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Reviewed The Ultimate Cheesecake
"This appears to be a duplicate of another recipe by Tyler, so I'll post my review here as well.
I only gave this a 4 because the cooking time is very obviously not correct at this temperature (oven is checked for accuracy with sensor. Otherwise, this is excellent...*IF* you like a creamy, almost pudding-like cheesecake...which I do. In an 8" pan"
Reviewed The Ultimate Cheesecake
"I only gave this a 4 because the cooking time is very obviously not correct at this temperature (oven is checked for accuracy with sensor). Otherwise, this is excellent...*IF* you like a creamy, almost pudding-like cheesecake...which I do. In an 8" pan, this took 60 minutes, plus another 40 minutes in the oven (door cracked about 2") and oven tu"
Reviewed Perfectly Flaky Pie Crust
"The only thing I changed was to use Vodka (I keep the bottle in the freezer) as the crust doesn't shrink as much. The whole family decided this was the flakiest crust I've ever made (and it was certainly the easiest!).
Reviewed Ice Cubes
"Thanks for the recipe! I've been buying mine at the store because I just don't have the time to make my own, but hopefully (one day), I'll bite the bullet and hope they come out right!"
Reviewed Luby's Cafeteria Macaroni and Cheese
"I switched out the American Cheese for Sharp Cheddar and Swiss Cheese (about 4 oz of swiss in the single recipe) for more flavor and doubled the recipe. There is no way the original recipe would have fed 8 people...even doubling it would not do that. Also, instead of holding back cheese to sprinkle on top, I browned some plain bread crumbs in b..."
Reviewed Dried Cherry Almond Scones
"Anne Burrell never disappoints. This recipe is *perfect* and reminds me of the scones I had in England and Scotland. If you make it correctly, there is no need to add additional cream and, in fact, by doing so you will change the finished texture so that it resembles a biscuit more than a scone. Still good...but not a scone. The trick is to do""
"I've been baking palmiers for years but I am puzzled by the 'intermediate' rating. These are easy enough that my 7 year old was able to make them without my help. Yes, they are 'sweet'...that's what makes them 'palmiers'...a carmelized sugar encrusted pastry. Despite the sweetness, they are a perfect 'light' ending to a meal."
Reviewed Banana Bread
"Quite good as is, but absolutely perfect with a little tweaking. I added 1 tsp vanilla and 1 cup of chopped walnuts. Since banana sizes vary, I measured my smooshed bananas so I'd know how to tweak it in the future if it was too dry or too wet. I ended up using 1-3/4 cups smooshed bananas. I also poured it into two 8x4 loaf pans. When poured in one big pan, the sides tend to get overdone in an attempt to cook the center. The slightly smaller loaf pans prevents this. The loaves were done in 45 minutes exactly."