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"Fondant, especially home made fondant is difficult to make. That is why stores sell it at such incredible high prices. This is a delicate process. A learning process. I have baked for 30 years and this was my first FONDANT recipe that I tried at home. For me...Fondant needs step by step pictures because I am curious as to what should the fondant l ..."
Feb 10, 2013 on FoodNetwork.com
"Great Scone recipe! I baked the scone recipe plain & next batch with blackberries! Delicious both ways!I was surprised that I really enjoyed the plain scones. Just the right amount of ingredients to make a tender, tasty scone. I served them warm to my husband, right out of the oven. His first scone and he loved it! "
Nov 17, 2012 on FoodNetwork.com
"This recipe turned out exellent the first time! I have never made bbq sauce and my husband and I decided to try this recipe. We doubled the recipe and added two drops of smokey flavor and some smokey misquite seasonings. Now we will make our own bbq sauce...way more delicious than anything one can buy! "
Oct 4, 2012 on FoodNetwork.com
"This is my first croissant recipe. Next time I will refrigerate dough 24 hours before adding butter to first roll out of dough. I think the recipe needs to disclose that the egg whites should be held aside for the top of the croissants (not put in the batter. The other note to consider is the 3/4 c of butter should be held aside (not put in bread..."
Jul 21, 2012 on Food.com
"This quiche is irresistible. I had one piece, I had to go back to get another piece. I altered the recipe with less onions and grated cheese. It worked! This quiche recipe is great to eat warm and great cold! I have made quiche over the years but never went back for more. This recipe is the best I have ever had! "
Apr 12, 2010 on FoodNetwork.com