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Coconut-Cream Cheese Frosting

Reviewed: May 26, 2012
Absolutely divine. I had unsweetened coconut on hand an it was enough sweet for me (but I like things on the less sweet side). I'm sure sweetened coconut is delicious too. Used on some pineapple cupcakes. It will be used on much more in the future. Bravo!
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Almond-Crusted Tilapia

Reviewed: Dec. 20, 2009
Delicious. Thank you.
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Spinach Basil Pasta Salad

Reviewed: Jul. 1, 2009
Great pasta salad! I used sliced country baked ham and skipped the salt because it's what I had. Can't wait to use the prosciutto next time!
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Jam Kolaches

Reviewed: Nov. 30, 2008
Delicious. This was the first time I had to make them since my grandmother passed away. They reminded me of hers exactly. Here what I noticed: -Cold dough is MUCH easier to deal with -Make sure there is plenty of flour underneath your dough -Make sure to leave jam in the center instead of pushing it all out to the edges look nice. There is more dough in the center after folding, so you need to keep more jam there to distribute flavor evenly. -I used leftover Thanksgiving cranberry sauce and thickened it with some orange marmalade. The flavor was great (thicker jams might look better though).
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Oat Bars

Reviewed: Aug. 23, 2008
WARNING: Norana's recipe is a great basis on which to personalize these bars. If you make the basic recipe, you are not going to get the granola bars you are used to in the store. The basic recipe tastes like "health" in bar form. However, if you have family that you know will not eat foods for health's sake alone, you will have to tweak this recipe. My version is similar to those listed but it was a big hit with my step-dad (who owns his own restaurant) so I thought I'd share: To the wet ingredients add: 2/3 cup applesauce To the dry ingredients add: 1 tsp cinnamon 1 cup dried fruit/nuts/trail mix, etc. I used one of the Archer Farms (at Target) trail mixes and it was great. I also put the mix in a regular 8 1/2 x 13 pan for 25 min (350 degrees). Let cool. One other note is that after several days out, these should go in the fridge. It might have been the applesauce that caused some mold to grow, but I learned my lesson the second time around. Thanks for the recipe. I've had a bar similar to this before and was never able to locate a recipe. Even better is that my step-dad with heart problems will eat it and its hard to get him to like healthier foods.
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