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Flourless Peanut Butter Cookies

Reviewed: May 24, 2008
I made these today and they are FABulous!!! Here's what I did: I doubled the recipe, which means I used two cups of peanut butter (basically, one jar), two eggs, and one cup sugar (3/4 white, and 1/4 brown). I did add a tsp of vanilla, and about 1/2 tsp of baking powder, for fear they might run all over the pan. They did not - I think they would be fine with out the baking powder. I used natural peanut butter, and poured the oil off the top without mixing it in. This made for a perfect, and I mean perfect, cookie consistency - moist on the inside, but not runny in the least. The taste is salty/sweet, which I love! I made them into a ball form for the cookie sheets, and they only flattened a bit, for a perfect, round cookie shape (didn't press them with a fork). I can hardly stop eating them. Will most definitely make them many times again. Even my husband likes them, and he doesn't like peanut butter. Thanks for this great recipe!!!
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Hot Water Cornbread

Reviewed: May 22, 2008
These corncakes are very yummy. I like the level of salt-flavor, but I would like them a little sweeter, so next time I'll add more sugar. I did fry them too long. By the time they're really golden, they're too crispy on the outside to cut easily. I can't wait to make them again and not overcook them. They are delicious and I love the taste of them with real maple syrup!
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JK's Sausage Casserole

Reviewed: Mar. 28, 2008
This recipe was pretty darn good; my husband and I definitely enjoyed it. Just a few things we would change: we used a red onion, which was a mistake; much too sweet for this recipe. Next time it'll be a plain old yellow onion. Additionally, next time we will either substitute hash browns for the sausage, or simply add the hash browns as an additional layer. Also, I would recommend a bit of salt. A delicious recipe concept; everyone's tastes are different!
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Christmas Plum Pudding

Reviewed: Feb. 18, 2008
"Plum Pudding" simply means that it contains raisins, not our modern American idea of plums. "Plum" is the old, obsolete term for "raisin." A traditional English plum pudding contains raisins, not plums. Common misconception!
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