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    Sarah Sunshine

    Member since Mar 2006

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    Reviewed Bourbon Marinade

    Sunday, Jan 7, 2007 on
     |  9 Reviews  |  By Jim Bob Cooker
    LinMarie says:

    "I used this marinade with some beef. As a variation, I used this marinade as a cook-in sauce. I used a casserole dish, and cooked the beef in the marinade for 1 1/2 hours. I reduced the dijon mustard to 1 teaspoon. It worked out well."

    Reviewed Fabulously Easy Yorkshire Pudding

    Saturday, Aug 26, 2006 on
     |  17 Reviews  |  By kiwidutch
    LinMarie says:

    "This recipe produced lovely air-filled yorkshire puddings. Crisp and tasty. We eat them with any roast dinners, and are the very best when served with brown gravy. I didn't use the herbs, as I prefer traditional yorkshires. This recipe was easy to follow - just ensure you pre-heat the oil in the muffins pan cups first. I also found them to freeze ..."

    Reviewed Apple Crumble

    Saturday, Aug 26, 2006 on
     |  11 Reviews  |  By truebrit
    LinMarie says:

    "This is a great English crumble recipe. It turned out very well. I used blackberries, apples and blue huckleberries (from our four-wheeling trip up a mountain!). It was the best vivid purple colour, and the crumble was buttery & rich. A brilliant recipe to use with the glut of summer fruits."

    Reviewed Raspberry Upside Down Cake

    Wednesday, Jul 26, 2006 on
     |  9 Reviews  |  By Charishma_Ramchandani
    LinMarie says:

    "I used a bundt tin to make this recipe. Also, I used 3 cups of fresh (pitted) cherries completely mixed in with the batter. I didn't have any lemon juice to hand, but it didn't matter. The cake turned out beautifully. It made a lovely shape with the bundt tin, and the cherries stayed moist and tasty. A great recipe to adapt to whatever you have av..."


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