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Simple BBQ Ribs

Reviewed: May 30, 2013
So i tried Chef John's verison making ribs in the oven as well as this recipe. i used the same slab of rib but cut it in half and used one with this recipe and the other with john. Same BBQ same spices, just differnt methods of cooking the ribs. Overall I thought this recipe was muuuch better than John's baby back rib recipe. I felt like the boiling part helped the meat have that fall off the bone texture. I followed the recipe exactly and used Jack Daniels honey BBQ sauce. In the end i will be using this recipe Whenever i want to make ribs in the house=)
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Old-Fashioned Pink Lemonade

Reviewed: Jul. 17, 2010
1st time making homemade lemonade. i used 8lemon/orange tfrom my tree and added 8cups of water and 1cup of cranberry &2cu.sugar and turned amazing.the color was pretty pink and wasnt to tart which is what i like. Def. will be making this again
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Empanadas

Reviewed: Jul. 1, 2010
i followed this recipe exactly and they all turned out like authentic empanadas..however i thought that my dough was a bit to thin and it wasnt as flaky.So next time im probably going to use the Best Flaky Pie Crust as my dough for the empanadas. Apricots were my filling. Def. going to save this recipe for next time! imade the empanadas the same day i made the dough i out the dough in the freezer for about 1hours and them 2hours in the refri. then took it out and waited for 30mins to roll it-the dough was pretty easy to work with.
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Banana Banana Bread

Reviewed: Jun. 16, 2010
This recipe is a keeper i heard that this bread is dense so i added 1tspbaking powder to make it fluffy.(worked for me) I also added 2cups of finely chopped walnuts into the dough and sprinkled it on top. After baking and cooling, i made a honey glaze a pourd it on top and turned out amazing enough to take a picture of it!!!
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Pan Dulces

Reviewed: Jun. 8, 2010
This was my 1st time making this and it turned out yummy! Last time i baked bread i used the conchas recipe(on allrecipe.com) and my bread turned out hard and small. Instead of making 16 little dough balls, i made 8. They turned out the same size as the ones that you would get at a mexican bakery would make them.(Mexican portions). I also notice that people say that their bread turned out hard..its because they bake small little dough balls for 20mins.over cooking=hard bread.. You should double the size and still cook them for 20mins. If your bread isnt rising well then crank up the oven to 400 for one min. turn it off, put the dough in the warm oven &let it rise(40mins) while you are making the sugar topping. I followed the recipe exactly(used 4c.flour and 1c.flour while i was kneading it for 10mins) and i added 1/3c. brown sugar to make the bread a bit more moist They turn out amazing and the aroma will sure make your neighbors mouth water!
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Extreme Chocolate Cake

Reviewed: May 26, 2010
First time making chocolate cake. I was pretty impressed on how it turned out-fluffy and not to sweet. I followed exactly how the recipe says. The only reason why i give this 4 out of 5 is b/c the cake wasnt as moist as i thought it would be..But if u cover it in a cake container it will make it moist. This is a keeper and anyone who wants to make choclate cake-go for it!
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Creamy Chocolate Frosting

Reviewed: May 26, 2010
first time making frostin& It turned out amazing.everyone was shocked thati made it.All my friends thought it was store bought frosting. i followed exactly how the recipe says and i added instant coffee powder to make coffe frosting. i Will use this recipe again
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Pan de Muertos (Mexican Bread of the Dead)

Reviewed: Nov. 7, 2009
once again iam one of those students who happen to find this recipe online just so i can make pan de muerto for my spanish class for extra credit. The bread turned out to be my teacher's favorite bread all thanks to the orange glaze and the anise seeds that make the bread have a unquie taste.After baking this for my spanish class, i had to bake another loaf for my family:) the only changes that i made was 1tsp of anise seeds instead of 2..with 1tsp it makes the bread have a unquie taste without having a strong taste.
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