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Reviewed Granola Bars

Nov 27, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

Alton's recipes are usually the acme of culinary chemistry. This recipe confirms that! Since I think one shouldn't rate a recipe that wasn't followed to the letter, I am rating the actual recipe. This is the best granola EVER! The cherries (among the other ingredients make is so sweet and chewy! I take it to my high school students when we go ice...

Reviewed Granola Bars

Nov 27, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

Alton's recipes are usually the acme of culinary chemistry. This recipe confirms that! Since I think one shouldn't rate a recipe that wasn't followed to the letter, I am rating the actual recipe. This is the best granola EVER! The cherries (among the other ingredients) make is so sweet and chewy! I take it to my high school students when we g...

Reviewed Lobster Pot Pie

Jul 24, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

Perfectly lovely comfort food for an intimate dinner! Even though I don't care for fennel, I made the recipe exactly as written by Ina and we loved it. It always confuses me when people write on these comment threads saying how great a recipe is, but they have changed it up so as to be unrecognizable. May I say, that when you do this . . . You ar"

Reviewed Parmesan and Thyme Crackers

Mar 9, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

This is NOT a bad rating. I'm making them as we "speak" and I'll be darned if 3 (or 4 as in the Basics book oz. of Parmesan is 1 cup! I have grated 4 ozs. and it looks more like 3 cups. I love to weigh ingredients because it is so exact. But this recipe and the one from the Basics book has me totally confused! I know they will be wonderful but...

Reviewed Parmesan and Thyme Crackers

Mar 9, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

This is NOT a bad rating. I'm making them as we "speak" and I'll be darned if 3 (or 4 as in the Basics book) oz. of Parmesan is 1 cup! I have grated 4 ozs. and it looks more like 3 cups. I love to weigh ingredients because it is so exact. But this recipe and the one from the Basics book has me totally confused! I know they will be wonderful but...

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