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"Only made one change to the recipe: During the first round in the bread maker, I wound up needing to add about 1/4 cup extra liquid (water, in this case) because the first bit was just too dry. It's delicious, though, and very very pretty! I used some 'test' eggs I learned to make 'marbled' designs on. Unfortunately, the red dye turned pretty brow..."
"Absolutely as advertised! My first time making homemade cinnamon rolls from scratch, and of a double batch, there's 2 left, and I suspect those won't be there much longer the way my housemate's eyeballing them. Next time, I'll use a scoch more cinnamon and sugar, but otherwise these were easily better than what we get at the local grocery store ba..."
"Recipe turned out nicely (though the household agreed, they were good, but they were 'missing something', we just couldn't figure out what!). However, the instructions were a little confusing and could use a brief rewrite! However, the pretzels were a success and there are none left!"
"Made this for dinner last night for two semi-skeptical Minnesotans (I think they have trouble with the idea of pasta without cream or tomato based sauce). Cooked by the recipe this time, and had some suggestions for next time. First, I won't use spaghetti - even my monster skillet was not big enough for 1 pound of long noodles. Next time I'll prob..."
"Used what was left of my Easter paschka bread (man, after a week, it was really stale!) and didn't add the raisins (my household refers to them as 'shamed grapes' anyway, so no loss). Maybe a BIT soft, but the lovely, chewy, heavy texture of the homemade bread really made this recipe! Great for recycling your leftover bread AND having a quick and ..."
"My first crockpot dish in years and years. This was a huge hit and very tasty. It was great to come home from subfreezing temperatures to a hot, homey meal."