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"This was GREAT! My best friend is a focaccia aficionado and when I made this for him, my boyfriend and my sister (who's VERY picky and critical), they ALL (including my picky sis) declared this the best focaccia they ever tasted! The runner-up for my friend was the focaccia at Kincaid's, but to him, this is better!!!! My boyfriend's not a fan of "
"I made individual hash browns with this recipe, since my parents were staying with us this past weekend. I served no-bean chili over them, sprinkled with melted Mexican blend cheese and topped it with poached eggs and served some sour cream on the side. Parents and the boyfriend loved it! I did what the other reviewer suggested and used a salad"
"This is a DELICIOUS and foolproof recipe! We just moved and most of our cookware hasn't arrived yet, so our resources are limited. This recipe was a great dinner to make with what we have, AND even when our kitchenware arrives, I'll still be making this regularly! I also added a small jar of chopped jalapenos and some cilantro, and my boyfriend"
"I like this lollipop recipe a lot better than the Paula Deen recipe where the flavoring is Jell-O. These lollipops are nice and smooth, whereas the Paula Deen ones had a kind of grainy texture. Also, I brought the sugar up to the "soft-crack" stage, instead. It takes longer to harden, but this ensures the sugar doesn't have that burnt, caramel "
"This is a great recipe, it's probably one of the better tiramisus I've ever eaten! I wouldn't recommend using the gelatin, it leaves these weird lumps in the zabaglione mixture, as I found out the first time I made it. The second time, I took the advice of the other cooks who reviewed this recipe and just made it in the traditional way you would"