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"Probably the best roll recipe that I have ever made, I made the recipe as written. I may try to knead the dough next time, I think that I would enjoy the texture a bit more. As written with no kneading the texture is very tender. I boiled potatoes and used those and used the starchy water that they were cooked in for the water in the recipe. T..."
Nov 9, 2009 on Food.com
"THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU! Every homemade muffin that I have made in the past have been completely uninspired and nothing like what you could get in a bakery, and mixes are not any better and I don't like mixes anyway. I left out the lemon zest, cinnamon and blueberries to make a plain base, I added butterscotch chips to half and chocolate..."
Sep 19, 2009 on Food.com
"I have baked tons of cookies in my day, and these are among the worst. I can't believe the rave reviews that they have gotten. The cookies came out very cake-like and dry, very bland with little flavor. I am so ticked that I spent extra money on really good chocolate for these. What a waste of ingredients. No I didn't make any substitutions a..."
Mar 1, 2009 on Food.com
"These are not boston baked beans. Boston baked beans never contain green pepper, catsup or barbeque sauce, and are not made from already prepared baked beans. This is a tasty recipe I'm sure, but it is just named wrong"
Nov 30, 2008 on Food.com
"These are truly fantastic pancakes, light, fluffy, filling without feeling like a rock on your stomach. I was a little concerned with the amount of baking powder, but it happened to be just right (I use aluminum free baking powder, so no off taste, if you are not getting fluffy pancakes, I suggest you test your baking powder by placing a small b..."
Jun 14, 2008 on Food.com
"Great biscuits! These are real southern style biscuits, not the weird fast food style biscuits. Mine were nice and Tender, and very flavorful. I very much recommend White Lily flour if you can get it, and Rumford baking powder (has no aluminum. To test your baking powder for freshness, put some baking powder in a small bowl and place in the s..."
Mar 23, 2008 on Food.com
"Outstanding, right on target. These are wonderful, just the right amount of everything. Make sure to use real butter, it does make a difference. The only change I made was to add the nuts to the crust instead of the filling, because that is how my mom does it. This recipe is a keeper!"
Dec 16, 2007 on Food.com
"This is the pecan pie recipe, wonderful. I only made minor changes, first was to add 1/2 tsp salt to curb sweetness, and a tsp of vanilla (I put vanilla in almost everything. The real butter I used in this really came through. The filling just melts in your mouth! I live 20 mins from Mama Dip's restaurant but have never been, I guess I need t ..."
Nov 11, 2007 on FoodNetwork.com
"Yes this is the way to do it. I use coconut oil, (refined so no coconut flavorand since this oil is so light, it give the popcorn no oily taste. Movie theaters use coconut oil exclusively and in recent years coconut oil has been redeemed as an actually healthy product.I also skip the lid, and use a splatter screen instead to let all of the st..."
Oct 28, 2007 on Food.com
"this is what a true pound cake should be, dense, sweet and moist. the reviewers who said it was too light and fluffy must have modified this or did something wrong! The only changes I made were increase vanilla to 1 TBLS (real vanilla, and added a 1/2 tsp of salt, which I think really made the flavor pop, I always use salt in my baked sweet goo ..."
May 29, 2006 on FoodNetwork.com