Simple Recipe

Esperance, NY

#41 Mar 10, 2011
The recipe is too simple to believe really, don't make it so complicated.
nxs

United States

#42 Jun 18, 2012
Old CR Thomas employee wrote:
The reason that it taste wrong is because the recipe is wrong if you are going to post it make sure you get it right
okay. Then you post the correct recipe so we can all enjoy the shroom with honey mustard sauce the cr Thomas way. Please
rollin over

Ironton, OH

#43 Jun 18, 2012
nxs wrote:
<quoted text> okay. Then you post the correct recipe so we can all enjoy the shroom with honey mustard sauce the cr Thomas way. Please
They used a recipe that we made it by taste most of the time. I made it a few times, you can get the ingredients and put it together for yourself!
ole bill c

Columbus, OH

#44 Jun 18, 2012
calihans at kyova mall has the exact same honey mustard
Pete3d

Orange, VA

#45 Jun 20, 2012
I miss cr's. Thanx for tips on similar restaurants
yes

United States

#46 Jun 20, 2012
I worked at the one in ironton for a while left right before they closed still remember how to make the chicken Alfredo
hmm

United States

#47 Jun 29, 2012
rollin over wrote:
<quoted text>They used a recipe that we made it by taste most of the time. I made it a few times, you can get the ingredients and put it together for yourself!
great! What are the ingredients for the honey mustard sauce?
THE Right Recipe

Hadley, PA

#48 Jul 20, 2012
Honey Mustard- 16 oz Honey, 1qt. mayo, 3/4 cup white vinegar, 1 cup sugar, 1 tsp mustard, Mix well with wisk and referigate this is the best I have tasted.
OLDMAN

Ironton, OH

#49 Jul 20, 2012
I CAN'T BELIEVE THIS 48 POSTS AND ONLY ONE REALLY NEGATIVE THING SAID. nO MENTION OF DRUGS OR SKANKS. THIS HAS GOT TO BE A RECORD. TO ME THIS IS WHAT A FORUM IS ABOUT HELPING PEOPLE AND HAVING A DECENT CONVERSATION. CRs HADTO BE A GREAT PLACE TO GET THS KJND OF RESPONSE ON HERE. THERE IS HOPE YET.
ole bill c

Columbus, OH

#50 Jul 21, 2012
OLDMAN wrote:
I CAN'T BELIEVE THIS 48 POSTS AND ONLY ONE REALLY NEGATIVE THING SAID. nO MENTION OF DRUGS OR SKANKS. THIS HAS GOT TO BE A RECORD. TO ME THIS IS WHAT A FORUM IS ABOUT HELPING PEOPLE AND HAVING A DECENT CONVERSATION. CRs HADTO BE A GREAT PLACE TO GET THS KJND OF RESPONSE ON HERE. THERE IS HOPE YET.
Wouldn't it be great of all the threads were used for the better good like this? One can only hope
CR Thomas

Springfield, NJ

#52 Sep 24, 2012
All these restaurants have similar food bc they originated from the same person, Bobby Thomas.. They r his recipes for the honey mustard. He's brother n law now owns rjs & calihans, so he has all the recipes frm bobby. Bobby is an amazing cook
love to eat out mom

Canal Winchester, OH

#53 Sep 27, 2012
kbvj10 wrote:
My moms husband was married to Cheryl Thomas and he was manager at C.R.'s. He has the recipe for the honey mustard. It is for a HUGE recipe though, you would have to cut it down alot.
are you meaning jeff adama well i know him i will just ask him for recipe then thank you for letting me on on this clue cherly works at bob evans now i believe
kid

Ashland, KY

#54 Sep 28, 2012
love to eat out mom wrote:
<quoted text>are you meaning jeff adama well i know him i will just ask him for recipe then thank you for letting me on on this clue cherly works at bob evans now i believe
They never touched a wisk in their life! If you want to do it right, follow your heart! That's why. You should find them and consult with their failures.
CRcook

Seabrook, TX

#55 Oct 3, 2012
I started working their when minimum wage had just changed from 3.85 to 4.25 started at 4.50. I worked there for 12 years on an off I have worked every station in the kitchen including prep. I have memorized almost every item there Yeah even their Honey Mustard I made it for years I started their on the broiler on a Friday night in Ironton when people were literally wrapped around the corner.
Looking for old former employees email me at [email protected] or Facebook me Bill, Greg, Chris
CRcook

Seabrook, TX

#56 Oct 3, 2012
The recipes for the sauces here all wrong for one reason it was apple cider vinegar not white vinegar we used Mayo in both but Grey pupon mustard only in cajun sauce dry mustard in honey Mustard only. Eggs where used but not in Kentucky. I can honestly say that I was one of the best cooks there if you ate there over 10 years ago there's a good chance I helped make it
CRcook

Seabrook, TX

#57 Oct 3, 2012
CRcook wrote:
I started working their when minimum wage had just changed from 3.85 to 4.25 started at 4.50. I worked there for 12 years on an off I have worked every station in the kitchen including prep. I have memorized almost every item there Yeah even their Honey Mustard I made it for years I started their on the broiler on a Friday night in Ironton when people were literally wrapped around the corner.
Looking for old former employees email me at [email protected] or Facebook me Bill, Greg, Chris
with eggs and without
trying to find the receip

Ashland, KY

#58 Oct 3, 2012
Ok, can someone please give the REAL receipe? I tried to make one I found online tonight but it's not the right one.....RJ Kahuna's is great as is Marshall Cafe's, both are like CR Thomas used to have.....And also, to make a small cup of it, not a huge amount...
CRcook

Seabrook, TX

#59 Oct 3, 2012
trying to find the receip wrote:
Ok, can someone please give the REAL receipe? I tried to make one I found online tonight but it's not the right one.....RJ Kahuna's is great as is Marshall Cafe's, both are like CR Thomas used to have.....And also, to make a small cup of it, not a huge amount...
This recipe is for about 100 servings
Honey Mustard
3 gallons of mayo
3 5lb jugs of honey
6 Cups APPLE CIDER VINEGAR
6 cups of sugar
3 tbls dry yellow mustard
36 eggs (Ironton only)
For best results desolve sugar in vinegar

Cajun sauce
3 gallons Mayo
3 1lb jars of Grey popound mustard
6 cups of sugar
Each recipe is for about 100 servings. If you want a smaller amount you will have to convert down. I made all the sauces for better than 2 years I still remember how to make everything there you want recipes email me at [email protected]
Or if you want a conversion formula for smaller portions it's really easy just to long to explain to type
CRcook

Seabrook, TX

#60 Oct 3, 2012
THE Right Recipe wrote:
Honey Mustard- 16 oz Honey, 1qt. mayo, 3/4 cup white vinegar, 1 cup sugar, 1 tsp mustard, Mix well with wisk and referigate this is the best I have tasted.
Not quite APPLE CIDER VINEGAR not white and only a half cup of sugar. 3 eggs (optional) I assume you broke it down by 12
Cajun sauce
1 qt mayo
16 oz Honey
1 half cup of sugar
8 oz Grey popound mustard
senior

Ashland, KY

#61 Oct 3, 2012
CRcook wrote:
<quoted text>
Not quite APPLE CIDER VINEGAR not white and only a half cup of sugar. 3 eggs (optional) I assume you broke it down by 12
Cajun sauce
1 qt mayo
16 oz Honey
1 half cup of sugar
8 oz Grey popound mustard
Bill awnswer my e-mail! Thanks

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