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Recipe Reviews 6 reviews
Pasta al Mediterraneo
TOOOOO DRYYYYYYY!!!! I followed the recipe regarding the amounts of wet ingrediants, however, it needed something added to it. Personally, I added a little more olive oil, with some balsamic. My sister added mayo instead, and seemed to like it that way too. Also, more olives and definately more crumbled feta next time. Other than all that, a great concept of a salad.

2 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Aug. 21, 2004
Mam's Black Cake
Didn't have any raisins, so I doubled the blackberries. First off, the cake was beautiful. Nice brownish color, with purple ribbons in it. EXTREMELEY moist. More so than I would've expected from the recipe (a good thing). Unfortunately, the blackberries seemed to be lost amongst the spices. Don't know if not having raisins did that, but I would think the raisins would compound the berry-loss even more. Definately worth trying again. Next time I'll cut the spices (at the very least the nutmeg and clove) in half and see what happens. And the part in the description about being taken from Mam's handwritten recipe collection made my eyes moist. I've got a collection of cards from my grandmother, who died a couple of years ago. Sometimes I love pulling them out and making what she made when I was a kid.

19 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Aug. 7, 2004
Herbal Tuna Salad
I've got to give this one five stars too!! Granted, I subbed yoghurt for sour cream, and soy sauce (with a couple dashes of tabasco), but I think it tasted pretty much as intended. Personally, I made it the night before, and we put it on toasted whole wheat bread. AWESOME!!!

2 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Aug. 4, 2004

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