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"I was disappointed in this recipe because it had a rather raw dough quality to it. I baked the crumble as directed, but after 15 minutes of not getting much browning, the lemon filling was getting rubbery. Will try it again and bake the base, then the rest. Flavor was good."
"Ooh, this is so yummy, not just for after a meal, but the sweet counterpart to Chicken Noodle Soup when you are feeling under the weather. An added bonus is how easy it is to make. Try it, REALLY!"
"THis is perfect for serving a crowd and actually works out better than dipping strawberries, on which the chocolate hardens and can separate, making a big mess. There is a little technique to twisting the berry once it has been dipped, so that no dip drips... kind of a curlique."
"After the first time, this is an easy pie to make, because you see how simply the ingredients go together. My mom used to make a similar one, and I am delighted to add this to my repetoire again. So very delicious."
"Did anyone notice the ingredient list calls for baking soda but the directions refer to baking powder? I wonder what difference anyone has noted."
"These have the texture of Lorna Doon cookies, with a nice, cheesy flavor. Perfect to have on hand to go with drinks before dinner. People raved! I used hand-grated sharp cheddar, and a little jack cheese. Plan to experiment next time with pulverized gorgonola and a tinch more flour to offset the creaminess of that cheese. "
"This is fabulous! Just like I had in Japan, and probably even more delicious had I not spilled half the combined liquid ingredints on the floor!! Still it emerged a winner. Will make this again and again. Used Sweet Thai chili sauce also."
"I would highly recommend this to beginning cooks. It will make your reputation, and it is simplicity itself. Making it with real butter is key, in my opinion, as the taste comes right through. Even committed non-dessert eaters love this. A dash of cardamom is also nice on the apples, or perhaps the Baking Spice from Pampered chef #45672."