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Beef Stew VI
I followed this recipe amost entirely to begin with, except I had three pounds of stew meat. I'm not sure if this is why mine came out extremely soupy, but I had to do some serious work to get it much more stew-like than soup. I tried doubling the cornstarch to start, but I ended up making a flour slurry with about 1/4 cup flour and 1/4 cup water. I mixed the slurry thoroughly, brought the stew to a boil, and added the slurry. After a few minutes, the stew thickened, but it was left a bit flat tasting. I added another buillion cube and a teaspoon of worchestershire sauce and then it was good. The meat was very tender and everyone enjoyed it,

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Reviewed On: Oct. 21, 2014
I found a gorgeous cast-iron aebelskiver pan at the thrift store and went searching for recipes. This is the perfect one! Not too sweet, so perfect for savory and sweet fillings alike. We did plain, fresh raspberry, fresh blueberry, nectarine butter (like apple butter), and sausage gravy. I didn't get perfect spherical balls, but I'm sure it's more of a technique issue than a recipe issue. These taste like the ones from my childhood! Awesome!

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Reviewed On: Aug. 20, 2014
Chef John's Buttermilk Biscuits
These were really good and pretty easy. Next time, I will roll out the dough to more than the 1/2 inch stated in the recipe. My re-rolled biscuits at about 1 inch thick turned out better than the ones done at 1/2 inch. Otherwise, a great method and a solid recipe. Thanks Chef John!!

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Reviewed On: Aug. 15, 2014

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