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Recipe Reviews 19 reviews
Sweet Habanero Onions
Wow these onions were good! The perfect blend of sweet, spicy, and savory. I made them for hot dogs and they took the hot dogs to a whole other level of deliciousness. I pretty much followed the recipe except I did not add the last tbsp of butter at the end. I thought that was just overkill and I didn't miss it at all. I was a little bit leery of putting a whole habanero because habaneros are no joke when it comes to being hot. I just put a smallish one and it was perfect. These onions would also be perfect on hamburgers. Make sure you don't slice the onions too thin because they'll dry out and be tough. You want nice strips so that they will caramelize well. Thanks for posting this Doug and my tummy thanks you too!

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Reviewed On: Jun. 19, 2014
Basic British Scones
I really like the scones from Tea and Sympathy so I was excited to try this recipe, but I ended up being totally disappointed. The scones looked just like the one in the picture but I didn't like the texture or the flavor.

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Reviewed On: Apr. 20, 2013
Heavenly Halibut
I followed the ingredients as listed, except before I put the mayo mixture on the fish, I sprinkled a little garlic powder and Old Bay on the fish. After I put the mayo mixture I sprinkled fresh cracked black pepper and a little more Old Bay for presentation. I was slightly worried that all the seasoning might affect the delicate flavor of the halibut but it turned out perfect! Habanero Tobasco in the mayo mixture kicked it up a notch. I baked at 375 for 25 minutes and then I browned the top under the broiler. Very little effort for a delicious dish. Thanks for posting!

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Reviewed On: Mar. 20, 2013
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