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Recipe Reviews 6 reviews
Southern Candied Sweet Potatoes
I made this recipe yesterday for our Labor Day cookout today. Let me tell you what I did right off the top because I sensed 2 c of sugar was too much for my liking. I used three medium sized sweet potatoes and reduced the sugar to 1/3c brown and 1/3 white. I cooked them in the oven in a casserole dish covered with foil for one hour which allowed the lightly sweetened, yet delicious syrup to penetrate each quarter inch thick sweet potato, making them nice and yummy . Aside from that everything else I followed to the letter. These are by far the BEST candied sweet potatoes I've had in my 42 years on earth! I will be making this recipe my default for all upcoming holidays and I am so thankful that I found this recipe that uses common cupboard items. I wish I could rate it 10 stars because it is truly worthy.

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Reviewed On: Sep. 1, 2014
David's Yellow Cake
I just made this recipe and here's MY opinion of it. First off it made one 9.5" and three 6" round cakes. I used butter instead of shortening (as there's a version of this same recipe that calls for butter in lieu of shortening) and I followed everything else to a T! I do like the recipe as my cakes came out fluffy and moist! The one thing that I find is, the cake could be a little sweeter. I am a cake baker/decorator for many years now and I think I'm going to start using this recipe (+ an additional 1/2c sugar) as the base for my cakes.

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Reviewed On: Aug. 9, 2014
Garlic Chicken Fried Chicken
This is an awesome recipe! I did tweak it to make it my own and here's what I did: I didn't have bread crumbs at the time so I crushed up some garlic flavored croutons, and I used buttermilk. I doubled the recipe because I was using wings and I had to cook about 18 of them. The overall taste of the chicken was delicious! My oldest daughter the pickiest of all three of my girls asked me to make it again the next day. I am trying it today (9/3/10) for dinner with pork chops.

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Reviewed On: Sep. 3, 2010
 
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