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Colcannon

Reviewed: Mar. 17, 2013
Made this for St. Patty's day gathering for the first time. Actually the first time I ever heard of colcannon. Delicious and pretty. I used half cabbage and half kale. First time I ever used kale too. Thanks fr a great recipe. Got rave reviews.
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Fresh Asparagus Risotto

Reviewed: Nov. 4, 2010
First time making risotto which is a fav of ours in restaurants. This is a wonderful recipe. Followed the recipe using other suggestions about 3C broth and 2 C water. It was totally amazing. I didnt have cream so used skim milk and used a shallot since I didnt have an onion. It was absolutely delicious and perfect. Skipped the salt too since broth is salty anyway and didnt need it. Thank you for sharing.
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My Amish Friend's Caramel Corn

Reviewed: Jan. 28, 2013
My first time making caramel corn and I have made this recipe 3 times and it is perfect. Anyone who uses a candy thermometer should just heat on medium til it reaches 250 degrees. Perfect. Anyone having trouble with candy recipes should be aware that SUGAR HAS CHANGED DRAMATICALLY IN THE LAST FEW YEARS. You have to use CANE SUGAR and the only brand I can find in the grocery stores here in the midwest is C&H. They are pure cane sugar, not beet sugar or other random sugars the other mfgs are using. It really makes a difference in candy recipes. I found this out when my fairy food was not turning out after making it for years. I called a local candy company and they educated me on the importance of using CANE SUGAR in certain recipes. I only buy pure cane sugar for both white and brown sugars now. It is plainly marked on the front of the pkg.
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Irish Cream Chocolate Cheesecake

Reviewed: Mar. 17, 2013
I made this exactly as stated but used the chocolate graham crackers, with the cocoa and sugar of course, and1/2 cup of bailey's. Perfection! I put a water bath on the rack under.I have never done that before in 40 plus years of making cheesecakes. I will use that method for every cheesecake I make from now on. Best texture I have ever had and a beautiful top. I let it cool in the turned off oven for about 5 or 6 hours before refrigerating. Absolute rave reviews! Drizzled a little chocolate syrup over each piece before serving. Fabulous! Thanks for a great St.Patty's recipe or any time of the year.
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