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Recipe Reviews 7 reviews
French Crepes
I'm not sure what I did wrong, but I ended up with a frothy, foamy mess. even tried to cook some of the 'batter', but it didn't set and I threw the whole thing away. My eager kids just about cried! Oh well, I'll try again and adjust things--maybe just use a whisk insead of an electric mixer next time. I tried this because it looked fast and easy, and my old recipe takes more time. It calls for combining the flour with the eggs and beating it for 5 minutes til it's elastic. Then add the milk and butter til the batter is thin and ready to pour. That's how Mom taught me. Serves me right to doubt Mom!

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Reviewed On: Dec. 8, 2008
Peanut Butter Easter Eggs
What a fun project! My four daughters and I made this recipe into 24 smallish eggs which we dipped into a pot of chocolate melting wafers. They set up quickly and easily in the fridge. We then drizzled colored melting wafers on top (pink, purple and yellow). They turned out cute and festive for Easter Sunday treats. The girls were so excited to show their grandparents! By using real chocolate melting wafers, I find it lessens that shortening aftertaste that I don't care for. Other than that, the recipe is easy, yummy, and adorable. Great for bragging rights around the table!

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Reviewed On: Mar. 24, 2008
Jim's Macaroni Salad
Delicious! The right combo of sweet and sour, crunchy and creamy. It was going, going, gone at the bbq I brought it to. Thanks for the recipe, Jim!

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Reviewed On: Aug. 4, 2007
 
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