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"This was very tasty and spicy. I love it! I had no pine nuts nor yogurt. But still it was very good! The yogurt would more than likely cool down the spicyness of the red pepper.
I followed the recipe but used a large 1 1/2 white onions, (CHOPPED AND CARMELIZED FOR ABOUT 10 TO 15 MINUTES), and the same amount of jasmine rice as that is what I ha"
Reviewed Strawberry Country Cake
"I love this cake! It is simple to make & the flavor is awesome & buttery with just the right amount of sweetness. It has a much finer crumb than pound cake. The cake is not a tall cake in the pan but it will make two 8" round layers WHICH you can slice horizontally & actually have a 4 layer cake w/o it falling apart. It also freezes nicely. Flash "
Reviewed Deep Dish Cherry Pie
"I used this recipe with two 12-oz. bags of frozen Dole's Dark Sweet Pitted Cherries. Thawed & drained, but removed part of the juice from the filling. Made my own double crust & cut-outs for the top. Assembled the pie and then flash froze it in the freezer. Then put it into a 1-or 2-gallon zip lock bag & chucked it into the freezer to bake later. "
Reviewed Holiday Biscotti
"Wonderful! Added a little more flour & floured hands as dough was very sticky. Baked it for 28 minutes, cooled for 8-9 minutes, (cooled just enough so that it wasn't very warm); slice very carefully with a serrated knife. Baked a 2nd time for about 10 minutes. Then totally cooled them off. Ate a few crumbs. They were very good & sweet enough that ""