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Brysell Cookies

Reviewed: Dec. 22, 2002
This recipe did NOT work. I thought a pound of butter in a recipe this size sounded like a lot. The first tray of cookies burned before the time frame given. There after they did not burn, but they crumbled horribly when handled. It was hard to lift them off the pan without breaking, and the ones that did come out whole crumbled when lifting out of the container. It makes good crumbs but not a recipe for anyone who want to make nice cookies for gifts.
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Restaurant-Style Prime Rib Roast

Reviewed: Mar. 21, 2008
I am online to look over recipes for the Prime Rib Roast of the meat butchered. Barb, thank you for elaborating more on your directions. The rest of you did nothing to mention how the meat was when you tried Barb's instructions, so I can only assume you did not. The butcher's instructions on my 6 + roast states: Preheat and cook 30 min in a 400 degree oven, then 20 minutes per pound at 350 degrees. The butcher states that medium rare is 130 degrees internal. If the roast is over 10 lbs to cut time down to 15 min. per pound. Perhaps different locations (humidity, arrid and altitude) makes differences on exacts? I do not like to read argumentive reviews, I like facts of what occurred when YOU tried someones recipes - matter of fact and respectfully. I am sure I am not alone. I will take seriously anyone's review that sounds like they are not playing nice.
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Sue's Hot Fudge Sauce

Reviewed: Dec. 24, 2012
I can tell my looking at this recipe it will be a good one. If too sweet I can add more cocoa - no problem. I am disheartened to see see only three stars or less on some of these from people who changed the recipe them rated it down. The gentleman who scourched his must have been a beginner. To beginners: Start with low heat if and increase in increments because stoves differ (esp. electric) or cook in a double boiler. It may take longer, but it will save the sauce from burning. ; ) As an experienced cook I have no doubt this will come out a 5 for me.
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