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"I didn't do this recipe exactly as posted because I decided to make it same-day so just used what I had on hand. Mainly I wanted to find something to use up the fromage blanc I made last week (I had about a half pound left). So my four cheeses were fromage blanc, emmentaler, sharp cheddar and parmesan. Also I used traditional macaroni noodles..."
"I made this recipe for my food blog, Travel by Stove. It was heavenly. I mean, amazing. Yes, very sweet and rich (and soft ... don't expect to be able to slice it like chocolate fudge), but seriously delicious--a really wonderful indulgence."
"I made this recipe for my food blog (Travel by Stove) as a part of my Bhutan entry. This was a really nice change from the overly sweet and rich American desserts we'd been eating all Easter. I served it hot and I used bananas that were on the greener side, since I don't really like mushy bananas. I also excluded the sesame seeds. It was delicious..."
"I made this recipe for the Belgium entry of my blog (Travel by Stove). First of all thanks so much for posting because I had no idea what I was going to do without a Belgian sausage recipe to go with my stoemp. This was literally the only one I could find.
These sausages were really tasty and surprisingly easy to make (though they were a ..."
"This was wonderful on so many levels. First, it literally took like five minutes to throw together. Second, my kids ate it--ALL of my kids. In fact, it was a scarf-fest. My six year old practically demanded that I make it again. Even my picky four year old cleaned her plate. This is going in our family cookbook as a great in-a-hurry, kid-friendly ..."
"Authentic naan bread is made in a Tandoor oven, so I knew this version wasn't going to have quite the same flavor as something you'd get at an Indian grocer or in a restaurant. However, since our closest Indian grocer is 1 1/2 hours away I wanted to have a recipe I could use in a pinch since I cook Indian food all the time.
I think this r..."
"I thought this was excellent. A perfect blend of heat and sweet. I used green jalapenos because I wasn't really thinking about it when I was at the store; next time I will use red. I served it with white rice and some vegetable stir fry. I also cut back quite a bit on the butter, using only a tablespoon. I don't know how mine compared to the origi..."
"I'm giving this recipe five stars because I can't believe how close it tastes to real, fatty, high-calorie comfort food meatloaf. I can taste almost no difference between this meatloaf and the one I usually do (which is also a crockpot recipe but is much, much higher in fat). If I think about it then I can tell I'm eating turkey, but if I add a si..."
"I didn't get the crispy skin, but I attribute this to the fact that my chicken was about a pound larger than the one in the recipe, and I probably didn't cook it at 450 for long enough. Even still, this was one of the best roast chickens I've ever made. It was really juicy, and the skin was delicious (and I don't usually eat the skin). I will defi..."
"My husband and I are big dessert eaters, and we're trying to get some of the fat out of our diets without having to totally give up on our desserts. I made this recipe without the butter, and I promise you, it does NOT need it! You can make this totally fat free and it is still delicious. I did think it was a little too heavy on the cinnamon, so n..."