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Rada Dvorkin Miller


Rada Dvorkin Miller
 
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Real French Crepes
I make a triple batch of these whenever I make them. I do use double the eggs and add a little agave syrup, so not exactly as written. So, I use 6 eggs, 6 cups of milk and 3 cups of flour, plus a squeeze of the agave bottle. The kids eat them with either Nutella or PB&J. One day, they will learn to eat these with fruit and berries... but for right now, this is what they like. The rest get layered with wax paper (as I make them). Then, they go in the fridge and get eaten by the kids over the next few days. Started doing it when Costco discontinued the La Creperie crepes they used to sell and all three kids went into mourning. I am a great cook, but crepes have always intimidated me. Didn't realize how easy they are and how much better and cheaper they turn out than the Costco La Creperie ones (which weren't all that good, but the kids loved them).

2 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jan. 19, 2013
Acorn Squash
I did the first bit of cooking in the microwave, face down with some water. Then flipped them over, added a tablespoon on Smart Balance, sprinkled with cinnamon and brown sugar (ended up using about a teaspoon of brown sugar per half, spread out). Baked at 350 degrees for 25 mins. The five year old smelled the cinnamon and came running. He ate a half all by himself. It was delicious.

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Reviewed On: Jul. 9, 2011
 
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