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Recipe Reviews 2 reviews
Easy Sugar Cookies
My mommy left me home alone because she took my sissy shoe shopping, so I made cookies all by myself because I wanted candy. I was going to use Vanilla, but I used lemon juice instead because I read the bottle and it said "contains alcohol" and this is red ribbon week and I know drugs are bad. Anyway, my cookies came out the right way (crispy outside, chew inside) but when my mom and sister tasted them and said they were crispy, which made me kind of sad because I wanted chewy ones. Also, I put in powdered sugar because I read some other lady's recipe and hers had powdered sugar in it and I thought that would make it yummier, so maybe it did. I also put frosting on these because the cookies from the store have frosting and theirs are really squishy and yummy and I steal them all the time from the free cookie plate, but these didn't taste like them, so I guess that was bad. My sissy and mom just came home now and ate the cookies, here is their review "yeah, these are ok, but Sarah is a super cook." and "I give these cookies a 5, but I'd probably give any cookie a 5." kthxbye

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Reviewed On: Oct. 22, 2003
Asian Noodle and Pasta Salad
Good recipe for people on an extremely tight budget. I was surprised by the taste. I thought ramen flavor packet would make it unbearably salty, but it came out fine. Instead of vegetable oil and snap peas, I used olive oil and regular frozen peas. I also added cheddar cheese and olives and left out the red onions since I didn’t have any.

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Reviewed On: Jul. 16, 2003

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