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Recipe Reviews 5 reviews
Mexican Style Shredded Pork
I tried this recipe last week following the recipe exactly. I wasn't impressed.. at all. In fact it was the furthest thing from that recognizable Tex Mex succulent richness as could be. Even the cooking time was to long resulting in the pork being dry. Last night I tried a second time adding many of the suggestions I found here (corona beer, cumin, onion, a mix of canned and fresh peppers, etc.) Cut the cooking time by 30 minutes. It finally earned the 5 stars I've seen so many give this dish. And had that authentic Tex Mex'ness. However, by the time I was able to get this to that 5 star rated dish it was no longer close to the original recipe.

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Reviewed On: Nov. 20, 2013
Slow Cooker Beef Stroganoff I
This was awful. Stroganoff isn't salty. This was unbelievably salty. I made this exactly to the directions and found the meat was overcooked. But more than anything the saltiness put me off.

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Reviewed On: Oct. 20, 2013
Ultimate Potato Soup
I tried this recipe & as Thumper mentioned found it very salty. I began adapting & came up with a potato soup, while quite different, but I thought worth a mention. I used a cup more potatoes than the recipe called for(we like ours more chunky so they were cut into about 1/2"chunks. I put a pound of baby carrots to simmer in a pot filled with chicken stock (stock is a personal preference). Added a corn cob (The cob gives the most amazing flavor to any soup or stew).(cut the kernels off the cob & save the cobs in the freezer). I decided to use bacon & a spicy link sausage (cut into think bite size rounds) and put those together to sauté in a skillet. When finished I drained the bacon and sausage & set aside. In the same skillet I added a little butter & sautéed onion, celery, garlic & cracked pepper then added those to the pot with the carrots. At that point I added 2 small drained cans of chopped green chilis I had on hand. My soup was growing but smelled amazing. I dug in my refrigerator and found part of a head of cabbage. Washed and chopped into fair size chunks, it was destined for my soup. At this point I added the potatoes but kept aside a cup to cook alone (mash & add to thicken). About 10 minutes before the potatoes were cooked I added the bacon, Sausage, Milk & cabbage. When that was done I added the mashed potatoes & shredded cheddar cheese. Then salt and pepper to taste.

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Reviewed On: Oct. 20, 2013

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