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Wonder Wanda


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Recipe Reviews 52 reviews
Beer Bread I
So simple and easy. I use 1/3 c of sugar because that's what I've always used, and brush butter over the top 10 minutes before it's done baking. Always a hit.

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: May 9, 2010
Pumpkin Cranberry Bread
This bread tastes good but the texture is so-so. The first time I made it, it seemed a bit thick and heavy but everyone enjoyed the flavor. The next time, I replaced the oil with applesauce and it was a fiasco. The bread did not cook through even after 90 minutes in the oven. I finally took it out because the top was burnt, but the middle was still extremely doughy. If I ever made this again I would definitely use oil instead of applesauce.

2 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Nov. 19, 2006
Real Potato Leek Soup
Awesome flavor and texture. This doesn't need fancy spices and a lot of complicated steps; it's easy and delicious. However, if you want to add extra spices, I found that mustard powder, garlic, and/or a sprinkle of nutmeg worked well with the potato and leek flavors. We also ate it with a toasted piece of sourdough bread (yum!) I'd also suggest adding the milk directly into the bowl. That way each person can control the soup's consistency to their preference, and I didn't have to worry that the soup had milk in it that might spoil if I left it out for a couple hours or if it took more than a week to finish (which it did). I think we used more potatoes than were called for; we didn't have red potatoes so we had to guess but we used up the last of our baking potatoes (6 of them). It made enough for 2 people to eat for a week.

61 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Nov. 1, 2005
 
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