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Sarah


Sarah
 
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Cooking Interests: Baking, Stir Frying, Asian, Mexican, Italian, Healthy, Vegetarian
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Heirloom Tomato Salad with Pearl Couscous
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Recipe Reviews 10 reviews
Sour Cream Coffee Cake III
It's a great coffee cake! Moist and delicious. I might try a bit less butter next time; I'm not sure that much was necessary, and it might make it a little less dense. But it's really great as is, if you don't mind all those fat calories! :-) I might also add just a bit more salt next time. Perhaps a 1/2 tsp instead of 1/8.

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Reviewed On: Feb. 20, 2014
Ashley's Chocolate Chip Cookies
I like these. The texture is great, especially if you stay within the under-baked time frame. Soft and chewy. They don't get crispy/brown on the edge or top, only a little on the bottom, which is what I like. they won't look done at all when you pull them out but once cool they flatten down a little. I do think these are too sweet; I will definitely add more salt next time (or less sugar) and see if that helps. I used semi-sweet chips too, it would have been even sweeter with the milk chocolate chips! If you're looking for a very sweet and soft chewy cookie, this is the one! Also I thought they were terrible when I ate one in the first 20 minutes or so of pulling them out of the oven - they DEFINITELY taste better when cooled fully. They just taste like grease and sugar when warm. I was about to give them a bad review but then I tried another - glad I did!

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Reviewed On: May 25, 2013
Potato and Bean Enchiladas
This was really good! The recipe for the potatoes alone is excellent. I just wanted to eat them by themselves, and once I added the beans, cheese and cilantro, I didn't even want to put them in tortillas and bake it. I would eat it just like that! Anyway I wanted to comment because I think the serving size for this recipe is tiny! There's no way this would feed 12 people unless it is an appetizer or something. 1 pound of potatoes - that's basically one potato. So you're saying one potato and one can of pinto beans will fill up 12 people?! I can eat that much on my own. Using all those tortillas makes the dish larger, but in my opinion there is not nearly enough filling to fill up as many tortillas as the recipe calls for. I used flour tortillas and used a lot less. I guess if you REALLY like tortillas and just want a little flavor to add to them, it would be fine. But like I said, good flavors, and the baked potatoes are amazing if you add some butter! It makes a great side dish.

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Reviewed On: Dec. 3, 2012
 
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