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Megan Humble


Megan Humble
 
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Giant Chocolate Chip Cookie
Great recipe! I used chocolate morsels instead of chocolate chips because it seemed more appropriate for a giant cookie to have giant chips. Didn't have a pizza pan, so I used two cake pans: one 9" round and one heart-shaped. I lined the pans with aluminum foil to make getting them out of the pans easy. The two big cookies were delicious and adorable!

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jan. 7, 2013
Southern Dill Potato Salad
Delicious! I don't normally like potato salad. It tends to be too mayonnaisey and heavy for me. But this is much lighter than most recipes and has a wonderful, unique flavor! I brought it to a work potluck, and everyone loved it. I followed to recipe exactly, but I used light mayo and sour cream. I'm really grossed out by "diety" tasting things, but everything worked great.

2 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Dec. 18, 2011
Classic Tiramisu
I looked up this recipe a few years ago when I discovered my boyfriend was in love with the tiramisu his late father used to make. I decided to make it for his birthday, and he flipped. Everyone loves it. It's become a birthday tradition now, and we even decided to use this recipe for our wedding cake! One of our guests told me that he's never liked tiramisu before, and he went back for fifths! The first time I made this, the lady fingers made up about half the cost. So since then, I've used angel food cake instead. You can make your own, but I'm usually so busy around my husband's birthday (he has the misfortune of sharing a birthday with Jesus) that I'll just pick two up at the grocery store for $4 and slice it up. It usually takes a bundt cake and a loaf cake. It's slightly sweeter, and not quite as pretty, but delicious.

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Reviewed On: Jul. 15, 2011
 
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