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"This was the first time I used rhubarb in a recipe, so I wasn't sure what to expect -- and it turned out great! The only change I made was to add cinnamon to both the filling and the topping, and I cut the rhubarb a little smaller than called for. My family really loved this dish. Thank you for sharing it!"
"Great recipe! I was short about a lemon, so I used some lemon juice I had in the fridge (left over from zesting lemons). Very refreshing & simple!"
"Delicious! Thank you for sharing this recipe! I really liked that they're baked instead of deep fried -- my family all agree they didn't miss the extra fat! My variations: 1. Doubled the parmesan, & omitted the salt. 2. Didn't use bacon. 3. Subbed Stilton blue cheese for the cheddar on a few. 4. Roasted a head of garlic..."
"Fabulous cookie that received many rave reviews! I used unsalted butter and Ghirardelli semi-sweet chocolate chips. I baked 9 cookies at a time on parchment paper for 9 minutes, and they turned out great."
"This cheesecake is awesome -- my family loved it! I took SeattleSean's suggestion and used 1 tsp cinnamon instead of 1/2, and it had great flavor. Thank you for a wonderful recipe!"
"This soup is great! I sautéed the carrots, ginger and garlic in butter, then put the mixture in a crock pot. I reduced the vegetable stock to 2.5 cups since I used canned diced tomatoes in juice. I added the lemon zest, 1 T of curry powder, and 1 tsp of salt -- then cooked it on high for 6 hours. I only used 2 tsp of lemon juice, which ..."
"This is the best pecan pie recipe I have ever made -- including my mom's, which is saying a lot! My only tweak was to use a pie crust shield to cover the crust edge after baking the filled pie for 10 minutes. The crust came out just the right shade of brown. Thank you for posting!"
"My family loved this dish! I doubled the sauce base & used half to serve with the croquettes. I used unsalted walnuts and store bought rotisserie chicken. 350 degrees worked better for frying in peanut oil, which is what I used. The first batch was a little too brown at 375. That was the only glitch. My husband said, "This is like deep fried..."
"Excellent sandwich! I will be making this again. The only thing I'll do differently next time is remove the ribs from the romaine lettuce -- I think that would make it easier to roll the wrap."