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Buck & Suzy's Kitchen

Buck & Suzy's Kitchen
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Recipe Reviews 7 reviews
English Toffee
I've made this recipe several times. it is perfect every time. one of the keys is to cook this until it is hard candy. i've been making candy for years from old recipes - some handed down from family. i was taught to test the candy in a cup of cold water. this means when you think the candy is done down a bit of it into cold water. when it is crunchy in the cold water you know it is done for toffee. this IS just at that point where the color of the candy/caramel changes and starts to darken. pull it of NOW. : ) i pour this into a rectangle cake pan lined with parchment paper. then i add whole roasted almonds - a few scattered and pushed in so that they are inside the toffee. : ) then i do put the chocolate chips on top while it is hot. this works perfectly. a few minutes later the chips are melted and i use a spatula to spread the chocolate over all of the toffee. after this i quickly sprinkle chunks and ground up roasted almonds. i put the almonds in the food processor and pulse so there are some big chunks and some small and some crushed. wala!!! perfecto!

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Reviewed On: Dec. 20, 2012
Easy Curried Cauliflower
The seasonings are right on but the consistency is right off. it was dry. the photo shows a liquid and um there wasn't one so I added plain yogurt for a low fat version. I think adding coconut milk would be a more flavorful version.

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Reviewed On: Dec. 20, 2012
Caribbean Sweet Potato Salad
This was a really nice salad with a twist for my Jamaican dinner for 50. Very interesting combination of sweet potatoes, corn, cucumbers, etc. the funny thing is that some people were turning their nose up at first but when they tried it they loved it and went back for seconds. One of the keys to this is to make sure you don't over cook the vegetables. make sure to pull the sweet potatoes and potatoes off the burner as soon as you stick a fork in them and it slides out easily. this was even better the second day with all of the juices mixing together. very interesting and fun and enjoyed by all. thank you!

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Reviewed On: Jul. 11, 2012

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