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"Made this tonight, and though I always think it's a little unfair to rate something if you've made changes, I think the basic recipe remained intact. I did add cheese, and since there was some concern in other reviews about it tasting bland, I added a splash of soy sauce, sprinkle of thyme and a good dash of turmeric. It was good but what I think ..."
Jan 8, 2013 on Food.com
"Wow, I have been wanting to make this recipe ever since I saw the episode and finally made them tonight. I too hate rolling out any kind of cookie so I took the tip from another reviewer and pressed the dough into an 8x8 glass dish and they came out great but did take an extra 10 minutes in a very carefully monitored oven. Even as I was crushing u ..."
Sep 4, 2011 on FoodNetwork.com
"Like just about everyone else who has reviewed this recipe, I had quite a few extra egg yolks leftover and I just didn't want to make a custard. These cookies are delicious, just the right crisp around the edge and soft bendable center. Delicious! I used one stick of butter and one stick of non-hydrogenated shortening on an insulated baking sheet ..."
May 31, 2009 on Food.com
"I tried this recipe tonight to go along with baked halibut and heirloom potatoes with garlic and rosemary. I thought it was only okay. I refrigerated the leftovers and gave it a taste later... and couldn't BELIEVE how much better I liked it! The cold salad effect made better sense to the crunch of the green beans and the hazelnuts. I did use balsa..."
Mar 20, 2008 on Food.com