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CBUNNUMS


CBUNNUMS
 
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Recipe Reviews 29 reviews
Sarah's Rice Pilaf
This is a great base recipe. The liquid to orzo/rice ratio is perfect. Nice and creamy. As is, it is rather bland and that's why I gave it 3 stars. Second time, I prepared with half the onions. I carmelized the rest of the onions with mushrooms in another pan and added them in at the end. Finished wit a ittle parsley, black pepper and a shake of salt.

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Reviewed On: Mar. 1, 2014
Lime Gelatin Salad I
This has been a tradition at our holiday for years. We leave out the pecans, don't heat the pineapple (our recipe didn't call for that) and sometimes don't whip the cream when short on time. Still turns out great! Oh and an immersion hand blender works beautifully when the jello sets up a little faster than you expected. My husband doesn't like pineapple, so I made him a cherry version. Subbed two 4 oz. boxes of sugar-free black cherry jello, upped the boiling water to 1-1/2 c. and added chopped fresh bing cherries. Yum! Could even add chopped almonds to compliment the cherries. Next? Strawberry-banana walnut? The possibilities are up to you!

15 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jun. 9, 2011
Barbecued Shredded Beef
Followed the recipe as is (using KC Masterpiece orignal). If you try it, I am sure you will change something to suite your taste. HOWEVER, the cooking technique is awesome; shredded beautifully in 5 hours in the oven. Ingredient-wise, unless you are a HUGE fan, I would drop the liquid smoke and also only use 1 bottle of beer. Two teaspoons is WAY too much. Made it again with 1/2 t. smoke and still just - too much. I would say it actually ruins a good basic recipe. Your BBQ sauce will probably be enough for infusing that smokey flavor. Like others, I drain the liquid and only add back in if I need to adjust the consistency.

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Reviewed On: Feb. 20, 2011
 
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