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"I used up extra starter and the older blackened bananas! No waste, woo hoo! Wonderful banana bread, a most enjoyable breakfast for the family. I used part whole wheat flour and butter in the recipe. The only other change I might make next time would be to decrease the sugar by 1/4 cup or so. Thanks for sharing!"
"5 stars after slight modification. Since I pulled my extra starter out of the fridge, I let it sit out for a half hour before mixing all the ingredients. I then poured the mixture into the pan and let it sit covered for another half hour. Like another reviewer, I also decreased the brown sugar in the topping to 1/4 cup. I added chopped pecans to t..."
"This is one of my all time favorite grilling recipes! Company worthy, for sure. A friend introduced me to the recipe via a blog post on Simply Recipes. Goes together in snap. It's not very spicy, in my opinion, just extremely flavorful. (and I'm not ordinarily a cilantro person) I've done both bone-in and boneless chicken thighs. Th..."
"I give this 3 1/2 stars. This took 40 minutes in my Aroma rice cooker. I opted for half the stated cayenne and added a little black pepper. (less spicy for the kids) Tasted it before I turned the cooker on and felt it needed some additional spices for more depth and went with 1 teaspoon thyme, 1/2 teaspoon cumin, pinch of allspice, and a bay leaf...."
"I have had limited experience with Moroccan food so when our homeschool group planned a Moorish Feast as part of our history study, I knew I needed to be sure I had a recipe I could count on. When a I saw a French Tart recipe, I knew I was good. Made my own El Ras Hanout mix and drained my cans of chickpeas. Despite using the 2 Tablespoons of corn..."
"This is a great side to our Mexican meals and as part of a burrito filler. I have a small rice cooker that I usually cook it in. I adjust by subbing the the stock with one bouillon cube, dried minced garlic in place of the garlic salt, and a can of petite diced tomatoes so as not too be too prominent of a tomato product for the children."
"I was very nervous about making this recipe but it turned out amazing. I made sure I had all my ducks in a row before beginning and read over the instructions a couple of times and it went well. I added almost 3/4 cup strawberry puree for my daughter's birthday cupcakes. They were like something out of a gourmet cupcake shop. (taste wise, my decor..."
"This recipe makes such a light and airy scone. They are delicious. I cut mine into triangles. I brushed them with some extra cream and baked them at 375 for about 18 minutes."
"This recipe always produces high rising tender biscuits for me. Easy to pull off the double batch that I have to do for my hungry family. Perfectly written instructions. A winner."
"One moment there was a double batch of this sitting on the table, the next it was GONE. Really good stuff. I added some diced carrots and celery (sauteed for a few minutes before adding the onions and garlic) so we could claim to have had our veggies for the meal. Made gluten free by subbing a wheat free tamari sauce for the soy. A keeper. Thanks."