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Downers Grove, Illinois

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Reviewed Banana-Coconut Ramen Pudding

Sep 30, 2012 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

I consider it to be excellent. I am used to all kinds of noodle bakes, with apples, farmers cheese, tofu and berries, etc. This one is very unique and I loved it! I may cut sugar next time as I don't need it to be that sweet, but overall, if my daughter likes it--I will be making it over and over again. Thanks for the recipe! This is one of t"

Reviewed Basic Waffle

Nov 19, 2010 in Food Network Community Toolbox on Food Network

WOW! The best waffles I ever made!!! Excellent. I did use half milk and half Lifeway Kefir (full fat, also used spelt flour instead of wheat. Next time I am thinking to put some cornstarch in. However, they were so good that this will be the recipe I will always use. I was hesitant about spelt flour as it's gluten is different, however they turned...

Reviewed Basic Waffle

Nov 19, 2010 in Food Network Community Toolbox on Food Network

WOW! The best waffles I ever made!!! Excellent. I did use half milk and half Lifeway Kefir (full fat), also used spelt flour instead of wheat. Next time I am thinking to put some cornstarch in. However, they were so good that this will be the recipe I will always use. I was hesitant about spelt flour as it's gluten is different, however they...

Reviewed Garganelli with Duck Ragu

Oct 14, 2010 in Food Network Community Toolbox on Food Network

Extremeley tasty, however, requires some labor. I made it quite a few times when I was able to get duck legs. I would skin them to avoid fat, though and then would brown in olive oil. Lately I wanted to make it again, however, I can't find duck legs as I used to. It is too expensive to make it from a whole duck. Last reviewer gave me an idea:...

Reviewed Garganelli with Duck Ragu

Oct 14, 2010 in Food Network Community Toolbox on Food Network

Extremeley tasty, however, requires some labor. I made it quite a few times when I was able to get duck legs. I would skin them to avoid fat, though and then would brown in olive oil. Lately I wanted to make it again, however, I can't find duck legs as I used to. It is too expensive to make it from a whole duck. Last reviewer gave me an idea:...

Reviewed Wicked Cupcakes

Oct 14, 2010 in Food Network Community Toolbox on Food Network

I can give stars only for the presentation and fun to make. My daughter was thrilled! They looked amazing! However, no one ate them. I ended up throwing all of them out after a week. I don't know if it was peanut butter frosting that people were not fond of or what, however, it wasn't a hit for flavor. Next time I would substitute cream cheese...

Reviewed Wicked Cupcakes

Oct 14, 2010 in Food Network Community Toolbox on Food Network

I can give stars only for the presentation and fun to make. My daughter was thrilled! They looked amazing! However, no one ate them. I ended up throwing all of them out after a week. I don't know if it was peanut butter frosting that people were not fond of or what, however, it wasn't a hit for flavor. Next time I would substitute cream cheese...

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