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"We really enjoyed these thin, almost crepe-like pancakes. I did use part buttermilk and part regular milk, which might have made mine extra thin. But they were great with lots of maple syrup and then rolled up! I agree that these are best poured large into the pan, so you get a nice big pancake. Anything smaller and you are left with abstract sha..."
"This was a delightful omelet that has the feel of a B&B, a little fancy, but so simple it can be made at home. I loved the mix of Brie with apples. I made my omelet a la Julia by adding eggs to a hot pan with butter and then doing the swirl motion until the eggs set. It was great. Thanks, lazyme! [Made for I Recommend Tag]"
"Really outstanding pancakes. Fluffy without being dry as is the case with so many recipes. I made dollar cakes using the 1/3 cup measuring cup. Half with blueberries, half plain. This will become a staple recipe in our household. Thanks!"
"I thought these were fantastic! Light and moist with the lovely taste of carrot and zucchini. I cut back to 3/4 cup of brown sugar and added the optional walnuts. Pulled early around 30-35 minutes. This is a great muffin just as it is, and it also would be great with raisins and pineapple bits added too, which I'm planning to try. A keeper for sur..."
"I had some leftover roasted pumpkin and evaporated milk from Recipe#102073 and this recipe fit the bill. I'm glad we tried it. Very tasty. I used my immersion blender to puree the soup. The soup was a little spicy, next time I would use 1 1/2 tsp curry and 1/2 tsp cumin for seasoning. Thank you."
"I used the wedge-method for cutting my cabbage and it worked great. The cabbage tasted awesome. I had a fantastic dinner by serving this dish alongside Recipe#296023 and Pickled Beets."
"Wow, I can't express how yummy this is! A wonderful beet dish that I feel is too special to be a mere side. I will continue to serve it up as a main dish with french bread in the future. The only change I made was to use sour cream (diluted with a bit of milk) in place of the whipping cream so as to avoid a run to the store. Worked great. Thanks U..."
"Really tasty bread! I love Crescent and just bought her new book Bean by Bean. When I saw your recipe came from the Cornbread Gospels I knew I had to try it. Thanks, Feisty [Made for Zaar Alphabet Soup]"
"These were very good. I loved the mix of veggies with the besan (chickpea) flour. They were not overly spicy either, although I did cut half of the chili powder and used curry powder in its place. I shallow-fried these in oil and drained them on a paper bag. Note: this batter can be made a day a head and kept in the fridge. Served these with Reci..."