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Rebecca Royer Franks

Rebecca Royer Franks
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Living In: Rio Linda, California, USA
Member Since: Sep. 2011
Cooking Level: Expert
Cooking Interests: Grilling & BBQ, Mexican, Southern
Hobbies: Gardening
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Recipe Reviews 4 reviews
Simple Chicken Brine
Very juicy and tasty chicken, and not salty (and I don't rinse the chicken either). My husband was skeptical of "that thing in the bucket in the fridge" but liked the results. I then switched out the 3/4 c soy sauce for 1/2 c each lemon juice and apple cider vinegar and switched the oil with 1 c homemade BBQ sauce (recipe made with ACV, molasses, butter, garlic, onion and lots of spices for a kick). Even better BBQ'd!

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Oct. 25, 2014
Thai Sweet Sticky Rice With Mango (Khao Neeo Mamuang)
I cut back on the rice a bit and scaled up the sugar and salt a bit to accommodate a full can of coconut milk for the rice mixture. Made it a bit saucier, and stayed saucier when refrigerated. I use just the rice portion of this along with the Coconut Ice Cream recipe on this site...and the two together are heavenly.

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Reviewed On: Sep. 21, 2012
Heavenly Health Dog Biscuits
I've been desperate to find a dog biscuit that won't aggravate my dog's skin allergies. When I was at the store tonight I bought most of these ingredients, planning on creating a recipe. Thank you for saving me that work!!! UPDATE August 2014: I've modified this recipe to remove the cheese, yeast, sugar, eggs and chicken broth (still had problems with allergies with those items). I substituted about 2 cups of roasted sweet potatoes and increased the flax to 1 cup and brown rice flour to 2 cups. If I add too much sweet potato, I just increase the flour and oats. The dogs go nuts and camp out by the stove all night while the cookies are drying. We live in east TX now, and I can can still store these for about 2 weeks in a ziploc bag with a little sachet of rice. Good stuff!!

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Reviewed On: Sep. 13, 2012

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