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Home Town: Georgia, USA
Living In: Lawrenceville, Georgia, USA
Member Since: Dec. 2005
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Blonde Brownies I
Excellent recipe. I wouldn't change a thing! Other than melting 2 cups of semisweet chocolate chips and mixing it with a can of sweetened condensed milk, pouring this mixture on top of 2/3 of the blondie batter and then adding the remaining batter on top. Run a knife through the batter to make swirls and pop it into the oven. You just made THE best fudge blondies EVER!

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Reviewed On: Dec. 16, 2012
Johnny's Biscuits
The perfect drop biscuit recipe!!! This deserves 10 stars! Don't change a thing! These are restaurant quality biscuits. No, BETTER than restaurant quality! They are so fluffy and light with the perfect soft pillowy texture. If I could can and sell these I'd be rich! I cooked mine in a buttered round glass casserole dish and they came out great.

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Reviewed On: May 24, 2012
Big Soft Ginger Cookies
OMG seriously THE BEST COOKIE I'VE EVER PUT IN MY MOUTH!!! I think this outranks another sugar cookie recipe I make from this site. What I did was used butter rather than margarine, replaced about 1/4 cup of the white sugar with dark brown sugar (still used 1 full cup), made the dough, let it sit in the fridge overnight, took it out the next day to soften, rolled the dough into 1 inch balls, flattened them to 1/4 inch thickness which made them about the size of a 50 cent piece, pressed them into sugar on both sides, baked them for 7 minutes using parchment paper, cooled them for 5 minutes on the cookie sheet, moved them to a wire rack to cool for 10 minutes and drooled until I could pop them into my mouth. This recipe made about 65-70 cookies...I think, I lost track b/c I had a few and gave some to my kids and the kids across the street. You don't have to be a "spice" or "ginger" cookie lover to enjoy these.

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Reviewed On: Oct. 20, 2010

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