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Recipe Reviews 12 reviews
Beef Noodle Soup
I rated this soup on the ingredients as written, and we liked it very much. A very easy and quick soup to prepare. I don't see how some of these viewers can give a recipe a rating when they change the ingredients (they're rating their own recipe). Just saying....

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Reviewed On: Apr. 30, 2015
Black Magic Cake
I made this cake today and it was one of the best cakes I've ever made! I used espresso instead of regular brewed coffee and my goodness it was delicious ! I made a fluffy white frosting using egg whites and added almond extract for flavoring . The combination of chocolate, almond and espresso is one of my favorite treats! I too like another reviewer was a little worried about how thin the batter was but it baked up beautifully . I had a shaken iced espresso to go with mine , I'm going to have to skip a meal or two after all this good indulgence though !

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Mar. 28, 2015
Really Easy Bread Stuffing
Very Bland....why would you use water when broth adds so much version is very simple and fast and everyone asks for the recipe. To start off I always add chopped celery and onion all around my Turkey in the roasting pan before roasting. This adds wonderful flavor to the broth the turkey makes. So I break up plain white bread in a big bowl sprinkling in sage, salt & pepper alternately while tossing with my hands. This can be made ahead of time and set aside ready to add your turkey broth with the celery and onions. I'm not one for measuring so I just pour and mix a little at a time until it is as moist or as dry as you like it. Then pour into a buttered baking dish and cover with aluminum foil for about 30 to 35 mins. (it will puff up under the foil). Then remove foil and brown to your liking. For an easy dressing when you're not having turkey just add sautéed onion & celery to canned or boxed chicken broth. note: I always add hot broth to the torn up bread.

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Reviewed On: Nov. 27, 2014

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