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Recipe Reviews 3 reviews
Southern Peach Cobbler
This is a standby recipe in my family, but even as easy as it is, I hadn't made it in a long time, so I went to All Recipes to confirm. It's so easy and so good and the only ingredient I need to think about is making sure I always have a can of peaches in my pantry. A few tips: I don't melt the butter. I just cut it in cubes and line the bottom of the pan. Also, to address those who ended up with "a soggy mess," I was taught this recipe as the rule of ONE: 1 cube butter 1 cup self rising flour 1 cup sugar 1 cup milk 1 can peaches (cinnamon to taste, optional) Using 1 cup of everything takes care of the consistency problems. I've also brought it uncooked to a gathering, threw it in the oven when I arrived. Then we had hot peach cobbler with ice cream ready for dessert time and it was a hit!

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Reviewed On: Dec. 24, 2013
Ashley's African Peanut Soup
Made this a few days ago and made some edits per other people's suggestions and my own preferences: halved the recipe, doubled the spices, omitted cayenne (because I have a young child), used Quinoa instead of rice. We still found the flavor a little bland, which I could not believe given the additional spices I used PLUS having cut the recipe in 1/2 which means quadrouple strength of the spices. As with most soup recipes it got better and better as a left-over with yesterday's left-over being extremely yummy! That being said, I still think the recipe is missing that one extra something and if you can just figure out what that something is . . . WOW it's going to be great!

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Reviewed On: Apr. 19, 2013
Pear Scones
I really enjoy these scones and have made them multiple times, but like many, I have made my own variations. You certainly need more dry ingredients, so I suggest playing with the consistency until the batter looks scone-like. Either way, these do have a "muffin-y" texture when baked. When I'm feeling lazy, I substitute the dry ingredients (minus brown sugar) for Bisquik - so easy. I also use additional spices or substitute the pears for applesauce according to my whim on a particular day. Recently, I substituted 1/2 of the flour for whey protein to give some nutritional value to the recipe - totally worked - my son ate them right up!

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Reviewed On: Apr. 2, 2013

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