Tabitha Profile - (18776041)

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Home Town: Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
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Member Since: Jan. 2004
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About this Cook
I'm a 17 year old university student. I don't get too much of a chance to cook in residence, but I do quite a lot of baking when I'm at home. My boyfriend frequently requests my chocolate chip cookies - Beth's Chocolate Chip Cookies on this site.
My favorite things to cook
My best-known recipe is Beth's Chocolate Chip Cookies, as I've made them for several different occasions. Everyone loves them to bits.
My favorite family cooking traditions
My mom and I make bread together some of the weekends I'm in town, and we try a new recipe every time.
Recipe Reviews 9 reviews
Soft Molasses Cookies II
These were so soft and tasty! I doubled the cinnamon and ginger because I like a heavier spice flavour in my cookies, and I added some nutmeg as well. They came out perfectly in 11 minutes. Yesterday I made another batch, but with honey instead of molasses and just the recommended amount of spice. Those were really good too. I'm definitely keeping this recipe.

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Reviewed On: Dec. 21, 2004
Cream Cheese Pound Cake I
This pound cake was excellent. Nice and dense, and SO rich and filling! I didn't count my eggs before I started, so I used 5 eggs and maybe 1/4c sour cream to make up for the moisture. Mine cracked a bit, but that certainly doesn't affect the taste. I might add some lemon extract next time and see what happens - I'm so excited to have a good recipe like this that I can use to experiment.

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Reviewed On: Dec. 21, 2004
Easiest Ever Fruit Cobbler
This turned out looking horrible, but it gets two stars for tasting good anyway and another one because it was probably my fault (or my old, derelict oven's fault) that it turned out so badly. I didn't have any self-rising flour, so I used flour and a bit of baking powder. I also used 1% milk as it was the only type we had. It seemed as though there was far too much juice with the peaches, and the topping mixture floated unappealingly on the top before I put it in the oven. The topping was only browned in some areas; the rest remained an off-white colour that looked uncooked even though it was not. All in all, it looked rather awful but, as I mentioned, it still tasted good... it's just nothing I would serve to guests.

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Reviewed On: Jun. 17, 2004

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