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"Fabulous Cookies! Here's what I learned: If you bake by weight Dutch Cocoa powder does not weigh the same as regula; Cookies took 12 minutes in my oven; Ganache took about 30 minutes in the fridge to reach the consistency I wanted to fill sandwich cookies; Dough was easy to work with, I rolled it between two sheets of wax paper to avoi..."
"Excellent.... I am not an experienced canner and this was my first time making jam. Turned out great. I used 16 cups of quartered Italian Prune Plums, 16 cups of sugar and the juice of one lemon. The flavour, texture and colour of this jam were all great. I will make this again."
"I am very surprised this recipe is so highly rated. The top was so sickly sweet I think the '2 cups sugar' must be a typo... it was so sweet it left that weird feeling in the back of your throat. I followed the recipe exactly yet ended up throwing half the batch out."
"I won't give an official rating here as I altered the recipe a fair bit BUT let me say this was an EXCELLENT drink.Instead of lime juice/sugar I used Lime Cordial and instead of Triple Sec I used Cointreau...... turned out wonderful!"
"Delicious! I do not recommend the red pepper flakes being optional, I think they should be required in order to balance the sweetness. I followed the recipe exactly using frozen meatballs, and with a full 1lb of meatballs there was plenty of sauce to go around. I will make this again in the crockpot for cocktail meatballs as I found it much tast..."
"Not bad but not spectacular. I did not love the texture so I would suggest that anyone using whole rolled oats soak them in the buttermilk for a while prior to mixing with remaining ingredients.The colour was nice and golden and the top had a nice sweet crusty-ness to it. Not overbearing with the banana flavour but I would have preferred more b..."
"Wow, was this ever wonderful. I used bone-in, skinless chicken breasts which I thought would dry out but they didn't, they were very tender. I did need to reduce the liquid for closer to 30 minutes which made less then 2 cups but it resulted in a thicker/richer glaze. A perfect recipe for when company comes."
"This was so delicious. The texture is very soft and it melts in your mouth when you eat it. The top has a delicious crisp crust which you need to cut gently to prevent it from breaking off. To avoid sticking I lined the pan with wax paper leaving 1/2" edge sticking out on the sides to use as handles to pull the loaf out of the pan easily."
"I will not rate this due to my mistake but just a warning, do not take your eyes off the simmering butter and cream. Mine boiled over and I did not wait long enough to let it cool back down so my chocolate seized up. I would use this recipe again but probably use the double boiler method."
"I can't say this cake was a huge hit in my house, mainly because we found it much too oily. This was likely due to a combination of the quantity of oil in the recipe and the fact that I liberally applied the recommended Pan Coating after reading all the reviews about sticking. My cake didn't stick but the surface was not very firm. Also, this ..."