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Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Joined: Oct 02, 2001
"I am not a lasagna fan, but was intrigued by the addition of the bechamel and so wanted to try this. I now know that's the ticket! Excellent taste, and the bechamel means less acidic tomato sauce in the dish, a real plus in my books. The only change I made was to use mushrooms instead of spinach. And because this is easy, I'll be making lasagna mo ..."
Jan 12, 2005 on FoodNetwork.com
"Easy, simple, delicious ... what more do you want for a holiday treat? My house smells wonderful right now, thanks to these cookies. They have a terrific taste, were stress-free to make, and the bar shape is a nice change from round cookies. I'll be making another batch tomorrow."
Dec 12, 2001 on Food.com
"Excellent quick bread, particularly for Christmas! The only variation I made was to use the small mini loaf pans; I used 4 for this recipe, and baked them for 40 minutes. I wish I had put the cherries and nuts in with the flour, though, as they both sunk to the bottom of my loaves so that they are bottom-heavy with fruit and nuts. If they had been..."
Dec 23, 2002 on Food.com
"I quickly whipped up a batch of these on Christmas Eve afternoon, to add to the sweets platter I was taking to a family party that night. I'm so glad I did! This recipe was simple to prepare, using ingredients I always have on hand during the holidays. I used pecans, plus used a combination of red and green cherries to make it even more festive. I..."
Dec 27, 2003 on Food.com
"Yowsers! How on earth did this recipe last so long at Zaar without being reviewed? It's great! It was easy to make, smelled wonderful as it baked, and tastes delicious. I omitted the nuts (personal preference and used Del Monte Mandarin Magic (mandarin oranges and peaches combined since I didn't have any fruit cocktail at home. Also, the recipe ..."
Apr 7, 2002 on Food.com
"Despite the fact that the pancake recipes I have posted here at Zaar are huge family faves, I am always open to new ideas and so decided to give these a try -- sparked mainly by my curiousity on using the melted butter instead of oil, the 10-minute waiting time, and the large amount of baking powder. I cut the recipe in half and got 6 substantial ..."
Aug 30, 2005 on Food.com
"This is an excellent basic meatball recipe. I left the onions out due to an onion-phobic teenage son, and added garlic powder to goose it up a little. I'm sure the addition of the onions would perk these up even more. Easy, tasty, and fast."
Jan 4, 2002 on Food.com
"Absolutely wonderful! Made it last night to serve with dinner tonight and my MIL was thrilled; said she hadn't had it in years. I too used an English cucumber and rice vinegar. This is about the easiest side dish you can serve! Next time I will definitely add onion."
Nov 8, 2001 on Food.com
"Cheers to Aunt Vivian! Made this dish tonight for the first time (have had it in restaurants in the American South though and it was a hit with my family. It's easy, makes a lot, and is very tasty. My only advice is to make it ahead of time; I made it at 4 and served it at 7 and the cookies were still too crunchy (but still yummy of course."
Oct 20, 2001 on Food.com
"I make this at least once a week; however, I use a large nonstick frying pan. Two or three mins per side is all it takes. More often than not, I add slivered deli ham in with the cheese and serve with salsa on the side, sometimes sour cream too. And try making a quesadilla with brie cheese and thinly sliced granny smith apple...it's yummy!"
Oct 15, 2001 on Food.com