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Recipe Reviews 3 reviews
Syracuse Salt Potatoes
I grew up with this recipe in upstate NY, with new potatoes that were in the ground just hours before. Make sure you do NOT peel or cut the potatoes; doing so will make the dish inedible. New potatoes are smaller than a chicken's egg; this recipe simply won't work with larger potatoes. And use unsalted butter.

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Dec. 13, 2012
Simple Beef Short Ribs
Very simple, but delicious; it's all but throwing it all in a pot and letting it cook. The onions melt away, making for a simple sauce. Works very well with a cheap roast cut as well, and for a slow cooker. I alter it sometimes by adding mushrooms and carrots and other veg you'd add to a beef stew or pot roast.

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Dec. 5, 2012
Chocolate Chip Banana Bread I
Years ago I happened upon banana chocolate chip muffins in a bakery and fell in love with the flavor combination. This is a very close approximation of a recipe I've been using for a while (but lost in a move). It's very tasty; I actually like it best a few days old, toasted, with a very thin schmear of butter. It got to be a bit of a tradition with some friends on cool autumn weekends. The one thing I would change is to only to mix about half of the chocolate chips in the batter, and after pouring about 2/3s of the batter into the pan, sprinkled on most of the remaining, then sprinkling the very last on top before placing in the oven.

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Reviewed On: Nov. 17, 2012
 
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