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Divine Macaroons
I generally find that shortcut recipes while quicker are just not the same, this is held true, I make mine the old fashioned way, and if I use sweetened cocoanut which is all I can usually find I don't even add the sugar and no one has ever missed it. I am not going to make this again, the condensed milk cost far more than 4 eggs.

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Reviewed On: Jul. 16, 2014
Homesteader Cornbread
Haven't tried this particular recipe, but since its almost word for word of my mother's recipe, think its just fine. The only difference is, my mother used hot milk, or hot water to soak the cornmeal in. And my mother used cornbread as a quick dinner bread all the time, she learned from her mother who learned from hers, so its as authentic as you can get! This idea that cornbread is only authentic if its got corn or hot peppers or whatever the fashion is, is a relatively new ides, corn bread is a quick bread, when you haven't got time to make a more time or space consuming bread, cook it in the skillet, and its even a one dish to mix, and cook!

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Reviewed On: Oct. 4, 2013
Potato Chips
Should be able to do these in the oven too, then you can flavour them with different flavourings. I would slice the chips, and place in water for a few minutes, making sure each side of the chip was wetted to wash off the starch. The cook at the cafeteria did this with the fries, she sliced all the fries the night before, and kept them overnight in buckets of water, she would also pre fry them, and then at lunchtime would actually fry them golden brown. This was a time saving device to keep the fries hot at lunch time in the school, less than 45 minutes to feed well over 300 kids. Bake the chips at 350F watching the first batch to learn the timing, they should come out crispy and delicious. Mist both sides with Pam or oil from a mister, and add any flavour wanted, chili, lime, dill (use the pickle juice in another mister) vinegar or whatever.

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Reviewed On: Aug. 21, 2012

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