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"The first night, I was kind of disappointed. I had to cover the loaf with foil for the last 20 minutes of baking, because it seemed to want to burn, and the end result seemed kind of dry and crumbly. But, after a night in the fridge, this banana bread was absolutely awesome. Highly recommended."
"Yum! I measured nothing, and replaced the club soda with sparkling water, and the sugar with a couple drops of liquid stevia. Super refreshing."
"This really didn't work--at least not the times suggested by Rachael Ray. It took almost 20 minutes for the potatoes to soften, and then even after 15 minutes, the broth hadn't boiled off, so I ended up pouring the broth into some chili I happened to be making."
"I usually use a rice cooker, but wanted to learn to make rice on the stove. This recipe was the perfect place to start! I used jasmine rice, and skipped the butter and salt. Also, note that, to get the requisite amount of steam, I ended up needing to turn the burner to low."
"Very yummy. I made a quick version, using high quality canned chicken, measuring nothing, and simmering everything simultaneously in the same pot after browning the onions. The herbal flavor really came through."
"This is almost identical to a Real Simple recipe. I made a bunch of changes. I had no peppers, so I used 4 baby eggplants. I also replaced the parsley with some fresh sage and a spring greens mix. I also added way more seasoning. Super yummy."
"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!"