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Joined Date: Dec 19, 2010
Birthday: Sep 24
Reviewed Cranberry Sauce
"This has been my go-to holiday cranberry sauce recipe for a few years now. Love it! It's very easy and tastes delicious. I always add a chopped up apple or two but otherwise follow the recipe as written. Yum!
Reviewed Mexican Lasagna
"Pretty good...I feel like Rachael's recipes are pretty hit or miss but this was a good one. I used taco sauce and a can of Rotel and I used ground beef because it's what I happened to have. Served with sour cream and guacamole. Reheated well for lunch the next day too! Quick, easy and yummy dinner.
Reviewed Triple Chocolate Cookies
"Very tasty cookies! I omitted the cloves per recommendation of other reviews. Very easy to make and super yummy!
Reviewed Parker House Rolls
"A few small changes may result in lighter rolls for some folks...mine came out light and fluffy when I did this:
1. Let the yeast (I used 3 teaspoons) bloom in 1/2 cup warm water and one teaspoon of sugar. Once it has doubled in size add 1/2 cup sugar and the flour.
2. Once you have made the rolls into the shape you want (I made mine cloverleaf...you don't have to use the Parker House style) let them rise in the pan for about 30-45 minutes THEN bake them. This recipe omits the important step of a second rise.
These two changes I think make the rolls much lighter.