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Recipe Reviews 7 reviews
Antipasto Pasta Salad
I will admit right off that I am not a big salami and pepperoni eater. I made this recipe exactly as written the first time. I thought it was okay. My guests seemed to like it. I think with this many ingredients someone is bound to not be a fan of something in it so ultimately you should tweak it according to your preferences. The dressing is just okay, but I feel it tastes much better when made from the good season packets with balsamic and olive oil. The best part of this recipe is the use of Asiago cheese. I think this truly is the most important and tasty thing here. I love the distinct and strong flavor it gives. Now when I make a pasta salad, I always make it with asiago rather than feta or mozzarella. If you use tomatoes, I highly recommend using grape tomatoes halved. By the way, this recipe serves a lot! Don't make the mistake I did and double it! I had a ridiculous amount of it!

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Reviewed On: Nov. 5, 2012
Deluxe Waffles
They tasted fine but nothing to write home about. My kids didn't like them, but I think they are used to the frozen kind....probably would taste better if it had butter, vanilla extract, etc in it.

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Reviewed On: Jun. 2, 2012
Fluffy Pancakes
I made it exactly as written and it was delicious! The best part is it can be made with ingredients I always have on hand! Whenever I make it, I usually have 2 ziploc bags next to me and make extra bags of dry ingredient mix to save time next time. I tried a half and half mix of whole wheat and all purpose flour, but it came out pretty dense. I still thought it was okay but my kids did not like it at all. I am still looking for a recipe that makes great whole wheat pancakes. If you beat the eggs with a mixer to stiff peaks first and then add them it makes a huge difference (I have tried both ways and believe me it is worth the extra step). Also worth noting, the recipe makes about 6-7 medium sized pancakes, so you may need to double recipe for more than 2 adults.

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Reviewed On: Mar. 25, 2012

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