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Recipe Reviews 5 reviews
Green Bean Bundles
This was the second time I've made these. They look wonderful and taste wonderful and are easy to make. They make a lovely presentation on special occasions - but are so easy and tasty that you don't need to wait for one! Thank you for a recipe that I have already made again!

5 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Nov. 24, 2003
Succotash
I wanted to make this ahead for Thanksgiving. I thought it sounded wonderful when I was reading it. It did turn out wonderful. I cannot wait to serve it to my guests. I do have a suggestion, however... Make it when fresh corn and tomatoes are in season. I used fresh corn and tomatoes but had to buy frozen lima beans. I doubled the recipe and with the vegies being out of season, spent about $20.00 just to make it. That's ok this one time - it's a special occasion and everyone is going to love it! I had to find out how to skin the tomatoes, because I didn't know. You wash them and remove the stem. Boil a pot of water deep enough to cover the largest tomatoe. Have a container with ice water with ice floating it it ready - also enough to be able to submerse all of the tomatoes you plan to do. Cut a small shallow x on the bottom of each tomatoe. Put them in the boiling water, doing 1 at a time, for 30 seconds (really, just 30 seconds), and them put them in the ice water for 5 minutes. They came out beautiful! Thanks for a great recipe!

44 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Nov. 24, 2003
Southern Collard Greens
This was the first time I made these myself. I grew up eating collard greens, but it was usually my mom, and then my husband who made them. When it came time to add the greens to the pot, I was afraid that there wasn't enough water to support the simmer time, so I added more. The pot was so big and the greens filled it to the top. They turned out great in spite of the extra water. I do realize now, that I didn't need to do that. I will make this recipe again. Thank you!

3 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Nov. 24, 2003
 
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