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Recipe Reviews 6 reviews
Kentucky Biscuits
Perfect, absolutely sensational. I have thrown out my other biscuit recipes. In fact, I've started making these less because as soon as they're out of the oven, we become total gluttons and eat most everything on the plate. The key I believe is the cutting. Be sure to follow the directions there. I brush with cream before popping them in the oven - but this is really just a personal preference. Thanks so much.

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Reviewed On: Dec. 12, 2013
Grandma Johnson's Scones
Perfect. And I'm really fussy. I did everything exactly as followed with the exception of cutting the sugar back to 1/3 c. (Next time I think I'll use only 1/4 c. sugar, as I don't want super sweet anything for breakfast - but this is a personal taste question.) I am throwing out all other scone recipes I have (there are many). From now on, this'll be my base for any number of variations. I can also recommend using spelt BAKING flour on this one. Terrific. These have just the right density vs lightness. Congratulations, Rob and Grandma. Job well done - and much appreciated.

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Reviewed On: Mar. 24, 2013
Butternut Squash Risotto
This recipe is quite simply wonderful... and it's healthy. So often I find the top rated dishes loaded with fats and sugar - anyone can make those kinds of recipes taste great. This is creamy, stick to your ribs, fall goodness, with very little added fat. Prepare to be flexible with your stock. I needed an extra cup. You can tweak away and use this as a kind of starter. I can also envision a sweet version using apple juice instead of stock and loads of autumn spices.

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Reviewed On: Oct. 29, 2012

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