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Joined Date: Nov 12, 2007
Reviewed Homemade Mayonnaise
"Very tasty indeed! I used all olive oil, a delicate Australian kind. I realized that the red wine and mustard paired well with the tenderloin episode. If I were making it for eggs, chicken, etc I would use lemon juice and a milder vinegar. I used the immersion blender in a wide mouth pint jar. My blender started getting hot and I didn't want to pa"
Reviewed Double Chocolate Pudding
"Wonderful! I followed several reviewers' suggestions and increased sugar by 2 tablespoons, beat sugar and eggs until very thick and light, and used a wooden spoon to stir until it started thickening and then whisk. Other mods were almond milk instead of cows milk, 1 extra T cocoa because I didn't have any chocolate, and no cream at the end. To mak"
Reviewed Waffle of Insane Greatness
"Unbelievable. I love waffles and always search for the perfect recipe that is light and crunchy. This is it! It doesn't get soggy after the first minute out of the waffle iron. Extremely light. Letting the batter set for 30 minutes is a must and it worked for me to let it set for over an hour until everyone was up.""
"Can someone help me out? Another review said "egg whites" but the recipe calls for EGGS, not whites. Mine is just as yellow as it can be, the secod lump of butter turned it into a soup."
Reviewed Outrageous Brownies
"This recipe was worth logging in to review. I impressed everyone at a dinner party last night, including kids who HATE dark chocolate and coffee. First off, you don't taste the coffee. At all. Second, I used multiple pans to get the square inches needed to match Ina's fancy pan. Third, I used the full 1 TABLESPOON baking powder and it was perfect. I messed up the chocolate because I melted the chocolate chips in with the other 1 pound chocolate, so I added about 1/4 c more flour. I used bittersweet chocolate instead of semi sweet so I added a touch more sugar. I know my oven runs cool, so I baked for about 40 minutes before even checking them, and they needed about 5-10 minutes more. I don't count recipes down on the cook time because I know ovens can vary so much. These brownies are AMAZING. I just can't rave enough about them. Everyone loved them, kids and adults. Worth the effort, even if you half the recipe for a normal size pan."