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Whole Wheat and Honey Pizza Dough

Reviewed: Nov. 18, 2011
This recipe was great with a couple of modifications. I used ground flax instead of the wheat germ, 2 tablespoons of honey, and 3/4 cup water. For the whole wheat flour I used 1/2 spring wheat and 1/2 hard white wheat, both of were freshly ground from whole grains. I used one teaspoon of instant yeast and let the dough ferment overnight in the refrigerator to activate the phytase enzyme in order to break down phytic acid and release the nutrients of the whole grain. A couple hours before baking, I removed the dough from the frig so it would warm up before I rolled it out. It was a little sticky. So I oiled the rolling pin to roll it out. I used this dough for calzones and it was great. Crisp on the outside and soft and chewy on the inside.
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Sweet Corn Bread

Reviewed: Aug. 28, 2009
I have made this recipe a couple of times. Both times, I used 1 Tsp of baking powder and omitted the baking soda. The first time, I used 1/2 cup of sugar and added 1/4 cup honey. My husband loved it, but I thought it was too sweet. The second time, I used a heaping 1/4 cup sugar and 1/4 cup honey, and both of us thought it was perfect. This recipe is definitely a keeper.
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Golden Sweet Cornbread

Reviewed: Aug. 9, 2009
This is the best cornbread I've had in a long time. I had been using the recipe on the Quaker Corn Meal can, and the cornbread was too dry for me. So my husband ate them. My buttermilk had spoiled, so I decided on this recipe because it didn't require buttermilk. I made it per the recipe except for a couple of modifications. I had only 1/4 cup of corn meal left in the can after I measured the 1 cup. So I poured it in. I also add 1/4 cup of honey and 1/2 cup of sugar as suggested by other reviewers, and used 1 tsp of baking powder, and omitted the baking soda. This recipe is a keeper. The extra corn meal add a little texture which I like. The corn bread is also moist, sweet, and light.
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High Temperature Eye-of-Round Roast

Reviewed: Nov. 16, 2008
I have always used moist cooking for tougher cuts of meat. I came across this recipe in searching for a different way to cook an eye of round roast, and decided to try it tonight because of the positive review. I made a 1 1/2 pound roast because there are only two of us. I injected it with an herb and garlic injectible marinade and seasoned it with Kansas City Style steak seasoning, Canadian steak seasoning, garlic salt, and a little Cajun seasoning. With the seasonings, I used, it looked pepper crusted. I preheated the oven to 500, turned it down to 475 and cooked the roast for 14 minutes on a cast iron roasting pan. I wasn't sure how long my oven would hold heat, so I reduced the temperature to 180 degrees and cooked the roast for 2 1/2 hours. The roast turned out absolutely wonderful. It was full of flavor and very tender, not to mention so easy to prepare. I'm looking forward to trying this cooking method for the next london broil I make.
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Ranch Dressing II

Reviewed: Jun. 20, 2008
I gave this recipe 4 stars because of the modification I made, but the result was the best ranch dressing I've ever tasted. I considered the modifications of other members and used the following: Added 1 tsp Olive Oil Added 1/4 cup grated parmesan Added 1 TSP white wine vinegar (it was flat without this addition) Doubled the herbs and spices Used 1/2 cup each mayo, sour cream, buttermilk Added 1TBSP lemon juice With these modification, the dressing was wonderful. I won't use store bought again.
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Flounder Florentine

Reviewed: Jun. 20, 2008
I made this recipe for dinner using some of the suggestion of other members, such as doubling the spices, shallots & garlic clove instead of onion, 1/4 cup parmesan (mixed some with the sauce and sprinkled some on top), and 1 pkg of spinich. The fish I used was pollack filets. First of all, it needs to bake longer. I let it bake for 22 minutes and the fish wasn't completely done. I also thought the dish was too bland. I will try it one more time, but will bake it for at least 30-35 minutes. Not sure yet what I'll do to spruce up the flavor.
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