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Recipe Reviews 14 reviews
Dirt Cake I
Upon careful consideration of the comments , and after struggling to understand why this recipe "needs" butter...I took a chance and omitted the butter completely. Reason being, the cream cheese was already adding fat and smoothness, not to mention the fat from the milk? I also was concerned that it might be, not just sweet, but too sweet because I' m kind of sensitive to that. But cream cheese by itself is NOT sweet. So I added 1/4 c of powdered sugar rather than the full amount. I used Truwhip (no hydrogenation, natural ingedients) instead of CoolWhip but I believe the sweetness is the same?The end result was a little sweet-without the cookie crumbs, so I knew WITH the cookie crumbs it was going to taste great. And it did! Thanks!

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Reviewed On: Oct. 30, 2014
Mama's Balsamic Vinaigrette
Perfect! I initially made a half batch but still used a full clove of garlic/crushed and that was a wee bit too garlicky (still good though ) I had gone out and purchased a little bit better balsamic vinegar and maybe that's why it is so yummy?? BTW. I used Colavita Organic-was about $5 so not terribly pricey, no caramel coloring just wine vinegar and concentrated grape must. I am now making a full batch-goes great on a salad with blue cheese, apples, Craisins, and walnuts. Thanks a lot for the recipe-my new favorite!

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Reviewed On: Aug. 31, 2013
Mom's Turkey Sausage Patties
I love this recipe-but it's better as other Reviewers have mentioned, when you double all the ingredients (although i omitted the cayenne completely since i was using freshly ground pepper) and since I was using freshly ground pepper, I therefore used 3/4 of a Tsp( times 3) i did not reduce the salt-i doubled this as well-I also added the 1 Tbs of Maple that another Reviewer mentioned but I may try and increase this next time. One time I made these sausages the texture was really off-kind of rubbery. Then I realized you have to use the ground turkey that is NOT ultra lean, you want the one that has 8g fat per 4oz! I didn't find this recipe to be 'dry' as others mentioned. I thought (my family) thought these were the best tasting sausages and they are definitely not greasy like pork can be so it may be easier to overlook them and become dry. Covering the pan with a lid helps keeps some moisture and kind of "steams" them as they cook. I'm mixing up a batch right now so I'm ready to go Xmas morning. I love Whole Foods fresh pork breakfast sausage-this recipe is just as good, easy, and cheaper! Thanks!

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Reviewed On: Dec. 23, 2012
 
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