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Reviewed Apple and Pear Crisp

Oct 25, 2010 in Food Network Community Toolbox on Food Network

This recipe is always wonderful. I use fiji apples and bosc pears. If you aren't a fan of the citrus you could use a couple Tbsp. apple cider just to give your crisp some moisture. The topping is simple and goes with anything. I use it for plum crisps too. As long as you have this crisp recipe you can do anything with it. I even like to bake...

Reviewed Apple and Pear Crisp

Oct 25, 2010 in Food Network Community Toolbox on Food Network

This recipe is always wonderful. I use fiji apples and bosc pears. If you aren't a fan of the citrus you could use a couple Tbsp. apple cider just to give your crisp some moisture. The topping is simple and goes with anything. I use it for plum crisps too. As long as you have this crisp recipe you can do anything with it. I even like to bake...

Reviewed Almond Blueberry Cookies

Oct 25, 2010 in Food Network Community Toolbox on Food Network

I love these cookies but I make a couple of changes to them. I leave out the almond extract and the almonds. Instead I use more lemon zest and even add some juice to the batter. Some times I make a lemon-blueberry powered sugar glaze to drizzle over them. They're light and fruity. Perfect for a ladies lunch or afternoon tea.

Reviewed Tuscan White Bean and Garlic Soup

Oct 25, 2010 in Food Network Community Toolbox on Food Network

The soup does need more seasoning, but that's nothing you can't do easily. I added a bit more garlic and next time I think I'll even add more beans whole at the end as my husband prefers chunkier soups. It's a good base though, you can really add anything you want. I like the idea of adding some veggies, Parmesan, and chicken too.

Reviewed Chili Dogs

Oct 25, 2010 in Food Network Community Toolbox on Food Network

This is simple and delicious. The chili actually makes enough for at least 8 chili dogs, which is an added bonus. Either eat it as leftovers the next night or try freezing it for a later date. I used a whole 20 oz. bottle of Wild Harvest Organic Ketchup = 2 c. and that was perfect, so there's no need to use another 1/2 c. of ketchup. I did add...

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