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Recipe Reviews 22 reviews
Banana Cake VI
This was fabulous! A local cake maker once told me that her secret to her moist cakes was that she put them directly into the freezer from the oven so I was not afraid to try this recipe. It did not disappoint! The cake itself was a little more dense than say a plain white cake, but it wasn't as heavy as banana bread either. I had a few minor substitutions: A little brown sugar for the white, had to make my own buttermilk since I didn't have any and I doubled the frosting recipe. I made a layer cake out of this (a BIG layer cake) and that is the only reason I doubled the frosting. I did have some left over but one recipe would not have been enough. One should be perfect for a 9x13 though. Baking time was about an hour and 10 minutes for two 9" rounds. When the layer cake was all assembled, I toasted some chopped walnuts and pressed them onto the sides of the cake. It was pretty and delicious!

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Reviewed On: Apr. 8, 2013
Cream Puffs
This review is for the "puff" part of the cream puff. For the filling, I made my own stabilized whipped cream using unflavored gelatin to fill them. This is a great, easy, fool-proof recipe! They have that wonderful (slightly eggy/chewy) cream puff texture and are the perfect vehicle to get that whipped cream into your belly. I don't recall exactly how many this made, but it was nowhere near the 25 that the recipe states.

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Reviewed On: Mar. 26, 2013
Perfect Lemon Curd
Makes a good, easy lemon curd. Nice balance of tart/sweet. I had to cook mine for way longer than 6 minutes to get it to thicken. Maybe next time I will use the same recipe but use Meyer lemons. I did not temper the eggs and it was just fine. Just heat it slowly. Great topping for ice cream, angel food cake, cheesecake....

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Reviewed On: Mar. 26, 2013
 
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