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Recipe Reviews 14 reviews
Peach Cobbler I
This is a great recipe. Definitely double the batter. Don't skip the butter. Put the cinnamon on top of the peaches, not in the batter. Don't double the cinnamon. I added a 1/2 tsp of ginger to the peaches. Usually I add a tsp or two of vanilla to the batter, but I forgot today and it was still fantastic. Much better than other cobbler recipes that call for added water on this site.

5 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Sep. 5, 2010
Peach Cobbler II
If you are using unripe grocery store peaches the consistency of wood, this is the recipe for you! We used fresh peaches from the farmers market that were naturally sweet and very juicy, and this recipe was a failure. We had peach soup. Do yourself a favor and use a bigger pan, cut the water, and cut the sugar if you are using ripe summer peaches. You might want to add a little flour or cornstarch to the peaches too. Or better yet, find a different recipe. I have tried other versions of this type of cobbler with much success. In my opinion a recipe does not deserve stars if it does not stand on its own. If you have to make a lot of alterations to make it work, then it's not the same recipe.

3 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Aug. 16, 2010
Green Bean Bundles
These were a big hit at Christmas dinner. Pleased my picky mother-in-law. I streched the recipe pretty far to include most of 2 lbs of green beans (cheated and used the pre-washed steam-in-bag kind) and a whole pound of bacon. I just crammed as many bundles into my baking dish as I could until the bacon ran out. I had some beans leftover, but they were mostly the broken or little puny beans. Used the best, biggest and longest beans first. Used the same quantity of marinade as the recipe calls for. Followed the marinade recipe to the letter and marinated overnight and baked in marinade too. Used low-sodium bacon and soy sauce. Flavor was savory and complemented the beans well. Would go good with beef. Lots of compliments on presentation and flavor, and no left-overs to bring home!!! Will make again, didn't think it tasted salty at all.

3 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Dec. 28, 2006

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