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Reviewed Hot Cocoa
"This stuff is great. I'm not sure what changed from the last time I made this and rated it a year ago, but my opinion of it has gone up immensely. I would highly recommend putting all the ingredients in a food processor or blender to minimize clumps. Also fantastic with a blob of marshmallow fluff. "
Reviewed Banana-Yogurt Oatmeal Muffins
"This is literally the exact recipe I was looking for. Turned out great. They are not overly sweet, which I prefer. Thank you!!"
Reviewed Sirloin Steak
"Fantastic. My steaks were sliced much more thinly than his, ended up well well to medium-well and were still great. Suggestions: use a different oil with a lower smoke point (canola worked great for me), and start the rack lower than you think you need to, especially if your steak isn't actually sliced a full inch thick. Other than that, broil awa""
Reviewed Salmon Burgers with Caesar Slaw
"Very tasty indeed. Only change was that i added 2 tsp Old Bay seasoning. And i think my ginormous lemon contributed to the fact that these tasted rather lemony. But they were really delicious with just a slice of tomato. Thanks Rachael! "
Reviewed Turkey Pot Pie
"I was stuck between a 3 and a 4...
It's a good base. My husband and I enjoyed it for dinner, and will enjoy the leftovers. The veggie to meat to sauce ratios were spot on. However, by following the directions, the roux was too thin. I could have fixed that by either reducing the amount of liquid by about a cup, or simmering much longer. I'd add so"
Reviewed Instant Chocolate Cake
"For an microwave chocolate cake, it's good. Don't expect it to be the same as those little plastic bowls you can pay nearly $4 a pop for. Nice factoid: this is significantly cheaper. The texture is a bit like slightly rubbery pudding cake: very moist, surprisingly springy. The recipe lends itself easily to substitution (i.e. sweetener, less oil/oil substitution, different non-leavened flours, different cocoa powders). Don't forget the pinch of salt (I'd use table salt; the kosher didn't have enough time to dissolve and I kept tasting little bits of salt). Don't overdo the vanilla. It definitely satisfied my craving for sweet/chocolate. "
Reviewed Overnight Cinnamon Rolls
"The rolls themselves were wonderful. I didn't even put them in the fridge, just skipped straight to the hot proof and they turned out perfect. As a mom of a toddler and a newborn I can say this recipe is forgiving if you miss a step or take too long to do something.
I used a packet of Active Dry yeast and added it straight in without proofing. It took close to 3 hours to rise properly. I made a second batch with Rapid Rise yeast, and it took almost half the time he listed to proof, and should be proofed in a slightly warm place, such as the oven with the light on. I didn't find the Instant yeast.
I prefer this recipe for icing: 2 oz cream cheese, 2 oz butter - cream together; beat in 1 c powdered sugar and 1 tsp vanilla extract.
Reviewed Mustard and Collard Greens
"Another case of "I've never cooked greens before" and I loved them! It's a completely different method than others I've seen used, and I'm glad I tried this one first. This method makes them taste great!! The only things I did differently was use leftover bacon grease instead of frying fresh, subbed veggie stock b/c that's all I had, and threw in a pinch of crushed red pepper.