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"ORANGE cranberry muffins! I didn't have a lemon, but I did have a rather tart orange, so I used the recipe as written and everywhere it called for lemon, I used orange. I did add 1 tsp orange extract. I love the tinge of tartness when I get a bite of cranberry, but I think next time I'll cut the cranberries in quarters instead of half. Great recip..."
Nov 28, 2010 on Food.com
"This is a very good recipe, but I think the COOK (me made some kind of mistake. Mine were so thin and ran together, so I had to use a spatula to cut them into squares in the first 2 pans. I added another cup of oats and that seemed to help somewhat. What was good about this recipe is that they are chewy instead of crumbly. I sent the batch (even..."
Jul 1, 2010 on Food.com
"Excellent pie crust! I used my food processor and had it mixed in no time at all. We wanted to experiment with our outdoor pie iron (long handled for camp fires and cook in our wood stove coals. It worked, but is a bit crumbly and hard to handle. We did two with the pie iron, but I will use the standard frying procedure for the remainder of the d..."
Apr 15, 2010 on Food.com
"This is absolutely the best crust we've ever eaten. We LOVED the crunchy texture. I didn't get it quite as thin as we prefer because handling it with the hot baking stone was a little awkward. I'm sure that with practice, I'll get it right. I definitely WILL use this often because we love pizza.The instructions for adding toppings were also help..."
Sep 8, 2009 on Food.com
"I, too, selected this recipe because I didn't want to separate egg whites and yolks. I also had some "white whole wheat flour" with 100% wheat germ and bran (King Arthur brand that I needed to use. Since the recipe already has soda as one of the ingredients, I figured it wouldn't have to be changed. Sure enough, the waffles were *perfect*! I was ..."
Feb 18, 2009 on Food.com
"Excellent recipe. I did not have a can of pie filling, so I used a cup of apple sauce with one medium apple chopped into it (peel & all. I also added about 1/4 brown sugar and cinnamon to the applesauce/apple filling -- we like lots of cinnamon. I also used the crumb topping and added pecans (locally grown and lots of cinnamon. I certainly will ..."
Nov 15, 2008 on Food.com
"We loved this meatloaf. I have hanging baskets with fresh herbs, sage, rosemary, thyme, parsley, so I used the appropriate amount of chopped fresh rosemary and thyme. I also used chopped small onion (didn't have the dried. The freshly made meatloaf was delicious but the fresh herbs seemed a bit strong. There are only two of us, so I sliced the re..."
May 10, 2008 on Food.com
"I have been making pie crusts for many years using the standard shortening recipe. We love this one. I used extra light olive oil (no canola and chilled it before rolling. To keep it from falling apart, I layered it between sheets of overlapped cling wrap. After it was thin, I peeled the top wrap off, turned the pie plate over the crust, and pres..."
Nov 22, 2006 on Food.com
"Great recipe. I have eaten this salad at a nearby salad buffet and had to search to find the recipe. What they and I did that I really like is we chop the broccoli so that no piece is larger than the size of the golden raisins. I like the smaller pieces because when you get a forkful, it's not just broccoli -- it has bits and pieces of everything...."
May 26, 2006 on Food.com
"Very easy to prepare. We travel in a motorhome that has only a combination convection/microwave oven. The convection oven baked the bread perfectly. Once when I was out of bananas, I substituted 1 C. applesauce and 1+ tsp of cinnamon. We love the bread sliced and toasted for breakfast. I made my own caster (fine sugar from organic sugar (coarse..."
Apr 21, 2006 on Food.com