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"Very tasty and fun to make! I live in Denver, so a few adjustments needed to be made--cooked the sugar syrup to 231 degrees, which takes considerably longer than the recipe indicates; however, once the syrup is incorporated into the gelatin, it only took 10 minutes to whip it into a luscious fluffy mixture. As many others did, I increased the vani ..."
Dec 17, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com
"Added about 1/2 cup toasted chopped pecans and reduced the liquid by about 1/3 cup. I live at about 5,280 feet, so I also reduced the baking powder to 1 1/2 teaspoons, and left the baking soda as written. Excellent! My family loves them. Next time I'll replace some of the all purpose flour with whole wheat. I used 3/4 cup of batter in my Oster Bel..."
Oct 17, 2010 on Food.com
"Easy, fast, and delicious! Took these tasty cookies to a tailgate party and they were a hit. Like others, I don't bother with the superfine sugar. I do use the cream of tartar, however, and also used mini chips. Love the baking instructions--simplifies the recipe even more. Couldn't be easier. This is a great cookie for dry climates like Colorado. ..."
Oct 17, 2010 on FoodNetwork.com
"I hate peeling butternut squash, but I love eating it and this soup is worth it. I halved the ingredients for the rub and had just enough to fill an empty spice jar. I WILL make batches for holiday gifts, it's that good.
Followed the recipe pretty much as it's written, except I used an immersion blender to puree the soup. Also, don't toss out t ..."
Sep 22, 2010 on FoodNetwork.com
"Family loved it and I'll certainly make it again. Substituted hazel nuts, as they combine well with goat cheese IMO.
For those who said the dish was not quite done at the specified time--I let the chicken come to room temp before I placed it in the oven. That does make a difference."
Sep 24, 2009 on FoodNetwork.com
"The easiest flan I've ever made. Will certainly use this recipe--or variations I come up with--whenever I make flan.
Just a couple of changes, however. Next time I will bake for 45 minutes. 50 was too much--this could be my oven, however. Also, found this tip from a review of another flan recipe--put the sugar (nothing else in the pan you will ..."
Aug 25, 2008 on FoodNetwork.com
"Yummy! Love any recipe that sneaks in a veggie AND has chocolate! I did find, however, that they needed 18 minutes in the oven. Will also let them cool completely in the muffin tins before removing them next time. Great recipe for my daughter to make when she has friends over."
Feb 2, 2008 on Food.com
"Everyone agreed--my best turkey ever! I've done turkey every way you can think of and this topped them all. I did substitute a quart of orange juice for one quart of the veggie broth. Not one dry shred of white meat. The entire bird was juicy and it was so beautiful. Loved the extra oven space from using my gas grill. I just can't see doing the go ..."
Nov 25, 2007 on FoodNetwork.com