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Recipe Reviews 3 reviews
Neapolitan Cookies I
Awesome cookie! Buttery, delightful, and beautiful to look at. I made them bite-sized and it only increased its cuteness factor. I had no baking chocolate on hand so I kneaded 3 liberal tablespoons of cocao powder into a third of the dough and it still came out delicious. I would suggest cutting the dough only portions at a time because the dough gets soft quickly once outside the fridge and therefore messier to cut. Thanks!

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Reviewed On: Aug. 2, 2009
Fresh Blueberry Pie II
This was the first time I've ever made blueberry pie. The only blueberry pie I've eaten is store-brought, and this was better. I never liked the overly-sweet, pudding-consistency texture of pies, and this was not too sweet, nor too gooey. I loved actually tasting the blueberry. Ate it with vanilla ice cream, and it was too delicious for words. I scarfed it down, and so did my brother, who usually calls my baking . He didn't even try to disguise his pleasure this time, asking me to bake another one. I followed suggestions and used a teaspoon of cinnamon, plus half-teaspoons of vanilla and almond extract. Now, I was slightly puzzled on how to put a top-pie-crust on it. The recipe doesn't describe baking. So after I finished all the instructions, I baked the pie for ten minutes at 450 degrees F - with a top lattice-strip crust. It didn't affect the rest of the pie too much. Still wonderful!

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Reviewed On: Feb. 2, 2008
Wacky Cake VIII
Lovely. Low fat and delightful. My mother, who loves chocolate and hates copious amounts of sugar, loved it, though we both agreed we would cut down the sugar next time. It was certainly one of the finest homemade recipes for chocolate cake I've found yet. Moist, dense but not heavy, and delicious. Not to mention very little mess. I loved not having a clutter of pans and bowls in the sink afterwards. I will be using it again....and again.

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Reviewed On: Jul. 26, 2007

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