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Reviewed Rich Beef Barley Soup
"I am completely baffled as to why people thought this was fatty. What a shame that a reviewer even threw her soup out after adding and cooking the delicious and yes expensive oxtails. I used short ribs, still pricey but not as bad. I ALWAYS make soup the day before it is served, put it in the fridge and then literally take the fat off with my h"
Reviewed Free Range Fruitcake
"I used a normal sized bundt cake pan and it cooked in one hour and 10 minutes. Adding more nuts, helps to absorb some of the moisture in the cake and will abate any of the problems that some people are complaining that it is gloppy in the middle, mine was not, used one cup of nuts! I left out the candied ginger, it is hard to find and doesnt imp"
Reviewed Mango Salsa
"I added half a red pepper, chives instead of cilantro (not a fan), a little honey and a little olive oil, it tuned out delicious!!! Served it on Salmon with yams on the side!""
Reviewed Fig and Almond Tart
"Remember that fresh figs are much less sweet than dried, so adjust your apricot jam according to the fig, dried or fresh, use less for the dried fig and it wont be too sweet, this recipe is a winner!""
Reviewed Caponata Panini
"Left out capers (expensive for just a tbs) and used 7 Kalamata olives for that briny addition. I find that everything can be adjusted to taste. Whenever anything has sugar in it and you are not a fan of sweet, experiment by adding only a tsp at a time and adjust according to your taste. I did, and it turned out great, the bones of this recipe""