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Reviewed Braised Kale with Toasted Almonds
"this was very good. i used home made chicken broth and added a pinch of red pepper flakes for some kick. next time i will skip the bouillon because i think it was a bit too salty for us. also, i would toast the almonds separately and add them last to keep them crunchy and caramelize the onions for about 10 minutes before adding the garlic and c"
Reviewed Old-Fashioned Gingerbread
"This is delicious! Remember though, it is "bread." It is not very sweet and has a wonderful dense quality (don't overmix or you'll have a brick). I leave out the rum/raisins. I use minced fresh ginger instead of ground ginger and I chop the crystalized ginger very fine. The icing really makes it wonderful and adds just the right amount of swe"
Reviewed Ginger Snaps
"quick and easy. had a lazy saturday with a family visitor and whipped them up in no time. will never buy store bought ginger snaps again. Alton has done it once again!"
Reviewed Molasses Biscuits
"These biscuits were incredible. We love anything with molasses in my house. Very easy to make. A quick addition to any dinner and looking forward to making them again for breakfast. They are definitely a savory biscuit, but I think by adding a little sugar or honey you could turn them into an amazing muffin! Will be making these again and prob"
Reviewed Massaged Kale Salad
"AWESOME! another one of aarti's recipes that have become a weekly staple in our home. i've switched it up a bit using watermelon or mandarin orange segments instead of mango... any sweet fruit works! ""
Reviewed Broccoli and Dill Raita Slaw
"this recipe has become a staple in our house. i make it at least once a week. a great way to use the entire head of broccoli without any waste! use the florets one night, wash the stalk, peel the outer most skin, cut into chunks and toss in a food processor with the grating blade.... no need to buy the broccoli slaw mix! (i use half the amoun""