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Andrea Duncan

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Recipe Reviews 68 reviews
Slow-Cooked, Texas-Style Beef Brisket
Lose the coffee. I've tried this several times as I've searched for a brisket recipe that my honeybunny will like (he doesn't like the traditional Irish application) and I keep trying to tweak this one and it's come down to the coffee - lose it. I also added some smoked paprika, cumin and a packet of beefy onion soup mix. MUCH BETTER! Seriously though, the coffee needs to go. I finally put my finger on it and that's what it was. With those additions and the omission of the coffee it's fabulous!

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Reviewed On: May 27, 2013
Japanese Chicken Wings
I read another review and decided to bake instead of fry - well, sort of. I put a few pats of butter and several large spoonfuls of coconut oil into a broiler pan (foil lined) and then placed the flour dredged wings (didn't use egg, the flour stuck just fine)side by side in it. I cooked in a 400 degree oven, 20 minutes on each side, but I did kick it up to 450 in the last 5 minutes (only one drumette was overcooked, the rest of the wings and drumettes were perfect). I also doubled the sauce (using my own homemade garlic/soy sauce) because there never seems to be enough and I'm glad I did. I poured half over them and the other half when I flipped, making sure to stir thoroughly. WOW! This was like candied, garlic chicken wings!!! Amazingly good and sticky! YUM! Definitely a keeper and SO EASY! Oh, we ate them with a little ranch dressing, uberlicious! Thank you for the recipe!!!

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Reviewed On: May 19, 2013
Rock Salt Encrusted Prime Rib
I used fresh rosemary from my garden and just stripped it from the branches and wound up using 3 cups of water to get that sticky texture for the coating - this was absolutely DIVINE! Extremely juicy and the BEST flavor of any salt encrusted roast I've ever made - I'm so glad I couldn't find the recipe I usually go to~ Thank you SO much for sharing!!!

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Reviewed On: Nov. 28, 2012
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