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Recipe Reviews 4 reviews
Best Fried Walleye
This is more or less "exactly" how its supposed to be done! It can be difficult (at best!) to get it all down on a single piece of paper....my notes would be to let the coatings set for a bit, that they adhere that much better....and I would be using lard, as opposed oil, but that's just me, but everything else in this recipe is fully correct!

12 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Sep. 6, 2013
Irish Steaks
Irish beef is superb, of course. Letting it flame up a bit to crisp/sear is another technique, but there's almost everything right, and certainly nothing wrong with this recipe! Easy to see why it is featured!

3 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Oct. 8, 2012
Bloody Mary Cocktail
Very like the Cdn Bloody Caesar, using clamato juice in liue of tomato juice. No worchestshire sauce for me, but thats a personal preferance. Would like a "spear" across the top of this, with a couple steamed shrimp, choritzo or garlic sausage, pickled onion, cherry tomato, or sliced pepper to bring it up to speed. Noteably missing a celery salt component, let along the lemon juice/celery salt dusted rimming... Getting "really" picky, I'd favour Frank's hot sauce over Tobasco (McInerny type) as the latter is sort of sour/vinegary.. Sadly this thing just blows your sodium control out of the water...where I love my caesars, I only get one every once in a while, and so get sort of "picky" about how good they have to be...

8 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Aug. 10, 2012
 
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