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"Very nice oil & vinegar side dish/salad! Fresh and light. We were looking for a recipe to use today's bean and cherry tomato harvest from the garden. Didn't have shallots on hand, so we used minced yellow onion. It was fine. Made very good next day left-overs, served cold. Cooking Light is a great resource--almost always love their recipes. Thanks..."
Jul 29, 2010 on Food.com
"I wish I liked this pie more than I did. It was made to be a birthday pie for my youngest daughter, who loves Bakers Square French Silk pie. I guess we hoped for something along those lines, but this recipe is not. It makes a bitter-sweet chocolate filling -- as opposed to a sweet-chocolate French Silk. *I should note that the family members who l..."
Dec 16, 2008 on Food.com
"Okay, let me confess that I was previously not the biggest Pesto fan. I thought it was okay. But no more...this is a great Pesto recipe! For my batch, I used several types of basil from our fall garden explosion, giving the end product a pretty green and purple dotted color. Spinach makes this pesto a bit less intense than some others, but seems t..."
Dec 5, 2008 on Food.com
"I made this recipe twice, because after reading the reviews, I thought I must have made it wrong the first time. However, it came out exactly the same the second time. I expected the cookie to be a bit more substantial in texture and taste. Instead, it is see-through thin, delicate-crumbly and tastes bland. I even doubled the lemon peel and ginger..."
Sep 8, 2008 on Food.com