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Reviewed Smashed Potatoes and Broccoli
"Way too much butter for that many potatoes. Who do these people think they are, Paula Deen?""
Reviewed Chocolate-Hazelnut Sandwich Cookies
"This recipe is just so sweet: first the spread tops the cookie, then the cookie gets to top the spread. "
Reviewed Nutella and Toast
"Unlike arengel (below), I knew bread was for eating ... but Nutella? Here I was thinking it was skin cream and tan-in-a bottle combined. And my dog always seemed particularly friendly after applying it.
But if Nutella can be spread on toast, what other foods have I been misusing? Is Vaseline really meant to glaze a roast? Is kitty litter actuall"
Reviewed Frozen Grapes
"I didn't have any grapes, so I tried this with grape juice .. well, actually, it was an expensive bottle of Bordeaux, but same difference, right? But it wouldn't freeze on account of the alcohol.
To avoid disappointing your readership, be sure to specify that this recipe only works with non-alcoholic grapes ... or change the name to "Chilled Gra"
"There was no Angel Food Cake at my local store, but they did have leftover Xmas fruitcake on sale – and since there was no whipped cream in canisters (would whipping cream in a carton have been okay, Rachael?), I had to settle for mayonnaise. No fresh blueberries and raspberries of course, they're not in season, so I used blueberry and raspberry jam.
I have to say that although sugaring the jam may have been overkill (was this recipe supposed to cause shaking and sweats, Rachael?), heaps of jam on fruitcake, all topped with generous dollops of mayonnaise, did make for a delish dessert.
Epic recipe Rachael, offerings like this prove you are truly my type of chef!"
Reviewed Ham Steaks
"Wanting to be extra sensitive to the response of the virgin olive oil the first time I opened it up – that it wouldn't become too agitated and would be ready to be used again as soon as possible – I kept the heat at a delicate level and left the massive ham meat in for the briefest time possible.
Now the oil is spoiled for anything but that meat, and I have trichinosis. Thanks Rachael. "
Reviewed Best Hot Dogs
"Never knew one could boil hot dogs and serve them warm, so I had to try this. I don't have sea salt, but I didn't want to ruin the recipe by using ordinary table salt ... so I filled my pot in the surf at the beach instead. Wow! Great result – this recipe rocks! And the jellyfish cooked with the hot dogs add that exotic "kick of flavor"! Now if only my mouth would stop swelling."
Reviewed Glove Compartment Snack
"When I saw this yields "9 servings", I thought great, just the thing for the family to munch during the 3 minute drive to the mall for some fine food court dining. Well ... that might be "9 servings" for a runway full of anorexic fashion models, but in our oversized he-man SUV the "Snack" was finished before we left our McMansion length driveway. Refilling the recipe at the gas station only netted us whole walnuts and a bottle of maraschino cherries, and with no bowl in the vehicle we had to shell the nuts, drain the cherries, and mix the Snack in the "Glove Compartment" – what a mess! This recipe simply does not work in real life with real people. "