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Recipe Reviews 13 reviews
Yummy Sweet Potato Casserole
Although I haven't actually tried this specific recipe, it's very similar to the sweet potato dish my family has always made for the holidays, especially with the pecan topping. Just a couple tips to make it easier-if you boil the sweet potatoes whole until soft, the skin just falls off and then they are very easy to mash. Also, for the topping, our recipe is very similar, except we use 1 cup brown sugar, 1/3 cup flour, 1 cup chopped pecans and 1 stick butter. Melt the butter, and just mix everything together, then spoon over the sweet potatoes. I hope you enjoy this Southern dish (hence all the pecans!) as much as we always have! I much prefer the crunchy pecan topping (a nice contrast to the sweet potatoes) to anything with marshmallows! :)

28 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jun. 23, 2005
Get a Husband Brunswick Stew
As a girl who grew up in Georgia and has lately been living in Colorado, it's so great to have a recipe for this, as you won't find it anywhere outside the South and the only way I can get it is to make it myself! This recipe turned out great, just like it should have tasted! The only modification I made was to use only one can of the creamed corn (not being a huge fan of canned cream corn) and added additional frozen corn kernals. Also, a couple notes-Hot Sauce (like Tobasco) is essential, not so much to make it spicy but to really give it the flavor that makes it brunswick stew. Also, many southerners would never add vegetables (potatoes, green beans, oh the sacrilige!!). So, if you want a true brunswick stew, stick to the basics (onion, etc.) in the recipe. Also, instead of the ground pork it is also good with shredded pork roast. This is especially great when eaten with BBQ on a fall Saturday afternoon watching a football game! Thanks so much for a great recipe!!

20 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Oct. 8, 2004
Lime Chicken Soft Tacos
I loved these! Like previous suggestions, I marinated the chicken in the sauce for several hours, then cooked under the broiler (second best to the grill which I would do in summer, I wanted that "browned" taste), then chopped and simmered in additional sauce. Also, I used fresh cilantro in place of oregano, adding more as the chicken simmered. YUM!! We actually ate on crunchy corn tortillas, reminded me of the chicken tacos you get in "fast-food" Mexican places. Definitely will make again!

0 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Apr. 17, 2004

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