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Tomato Beef Stroganoff
I followed LadyE's suggestions for herbs, garlic and cayenne pepper. I did not have tomatoes and did not use tomato paste (I did not think that tomatoes and beef could work together) so using tomato sauce gave enough flavor. Maybe next time I'll use tomatoes and paste to see what it tastes like. Anyway, I also boiled the noodles separately from the dish so it wouldn't absorb too much of the gravy that my husband loves to see in a dish.

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Reviewed On: Aug. 21, 2014
Sacher Torte
I have just made it! Have never used a spring form pan before, so I opted for the small ceramic dishes that I could control better; anyway, I have cooked, "out of the box mixes", with chocolate and I suggest to put a large mixing bowl over a pot of water (no overheating/burning of choc) to melt it. It is well...worth the effort if people enjoy a truly "homemade desert". If you don't have a "La Madeleine" restaurant then fly to Vienna by all means. Trying to make the syrup soak in was difficult because the cake is not soft enough. A second thing was the icing to which I had to add quite a bit more cream or it does NOT spread (too chunky). I kept it in the double boiler, so it definitely needed more cream.

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Reviewed On: Feb. 14, 2014
All American Apple Pie
I decided to use Granny Smiths, and I know they tend to be a little more sour than other varieties, but the ones I get are not too sour. The crust came out beautiful/not soggy at all (I didn't know what to expect not ever having to NOT prebake the crust).

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Reviewed On: Jan. 7, 2014
 
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