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"Worth trying again, but with less salt, less thyme and more squash and apple. I wonder what the result would be of cooking the barley in chicken broth."
"I cooked the flour/sugar/milk mixture thoroughly but still detected a floury taste. Added an additional 1/3 cup of powdered sugar after tasting the final product. I guess we like it a little sweeter but I also don't care for the "hurt your teeth" gritty sweet versions. I'll keep looking for a vanilla frosting that will be my standard."
"This is a nice cake and received nice compliments at a recent women's prayer group. For my taste, it was over-the-top sweet. I prefer carrot cake to this but I wanted to use bananas and pineapple for an "Aloha" theme. One woman took about four pieces home for her family. Another said she had a big piece and it was totally worth it."
"I had about 4# of Roma Tomatoes from my garden that I wanted to use so I modified this recipe to use fresh ingredients and it was very good. I didn't use any canned tomatoes, sauce or paste, just 4# of fresh, quartered, Romas which I roasted at 450F for about 40 minutes (with olive oil, onion, garlic, salt, pepper, and a 1/2 chopped green pepper ..."
"I can't believe I haven't reviewed this. This is our favorite stroganoff. My six year old loves this! I usually make it with ground beef and skip the baking soda step. I would have to agree with Dizwendy that when we used the sliced beef soaked in baking soda and water, it had a soggy texture we didn't like. If I used sliced beef again, I'd p..."
"Flavors were all good, but the chocolate chips didn't melt in the batter. Texture wasn't as nice as it could be with melted chips. Maybe I'll try again and melt the chips first, cool and then add to the cream cheese, sugar, egg and vanilla."
"My husband has childhood memories of Kolackys so I was excited to try this recipe. He said they were nothing like grandma made so I'm still searching. Perhaps there is a difference between Polish/Czech Kolacky and Hungarian Kolackys? Since I had nothing to compare it to, I judged it on its own merits and I thought the cookies were very bland an..."