southernfried's Recipe Reviews
Posted 6/28/2012 11:21:35 PM
It's Watermelon people! Use watermelon flavored jello to flavor the cake! For the rind, no jellybeans! This isn't an Easter cake. I dipped a toothpick in dark green paste food coloring and ran it through the icing for the distinctive striations on a watermelon rind. (That's what the green icing on the cake represents). Great idea,Betty, just executed poorly. But thanks for the Idea! :D
Posted 5/22/2012 3:37:56 PM
Posted 10/23/2011 2:15:35 PM
Quick, easy and flavorful. We all loved it and will make it again! I often wonder about those people who use the word "bland" when describing a dish. Do they know the meaning of the word in terms of food? How could anything with BBQ sauce in it be "bland"? Sometimes I think it must be there own taste buds that are "bland".
Posted 7/28/2011 7:13:59 PM
Tropical Fruit, Rice and Tuna Salad
Actually, "jimmiej48fan", I added the small red grapes to this salad, and it gave it that Pop of color that it needed, and a little tartness that enhanced the other flavors. Thanks for the idea! I also tried this using small fresh shrimp that I sauteed in butter and, course ground pink pepper corn with a pinch of salt,instead of the tuna.
Posted 7/18/2011 2:20:31 AM
I agree with "jimmysag". The ingredient list does not match the photo at all. I looked at the photo and thought, now that looks delicious. I read the ingredient list and thought, there are a lot of ingredients missing. As written, this is a boring recipe. Add red and yellow bell pepper, zucchini,summer or sometimes called yellow crookneck squash. Use a fresh good quality paprika,preferably of the hot variety like Hungarian. Serve over the wide egg noodles and top with a good shaved or grated Parmesan cheese. Add some warm hearty crusty bread along side and enjoy!
Posted 6/17/2011 4:32:15 PM
Grilled Beer-Can Chicken with Spicy Chili Rub
I love this recipe! I found that if I can't get out and grill and use the beer can method, I will brine the chicken in beer and chicken broth, equal parts, enough to cover chicken. Then pat chicken dry, rub with dry rub and put it in my rotisserie. I cook it according to my rotisserie's directions and YUM!