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Recipe Reviews 3 reviews
Smashed Cauliflower
With a few changes this is a good recipe. I steamed the cauliflower in the chicken broth with a couple tsp of bottled garlic. When it was done I drained the broth into a bowl. Then used my wand blender and added a little broth at a time until I had the thickness I wanted. To get the "mashed potato" consistency I added a couple tablespoons of heavy cream. You could use half & half, but I didn't have any. Of course this adds cals and fat, but gives a wonderful consistency! To cut down on the cheese I used crumbled gorgonzola (about 3 T) instead of the cheddar and parm. Fabulous if you like that taste!

58 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Feb. 18, 2008
Blackberry Cobbler II
Every summer my husband an youngest son go blackberry picking and I always make the same cobbler recipe which everyone likes. This year I decided to try this recipe and we just loved it! My husband especially thought it far surpassed the other recipe I have used. He liked the fact that it was made in a cast iron skillet. The only change I made was to cut down on the sugar. I used 1/3c in the batter and 2/3c in the berries. Also I use raw (turbinado)sugar. I think less sugar lets you taste the berries more. Thanks for a great recipe, it will be the one I use from now on!

72 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: May 6, 2006
Banana Wheat Bread
Fantastic recipe! I'm not a great fan of honey, so I used 1/4 c honey and 1/4c raw (turbinado) sugar. I also added golden raisins ans walnuts rather than pecans. You would never guess this recipe had no white flour. It is superb!

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: May 4, 2006

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