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Fried Cabbage

Reviewed: Jan. 13, 2014
I would suggest that when starting to cook this you use two separate frying pans. Caramelize the cabbage,onions, and pepper in a larger pot using olive oil and slowly saute until transparent. This will bring out the natural sweetness of the cabbage. In another frying pan cook the bacon to desired doneness. Drain off the fat before adding bacon to the sauted vegetables. Add just enough bacon drippings to flavor the dish. Sprinkle with a little Beau Monde Seasoning and serve. Full of flavor without the fat.
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Garlic and Parmesan Dinner Rolls

Reviewed: Jan. 5, 2014
These rolls are great! Can't stop eating them. The rolls rose very high while baking in the oven, surprised about that since I shortened the second proofing time. Followed the rest of the instructions without changes and the rolls turned out perfectly. Chef John's recipes never let me down. Keep on stirring in rolling in the kitchen Johnny!
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Amazing Slow Cooker Chocolate Cake

Reviewed: Mar. 6, 2013
This is a wonderful recipe! I used an all-purpose GLUTEN-FREE flour blend and 2 tsp XANTHUM GUM instead of wheat flour and it was AWESOME!!! There's a rich deep chocolate flavor and a moistness that makes you crave another piece. Absolutely delicious! I used a 5-qt crock pot/slow cooker and the batter filled the bottom third. By the last hour of cooking it rose to almost filling the pot. When I took it out of the pot it measured 3.5 inches. I will be making this again, guaranteed!
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Cream of Green Garlic and Potato Soup

Reviewed: Sep. 23, 2012
I used this recipe as an inspiration for using the remnants of what was in the freezer and pantry. Thanks for the ideas Chef John! Instead of prosciutto I used smoked sausage. The green garlic was replaced by garlic scapes which were in the freezer. Chicken stock was traded for stock that was saved from cooking pork ribs in the slow cooker. A few stray potatoes were rescued from the garden. I added one chopped onion and sauted it in oil with the smoked sausage. No need to add any spices since it was all in the broth and sausage. Then proceeded to follow the directions in the recipe, replacing cream with evaporated milk for a lower fat content. The result: amazingly fabulous! Sounds like a new recipe! And costs pennies to make. Very filling too.
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