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"This was lovely!
I'd read in a book about tea time that you can warm the honey in a microwave instead, so I did that, and then returned to warm it (for 15 seconds) every twenty minutes or so until the honey felt truly steeped.
Super easy and super delicious."
"This was outstanding. I have no idea how much water I used, or how long the risotto cooked--I just kept stirring it and adding water until it was done. Also, I only used the parmesan as a garnish--this risotto doesn't need much cheese at all!"
"I measured nothing, because this was a clean-out-the-fridge extravaganza. I used way more lemon juice, some lemon zest, and added red pepper flakes, Italian seasoning blend, black pepper, and some olive oil. Delicious!"
"This was fantastic! I used 5 plum tomatoes and no sugar (I was out), and replaced the basil with Italian seasoning and garlic powder and three teaspoons of fresh chopped garlic, and, being lazy, eyeballed the amounts instead of measuring anything. Other than that, I followed the directions exactly. I will definitely be making this again."
"This was astonishingly rich, and took about 15 minutes, start to finish (5 minutes prep, and 10 minutes in my convection oven).
--For us, 4 ounces of feta ended up being too much (both in terms of richness, and in terms of consistency... the rolls were a little to apt to disintegrate)...."
"I've made this twice, both times using a 3 ounce package of Boursin. Once I did it with Yukon Golds, and once I did it with russet potatoes. The recipe comes out dry and a little flavorless, so I recommend adding lots of seasoning."
"These are out of this world: so much deliciousness and so little effort.
I used sweetened coconut (the recipe didn't specify) and a whole bag of large M&M's (this was about 1/4 cup more than called for). Also, I used parchment paper for easier cleanup.
The only thing I would do differently ..."
"I made a simplified version of this recipe for a potluck. Yum! I replaced the spices with pumpkin pie spice, added more candied ginger, and skipped the brown sugar and the apple. I also added my secret cider ingredient: black pepper. Yum!"
"Just what I needed! I have a sore throat that makes me feel like I am constantly swallowing glass... except when I drink this toddy. Thank you so much."