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Reviewed Grandma's Strawberry-Rhubarb Pie
"Overall the pie was very good, everyone enjoyed it. I pre-read reviews and changed my ratios-used 6 total cups of fruit (4 cups strawberry and 2 cups rhubarb). I also upped the tapioca and the flour by 1T each because so many people had commented on how runny the pie was. Mine set up perfectly once it was completely cooled. I left the amount of su"
Reviewed Chocolate Truffles
"Have made these for the past two Christmas seasons. They are time consuming, and they are a mess, but they turn out pretty good (although maybe not the prettiest truffles you've ever seen). I do recommend cutting back on the amount of brandy. I hardly add any, otherwise the inside is a little too gooey (and I don't like my truffles to be too booze-y). Additionally, I always replace some of the semi-sweet chocolate with milk chocolate. Rolling in toasted coconut seems to be the most popular flavor among friends and coworkers.
Reviewed Bob's Peppermint Pie
"It is edible, but barely. I must've gone wrong somewhere...the gelatin broke up into chunks, so you just fine a bite of gel in the middle of your bite of pie. The flavor is a little too mild, but that's could've been fixed...I just don't know how to fix the texture. Also, people weren't kidding about it taking a long time to melt those candies, it was WAY longer than the recipe said it would be to make this pie.