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Recipe Reviews 3 reviews
BBQ Sauce
I'm happy that I read the reviews first! I omitted the water until the end. I followed the recipe exactly and added onion powder, chipotle powder, fresh garlic, a little honey, worcestershire sauce and some black and red pepper. So basically it's a great jump off point that I plan on using all the time. You can make the base and then add what works for you. it's great. I simmered it on the stove a bit to bring out the flavors and used it immediately. YUM!

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Oct. 21, 2013
Valentine Night Strawberries
Ok, I have reviewed this item before but I just got so excited that I had to fill you in on my "follow up" dessert. So after filling 3 pints of strawberries for a party I realized I had a lot of delicious filling left over. I looked around and found the remaining graham crackers and decided to make "ice cream" sandwiches. I put the filling between two grahams and froze them, WOW. This was the hit of the night.

2 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Feb. 14, 2013
Pork Tacos
I found this recipe one night when I basically had nothing left in my fridge. I had a frozen pork chop and a few potatoes. I salted and peppered the chop and browned it on each side and then put it to the side and later pulled it apart. I shredded two potatoes and seasoned with salt, pepper, taco seasoning, cumin, chili powder, and some garlic powder. I cooked the potatoes with a quarter of a chopped onion for a few mins then threw the pork back in with a splash or two of beer. I then followed up with the water as the recipe stated and simmered away. I scooped it into a tortilla with some cheese, hot sauce, sour cream, and salsa and it was amazing!! What a great mid week fix!

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Reviewed On: Jun. 29, 2010
 
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