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"Crepes are supposed to be light and delicate. What Alton has here is essentially a pancake recipe. There is no way that the ratio of 1 cup of flour to 2 eggs = a crepe batter. Admittedly, the ratio of liquid to dry ingredients will make the pancake batter thinner, but the finished "crepe" will be little more than a thin pancake; not a crepe. S"
Reviewed Broccoli and Dill Raita Slaw
"We took the liberty of substituting some ingredients in this recipe, using Craisins in place of the cranberries and parsley in place of the cilantro. The result was really quite good and this recipe has now become part of our "go to" summer salad favorites.
Thanks, Aarti, for sharing this with us.
P.S. We intend to try it using green cabbage next time and, perhaps, asparagus at some point in the future."
Reviewed Guinness Milkshake
"To truly enjoy this concoction it's a good idea to have already experienced and accepted the bitterness of stouts, especially Guinness stout. The flavor profile of this milkshake are, as you would expect, chocolatey and the Guinness natural flavors blend well with the chocolate in the ice cream. The finish, at the back of the throat, is clearly bitter and the bitterness will not appeal to all those who try it. For my own experience, I tried it once. That was enough."
Creative cooking and bread making are my passions
My pet-peeves are people who offer advice to novice cooks when they don't know what they're talking about (especially on science and ridiculous health benefit, nutritional points)
What inspires me to cook? Getting out of bed in the morning is all I need.