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Banana Banana Bread

Reviewed: Mar. 7, 2009
I have been using this recipe for several years now and it has never failed. It belongs to my "most used favorite recipes" binder. Recently, I used wholemeal flour (instead of all-purpose white flour), and I liked it better with the added texture. I only had to add more bananas to keep the bread moist. Thanks for sharing!
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Thai Beef Salad

Reviewed: Apr. 26, 2007
Thanks for sharing this recipe. It is good to find an alternative to the recipe I have always used. I got mine from a Thai chef when I used to work in a 5-star hotel in Malaysia which have 5 restaurants, including a Thai. Almost all is the same except that mine has minced garlic, does not use mint leaves and replaces lemongrass with finely chopped ginger and white with brown sugar. You may of course experiment which works best for your taste. I always put a lot of cilantro, because that gives me the uummmm! They name it 'koriander' here, by the way. I always make this when friends and family come for the first time to our home here in the Netherlands, and I receive good comments EVERYTIME! They are most of the time surprised by the exotic combination of spices, expecially those who are not familiar with cilantro. Not everyone likes cilantro but luckily it combines very well in this concoction of flavors. They always request for it the next time they come. Thanks again!
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Cocoa-Coconut Oatmeal Nests

Reviewed: Jan. 11, 2006
I made these (without the candy eggs) as Christmas give-aways in 2004 for classmates in my language class & received good comments - in 11 languages! Brought also some to my mother-in-law, who already lost her "sweet tooth" long time ago, she ate a couple, asked for the recipe and said nothing further. I recently found out that she has been making it regularly for her husband, too! My own husband, however, brought them for his officemates and they were gone in less than 60 seconds! Thanks for this recipe, it is definitely one of those that I will keep on using in the coming years!
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Stuffed Turkey Legs

Reviewed: Oct. 20, 2004
I wanted to take a break from eating red meat and thought of using this turkey recipe for my husband. The first time we had it, my husband was not only surprised by the size of the turkey legs, he was also extremely pleased with how it tasted. I cooked it again when a couple of friends came for dinner and they found it also delicious! It has become a favorite dish whenever we expect relatives and friends for dinner. But to improve its taste, I marinated the turkey without the olive oil for at least 2 hours or better yet overnight in the refrigerator then an hour before cooking, I mixed the olive oil into the marinade and let it sip through. Yummy!
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