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"I used this recipe for Easter dinner. My guests just loved the taste and it was so easy to make. This recipe is bound to be a favorite for my family."
"This recipe was very easy to make. I chose to alter the recipe by using half and half.(I personally think it would have been better to use the whipping cream.) A very exotic type dish with the combination of raisins, kumquats and shrimp. My family wasn't to excited about the dish."
"The recipe was fairly easily to make. The hardest part was removing the tiny seeds from the kumquat. The combination of the nuts and kumquat is delicious. Shared the loaf I made with family and the liked it a lot. Best when eaten hot with butter."
"Made this recipe for Girl Scout Thinking Day, my troop had to prepare a food item from Egypt. The bread was fairly easy to make. The bread was tasty and like all breads taste best when it comes right out of the oven. The majority of the girls in the troop really liked the bread."
"Very easy recipe to make. A good way to use dried fruit. Found the recipe to be a little bit to sweet for my family's taste. Would recommend the recipe if you like a sweet tasting meat. Served this dish over rice so you can enjoy the gravy."
"This bread was so easy to make and tasted so yummy! Made this recipe in the oven but would love to try and make this recipe while camping with my girl scout troop. My girl scouts troop shared their damper with other girl scouts during our recent "Thinking Day" celebrate in which my troop was studying Australia. Best when right out of the oven a..."
"The biscuits/cookie were yummy. Made a batch for my girl scout troop because we were studying about Australia and the girls just loved them. They are easy to make but you have to love coconut. "
"The chicken and mushroom dish is easy to make and so yummy. My sister, husband and kids love it. Adding garlic to the recipe is a great idea and removing the skin from the chicken cuts down the fat."
"The soup was very hearty and my husband loved it. I used Italian turkey sausage (about a 1/2 a pound) to cut down on the fat and substituted a smaller can (14.5 size) of italian style diced tomatoes."