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"A note, you have actually written "wing soup" here. To say garlic soup you would write "soupe à l'ail." No matter what the name, it sounds nice."
Mar 21, 2009 on Food.com
"I just wanted to note, fresh breadcrumbs do not work well with this recipe. I'm sure that you all know this, but just in case you might be tempted to make the same mistake as me, don't. Use dry. Otherwise, the recipe was quite tasty but a bit time-consuming and messy."
Mar 12, 2009 on Food.com
"yum. I substituted 1/2 c of fat-free cottage cheese and 1/4 c of canola oil for the crisco. I zoomed it in the blender with the banana and the sugar to get it smooth. Since it was pretty liquidy (surprise, surprise I added an additional 1/2 c of oats to make it cookie consistency. It was great."
Feb 12, 2009 on Food.com
"This is so easy and so good; why have I not done this before??? Who knew that bread could be so easy and quick? My roommate and I recommend toasting slices before eating. The english muffin flavor didn't come through really really strongly but it's certainly a nice, fluffy white bread."
Feb 11, 2009 on Food.com
"Well, since I don't know what bannock is supposed to taste like, I won't give it any stars. I don't like adding sugar to breads so I omitted it altogether. Without sugar, bannock tastes like a fat-free biscuit or a fluffy water cracker. I decided to bake mine. Finished bannock does pretty well in the freezer, just zap it in the micro for a few s..."
Sep 10, 2007 on Food.com
"everyone in my house really likes this. it is the cheapest and best rice pudding recipe. i know this may sound weird but each time i make it, the cooking time varies so just keep an eye on it as you near the end time. we also make it with slightly less sugar because it's quite sweet."
Aug 2, 2007 on Food.com
"i really liked this. i used 1 c whole wheat graham flour and 1/2 c masa harina (i really like the taste of corn and banana and only 3/4 c sugar. next time i would use 1/2 c sugar and add 1/2 t salt, it needed a little, despite the large amout of soda in the recipe."
Jun 21, 2007 on Food.com
"my gramma says 'one word describes this: excellent' we had this with grilled pineapple after fajitas and it was nice and light and refreshing. i didn't have lime juice so i used orange instead. because of this, i only added half the sugar. i would definitely make this again, i can't wait to try it with lime!"
May 7, 2007 on Food.com
"we also loved it, the flavor is so good! instead of lemon extract, i used the zest of a half of a lemon. i tried to counteract the crumbliness by baking at 400 for about 40 minutes. it kind of worked. next time i would add more oil to try to get it less crumbly. this made a beeeaaautiful loaf and i was so pleased to see a gf recipe without one..."
Apr 22, 2007 on Food.com
"YUM! everyone really liked this. it's a bit crumbly though, we had a hard time cutting it."
Apr 16, 2007 on Food.com