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Whole Wheat Ginger Snaps

Reviewed: May 29, 2005
I agree with previous reviewer - spicy and chewy! There is no snap in them but I prefer these over any store bought ones I've ever had. Baked them and brought a plate out for card game with friends and there are none left. They are delicious and easy to make! I had looked for this recipe because husband had brought home whole wheat flour instead of reg flour (twice!) so I had to find a recipe that uses it up.
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Banana Cake VI

Reviewed: May 21, 2005
Make that 10 stars! This is my all-time favorite made-from-scratch cake recipe and I have tried many over the years. I get many compliments every time I make it and I've made it five or six times over the last year. The freezing apparently makes the cake moist but I also like the fact that it keeps its height. I have made it in round cake pans and the cake ends up quite high. It looks nice when it's done and frosted. I'd like to find another cake recipe that I like as well as this one. I've made it twice this weekend, one for a grad party (not a crumb left) and then again for a family birthday the next day. I'd like to try the freezing trick with some other recipes and see what happens. Freezing also allows the first frosting (crumb layer) to take place sooner as it's cool in 45 minutes. Great recipe!
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Stuffed Celery

Reviewed: May 21, 2005
This was a hit! There was nary a piece left after the party. I did take earlier reviewer's suggestion and doubled the nuts to 1/2 c chopped walnuts. I can see where that made a difference. Would definitely make again. Thanks, Linda.
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Easy Biscuit Mixture

Reviewed: Feb. 20, 2005
This is a terrific biscuit mix! I have used it three times over the weekend for biscuits and pancakes and find it to be a light fluffy biscuit, far superior to its commercial mix inspiration (which is w-a-y too salty!). I took a reviewer's suggestion and put it in the 3 lb shortening container which works well. The 10c amount is too big for the container but the excess was quickly used up! To clear up some confusion, I did not know what to do with the mix to make the biscuits so I found the bisquick site and here is what works well: BISCUITS 2 1/4 c mix 2/3 c milk Bake at 450 degrees and 12 mins (in my oven). PANCAKES 2 c mix 1 c milk 2 egs For more recipes, go to the website. The biscuits fluffed up about double in size and were absolutely delicious. Enjoy, and thanks Janet!
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