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Recipe Reviews 11 reviews
Kale and Quinoa Salad
Love it! Followed the recipe to the letter. A healthy tasty way to make kale, and a nice refreshing "different" salad to take to an event. From the reviews, I would also echo the need to shred the kale really tiny or its too chewy. I also rubbed the dressing in with my hands after I warmed it up a little to help wilt the kale. If I were to make it for myself and not for a group, I would significantly reduce the quinoa (just adds extra carbs I don't need and it makes it more of a quinoa base not a kale base. I prefer to get my protein from a meat source, not a grain), add more garlic, and skip the currants/raisins as its my preference. However, since I hate it when people rate the recipe and then list all the ways they changed it...I still give it a 5 according to its original instructions!

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Reviewed On: Mar. 18, 2013
Chocolate Turtles(R) Cheesecake I
Very easy to make! I did have to make a few small substitutions based on what I had on hand, and still turned out flawless; beautiful to look at, no cracks, smooth texture. ( my changes were graham crumbs instead of wafers, I would do wafers next time as the Graham's didn't stick together well... And I had only half the Carmel's but I subbed with caramel sauce with no poor side effects, just not a visible caramel layer). I don't agree that this was too rich, as some have said. It is one of the lighter "easier to eat" cheesecakes I have made, and I think would appeal to those who aren't raving cheesecake fans since its not too thick or sticky. Wonderful cheesecake, very solid base recipe. Do what you like to topping or crust... The base recipe is top notch. *note, I always do a water bath with cheesecakes

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Reviewed On: Feb. 20, 2013
King Cake in a Bread Machine
This was great! Very similar to king cake from New Orleans that I have had! Got rave reviews from others who also "know" what a king cake is typically like. Dough was super easy to work with and roll. Rose well, bake time of 15 min was spot on. Minor changes were I used Greek yogurt because I didn't have sour cream, and I also whipped additional cream cheese, sugar, and cinnamon filling to go with the filling printed here in this recipe because I like both fillings. Tasty, light, authentic. People loved it and I am proud of my first king cake.

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Reviewed On: Feb. 12, 2013

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