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"Made the soup, doubling everything since I had two small heads cauliflower, and gave hubby the obtion of creamed or not. He chose not and added shredded chedder to the bowl instead of to the soup. Was very tasty. Think I'll cream the leftovers and serve over chicken breasts."
"Thank you so much for this recipe. I've never had dim sum and hubby loves it so when I found this recipe I just had to try it. I made several from the bean paste but some with BBQ pork inside. Delicious. I didn't have a steamer so I used a small pizza screen with some parchment paper in my wok. Worked like a charm. I liked the bean filled ones so ..."
"Best pizza crust ever. We brush it with oil and sprinkle with garlic and parmesan before we add the meat and cheese. Wonderful "sauceless" pizza."
"I substituted kamut flour for the cornmeal and increased the baking powder to 1 teaspoon. I also used pineapple instead of whole kernal corn. They made a great breakfast muffin and were even better with tomato soup."
"I used frozen butter and grated it in to the flour. The dough was easy to work with the first day and even easier after being chilled for 24hrs. I used theis to make vegetable turnovers, fruit and cream cheese pastries, and apple pie, and with the last bit of dough I made meat turnovers. They all turned out perfect. Thanks for the recipe."
"I'm not a big fan of fish, usually can't even stand to smell it cooking. DH, on the other hand loves fish. I tried this recipe using frozen Steelhead fillets. It turned out deliscious. I loved it so much I bought more fish the next time I went shopping. Thank you for a great recipe that even a fish hater can love."
"This was the best bread ever. I'm not a fan of caraway seed but in this it works. I cooked the loaf in a cast iron dutch oven and it had to cook for and hour and 20 minutes.BTW, if you don't have enough sour cream just add a tablespoon of lemon juice to coffee cream and it makes a runny sour cream substitute. Worked great when I found I was 1/2 ..."
"We tried this for Thanksgiving(Canada) and after an hour and a half the pumpkin was soft but the custard was still liquid. Ended up cooking for 2 1/2 hours but ended up throwing it out."