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"These are extremely good. The chocolate alone might set you back $8-10 if you get Ghirardelli chocolate (which I used. But the result is a luxurious brownie, for special occasions or when you want to impress somebody. Using Ghirardelli chocolate gave it a very complex chocolate flavor. It's something anyone who's a fan of food can appreciate."
Dec 6, 2010 on Food.com
"Used 4 peaches instead of 2, and served a la mode. One word... DREAMY.Don't underestimate it, based on the simplicity. It's good."
Aug 24, 2008 on Food.com
"Hot tap water is enough to melt the sugar. Just give the bottle a shake before you put it in the fridge."
Jul 6, 2008 on Food.com
"My flour and butter stayed clumped up even after I added the milk, so I solved it by putting the milk mixture in a blender.After I finished baking the macaroni and cheese, I let it cool on the table, then in the freezer to firm into a block. I cut the block in-half, and wrapped each one in plastic wrap to store in the freezer for later.A few ..."
Jun 24, 2008 on Food.com
"Hot dogs are totally boring without this glistening sauce. Last night was my third time making it. Waiting around for the liquids to reduce is the only drawback. To save some time, I only used enough water so the onions were well-covered. I couldn't notice any difference.Conversion notes:2 T tomato paste = 2 T ketchup2 tsp corn syrup = 2..."
Apr 21, 2007 on Food.com
"Better Than ExpectedI didn't have the green peppers or peas, so I used some julienned baby carrots, and a little bit of leftover broccoli, chopped up. Still tasted very good.I didn't do any formally measuring of the ingredients, though. I think that helped me tailor it better to my taste buds. I think I ended up using way less soy sauce, fo..."
Mar 13, 2007 on Food.com