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"I have made this recipe twice, the first time following the recipe exactly, but the second time I took a couple of liberties. I used shelled edamame instead of snow peas (it's what I had on hand) and doubled the sauce. This fried rice is a winner!"
"These were the best cinnamon rolls, ever! Alton's clear instructions in the video made a somewhat complicated baking recipe much easier to handle. I was a little worried they wouldn't rise, but once I stuck them in the oven with steaming water, they puffed right up, and were delicious with cream cheese frosting. Brown sugar (as opposed to white su"
"My cinnamon rolls did not get very puffy, maybe it's because I put the dough in the fridge after setting them in a warm place for an hour? i'm not sure what happened. they were still good tasting, though, just not very grand coming out of the oven the next day."
"I live in the Pacific Northwest, where there is plenty of salmon from Alaska. We eat so much salmon, it's not much of a treat anymore. This recipe really livened up boring old salmon! You can't go wrong with butter, lemon and garlic! I made a foil boat for my salmon and spread the compound butter across the fish and topped with round lemon slices "
"This was good, but I had to add some stuff. I added cilantro, black pepper, hot sauce and paprika. I also used red onion instead of yellow, it's what was in the fridge, and lime instead of lemon. So I pretty much changed the entire thing. But it was delicious!"
"Yum. It wasn't even fair how good these were. The marinade is delicious and the chops were so smoky on the grill. "