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Turkish Fish Stew
I made this as a soup, so ate it as is, without the couscous. Absolutely Gorgeous. I skipped the capers, used some apple juice instead of the wine and threw in some shrimp and salmon as well to make a beautiful fish stew. Very forgiving recipe and easy to play around with, even if you're missing some of the ingredients. But follow the recipe to the letter and I assure you the end result will be delicious.

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Reviewed On: Dec. 11, 2014
Mom's Zucchini Bread
Superstar recipe. I've always made it as but recently I tried a healthier version that resulted in me eating an entire loaf by myself in 2 days. Amazing. It's my go to health bread. I cut the sugar to one cup, used 1/2cup oil, 1/2cup applesauce, only 2tsp cinnamon, 3packed cups of zucchini and threw in some mashed avocado as well. Also I used a homemade mix of white flour with bran, wheat germ and ground flax seed to make up the three cups. Beautiful and everyone, young and old loved it

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Reviewed On: Dec. 11, 2014
Chocolate Crinkles II
I was so excited to make these based on all the positive reviews but I'm quite disappointed. They turned out beautifully, just like the pictures. I followed the advice of freezing the dough first and they were a breeze to make but they don't have much flavour. I had added a teaspoon of expresso powder in a preemptive effort to intensify the chocolate flavour and even put a chocolate chip on top but that wasn't enough sadly. I should have listened to "luckygirl". Now I'm trying to figure out how to salvage them...maybe use them for ice cream sandwiches... If you do insist on making these, I suggest adding a cup of white or semisweet chips to the batter.

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Reviewed On: Dec. 11, 2014

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