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"This is my faaavorite pound cake. Yes, it's really fattening, but truly addicting. I've made it 3 times and savor every crumb I can! The only difference was that I added 3/4 teaspoon salt. I also baked it in 2 loaf pans and ended up baking for about 1 hr and 15 minutes. Like another mentioned, the crust tends to brown more than I'd like, but it's ..."
Jan 30, 2008 on Food.com
"Your favorite dish has now become mine too. I've always wanted to make omurice before but never did...until now. So glad I did. I've substituted turkey bacon to cut down on the fat, left out the chicken, and instead added chopped bell peppers, carrots, and frozen peas to make it a little more healthier. I don't think it mattered, because it was st..."
Oct 30, 2007 on Food.com
"I can never get myself to eat raw celery--even in salads, so this was the perfect way to use up the left-over veggies. I used a bit more celery, substituted onions for leeks and added some carrots for a chunkier version. It's a great recipe for novice cooks like me and for those who can't eat the vegetable raw!"
Aug 8, 2007 on Food.com
"This cake turned out lusciously divine! My only problem was that my pudding got slightly mixed up with the Cool Whip as I spread the final topping, but the taste was uncompromised. Not overwelmingly sweet, and so soft and moist. It is one of my all time favorite cakes now, and plan to make it more often! Next time I plan to bake an extra cake si..."
Apr 10, 2007 on Food.com
"Outstanding!! And so~easy to make!!! This came out to be one of my favorite Jell-O desserts! Only a few things I did differently: I strained the avocado pulp well (took a bit more time but really worth it and used 2% lowfat evaportated milk instead of cream. Lucious, I tell you! Simply fantastic! It's great on it's own but hard to resist eating o..."
Mar 20, 2007 on Food.com
"What a refreshing way to eat strawberries! It's so easy and worth the extra time to chill. My uncle who graduated with a culinary degree years ago said he never tried this but gave me two thumbs up upon his first tasting! The flavor reminds me how people back in my hometown eat slightly green/almost ripe mango slices that are dipped in a mixture o..."
Mar 14, 2007 on Food.com
"Number one in my book! I love, love, love misoyaki black cod! My rendition of this recipe doesn't call for cooking the marinade, however. For those who are short on time, use this shortcut: Combine miso, sugar, sake and mirin (Japanese sweet rice wine instead of soy sauce in a bowl and pour over fish in a sealproof bag or storage container to mar..."
Mar 10, 2007 on Food.com
"My first chocolate cake and it was wonderful! Almost like the ones they sell at local bakeries on the islands! The color wasn't as dark as I wanted it but the texture was fantastic--very soft and fluffy! The magic, however, is in the frosting! If you make this cake, you simply MUST make the frosting to go with it! For someone like me who normally ..."
Mar 7, 2007 on Food.com
"Relatively fast, easy, and good! I used 1% milk so the sauce was rather thin but still tasty. It's a nice recipe for my non-meat eating friends or for meatless nights. Next time I'm thinking of serving it with some steamed asparagus on the side. Thanks so much for sharing."
Mar 6, 2007 on Food.com
"Fantastic! Uncle H who is a huge fan of beef couldn't tell it was turkey at all, and Aunt M said she daydreamed all day at work thinking of eating the leftovers. I added some fresh thyme in mine and served it with a homemade sauce since I ran out of ketchup. I used 1 c. tomato sauce, 1/4 c. mustard, 1/4 c. sugar, a bit of honey and a splash of vin..."
Mar 6, 2007 on Food.com