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Recipe Reviews 2 reviews
Apple Crisp II
This crisp was, at first bite, pretty good. My apples remained firm and the crisp was initially tasty. But after a couple of bites, my company and I all thought that it lacked flavor. The dish was overwhelmingly sweet and didn't seem to have a lot of spice. If I were to make this again, I'd add more cinnamon and nutmeg, maybe a hint of clove and allspice. I'd also use light or dark brown sugar in place of the white sugar called for tossing the apples. I did double the crisp as most reviewers suggested, and I definitely would not do that again. We all felt that it turned into a crisp with apples, rather than the other way around. The proportions as written would have been good for us. It otherwise felt like we were eating butter and sugar and flour and butter. This wasn't terrible; my guests ate it and were pleased to have a dessert made with freshly picked apples. But I'd have to make a lot of adjustments if I were to make it again.

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Reviewed On: Oct. 27, 2013
Bacon-Balsamic Deviled Eggs
I -- and the rest of the Easter dinner guests -- liked this take on deviled eggs. I used a hardwood-smoked bacon (what I had on hand) and was afraid the smoke flavor would be overpowering, but the balsamic vinegar cut that taste. I realized only *after* I had filled all of my egg whites that I had left out the celery salt, so perhaps that will improve the taste even more next time. These were still very egg-y, but they were better than any deviled eggs I'd had before. If called upon to make deviled eggs, I'll go with this recipe. Thanks for sharing.

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Reviewed On: Apr. 9, 2012
 
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