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Recipe Reviews 4 reviews
Molasses Cookies II
These are definitely pretty good... but something is off, and I can't figure out what. I used dark ("robust") molasses and light brown sugar, since that was what I had... and they almost taste... too molasses-y? So, in retrospect, I probably should have used light molasses, and perhaps increased the cinnamon, for a more mainstream flavor.

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jan. 25, 2011
Fish Fillets Italiano
Really quite delicious and easy, with these changes: I did not use olives, but used sliced mushrooms instead (sauteed with onions and garlic), used "italian style" diced tomatoes per others' recommendations, and use chicken broth instead of white wine. Served it over cous cous, which was great!

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Oct. 13, 2010
Megan's Granola
AMAZING. I made it exactly as stated once, but the second time around did NOT include sunflower seeds (they were too over-powering, in my opinion). I personally prefer it without the sunflower seeds, since it allows the truly nutty flavor of the granola to come out. Set at 350 degrees (25 higher than in the recipe), my granola still did not really "crisp" noticeably, but as long as you cook it for 20 minutes and then let it cool, you will get a nice, crunchy, clumpy granola. As others have stated, you can spend ~$30 on ingredients, but the recipe makes about a gallon of granola, so you're set for weeks!

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Reviewed On: Sep. 30, 2010

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