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Recipe Reviews 9 reviews
Lobster Mornay Sauce
I didn't think this was very good at all, it definitely was very bland. I added garlic but it wasn't enough. A waste of good lobster, hmmm. I recommend adding garlic, maybe some spice to kick it up. If I ever try this again I would add some marinara and make it a pink sauce to give it some extra flavor. Very disappointed, if you try this recipe definitely add, add, add, your favorite seasonings, I usually do that but wanted to follow the recipe. By the way I would suggest squeezing some lemon juice in when sauting the lobster to bring out the flavor, I forgot to do that. On a last note, if you payed a lot for your lobster, I would not try this recipe as is. Luckily I got my lobster on sale. Good Luck!!!

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jun. 1, 2009
Cinnamon-Roasted Almonds
These are amazing and so addicting. I was making them for gifts and I had to make more because we ate most of them before I had the chance to wrap them. So I followed some other reviews, this is my suggestions double the recipe ofcourse. I used 2x the amount of salt, 4x the cinnamon, and added 1tsp vanilla. On the sugar I used half the regular sugar and the other half brown sugar. I added about four tablespoons of water to the ingrediants and warmed them up very low on the stove so that the sugar dissolves and ingrediants blend nicely together, then mix into almond and egg mixture. It will seem like a lot but the longer the almonds cook the thicker the mixture gets. I also recommend stirring almonds every 15 minutes to evenly distribute the mixture among the almonds, always make sure almonds are in a single layer on the cookie sheet. I cooked them for an hour and they turned out perfect. I suggest if you giving these for gifts wrap immediately after cooling :)!!!

5 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Dec. 13, 2008
Wonderful Banana Cake
good, but not as good as mom's. My mom uses a yellow cake mix but adds much more making it very flavorful and moist, when I find the recipe perhaps I will post it.

0 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Oct. 3, 2003
 
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