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"This was delicious and fun. I'd always wanted to make naan, as I devour it at Indian restaurants, but I had no idea it would be this easy. I followed the recipe exactly the first time, subbing ground cumin for the seed, and it was excellent. I've since experimented with other spices and it's consistently great. ONE THING... the directions say ..."
"Five stars for potential... I took Cookin'Diva's advice and was happy with the results, except for two things. One, they were extremely thin. Next time I'll probably double the recipe and use a 13x9 pan, which should make them a little thicker. Two, I found them a bit oily. Next time, I'll try using just a little less oil."
"My first attempt to make pralines... I made three batches and learned the importance of temperature! I don't know if my thermometer was off, or if it was a humidity thing, but I had to experiment to find the right temp to cook to. If you try them and they don't end up with the perfect melt-in-your-mouth consistency, try tweaking the temperature."
"Great recipe, and my guests were very impressed! I found it easier to stack 3 sheets of phyllo, each brushed with butter, then cut the stack into three strips with a pizza cutter. Also, I had some filling left over, and ended up adding some ricotta and making spinach lasagna the next day (yum!)"
"Simply perfect. I used a graham cracker crust, since I've made pumpkin pies before that ended up with a soggy crust, and it was a HIT. I'll definitely be making this one every year."
"Good recipe, but they were lacking a bit in flavor for my tastes. I made the following modifications: used 2 cups oats instead of 1 cup, added 1/2 cup golden raisins to the 1 cup of cranberries, then soaked them in orange juice and rum overnight, added zest of one orange, added 1/2 tsp orange extract, added cinnamon, nutmeg, and ground cloves. ..."
"Hallelujah! My Mom used to make these when I was growing up, and she called them "South Carolina Chewies." No idea where that name came from, but who cares... this IS the recipe. They're simple, delicious, and oh so chewy. The recipe should say it serves 4, because you'll eat that many :)"
"Awesome! This is one of those things I always bought and wondered, "how do they make that?" Now I've made my own candied ginger, and it's WAY better! About to use it in my fruitcake. Never had the syrup before, but how awesome... just mixed some with a little orange juice, vanilla vodka, chocolate liqueur, ground cloves, and cinnamon, and had ..."