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Recipe Reviews 2 reviews
Healing Cabbage Soup
Made this in the morning... may make it tonight as well. Can. Not. Stop. Eating this soup! What a great basic recipe. I altered by using only two garlic cloves and adding a bay leaf, half of a jalapeno with no seeds and 2 large, chopped carrots to the onion/garlic/oil step. One qt veggie broth (boxed) plus one qt water was perfect with kosher salt and pepper to taste, and for spice I added a pinch cayenne and about 1/2 teaspoons each of tumeric, basil and dill seeds. (Wow, the dill seeds!!) Stirred in a tsp cider vinegar to seal the deal. It truly is a delicious meal alone, and I enjoyed it with a bit of pre-cooked turkey sausage. xox

3 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Nov. 24, 2008
Sara's Awesome Pumpkin Bread
Pretty great. My first-time-through modifications (based on everyone else's reviews) are also my recommendations: - go a little light on the flour (either sift it or fluff the flour as you scoop out your cupfuls) - go a little heavy on the pureed pumpkin - DOUBLE the pumpkin pie spice - add 1 tsp. cinnamon - before putting in oven, sprinkle top of loaves with chopped pecans (or other nuts) and a blend of cinnamon & sugar I used four mini-loaf pans and baked them for 50 minutes at the recommended temp - they came out perfect. A lovely color, texture and flavor - pecans perfectly roasted. Recipe seems like it would accommodate even more moisture. For a denser bread, perhaps add another egg, more pumpkin, or a little applesauce next time? xox

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Reviewed On: Nov. 12, 2007

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