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Recipe Reviews 14 reviews
Cream Cheese Pound Cake III
An absolutely outstanding pound cake that needs nothing changed on it whatsoever. Dense, moist just perfect. Followed the directions to the letter which is usually hard for me as I'm sometimes one of those I'll just add a smidge of this or that. Changes will only make this less than what it is....excellent

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Reviewed On: Apr. 21, 2014
Chicken Pot Pie IX
WOW, this thing is absolutely outstanding. So any cook with their salt will preview the reviews to pick up do's and don'ts and get some ideas along the way. I'm no exception. Not gonna bore everyone with all the details of what I did (very few actually). But I did increase the sauce amount a little, I did add a little cream to the milk and I did add a couple of spices, those being poultry seasoning, parsley, and basil. I would suggest two things. One, do boil the chicken/vegetables in chicken broth or Better Than Bouillon chicken base. Two, use Better Than Bouillon chicken base in making the sauce/gravy for the pot pie. This recipe will have people standing in line and begging for more. Great job, Robbie

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Reviewed On: Jan. 16, 2014
Raspberry and Almond Shortbread Thumbprints
First thing, these are GREAT! Now for the rest. Read a lot of reviews and here's what I did to get these perfect. Used ingredients as listed no more no less. I DID NOT use the icing and I'm glad I didn't as these have a taste you do not want to cover up. After mixing up the dough I did stick the dough in the refridge for about 10 minutes. Dough will be crumbly but the heat of your hands rolling out the balls will make everything OK. Fixed two cookie sheets (got 24 cookies total out of this)and after putting the raspberry filling on I put the trays back in the refridge for another 10 minutes. Because of this they took 19 minutes to cook. It's worth noting that the refridge time played a critical roll in the cookies retaining their shape. I used the end of a small juicer for the depression in the cookies and as a couple of folks suggested put the jam in a sandwich baggie, cut a very small corner off the bag and squeezed the filling out into the cookie depression. Works really well. Don't wait for Christmas to fix these...get in there now and fire up the oven!

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Reviewed On: Feb. 13, 2013

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