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  • Apple cole slaw

    • Cheri on June 27, 2012

      This was really good, and quick to assemble. It's more like apples with a bit of cabbage. Nice with pork cutlets for a quick summer time meal. I did fiddle with the balance of flavors in the dressing until it pleased my palate, so tasting before dressing is important. Added some celery seed along with the poppy seeds.

  • Autumn apple & spinach salad

    • Cheri on October 23, 2011

      This salad was a hit for my Oktoberfest to accompany grilled brats, german potato salad and sauerkraut, plus beer of course. Omitted blue cheese, as we already had lots of cheesey stuff going on in the appetizers. This dish was easy and got rave reviews. Added a touch of olive oil to dressing to bind. Really great fall salad.

  • Broccoli salad with vinaigrette

    • ssdrabek on August 10, 2012

      More flavorful than I had thought, nice light and easy and yummy!

  • Bruschetta with peach salsa and melted Brie

    • infotrop on October 30, 2018

      This appears to be a broken link. Try: https://www.myrecipes.com/recipe/bruschetta-with-peach-salsa-melted-brie

  • Caramelized ginger scones

    • Tommelise on July 08, 2012

      I have been looking for a good recipe for ginger scones, and this recipe come very close to what I was looking for. I love ginger. I wanted a recipe where I could really taste the ginger. In this recipe fresh ginger is sauteed in butter before it is added to the rest of the ingredients. The dough is very moist and is put on the baking tray with a spoon. The scones are best baked a few hours in advance. We had most of the scones right out of the oven, and I found the taste of ginger to be too faint. Later in the day I had another scone, and the taste had improved a lot.

  • Cinnamon roll pancakes

    • Miquette on January 12, 2013

      SOOO good, like pancake crack!

  • Creamy Mexican turkey soup

    • Bloominanglophile on January 08, 2016

      A nice recipe to use up the holiday bird. I doubled the recipe since I had so much turkey and stock, but only got 7 meal-sized servings instead of 12.

  • Crockpot cranberry pork roast

    • Cheri on November 06, 2014

      Wow, this was very good. Easy, quick to prep. Cooked on low for 9 hours, 3lb roast. Will repeat in the fall/winter. Recommended.

  • Croissant chicken

    • Cheri on March 24, 2012

      We gave this a B+. I substitute Boursin cheese plus a little cream cheese, used scallions for the onions, and panko with parmesan and italian dried herbs. Didn't brown much, and increased baking time to 32 minutes. My chicken shredded a lot, and large chunks of chicken would be better. I would make this again, liked the flavor, but it is not a WOW. Served with simple green salad.

  • King Arthur flour applesauce oatmeal bread

    • Yildiz100 on December 05, 2018

      I omitted the nuts and used all AP flour. I had sweetened applesauce, so I reduced the sugar to 3/4 cup. This was very good and nicely balanced, but the allspice was too strong, giving the bread a menthol note. Reduce by half next time. Baked for 60 mins. Might be the tiniest bit overbaked. Next time try 55.

    • michalow on May 16, 2014

      This bread tastes of neither applesauce nor oatmeal, but is pleasantly sweet and has a lovely texture. Ground cardamom is a nice addition. I will reduce sugar to 3/4 cup next time.

  • Lamb chops with lemon, thyme & mustard butter

    • wodtke on June 23, 2017

      She also published this recipe in Fine Cooking, Issue 84. A delicious and very easy compound butter. Fast preparation, too.

  • Layered berry trifle

    • Barb_N on July 06, 2016

      I made this for July 4th- red, white and blue of course. Next time I will not use cream cheese- the cream layer became too dense after chilling. I used angel food cake, and couldn't really discern the lemon syrup. Mushing everything together to make a beautiful dessert- my kind of dish.

  • Oven-roasted green beans

    • ssdrabek on September 19, 2011

      Very yummy, will make again! Only side note is that it needs to cook TWICE as long as it says!!

  • Pumpkin-gingerbread muffins

    • krobbins426 on October 27, 2011

      Needed 30 minutes to cook, not remotely one at 20.

  • Spinach, mushroom and feta pizza

    • Tommelise on September 11, 2011

      We all liked this pizza, it was light and fresh. We did not use feta on top, but goat cheese, and I roasted the mushrooms a little in advance.

  • Strawberry lemonade

    • twoyolks on June 28, 2016

      Not bad but it's too tart to drink very much of this.

  • Fresh corn and tomato salad with balsamic basil dressing

    • nicolepellegrini on July 30, 2018

      Very nice. I added some thinly sliced red onion. The dressing really makes it come alive with the combination of fresh basil, dried oregano and balsamic.

  • 7-minute chocolate cookies

    • Christine on July 27, 2016

      A quick & easy chocolate cookie recipe. I made mine with chocolate condensed milk since I had a can in my pantry and figured a little extra chocolate flavor couldn't hurt. I substituted chopped dark chocolate for the nuts as well. These came out fudgy with chewy/sticky edges for me and they baked for 12 minutes, but I made mine quite a bit larger than teaspoonfuls of dough.

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