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Grandmother's Oatmeal Cookies
Great recipe! I used only a few raisins as I needed the dough for mincemeat cookies and they turned out delicious soft cookies with wonderful texture. I mixed about 1 1/2 Cup prepared mincemeat into 3/4 of the dough loosely, i.e., not mixed thoroughly. Make small balls (acorn size) of the regular dough and smash them into small thin circles to make a base, then place a small walnut-size amount of the mincemeat mixed dough on top. Bake as usual. Made without the base the mincemeat cookies were too sticky on the bottom and not cookie-like. With the base of regular dough, the mincemeat cookies were perfect. Chilling helped. Next time I will use more oatmeal, less flour.

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Reviewed On: Dec. 20, 2013
Cream Cheese Kolacky
I made this recipe and, following an idea I read in the reviews, made a long roll in plastic wrap, put it in the fridge overnight and then sliced it thin (1/8")with a sharp knife. I tried to shape the roll with squared sides rather than a round roll. That way it sliced into squares (not perfect, but usable and quick) and I could place the filling diagonally and bring the opposite corners up and pinch together. Not handling the dough much made it easy to fill and shape for baking. Tried mincemeat mixed with chopped walnuts as one of the fillings, which turned out to be the most popular.

9 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Mar. 17, 2010
Tater-Dipped Eggplant
This is fabulous! I added panko (Japanese breadcrumbs - flaky, sweet and crunchy) to the potato mix and used a little olive oil in the baking pan as well as spraying olive oil on top of the eggplant before flipping over. No need for butter and olive oil is healthier. Love parmesan cheese in the mix, too!

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Reviewed On: Nov. 11, 2009

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