Member since Mar 2010
Thursday 5 days ago on FoodNetwork.com
“This looks qute easy, will try in a bit. I'm writing because NOW I know why people are annoyed about the endless LINKS which have been added. WHY did you change the better format? The links make it very difficult to read the original recipe; those of us with vision problems, do NOT appreciate all this extraneous and unnecessary information!!! ... ”
"I made just 1/2 recipe as I only had one English cuke in the house. Kirby cukes are hard to find in this neck of the woods, so I thought I'd try it. Also, since I had pickling spices that I bought for this recipe---having not remembered exactly what was in it, I used a tablespoon of that and added some celery seed which we like in almost anything."
"Yes, this is pretty good and very fast and works well if you don't have time to make the salsa totally from scratch with all non-canned ingredients. However, I love lime zest in any of my salsas and it surely does add a lovely touch to this. BTW, you CAN make this in a 2-cup processor, just do it in stages. I don't grind up the petite diced tom"
"I've made this cobbler for many years. After my mom died in 1983, I found this recipe from her best friend among her papers and started making it then. I've always added some vanilla extract to the batter and have always used fresh fruit for the filling, usu. several cups of blackberries, which we used to have out our front door in Seattle, or fr"
"The flavor of these beans is fantastic, my husband and I both really enjoyed them. I've made them twice now, and actually forgot the mustard the second time, and we couldn't tell, so maybe it's not essential. Also, I bought some Garam Masala, but the cardamom was prohibitively expensive here and was only available ground, no pods to be found in""