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Recipe Reviews 3 reviews
Chef John's Remoulade 2.0
love Chef John, he demonstrates all his videos wonderfully. I learn better ways of cooking watching his videos. Wish I could get more of them.

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Reviewed On: Jun. 22, 2015
Tangy Honey Glazed Ham
absolutely loved the Tangy honey ham! fixed first time for this Christmas,2014. DEFINITELY A KEEPER AND WILL PREPARE AGAIN MANY MORE TIMES I'M SURE!! THANKS FOR SHARING.

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Reviewed On: Dec. 28, 2014
Pickled Peaches
this is the recipe my mother loved. we always opened a jar of these and served with thanksgiving & Christmas meals every year; it was always a 'special' treat for us growing up; thanks for the memories as well as the recipe. Mama always had to buy these and they were quite expensive during our growing up years back in early 60's and up until now; always tried to find them for these two holidays and once opened & kept in refrigerator they would last for a very long shelf life. hard to find them any more so glad to be able to make my own now. again, thanks. The peaches we had from the store pickled were canned whole; peeled but still had the pit inside to help hold the peaches intact I imagine but when you ate the peaches did not affect the taste of the peaches by having pit inside peaches. easy to remove at time of eating so still pleasurable regardless how they were canned but I do know they were much prettier to serve whole with a few of the cloves in the juice straight from the jar; we always only put In a little of the juices though to keep from looking dry but were awesome. these could also be eaten next morning on toast like a jam/preserves just make sure too remove all spices and simply smash with a fork to make spreadable..yum!!! toast bread; spread with a dab of butter or can use a bit creamed cheese as a base and then slather on peach spread... OMG!! GIVE IT A TRY FOR SURE YOU'LL LOVE THE SPICYNESS WITH THE CRUNCH OF THE TOAST.GREAT EATING WITH HOT BEVERAGE.

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Reviewed On: Jul. 13, 2013
 
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