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Recipe Reviews 3 reviews
Roasted Pumpkin Seeds
First off, the boiling suggested by some reviewers isn't necessary if you soak the seeds in a bowl of water immediately after digging them out of the pumpkins and just scrub them between your hands once in awhile when you plop another handful into the bowl. Most of the guts come off easily. I allowed the seeds to dry about 24 hrs. I had twice the amount called for and I wanted spicy garlic-flavored seeds, so I used 2 tbsp homemade pepper oil (olive oil and red pepper flakes does nicely - let the mixture sit at least 24 hrs before using), and then mixed together 1tbsp sea salt and several healthy shakes of garlic powder and stirred that into the oiled seeds. I roasted them as the recipe directs and they're DELICIOUS!!! Totally addictive with just a hint of spicy heat.

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Reviewed On: Oct. 19, 2010
Easy Hoppin' John
Nothing to write home about. Pretty blah in flavor. You should DEFINITELY adjust the cayenne unless your family LOVES hot n' spicy food. I'd cut it in half (at least) for most people, my family included - my older kids could barely eat it and they're used to spicy food. The youngest couldn't eat it at all. I wish I'd chosen a different recipe for my first taste of blackeye peas.

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Reviewed On: Jan. 26, 2010
Grandmother's Buttermilk Cornbread
Not too sweet, not too dense. I made this a couple nights ago and my kids DEVOURED it! They were asking to have the last of it for dessert (INSTEAD of ice cream!) This even after I'd accidentally set the temperature too high, making the bread turn out a bit dry. Tonight I'm making it again, but I'll double-check the temp. I've copied this one down. As another reviewer stated, this is now OUR family cornbread!

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Reviewed On: Aug. 21, 2009

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