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"We have made this three times, and it's wonderful. I use sea salt instead of fleur de sel, and good fresh heavy cream instead of creme fraiche. Works just fine."
Oct 20, 2012 on Food.com
"I found smoked paprika in our local supermarket's bulk section. I used this chili powder for this recipe from Taste of Home: http://www.tasteofhome.com/Recipes/Rainbow-Vegetable-Skillet
The recipe worked really well. I had a Hubbard squash the size of a basketball, and the recipe tasted really good. I have noted the observation abou..."
Dec 5, 2011 on Food.com
"Mr JB loves his Sweet Tea, and says that tea without sugar is "unfulfilled". Unfortunately, he can't have black tea or a lot of sugar anymore. This recipe works well for him as iced tea, provided I substitute a tablespoon of honey for all that sugar. Gives it just enough sweet to notice. Will have to increase my mint crop to meet demand."
Jun 6, 2011 on Food.com
"Made this recipe with a kitchen full of Chinese scholars a few weeks ago, and again today. I especially like the idea of using oatmeal in this recipe. The Chinese students don't enjoy super-sweet (last year, one student politely asked if she could scrape the frosting off a cake. The oatmeal offset some of the sweetness."
Jan 15, 2011 on Food.com
"It's mid-March and I don't have any fresh herbs. I used 1/2 tsp dried lavender, 1 tsp dried mint, and 1 tsp dried lemon balm in a two-cup teapot. The combination worked nicely. I suggest using a very fine mesh strainer or filter paper if using dried herbs; using an ordinary tea ball, I got floaters."
Mar 14, 2010 on Food.com
"The idea is great. The recipe needs some editing. The ingredients list says "5 Tbsp water", the directions say "2 Tbsp".The first batch came out fine; my second batch of dough didn't quite work for some reason. Any suggestions for getting the circles into the pan without making a mess would be appreciated.In honor of Pi Day (celebrated 3.14 a..."
Mar 14, 2010 on Food.com
"I used this recipe as a starting point as I learned to make smoothies. It really tastes good, and it's an easy base to experiment from. It works with strawberries, bananas, raspberries too. I only make one serving at a time, because Youngest Son likes a 2:1 ratio juice to yogurt, and I like a 2:1 ratio yogurt to juice."
Feb 19, 2010 on Food.com
"This is a good idea. I'd suggest a small bunch of cilantro, not a big one; maybe even half a bunch; and some lime mixed in with it.Youngest Daughter followed the recipe and did the work. There are some things we both need to learn about grilling fish, but this was a good beginner's recipe."
Feb 3, 2010 on Food.com
"I took a hint from other reviewers and stir-fried the vegetables instead of microwaving. In my experience, microwaving makes stir-fry vegetables soggy.I had a 12 ox pkg of Roland organic udon, and the noodle-to-veggie ratio was too high for me, even though I'd added in some leftover Chinese asparagus to the bells and peapods. Otherwise, it worke..."
Jan 22, 2010 on Food.com
"Can we double check the proportions? This packs a wallop. I used my kitchen scale and made a half recipe using what I thought was 40 grams of ginger. Youngest Son and I finished ours, but I added water. Youngest Daughter couldn't touch it; and Mr. JB, who usually likes food with Authority, found it too powerful for him."
Jan 17, 2010 on Food.com