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In response to: Tomato, Feta, and Artichoke Heart Pasta

Natalie [Visitor]
This is THE DISH that reminds me of college. Alas, my husband who likes everything does not care for artichokes. He's going to be out of town for a few days next month, I see this pasta dish in my future. I hope by eating it, I'm not magically transported to the past, cutting all of my hair off, gaining 15 pounds, and start studying like a wild banshee.
PermalinkPermalink 03/25/08 @ 16:12

In response to: Mission: Play Doh Cookies

robin [Member]
Are you asking if you have to use almond extract?

No, and I didn't (I can't stand the stuff). Note my recipe, listed second, which uses vanilla instead.
PermalinkPermalink 03/19/08 @ 07:49

In response to: Mission: Play Doh Cookies

Erinn [Visitor]
Is there anything u can do do substatute the almond extract...???
PermalinkPermalink 03/18/08 @ 19:59

In response to: Crescent Rolls

robin [Member]
No idea! I can't imagine why it wouldn't, and you're right, it's certainly not enough.

I've never done that much in the bread machine, though. I'd definitely bust out the Kitchen Aid.

Try it and report back!
PermalinkPermalink 04/03/07 @ 11:20

In response to: Crescent Rolls

Trina [Visitor]
Does this double well, do you know? 16 hardly seems like enough.. ;)
PermalinkPermalink 04/02/07 @ 23:41

In response to: Stovetop Mac & Cheese

Elisa Shifflett [Visitor]
Trying this tonight. So easy :) Thanks!
PermalinkPermalink 04/02/07 @ 17:49

In response to: Giant chocolate-toffee cookies

Renee [Visitor]
As I said to Robin, these cookies should be re-named "crack cookies". You really can't just eat one! They are so addicting and I loved that they were chewy like a brownie...even good the next day
PermalinkPermalink 03/23/07 @ 17:29

In response to: Giant Espresso Chcolate Chip Cookie

donna [Visitor]

Thank you!
PermalinkPermalink 03/04/07 @ 06:55

In response to: Buffalo Wings

Elisa Shifflett [Visitor]
I think I'm going to make these tonight! I got some of that Frank's hot sauce for 19 cents today at Krogers after coupon :)

Your carrot and parsnips sound wonderful, too. Yum!
PermalinkPermalink 02/13/07 @ 15:21

In response to: Award Winner's Chocolate Pecan Pie

Tina [Visitor]
Ok, I think I need to spend a weekend baking with you. I such at fluted edges of a pie crust. Yours looks soooo perfect!
PermalinkPermalink 01/25/07 @ 14:03

In response to: Banana Bread

Medha [Visitor]
I made this tonight and everyone loved it! I made a miniloaf and mini muffins. Yummy!
PermalinkPermalink 01/21/07 @ 20:54

In response to: Coffee Snaps

robin [Member]
I get it at local store, so no personal experience.

KAF carries it, but I haven't used theirs:

This is the kind I get:
I've never tried any other brands, though, so take that with a grain of salt. :)
PermalinkPermalink 01/12/07 @ 11:58

In response to: Coffee Snaps

Those look great. Do you have a source for espresso powder? I haven't been able to find any locally. Thanks!
PermalinkPermalink 01/12/07 @ 11:19

In response to: Sticky Buns w/ Pecans

Elisa Shifflett [Visitor]
I'm going to attempt these for Christmas morning. Wish me luck. I saw them when you made them for the new member brunch and they looked delicious. Unfortunately, I was already full and didn't try one but they looked delicious.

By the way, my father-in-law loved the baklava you made for the exchange.

Your Christmas picture looks great on your first page!
PermalinkPermalink 12/21/06 @ 07:30

In response to: Apple Pie Hubbub with Cinnamon Streusel Topping

robin [Member]
Flattery will get you everywhere!
PermalinkPermalink 11/15/06 @ 20:23

In response to: Apple Pie Hubbub with Cinnamon Streusel Topping

Elisa [Visitor]
I don't know what you did, but it was beautiful and perfect. LOL
PermalinkPermalink 11/15/06 @ 20:06

In response to: Mission: Play Doh Cookies

Manda [Visitor]
We tried this about a month ago and had so much fun with it! Thanks for sharing.
PermalinkPermalink 11/08/06 @ 18:44

In response to: Lemon Scones

robin [Member]
Pat the dough into a rectangle and just cut them out. Or pat into a circle and cut them out that way. They're prettier as triangles, but tastier as "drop scones" (like "drop cookies", but different!) because it keeps you from overworking the dough.
PermalinkPermalink 11/06/06 @ 12:01

In response to: Lemon Scones

Elisa [Visitor]
Ok, so I just found the scones recipe. How did you make them into those cute little triangles for the brunch thing? I want to try them. My neighbor across the street used to make scones.
PermalinkPermalink 11/05/06 @ 18:23

In response to: Sugar Cookies

Elisa [Visitor]
Those were good! I forgot to tell you. I don't even like sugar cookies usually. Well, they are my least favorite put it that way. I'm not one to dismiss any cookie too quickly. Emma liked them, too! Now I want to know how you make those yummy scones! Deeeeeeeeelish!
PermalinkPermalink 11/05/06 @ 18:09
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My old site is still available here. I'll move recipes over as time permits but my focus is adding recipes as I make them, with pictures whenever possible. This is not another online recipe warehouse. These are all personal favorites, made time and time again.




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