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"Out of gazillion banana cream pie recipes I found online I chose this one for two reasons. First, I never like tasting flour in cream pies, and this recipe called for cornstarch instead. Second, because it uses whole eggs instead of only yolks, and since I always forget I have the whites, and end up wasting them, I was happy to not have to worr..."
Nov 9, 2008 on Food.com
"I decided to try this instead of my usual creamy garlic and dill dressing because I've liked other Frugal Gourmet recipes, and it looks interesting, but I was disappointed with the result. I felt the garlic was overpowering, and was more biting than I expected. I think the sour cream (instead of the cottage cheese in my usual recipe gives it a ..."
Nov 6, 2008 on Food.com
"This was exactly what I needed. It dried up hard enough to be able to wrap and stack the cookies but not as hard as royal icing. It tasted a lot better too, especially after I added a bit of clear vanilla since I needed quite a bit of white icing (I'm hoping to get a picture of the gingerbread mummies I made for Halloween posted here. It also ..."
Oct 16, 2008 on Food.com
"I followed the recipe exactly. I found the molasses flavor in these cookies to be much too strong, leaving a slightly bitter aftertaste, even after letting them sit for 24 hours, hoping the flavors would mellow out. I have 2 people taste them as well, and both felt although they were okay, the molasses was too strong, and that it cancelled out t..."
Oct 15, 2008 on Food.com
"I was looking for a way to use up some pineapple and dill I had in the fridge and found this recipe, which used both. The only changes i made were minor. I used fresh pineapple instead of canned, and 1 tsp. of minced fresh dill instead of the dried. It was a very nice salad with a pleasant flavor, the pineapple was a nice, different touch, and ..."
Jun 15, 2008 on Food.com
"The fresh blueberry filling was fabulous. Most recipes I've used before had a blueberry sauce type filling and these were much, much better. So good that it made up for any points the recipe would have lost for the crepe part, which I did have trouble with the first time I tried these. They were too small and hard to work with. This time I use..."
Jun 10, 2008 on Food.com
"Like the last reviewer, I've also been making these for years, although I've known them as Amish Sugar Cookies. They definitely are the best, and up there in my few all-time favorite cookie recipes."
Dec 23, 2007 on Food.com
"I needed my Bell's for my chicken stuffing casserole, but couldn't find it. I instead found this recipe and tried it. It was an excellent replica of the original except for the texture. The dried spices were not as powdered as the original bell's, but I actually think I like it this way better. Excellent copycat you created. Kudos to you!"
Dec 15, 2007 on Food.com
"I very much liked the flavor of this (had it with a vanilla sauce I found here also, but the texture left something to be desired. Even though I tried cooking it longer, it was not only soft in the middle, the whole dish was pretty mushy and separated from some of the liquid which remained in the pan. I followed the directions using 5 slices of..."
Feb 25, 2007 on Food.com
"I thought this was excellent, although I did make a few changes for my personal taste. I used 2 tablespoons of cornstarch as I thought I would like it thicker, and the texture was perfect for me. I also added extra vanilla since many said it was mild. The results were wonderful and I served it on bread pudding. I can see a lot of uses for this..."
Feb 25, 2007 on Food.com