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"Wow! This is a home run! I iced the cake while still in the pan, next time I will take the cake out of the pan first before icing for a better presentation. My house smells delicious. This is so easy and so delicious. Thank you for sharing this great recipe."
"This is an excellent recipe. I used crunchy peanut butter which I prefer to creamy. It made 55 cookies - easy and delicious. They took about 14 minutes in my oven. I think I would cut back just a little on the sugars next time - maybe 3/4 of a cup of each. But I'm not complaining - now I have to get them out of my house before I eat all of..."
"This is a great basic quiche. Didn't miss the crust at all. I think I would add some thyme next time as well as some garlic salt. I also couldn't help thinking it would be great with some chopped walnuts added to it as well as some sliced cooked potatoes. It also would be a great brunch dish - made in ramekins. I also would sprinkle..."
"I made this with chicken tenders. I forgot them for a while so they marinated for 2 days. Then I grilled them. When I took my first bite I could not believe how tender they were. No toughness to them at all - the texture is wonderful."
"Very good - I used walnuts rather than almonds (personal preference) and used the raspberry jam I had - I melted it slightly first so that it would spread more evenly. I'll sure make this again."
"This was a home run! I omitted the vinegar and parmesan, and used pesto rather than fresh basil (as suggested by Chef #1556087). I used an idea for grilled cheese from Jacques Pepin and baked these at 400 degrees - flipping them after 10-12 minutes - much easier than grilling especially for a crowd and the bread comes out with a lot more crunch..."