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"These are very good cupcakes and incredibly easy to prepare. They rose evenly and had a good vanilla flavour. I did two batches - one with butter and the other with vegetable oil and they were both good. Easy cleanup and would have given 5 stars but thought they could have been just a tad moister but maybe that was just me??? I added a couple of ..."
Nov 22, 2010 on Food.com
"Could it be anything else but 5 *****?? Extremely easy to make and good texture. I sliced into 3 layers and filled with chocolate mousse and fresh cream and it was absolutely delicious! Have a feeling I will be making this often. Thanks Marg - a winner!! Edited Feb '10 to say I have made this 4 times now and the recipe is actually foolproof. Mos..."
Feb 21, 2010 on Food.com
"Wasn't sure about this one. I followed the recipe exactely but it looked nothing like the picture. Mine was 'grey' looking and the sauce wasn't creamy like the pics but sort of separated. Also the potatoes weren't cooked - this was despite using the slicer to cut them uniformly. May try again but would opt for a different cheese and don't think I..."
Feb 20, 2010 on Food.com
"Came out perfect. My chicken was 2kg and I left it in the oven an extra 10 minutes. I did notice when I pulled the carcas to bits (to make stock that there was some little bits of red inside the legs so would leave it slightly longer next time. The meat was definitely juicier than my normal sunday roast and I will use this method next time. Thank..."
Jan 3, 2010 on Food.com
"made today as I couldn't put my hand on my usual TOTH recipe. this works well. I added an extra egg as mine were on the small size and omitted the butter - only because enough oil came out of the sausages. made the batter in the blender which is by far the easiest way to do it. we served with mushy peas (another 'british' oddity and onion gravy. ..."
Nov 19, 2009 on Food.com
"Fantastic meal for just before pay day! You can get away with using less than 1lb of beef - I made earlier with about 3/4lb (quantities of other ingredients unchanged and it was lovely. Only thing I did differently was, as I made in advance and didn't want the pasta poking out of the top to dry out, I covered the finished dish with a layer of c..."
Nov 14, 2009 on Food.com
"This was our kind of mac cheese! Lots of creamy sauce and I used a strong english cheddar which gave it a fantastic flavour. Made as written first time but would maybe add cubes of cooked ham and cooked broccoli to adapt it next time for a change. Was perfect as written though. Thanks little_spoon!"
Sep 14, 2009 on Food.com
"Made this today so am rating as 5 star as recipe was well written, easy to follow and finished dish was just as the picture. Personally I wasn't sure about the thyme flavour - I just didn't feel it blended well with the other flavours but don't put the blame on the recipe (just my tastes. I followed the recipe exactely (have an issue with people ..."
Aug 24, 2009 on Food.com
"Thoroughly enjoyed this. I had some squash in which I cubed and added with the courgette and red pepper. It really bulked it out and we ended up with 4 very generous servings - all still got eaten tho. I didn't use more than 1 cup of the stock (maybe my tinned tomatoes were a bit watery and it was just right. I also tried to make it lower fat an..."
Aug 24, 2009 on Food.com
"Last time I ate this was at the Sharrow Bay Hotel (founded by John Tovey looking out over Lake Ullswater. John himself came round with the breadrolls. An evening, even after all these years, I will not forget. The pudding however tasted just the same as I remembered it. Sublime! Cook'n'Vixen whats up?? This pud is the 'bomb!' Got to be eaten wit..."
Dec 13, 2008 on Food.com