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    Dobby the kitchen elf

    Member since Apr 2002

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    Reviewed Gluten-Free Multigrain Miracle Bread

    Sunday, Feb 20, 2011 on
     |  22 Reviews  |  By What's Cooking?
    LinMarie says:

    "For anyone looking to make flour substitutions, check here first:

    might help when trying to figure out the right proportions to avoid a dense bread or one that falls after baking. If it doesn't help, you've lost nothing."

    Reviewed Banana Banana Bread

    Saturday, Jun 12, 2010 on
     |  (1 person found this helpful) |  862 Reviews  |  By Shelley Albeluhn
    LinMarie says:

    "For a really extra special treat, once you pour the dough/mix into the pans, sprinkle some brown sugar and/or chopped nuts on top. It's personal preference which decides how much you add. I guarantee you'll NOT be sorry."

    Reviewed Maple Roasted Pork Tenderloin

    Thursday, Sep 10, 2009 on
     |  (1 person found this helpful) |  13 Reviews  |  By Shawnee TX
    LinMarie says:

    "Love this recipe! I've made it about 5 times now and here's my tip. For those that find the citrus a bit overpowering, it's not the orange zest, rather, it's the coriander from my experience. Cut back to 1 tsp or even 1/2 tsp and you'll have a sweeter dish with more of a maple flavour. Double the sauce and enjoy it over a nice rice if you have swe..."

    Reviewed World's Best Lasagna

    Tuesday, Jan 11, 2005 on
     |  20 Reviews  |  By Chef #164700
    LinMarie says:

    "This recipe is extremely good but only the Italians can do lasagna best. I cut back on the parmesean to keep from being overpowering and for the sausage, I used Johnsonville Brown Sugar and Honey Breakfast Sausages (cases removed) and it was very, very good. I have attempted to post the picture above of my creation. "


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