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Recipe Reviews 5 reviews
Mom's Peanut Brittle
Boiled it to 300F, put peanuts (1cup) in at 250F, followed other reviewers advice. While end result did harden, it got really chewy after a few seconds of being chewed. Does that make sense? It didn't stay crunchy. I don't know if that's because of the humidity (I'm in Alaska, so that shouldn't be a problem) or the baking soda. Maybe the soda was old? I dunno. I found another recipe that doesn't call for baking soda, so I'm going to try that one instead.

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Reviewed On: Dec. 15, 2013
Peanut Butter Vegetable Chicken Soup
Great soup. I made the following additions/substitutions to make it more "Thai": 1. Used coconut milk for half the chicken broth 2. Put in two small Thai chille peppers cut in half and removed before serving 3. Added a couple pinches (to taste) of chille powder

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Reviewed On: Jan. 12, 2012
Pie Crust III
Very flaky and tender crust, great texture, however, it lacks in flavor. I used it for turkey pot pie for left over Christmas turkey. Next time I will add salt and play with seasoning it with other things, too. If I were to use it for a sweet dish, like a fruit pie, I would also add sugar. Still giving it 5 stars based on how easy it was to make and to work with and the great texture and flakiness.

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Reviewed On: Jan. 6, 2011

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