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"My family found this to be too spicy (we are NOT jalapeno people) so I"ll probably have to make my own spice mix next time, but I thought this was awesome. I cooked the fish for MAYBE 2-3 minutes per batch (had to do 2 batches to make sure single-layer frying) and it held up fine to reheating. Fast and fabulous!"
"Wonderful and quick. Made them with coconut oil and stoneground ww flour, and the fam loved it. I also used up some questionable raw milk in place of buttermilk, and may try it with Kefir next, as that's what we stock."
"My goodness, I can't believe I never reviewed these! I've been making them for 3-4 years now, always include them in holiday gift plates, and have a friend who regularly requests a couple of batches for her birthday present. I skimp on sugar and go over on cranberries, and the result is moist, cakey, tangy, crunchy deliciousness. Thank you Bonnie ..."
"This review is just for the filling - which was fabulous and made for an easy dessert in combination with a store-bought non-dairy crust. Thank you!"
"My husband and I honeymooned in Spain, and had the most amazing gazpacho it a little cafe. In my very, very broken Spanish, I told the waitress that my new husband now loves their gazpacho more than he loves me, which made her and the rest of the staff laugh and, in very broken English, try to give me the recipe. This is the closest recipe I've fo..."
"Love love love. I made 3 kinds of cookies for our seder this year, and these were by far the best AND the easiest! I flattened them with wet fingers and baked for 14 minutes to golden perfection (one tray at a time, re-heating the oven between batches). Thank you!"
"This review won't add much. I double the meat, potatoes, garlic, and oregano, and use dark meat. The potatoes definitely need a head start, and I always end up with too much liquid, so I'll probably try using less next time, but this is a dish we have every year for Passover, as I can make it days ahead of time, and I don't see that changing any t..."
"This is the recipe I've been looking for! Yes, it takes a while to reduce, and I did sprinkle about a T of leftover dredging flour into the boiling sauce, but it was absolutely delish! Next time, I think I'll go for the lazy version: go with boneless skinless thighs, and skip the pounding :)"