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"I'm surprised that this wasn't reviewed more, it's such a delicious recipe! Perfect for when we're in the mood for a light tasting pasta, but burnt out on tomato sauce. I usually double all of the "sauce" ingredients and mix with a whole box of pasta so that there are many days of yummy leftovers (I use a jar of roasted red peppers for even more..."
"I own a copy of "The Reader's Digest Live Longer Cookbook," and this is one of my favorite recipes in the entire book! Usually I use a big bag of frozen cauliflower because I'm too impatient to wait for the raw stuff to cook down. ;) I use either apricot preserves or homemade chutney, and often I'll toss in a chopped roasted eggplant if I want t..."
"I absolutely *loved* this cucumber soup recipe. Made it for guests awhile ago, and doubled it easily with no problems. (It was still TOTALLY gone after just 2 days!) I used a couple of green onions for the onion in the recipe and it was really good! I plan to make this again really soon. Thanks!!!"
"The perfect gazpacho recipe, and VERY easy to make! I really liked the flavor that the tarragon and vinegar added to this recipe. Yum!"
"Awesome and easy! The texture was light and fluffy -- unbelievable 2-ingredient recipe. Will definitely be making it again!"
"I think this IS from the Betty Crocker cookbook. It's the way I always made German potato salad, and since I hadn't in awhile... this recipe was perfect for refreshing my memory. As always, it WAS fantastic!! Thanks for posting it, greyghost! :)"
"I have to admit that I added this recipe to my cookbook ONLY for the purpose of telling people that we were having "Monkeygland" sauce for dinner!!! I decided to pair it with swordfish instead of steak; it was the perfect blend of sweet and sour flavors. This one is definitely a keeper! Thanks! :)"
"I've made my own (non-instant) Russian tea before, but this mix was easy and awesome! I liked the suggestion of whirling everything in the blender or food processor to get those spices a little finer in texture. This recipe made enough to last my friends and me all winter! :)"
"Delicious. I believe that this is the recipe that my mother used to use when she made these for Christmas. Always have to keep a REALLY close eye on these so that they don't burn, but they're soooooo good! Thanks so much for posting this! :)"
"This recipe was perfect for a day when there's 10 inches of snow on the ground! I loved the combination of smokey, sweet, and salty flavors. I only soaked my apples for a couple hours in a can of chicken broth (I microwaved them for about 2 minutes to get a jump on the soaking). This one's definitely going into my winter-dinner repetoire. A de..."