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    By Marie

    I substituted the 1/3 cup sugar with Trader Joe's Stevia Extract (its better than splenda...gross stuff in there)

    Recipe #60204


    Recipe #410496

     |  By English_Rose

    This is absolutely divine. I used bone in/skin on chicken breasts. I used only about 4- 6 oz of chorizo and that was plenty and then followed the...

     |  By mama smurf

    I've said it before (as in last night) and I'll say it again...this is good.

    Recipe #361644

     |  By newspapergal

    Delicious! Definitely the best if you take them out of the oven while still a little jiggly; (browned top). They cool to a firm but chewy bar- not...

    Recipe #108248

     |  By Sue Lau

    This recipe was so good I even joined up so I could review it. I grew up on my mom's ham and beans and never tried anything different. I was...

    Recipe #96347

     |  By Chef Chöich

    This is as close as it gets. Thanks for a great recipe. Uses this as a side to grilled steak. Husband loved it!!!! Other recipes added canned...

    Recipe #303618

     |  By Dawn

    These were not soft, nor buttery. My guys liked them, and suggested rustic round shape next time. But the second rise took them out of shape and...

    Recipe #236658

     |  By Chef Buggsy Mate

    Reviewed for April Recipe Swap in the Aus/NZ forum. An easy to make sauce that was terrific on our ice-cream. The only problem we had was not being...

    Recipe #481362

     |  By Shirl (J) 831

    Great dough recipe! I've tried many before and this is the best and its very quick and easy! I wouldn't put the water that high temp to...

    Recipe #177072


    Never made Berbere before, TRUE!<br/>LOVE the kick and versatility too!<br/>HIGHLY recommend people make...WHOO HOO!

    Recipe #117588

     |  By breezee1984

    I really enjoyed this simple and versatile dish, TRUE!<br/>Was the first time I had Ethiopian Wat and based on the results, I will be trying...

    Recipe #219899

     |  By evelyn/athens

    this is easy to make and delicious.<br/>i did not have figs to add, but it was still tasty. try it on tasted german pumpernickel no knead...

    Recipe #328595

     |  By CookbookCarrie

    beautiful, light with soft middles. permanent recipe in my book

    Recipe #53405

     |  By Newiegirl

    Wonderful pumpkin scones....and nobody would guess that they are so, so easy to make! Just had to try this recipe as it truly seemed too good to be...

    Recipe #184056

     |  By Annacia

    Wow is appropriate for these tasty jewels! I selected the recipe to use strawberries and bananas needing a home and count myself lucky to have...

    Recipe #464784


    Recipe #484949

     |  By Leahferne

    Excellent and a recipe I'll use again! I cut a 3 pound roast into cubes and marinated with half of the sauce in a bag. My plans were to then...

     |  By Bev

    I always thought making a coulis was incredibly difficult and only accomplished by professional chefs - this recipe proved me wrong! I can't...

    Recipe #59967

     |  By Chef #DBLEE

    The instructions for this recipe need some editing. "2-inch strips" means cut the pork butt in two inch thick slices across the grain; it...

    Recipe #479156


    Recipe #398357

    I like the bare bones of this recipe, but if you add about 1/2 a tsp of minced ginger and garlic respectively it will greatly improve the aroma of...

     |  By Bolistoli

    Much like a real Thai fried rice; we really enjoyed this. I halved the fish sauce (which was still more than plenty for us), used peanut oil to fry...

    Recipe #473225


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