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Recipe Reviews 4 reviews
Buttermilk Pound Cake II
This is superb! Crispy outside, fine crumb, very moist. I used two loaf panes lined with parchment. Baking time was the full 90 mins. For a lemon version, replace the buttermilk with milk and lemon combined to equal one cup. I used 3/4 cup milk and 1/4 cup lemon thinking I would add more lemon taste with a glaze. Next time I'll try 2/3 cup milk and 1/3 cup lemon because the cake is too yummy for extras like glaze or frosting. Really!

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Reviewed On: Feb. 4, 2015
Unbelievable Rolls
Use these instructions in lieu of Step One: Combine the 3/4 warm water (from the tap works fine; it needs to be around 110° give or take) and 1tsp of the sugar, then sprinkle the 5tsp of yeast on top of it to "proof" the yeast. All this means is that you're "proving" that the yeast will work. If it's active, it will all foam up within 10 mins. If it doesn't foam, your yeast is probably dead and your rolls won't rise. Heat the milk to around 110°, beat the remaining sugar (I cut it down to 1/4 cup) and 2 eggs into it, then mix it with the proofed yeast. Follow the recipe instructions beginning with step two. If you reduce the sugar to 1/4 cup or less, you can make lots of great things, like: Garlic rolls Little pizzas (breadier than pizza dough, but it works) Cheese rolls Honey butter rolls Cinnamon rolls Pecan rolls Quick and easy recipe, considering these are raised rolls! Cinnamon rolls

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Reviewed On: Nov. 29, 2014
Best Brownies
The brownie recipe is 5 stars as is, but I enhanced the yummy as follows (stir everything by hand): melt butter completely in microwave (use a glass "batter bowl," then add the sugar and vanilla (I also added about 1tsp strongly brewed coffee. Let it sit. Beat the eggs (just use a fork) in a separate bowl until they're consistent and a bit frothy. Let them sit. Combine all dry ingredients and mix together with a fork. I made my own baking powder (it's just baking soda and cream of tartar), but you don't have to if yours is fresh. Let that sit. Go back to the eggs, beat them.again, and add them to the butter/sugar mixture. Beat that until well incorporated (about 30 seconds). Get your dry ingredients and dump them into a sifter (I use a strainer) and sift that dry mixture right into the wet. You can toss in the unsifted crumbs left in your sifter, too. With a wooden spoon, stir the wet and dry ingredients together JUST until they're combined. The amount of stirring will affect the texture, and we're shooting for melt-in-your-mouth yumminess. Dump the mixture in a baking pan, then drop the pan (carefully) several times on a hard surface - you'll see the bubbles move to the top, thereby reducing air pockets (holey brownies, Batman!). Bake exactly 30 mins depending on your oven. I used my awesome toaster oven (less heat and energy use). I ignored the frosting recipe and just melted some butter, added some powdered sugar and vanilla, and drizzled it on top. It solidifie

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Reviewed On: Jul. 15, 2014
 
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