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Replied to White Coconut Cake Recipe : Tyler Florence : Food Network

7 days ago on

I did try the cupcake recipe, and it worked out perfectly. I got the conventional 24 cupcakes out of the batter. If you bake them 20 minutes they will be nice and white and fine without the rum syrup. If you bake them 24 minutes they will be browned on top but maybe will be great for imbuing with rum.

Reviewed white coconut cake

7 days ago on

Love it- I made cupcakes and added 1 cup coconut flakes to the cake batter itself too.

Reviewed Banana Cream Pie with Caramel Drizzles and Chocolate Sauce

Mar 11, 2013 in Food Network Community Toolbox on

I thought it was extremely delicious....I couldn't stop returning for more...I didn't even have time to see whether it set or not. I do believe it was firm enough, though. I tried Emeril's banana jazz pie too, and it's just as addictive. Emeril's vanilla ice cream is a staple for me, and the fried peach pies were extremely delicious."

Reviewed Blueberry Scones with Lemon Glaze

May 9, 2012 in Food Network Community Toolbox on

Very delicious! I can only find frozen blueberries, so I used them anyway... the dough turned out a bit soggy so I shaped it lightly with my hands and the scone turned out tasty in spite of it all."

Reviewed Peach Fried Pies With A Cinnamon Crust

Feb 28, 2012 in Food Network Community Toolbox on

Wow are these delicious!! I thought I would only want them baked, but the fried pie tastes like a peach-filled spanish Churro, mmmm... I made 2.5 inch pies with my dumpling cutter and presser, then piped a whipped cream flower on them, as I didn´t have any ice cream. My crust came together perfectly, with 4 tbsps. water (minimum amount.

Reviewed Ravioli Dough

Feb 15, 2012 in Food Network Community Toolbox on

It worked out perfect, and it was the second recipe I tried (the first one I tried did not work out for me). I only did a quarter of the recipe (1 egg, 3/4 cup flour, 1/4 tsp. salt... you get the picture), then pushed it through my pasta maker. The raviolis never stayed at the bottom of the pot; they were always floating on the top, so I just coo...

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