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"I think this is probably the recipe my mom used for banana bread. It is credited elsewhere to Fannie Farmer. I must say I was kind of skeptical because the recipe didn't have milk or even cinnamon. But, now that I've tried making it myself, I'm seeing the charm in relying on banana, nuts, and sugar alone for the flavor. It's pr..."
"I haven't made this cake myself yet; but this is the recipe my mom had for pecan cake. I just found it tucked into one of her cookbooks. It's a really good cake; and this recipe appears to be the only one here that includes the glaze, which is one of the best parts of the cake. I will definitely be making this sometime, perhaps for my ow..."
"I've eaten this a few times, and I really like it. I make it 1/3 at a time; so, my measurements aren't exact. And I use a whole packet of Splenda. I've used varying amounts of banana in it. Even when they don't work out for me (usually because my frying pans aren't very non-stick), worst case scenario, I eat it as a porrid..."
"This is the first time I've ever used whole wheat flour, and I'm not sure if I made these right. I scaled the recipe down to three biscuits, just to give them a try. I think if I make them again, I'll add a little bit of sugar or Splenda. Thanks for the introduction to whole wheat baking!"
"Wow. I never thought that I could ever be impressed by oatmeal 'cause, let's face it, oatmeal is usually just not that impressive. But you have gone and done what I thought was impossible. This was really good. My only complaint is that the apples (I used honeycrisp.) were a bit too sour for me. Then again, I am very sensitive to sournes..."
"I made these today for the first time, and they were good. I only let them cook for about 15 minutes, and they were kind of flimsy, but that's the way I like fries. Thanks for the recipe!"
"This recipe is very good and mimics Rice a Roni very well. Next time I make it, I will break the spaghetti into smaller pieces, just to better mimic the original, not that it will make any difference in taste or anything. I attempted to make only half of this recipe and, as expected, ran into some issues with getting the rice and pasta done before..."
"I made this tonight, scaled down to fit a loaf pan, using one huge potato (about 3 cups sliced). I omitted the onion, reduced the salt by 75%, and reduced all of the other ingredients by 50%. Based on a previous review, I par-boiled the potato slices before I layered them. I added some extra cheese on top and baked the potatoes for 30 minutes. Thi..."
"Since we don't have tomato sauce or tomato paste, I made about 1 cup of this with 1/2 cup crushed tomatoes, 1/2 cup milk, 1/2 tbsp. sugar, a dash of garlic, and a few shakes of salt. My husband added more salt and about 1 tbsp. of margarine at the table. He liked it, and I did too (although the chunks of tomato from the crushed tomato were a ..."
"I've never made cooked frosting before, and I use a gas stove. So, I had my doubts the whole time I was making it. Being cooked on a gas stove, the frosting got really thick as soon as it began to boil. So, I went ahead and turned off the heat within less than a minute. When I was stirring in the oil and vanilla, the mixture was very thick, a..."