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Recipe Reviews 21 reviews
Basic Fruit Smoothie
We enjoyed trying your basic smoothie recipe in different ways. The first time we made it with tropical fruits, papaya, mango, canned and orange juice. Other times we just used what we had around the house...which is usually ripe bananas and strawberries, our family likes to add a couple of teaspoons of vanilla and we sprinkle it with a bit of cinnamon powder just to give it an extra kick. Another possibility is making it with milk instead of water, this is great when you do not have time to have a sit-down meal. Good basic recipe. Thank you Janelle!

246 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Oct. 9, 2002
Filipino Ribs
Thanks Christine for a wonderful Asian ribs recipe. I must admit that finding all the ingredients required for it was not an easy far a the quantity of meat, well it was a little bit too much for our family. The solution was to scale the recipe down to 8. It was a time consuming and labor intensive project...but it is well worth it for a special celebration. Your ribs can be the star of any feast. Salamat!

7 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Oct. 9, 2002
Easy Banana Bread
Teri, your recipe is the answer to my prayers! Living in Texas we have more "ripe" bananas than I would really care to admit. We used to make the perfect banana bread by following a recipe that was printed in the banana bags...where is the recipe? I don't know! However we feel that yours is so much better because it includes vanilla, which is a staple item in our household...and we do not use any kind of cheap vanilla, it has to be genuine Mexican vanilla. Thanks so much for the BEST BANANA BREAD in the net!

5 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Oct. 9, 2002

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