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"A classic recipe for a cocktail that will mainly appeal to people who like a slightly sweeter drink. Works best using whisky with a fairly neutral taste."
"These are lovely! So simple, and yet delicious. The Tabasco makes adds just a hint of heat while still retaining the essential sweetness and crispness. Top class recipe!"
"Very nice as a starter (but a bit too big for dessert). Couldn't get watercress here (out of season), so I used Aragula instead, which worked very well too."
"A nice recipe that uses the sweet-and-tart taste of the dried cranberries to its full potential. I did not have the patience to make my own blueberry-pomegranate vinegar, so I used a blackberry vinegar that I bought at the local deli. This is best served after an hours rest in the fridge, so the tastes have had some time to infuse."
"Very good recipe, but if this is the "lightened up" version, then I really don't want to know about the original: one serving of these and you will already have consumed more than your entire daily allowance of saturated fat. In fact, it came out of the oven with a layer of fat sitting around it (at the edges of the baking dish), probably from the..."
"Very nice for lunch, but I don't think the salad dressing makes any difference: I made wraps with and without it, but I did not really notice any appreciable difference.This is much less healthy than one might think: the Pico de Gallo adds a rather large amount of sodium (unless you make it yourself without any salt), as does the cheese -- which ..."