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Ultimate Double Chocolate Cookies

Reviewed: Aug. 27, 2006
Delicious. I used quality chocolate and these were amazing. They went to a back-to-school picnic, but I'll be making these again for Christmas. I used a 2-tsp scoop and it made the most perfect chocolate bite. Any bigger, and you'll miss the deep taste. Perfect classy cookie.
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A Number One Egg Bread

Reviewed: Dec. 3, 2005
This bread is beautiful to look at and tastes good, especially when I used it in the Baked French Toast recipe on this site. CAVEATS: I did double the sugar. I bake in a 24-inch oven (smaller than traditional) and at 22 minutes in was running to the oven to discover a very dark loaf that was already smelling done. I covered it to stop more browning and let it finish it's time. I'm a lazy baker and a dough this sticky was very hard on my mixer, so next time, I may try kneading by hand. But it is super-light and makes a great braid, and my kids loved it as regular toast.
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Reviewed: Mar. 25, 2005
This tastes just like lobster. My whole family loves this recipe. I've made it at least 4 times, and I've had the best results when the cooked fish has time to chill and dry out in the fridge before broiling. I've used mostly frozen cod from Sam's Club. I'd like to try it with monkfish to see how that tastes.
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Egg Noodles

Reviewed: Jan. 30, 2005
These are both awesome and easy - especially since I cheat and use the dough hook on my mixer. I made the mistake of halving the recipe the first time I made it, since it's just two adults and two picky kids. I always make the full recipe now. I use a heavy french pin to roll it out, then use a pizza cutter to make skinny strips. I lay them over the rolling pin to dry. Really good - husband now refers to these as 'the good noodles'.
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Mall Pretzels

Reviewed: Jan. 14, 2005
I made these for New Year's instead of a big pretzel and they went over huge. I substituted whole wheat flour for the bread flour since that's what I had on hand. Really tasty - chewy and delicious! I topped half with kosher salt and half with cinnamon and sugar. If little kids are going to be the ones eating these, I'd make each one smaller next time. Several people asked for the recipe.
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French Bread Rolls to Die For

Reviewed: Sep. 30, 2004
These are great! I followed the recipe as written. I also followed previous reviewers' great suggestion to weigh out the dough - that will be my new habit. I got 16 2-oz beautifully brown rolls. I baked them on a baking stone with some ice cubes in the oven to make a deeper crust. Delicious! And simple, since I let my mixer do the kneading.
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Oatmeal Peanut Butter Cookies

Reviewed: Sep. 30, 2004
These are awesome! I cut both sugars in half and added 3/4 cup chocolate chips (I know my audience). I also used chunky peanut butter since it's what we had. Oh yeah - used butter, not margarine. I used a 2-tablespoon scoop and they baked perfectly in 11 minutes. They are delicious and beautiful, and will definitely be made frequently.
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Black Bean and Rice Salad

Reviewed: Aug. 26, 2004
This is tasty, nutritious, and filling - the food trifecta in my book. I drained the beans and corn, since I was working with fully-cooked (non-instant) brown rice. I left out the jalapenos since I don't care for that taste and added a couple of stalks of celery to the onion saute. I also found that it didn't need salt. It was delicious as-is, as well as sprinkled with Frank's Red Hot.
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Reviewed: Aug. 7, 2004
Very impressive. I too skipped the milk in favor of cream (had it on hand already) and melted 4 oz of semi-sweet chocolate in the cream before tempering the eggs. On the previous reviewer's advice, I put the tempered mixture through a double-thickness of cheesecloth. The texture of the finished product is unbelievable - extraordinarily smooth and delicious. This is a total keeper - husband says it reminds him of what gelato was like in Italy.
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