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Bran Muffins III

Reviewed: Dec. 11, 2003
Seemed to only make about 15 the way I filled the cups. They're not sweet, but I made them as a joke [iced them as cupcakes for someone turning 45], and no one realized they weren't a cupcake.
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Reviewed: Dec. 28, 2002
My mom used to make these for christmas, so I decided to make them this year, and with the low cookie yield, quadrupled the recipie, without taking into consideration that they take more work than a rolled or drop cookie, as there's both rolling [dough] and dropping [jam] involved. And use just a touch of jam, or it drips out the side.
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Anniversary Chicken II

Reviewed: Dec. 28, 2002
Definately worth cooking again, as the only complaint I got was in the color (everything is brown/beige). I assumed the soy sauce was supposed to be mixed with the ranch to make the 'cooking sauce', based on the order of the ingredients. From reading the other reviews about saltiness -- I didn't use all of the bacon (it seemed a bit excessive), and I didn't use 'lite' soy sauce ('lite' soy is usually saltier than dark [superior] soy, which is more sweet/higher calories... look at the labels in the store)
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Candy Cane Cookies I

Reviewed: Dec. 14, 2002
I found it easier to divide both the red and white dough balls into 8 parts each, then roll one of each color into a log, and cut each log into a number of parts (about a dozen...depends on the exact size you want the cookies to be), then work with those little nuggets of dough as you need them. Also, after giving the two ropes a twist, I gave 'em another roll, so they were a single stripped stick, and came out more like a candy cane. You can also substitute the almond extra with peppermint, as many people aren't expecting them to be almond flavored.
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Molasses Banana Bread

Reviewed: Oct. 28, 2002
This recipie will make a very dark, moist, dense loaf. I'd suggest slicing it up and serving it as a winter desert alternative to fruitcake.
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