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"It was raining today so I thought I'd make a batch of this. It is very good and so nice when it's cold outside. The only thing I would do differently next time would be to not put the cayenne in, but that's just a personal preference. I couldn't taste it but I did get the heat, which isn't something that I expect in cocoa. But other than that, I t ..."
Aug 15, 2008 on FoodNetwork.com
"Very nice recipe. I made them this morning and they turned out great. I did them without the nuts and frosting and just chilled unsalted butter. I was afraid they were going to come out rather hard or overpoweringly sweet. I was wrong in both cases. They had a nice hard shell but the interior was soft and light. The maple tastes was very noticable..."
Jun 19, 2008 on Food.com
"I read about this pie in a story once and got intriguied by it, but I could never find a recipe that I thought would be credible or that sounded like the one I had read about until I found this one. I love it. When it cooled it was firm enough to eat without a fork and had a wonderfull taste to it. Making it was a breeze. The hardest thing aout it..."
Jan 21, 2008 on Food.com
"I did this recipe and onc e I got the hang of it, it turned out very nicely. (the first batch went bad because my jar was too big and there was too much air in it I liked the taste of the garlic when it came out. I ended up heating the brine mix with the garlic over the stove for a little bit for some added inssuarnce and it came out great."
Jan 18, 2008 on Food.com