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"This is not only the easiest recipe for brownies there is - it is also the best! Great flavor, and a good straddle between brownies that are too cake-like, and brownies that are too much like fudge. Simplicity = perfection."
"This is a really excellent sauce. I didn't really believe that it could be as smooth & creamy as the real thing, but it is - with only a fraction of the fat and calories. In fact, we liked it better than the original because it is so much lighter. I'll definitely make this one again."
"I'm usually a huge Kittencal fan, but this one didn't do it for me. We made it for Mother's Day, but the crescent rolls, cheese, and sausage all together just made it too heavy for our tastes. I still give it three stars because, as usual, the recipe came together perfectly, but I would play with it by replacing some of the sausage & cheese with s..."
"This is a really outstanding recipe - easy enough for a weekday but special enough for a dinner party. I substituted olive oil for butter & used less than 1/4 cup for health reasons. I also found that it took much longer to cook than the recipe suggested - about 1/2 hour in my convection oven."
"Very good - the sweetness is controlled, which is a problem with some tagine recipes. I didn't have prunes/date, but raisins make a good substitute. I didn't use a crock pot, but doubled the beef broth & cooked on the stove for around 1 1/2 hours."
"Awesome recipe - ribs were tender & flavorful. I actually cooked for 2 hours at 325. Finishing on the grill is a great idea. I liked the sauce, but like a lot of the reviewers I didn't really think it was worth the extra time. I'd make it again & just use Stubbs."
"I made this recipe based on the great reviews, and I was a bit disappointed. I found the tagine to be both too sweet and too greasy. The lamb shoulder itself is a fairly fatty cut - adding 1/2 cup butter is overkill. I only added 1/4 cup, but still found the result very heavy. Similarly, there needed to be some counterbalance to the honey & cinnam..."
"This is a great recipe - thanks for posting. My mom used to make a very similar one when we were kids. We called them "crabbies" & they were always a favorite. I'm glad to get the recipe & I've made them three times this holiday season. Like some of the other reviewers, to me it is much better if you cut way, way back on the artichokes - I think 1..."