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"Oh my! Those are good. I can see that I'll be making these a lot while I have a surplus of zucchini and summer squash. I even forgot to squeeze the excess liquid out and they still came out beautifully."
"OMG!!! I love it! This recipe is exactly what I was looking for in a lemon bar...more tart than sweet. And it's easy to make too. I followed the instructions to a "T" and it's perfect as written in my opinion."
"Amazing chocolate cookies! I made a couple of changes though... I added 1 Cup chopped dried cherries, 1 cup of chopped walnuts, and I decreased the amount of chocolate chips to 1 cup. They are so addictively good, that my fiance doesn't want me give them out for Christmas!"
"Holy Crap! Now I never have to go to my local Indian Restaurant again. Fan(freekin)tastic! Ok, now I did make a couple of changes... I subbed unsweetened coconut milk for the whipping cream because I know they use it in the tikkal masala at my local restaurant, then added 1-1/2 Tbls. sugar and 2 Tbls. finely chopped fresh cilantro. These minor..."
"I figure I had better write a review on this since I end up making it about once a month. I've tried a couple other carrot cake recipes that are posted here on zaar, but none of them are as good as this one. After making it the first time, I made a couple of modifications. I cut the sugar to 1-1/2 cups, because the only coconut I can get is swe..."
"I had no oranges, but I have this Meyer lemon tree in my living room, and all the lemons are ripening. So I subbed lemon juice and zest for the orange and used lemon extract instead of vanilla. They came out excellent! Winter is really dragging on here in Chicago and I needed a taste of spring. I love the light summertime flavor of the lemons ..."
"The last time I made a traditional roux for gumbo, I stood in front of the stove for 45 minutes. Using the microwave, it took about 10 minutes total (that includes the stir time inbetween). This actually works really well. And it's most likely the best roux I've made yet. The proof will be tonight when I get to taste the fruits of my labor in ..."
"I took these for a test bake yesterday before serving them to my guests today at our Super Bowl party. Wow are these good! I'm going to have to make another batch today before everyone comes over because I ate half the pan by myself last night."