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Recipe Reviews 13 reviews
Homestyle Turkey, the Michigander Way
This was perfect, my first time cooking cristmas turkey, and I didnt want it turning out dry. This method provided me with a moist turkey, and very flavourful. Prpped my turky the day befor by brining with salt and some fruit. And used additional herbs thyme and rosemary for my 2.5 kg turkey. Cooked for around 3+ hours covered and aorund only 15 minutes uncovered as my turkey popper had already popped. All at GM4. Will definately use again!. A keeper

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Reviewed On: Jan. 1, 2010
Roast Leg of Lamb
Pure bliss, used for the first time at christmas '09. I prepped my leg of lamb 2.0kg the day before, with salt and using this as described but minced garlic instead of chopped and spooned in slits. Also used dried rosemary and thyme as shops were completely out on Christmas EVE. Baked at GM4, for around 2.75-3hrs. Turned out medium rare, but perfect. Full flavour, definately use this again. A great pleaser, kudos!

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Reviewed On: Jan. 1, 2010
Dark Chocolate Cake I
Mistook the cocoa powder for 200g instead of 80g, and put the whole mix into 1 9inch springform. Baked for 1.5hr and turned out great. The creaming didnt really turn the mix light and fluffy for some reason, but the cake was nt dense and was ok lightness. I subbed half white sugar for brown sugar, and even though I added 120g more cocoa powder by istake the cake was just the right sweetness. It wasnt at all dry, as i heeded the advice of waiting for the mixture to cool before proceeding. Would definately try again and create 3 batch tiers! Overall would seem to be an A+ recipe. Covered it with chocolate ganache from the website. Brother said it was hugely satisfying! :D

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Reviewed On: Nov. 20, 2009

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