe to suit myself, so I don't know if Marc's dish is worth 5 stars. Mine was! I didn't have all the cheeses on hand that he used so I used Gryere, Picarino Romano, Colby Jack and Jalapeno Am in the middle. I used my 10" Green Pan, you know, the one that's plastered... ”
"I thought this was quite good except for too much cilantro. Next time I'll cut down on the cilantro. It didn't have much flavor to it and it kinda overpowered the rest of the ingredients as far as texture. Maybe 1/4 C instead of 2 Cups would serve me better. My Jalapenos I bought didn't have much heat to them..I'd a liked it better with more s"
"This soup was pretty good...not fantastic! I had problems with the veggies getting soft enough to puree. They just never did even after a few hours of simmering. So, they wouldn't puree. Of course, this is not the fault of the recipe. I then decided to make it a chunky soup and since I love cheese potatoe soup, I diced up a couple potatoes an"
"I absolutely love this recipe for Ree's Perfect French Fries. I love it so much I had to try freezing them. It works great! Just follow Ree's instructions perfectly up THROUGH the first frying. (I did leave mine in the frig for 24 hours). Once fried the first time, pat them dry with paper towels to remove the excess oil from frying and cover"
"I absolutely love this recipe for Ree's Perfect French Fries. I love it so much I had to try freezing them. It works great! Just follow Ree's instructions perfectly up THROUGH the first frying. (I did leave mine in the frig for 24 hours) Once fried the first time, pat them dry with paper towels to remove the excess oil from frying and cover wi"
"I'm sorry Guy, but I was so looking forward to these onion rings and was so disappointed in them. There was so many spices you could hardly taste the onion itself. They were an absolute mess to try and eat. The batter fell off with every touch. I had to take out of the oil at 3 min. because they were starting to decinigrate in the fryer. A me"
"I emailed Food Network trying to find out where to get that potato cutter she used on the show, but Food Network doesn't know. Glad someone here could answer that. However, I finally gave up trying to find it and purchased the stainless steel one. Have to try it out with Ree's fries. "
"OMG!! I have almost everything to make this with. I'll have to substitute fresh parmigiana for the Romano and dry roasted peanuts, but everything else I have. Making it for dinner today and will let ya all know how it turned out.
Okay, made it for dinner and it was very good. I've never had asparagus raw before and was skeptical about it. "
"I haven't tried this yet, but plan to real soon. It looked delish!! Thanks terwya, I was wondering how everyone already fixed this when it just aired this morning. I live in HOT Arizona so I'm going to skip the oven part and do mine in a slow cooker. Having a 300 deg oven on when it's already 112 outside just doesn't do it here. I'm confident""
"I was so looking forward to these but because I didn't have any "plain" breadcrumbs I used seasoned and it just didn't give the flavor I think I was looking for. Yes, I know, I could have made my own bread crumbs, buy was hit with a lazy streak and the flavor suffered from it. I will make them again with plain crumbs next time. I love corn frit"