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Recipe Reviews 11 reviews
Beer Bread I
This is my favorite go-to recipe for a quick bread, so simple I've even got it memorized and am asked for the recipe often. We even take it on vacation - I just mix the dry ingredients (using the tips for making homemade self-rising flour) in a gallon ziplock baggie, mark the temp & time to cook on the bag, then mix a bottle of beer right in the baggie, squeeze into a pan and bake. I've even made it without a loaf pan - the dough is thick enough you can make a mounded "artisanal" loaf right on a greased cookie sheet. If I have butter I put it on top - but just put a couple of pats right on top. Why dirty an extra dish to melt it when you're putting it in a hot oven? Thanks so much for the simple, wonderful recipe.

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Reviewed On: Jun. 10, 2013
Sausage Coddle
I made this for guests for St. Patrick's Day - everyone had seconds and said it was really good. I used Italian sausages as it was all I had on hand, and I think that was the key to the flavor. I know it's not very authentic :) but plain pork sausages would have been too bland as others have said. We also grilled the sausages outside (because the weather was cooperating), and sauteed the onions in the bacon drippings before assembling (as I saw on another version of this recipe). Last tweak - about halfway through baking it looked like the top layer of potatoes was starting to dry out so I spritzed them with olive oil.

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Reviewed On: Mar. 18, 2012
Spanish Pork with White Wine
Was looking for a pork tapas recipe, so cut and pounded boneless chops into small cutlets. Sauteed in oil & butter with sliced garlic, simmered in liquid about 25 minutes. Added about a Tbs. of flour to remaining liquid for a delicious gravy. Overall was a bit salty, though I think that may have been me over-seasoning the cutlets in the beginning. Definately will make again!

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Reviewed On: Oct. 28, 2010

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