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Recipe Reviews 2 reviews
Thanksgiving Day Creamed Turnips
At first I followed the recipe to a tee. Too much "goo" and not enough turnip. Also, that "goo" was super plain, and on top of that, basically just tasted like thick milk. I tried to add cheese and salt to try to make it more like a turnip au gratin, but then it was just slightly-cheesy-and-more-flavorful-milk "goo". Oh well. I tried. As my husband said afterward, if there was only about 1/3 of the milk mixture it'd have probably tasted better. One other thing I thought about trying but forgot to mix in to "rescue" it-garlic powder. I added it on top at the end and it worked a bit better, it would have more so I believe had it been mixed in.

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Reviewed On: Jan. 7, 2013
Best Brownies
JUST LIKE BOX BROWNIES! ^_^ NOTE: To get that flavor though, you MUST use margarine, not butter. I tried butter and they came out tasting too buttery. Makes sense seeing as every box of brownie mix calls for vegetable oil to be added, and margarine is about half vegetable oil. I have been on a search the last couple of months for the perfect brownie recipe. For me, this means one that tastes just like the boxed ones at the store. I LOVE fudgy brownies, and there have been a few recipes I've tried that are too gooey, or more on the cakey side. This recipe is great because it's super soft and chewy, slightly gooey, but not an "undercooked tasting" mess, even when you cook it ten minutes over(like a Ghiradelli brownie recipe I tried). I love love love, and from now on, unless across my baking adventures I try to bake one and it's better, this will be my go to recipe for forever! ;D

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Reviewed On: Dec. 18, 2012

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