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Recipe Reviews 7 reviews
Original Nestle(R) Toll House Chocolate Chip Cookies
This is a classic recipe. I have found that the key to greatly improve this recipe is to add at least 1/2 cup more flour (or even more) at the end of mixing the dough so it's really stiff - before adding the chips and nuts. Sounds counter-intuitive, but adding more flour makes for cookies that are not flat, and they stay deliciously soft and chewy over time. Agree with other reviewers: Use real butter and real vanilla.

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Reviewed On: Mar. 9, 2015
Grilled Corn on the Cob
My boyfriend made corn this way, and it was better than mine (I usually soak in water and grill in husk without foil.) I feel like this was juicier and more tender. I was looking for "his" method and found this - thanks! A note to other reviewers about the foil: It DOES NOT MATTER if you have the shiny or dull side in. This is an old myth. Reynolds states this on their website. Neither side reflects or holds in heat better. The only time the side matters is if you are using the non-stick foil.

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Reviewed On: Sep. 4, 2014
Watermelon Sherbet
Thanks for sharing this! It is lovely, with such a wonderful texture ... pure summer bliss. This is the best stuff I've gotten out of my ice cream maker without going through the work of cooking a custard and separating eggs, etc. THANK YOU, TerryWilson! (To another reviewer who didn't like the seeds: You CAN sieve the original mixture to remove them. If you rub the sieve or strainer with a wooden spoon/spatula, you'll still get most of the pulp.)

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Reviewed On: Jul. 31, 2014

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