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Comment on pumpkin bread by Georgia Ley

This recipe caught my eye because you are using the WHOLE can of pumpkin. I’ve hated tossing what’s left, so glad to see you adjust the recipe….plus we like a bigger loaf! But…how did you get that nice crack on top? Mine didn’t do that. I used most of the topping and am wondering if it was too thick to crack. Regardless, the family loved it.


Comment on zucchini bread pancakes by Eli

In reply to deb. The bread just has a lot more sugar in it than these pancakes. I prefer the lower sugar since these pancakes are a hit with my 2.5 year old son.


Comment on pumpkin bread by LadyXi

Outstanding! I make it several times every fall. Soft, pumpkin-y and delicious. I sub a 1/4 cup whole wheat flour for 1/4 cup of the all purpose flour and use a full teaspoon of cinnamon in the batter. I like to roast a pie pumpkin for it — I can definitely taste an extra richness with that vs canned. I usually make a smaller loaf + some muffins out of one batch of the batter.


Comment on vanilla bean pudding by Elisa

In reply to Charlie. So I always end up with this issue when I follow pudding recipes exactly, including this one. To make it work out for me, I always start with a low to medium heat and stir constantly, cooking the cornstarch and bumping up the heat incrementally until it makes it thick enough to actually look like pudding right away. This works for me almost 100% of the time, so maybe it will work for you!
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Comment on best cocoa brownies by Jackie

Saw this recipe the other day and used it as a bribe to myself – if I rode my bike 35 miles in 39 degree weather I would “allow” myself to make them upon completion. I did and I did and WOW were they worth the effort. Thanks so much!
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Comment on broccoli cheddar soup by Stephanie

In reply to Virginia. Thanks for the tip, Virginia! I’ll remember that next time.
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Comment on essential french onion soup by Science_Chick

I make this a couple of times a year and it is always a “reward soup” — tastes richer and better than the minimal labor that goes into it. Last year I finally got an Instant Pot, so I caramelize the onions in that the day before I make the soup with exactly ZERO hands-on time. I’ve made it successfully delicious with any of Better than Bouillon’s beef, vegetable, and mushroom stocks; surprisingly, the latter two are better than the beef! And finally…I learned this trick from Michael Natkin (Herb...
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Comment on baked pasta with broccoli rabe and sausage by Colleen

I want to take this to a new mom. Do you make it and freeze before baking or after?
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Comment on skillet turkey chili by Kalisha Bowry

Oh wow!!! I have been making different chilli recipes for a good year and my family LOVES the Red Bean Chilli for the flavour. It’s a staple. I love it!
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Comment on spiced applesauce cake by MARK

In reply to Kimberly Dunn. Can I bake this in a loaf tin? Do you think I could get 2 loaves out of this recipe or just 1?
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Comment on skillet turkey chili by Alene

In reply to JayP. https://chefjanetk.com/gluten-free-cornbread/ This is the link to her cornbread. She does use a combination of flours rather than a commercial blend, but I have them all. Do give it a try. You won’t be sorry.
Tags: Food, Alene


Comment on even more perfect apple pie by jessica

In reply to deb. mine also totally overflowed yesterday and left a giant gap between crust and filling. not sure why :(
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Comment on mom’s apple cake by Abhay

That’s an amazing recipe. Would like to try for my wife’s Birthday. Thank you so much.
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Comment on egg salad with pickled celery and coarse dijon by Anna

This recipe absolutely rips every time I make it people freak out
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Comment on pumpkin bread by Letty

In reply to Meg. Did you make it with oil or melted butter?
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Comment on ultimate zucchini bread by Gayatri

This is an amazing recipe! Thank you, Deb! I love that I can simply trust what you say and it will work out perfectly


Comment on apple pancakes by Kelly

In reply to Alice. Wayyyyyyyy too much liquid. Only need about 1/4 to 1/2 cup not 1.5 cups of milk!!! I knew it and followed the recipe anyway much to my regret. They taste good but even after an hour in the oven are way too raw-gooey inside…
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Comment on simple cauliflower tacos by Susan Mac

Easy weeknight dinner, hit with kids and adults. Feta was a suitable substitute for the cotija cheese.
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Comment on squash toasts with ricotta and cider vinegar by Carol

Operation How To Convince Your Husband He Likes Winter Squash: Step 1 – Make this recipe. Step 2: Feed him. Mission accomplished. Seriously, though, after 30 years of marriage, husband now sees some value in squash. I used Delicata and did not peel, and cooked it according to a recipe on The Kitchn, with a little olive oil, maple syrup, and bacon tossed in with it. Did not peel the roasted squash, lightly mashed it all together, and served in on sliced toasted miche slathered in goat chees...
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Comment on peach and crème fraîche pie by Juliana Maffattone

Hey Deb! I made this a couple of weeks ago and it was everything I hoped for and more!
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Comment on focaccia sandwiches for a crowd by Fiona

In reply to deb. Hi there, just wanted to check that it’s 4 cups of flour (480g of flour) and not 520g? Thanks!
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Comment on whole wheat chocolate oat cookies by VanessaGoas

So good! Made with what I had on hand – blitzed some pecans in my food processor for the wheat germ/nuts and chopped up a dark chocolate sea salt Lindt bar for chocolate. I did not chill the dough (although I used butter straight from the fridge). Although I scraped down the bowl a few times during mixing, my first half dozen cookies came out some combination of round and pretty and flat and lacey. So, I made sure I mixed the dough one more time for the second half dozen and they came out great....
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Comment on even more perfect apple pie by Juka

is the quantity of apples supposed to be 3.5 lb-4.5 lb? also, can I use maple syrup for brown sugar? thanks!
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Comment on whole wheat chocolate oat cookies by Sophie

In reply to Maria. I subbed part of the brown sugar with coconut sugar, kept the turbinado sugar and made smaller cookies (2 Tbsp size), so I watched the baking time carefully. Turned out fine at 12 minutes. I love the 1/4 cup variables because I often have leftover quantities of unusual flours, bran, nut and seed meals. This recipe is great!
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Comment on whole wheat chocolate oat cookies by Carol Smith

Has anyone experimented with adding warm spices to these yet? I’d like to add orange zest and warm spices ala this recipe: https://smittenkitchen.com/2007/11/oatmeal-chocolate-chip-and-pecan-cookies/ but I wonder if I should use the same proportions?
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Comment on homemade oreos by Happy

In short, they are very delicious, easy to make, and everybody LOVED them. I’ve made these at least 6-7 times with different shortenings as well as some experiments with sugar, amount of cheese, and different flavors. Every time they turned out great, specially for the children’s. Thanks for this amazing recipe
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Comment on ciambellone, an italian tea cake by Mairsydoats

In reply to Mb. I just used orange blossom honey goat cheese, to avoid a trip to the store. It’s in the oven, but the batter tasted amazing!
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Comment on skillet turkey chili by JayP

In reply to Alene. Yes please for the GF cornbread recipe! I have celiac, love cornbread, and the GF recipes /mixes I’ve tried failed the family taste test. Thanks!
Tags: Food, Alene Yes