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Recipe Reviews 6 reviews
Mom's Best Peanut Brittle
Made a double batch. Used already roasted unsalted peanuts and took others suggestions and added them at about 260-270 degrees. Also warmed pans with silpat liners in oven at 250 degrees while candy heating. Pouring mixture into silpat lined pans using two oven mitts was easy and tilting pans using silpat allowed mixture to spread beautifully. Set outside on the patio for a 1/2 hour or so to cool. Easy to peel off mat and break. Very little mess. There were two burnt peanuts I removed with a pair of tongs before mix set. I was going to use a bit of molasses but forgot, so added 1-2 T during cooking process to give color. Worked well for me. One of my kids friends said it was better than her favorite peanut brittle recipe, so there you go. Note on peanut amount - I used just over 2 1/4 cups for double batch. Plenty of peanuts and shouldn't believe I would ever want more than that (I'm a peanut lover!)

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Reviewed On: Dec. 18, 2011
Creme Brulee French Toast
I copied the review from Chef Wanda because it fits me to a tee as well. My feeling is that I cut my bread to thick and maybe used to dense of a bread. From Chef Wanda (and me): "I was surprised I did not like this recipe considering all the great reviews. Maybe I will try it again, but I think I did everything as directed. Mine came out semi-soggy and the caremalized part was just gummy and sticky. Overall, a big disapointment."

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Reviewed On: Jun. 6, 2006
Sarah's Applesauce
Perfect for apples that have been in the fridge too long and have lost their cripness. Easy and my kids love em. Thanks.

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Reviewed On: Apr. 17, 2006

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