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Recipe Reviews 3 reviews
Basic British Scones
This recipe is a keeper for me! After years of attempting to make scones and failing miserably because they didn't rise or were too dry and bland, I've finally found a great British scone recipe! Being from England, I was always striving to find that perfect scone texture, moisture, and rising factor. Now I need to look no more! I added some sultana raisins to the mix and had to bake them a couple of minutes longer than stated on the recipe probably due to the high altitude where I live. I added milk chocolate chips for the batch I made for the kids and they loved them. I like to plonk on some strawberry jam and cream and they are simply divine. Even my hubby is amazed that I've finally made some scones that rise and don't resemble cookies in appearance! I must confess I've just finished gobbling one up for my breakfast! Thanks for the recipe Angela!!

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Reviewed On: Oct. 21, 2009
Spicy Beef Curry Stew for the Slow Cooker
I tried this recipe as I had some stewing beef and hadn't used my crock pot for a while. It is a nice twist from the usual curry recipes I've made. The meat was very tender and flavourful and I decided to add some potatoes to go along with the 'stew' theme and found they complimented the recipe well. I served it over some rice and it made a good hearty meal for the family! Good recipe!

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jul. 16, 2009
Dash's Donair
I tried this recipe because my family loves donairs and though they are abundant in Calgary, Canada where we live, I thought it would be fun and handy to try to make them at home. My 16-year daughter made up the recipe which was very simple. The only ingredient we didn't have was onion powder, so we used onion salt instead which didn't diminish the flavour at all. The sauce was very runny when made despite adding some flour and butter as someone had suggested, but the flavour matched the sauce from shop-bought donairs I thought and donairs I've found always have the sauce dripping from them when you eat them...that's part of the fun of eating them! In all, a fantastic keeper of a recipe and we will definitely make these again when we have a donair craving! Thanks for submitting this easy, economical and tasty recipe!

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jun. 28, 2009
 
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