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MolecularMuse

Hickory Creek, TX, US
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Recent Reviews


Re:Coconut Macaroons

Its pretty simple and hard to mess up. Definitely get the finely shredded coconut though because they don't look as pretty if you use the typical shredded coconut.


Posted: 08:48 pm on December 6th 2011

Re:Double Ginger Crackles

These are simple to make and oh so delicious! Best ginger cookies ever! I love that they soft for a few days. I bake things for friends and family for Christmas and these are so getting included this year.


Posted: 08:46 pm on December 6th 2011

Re:Lemon-Lime Butter Wafers

These are so very, very tasty! Unfortunately 10 minutes overcooked my first batch, but I adjusted the time and the rest came out perfect. Nice, light cookie that's a refreshing change!


Posted: 08:41 pm on December 6th 2011

Re:Spiced Roasted Chicken and Cranberry Bean Chili

This recipe is pretty easy and absolutely delicious! With just my husband and myself to feed, I froze a good portion of this but I might as well have left it out because we devoured the remaining left overs! I personally did not care for the yogurt but my husband loved it.


Posted: 04:52 pm on November 29th 2011

Re:Quick Chicken Chili

Wow! This recipe instantly became a favorite of both mine and my husband's! Its easy to follow the recipe and make. My only complaint would be the amount made as I'm frequently just cooking for the two of us, but next time I can half the recipe and save the rest of the chicken for sandwiches or something. It wasn't too spicy and the cumin added a nice kick to it. I'll definitely be making this recipe again as its easy, tasty, and a new winter staple for my hubby and me.


Posted: 12:01 pm on December 14th 2010

Re:Turkey Soup with Dill, Parsley, and Chive Dumplings

My husband and I absolutely loved this recipe. I didn't use a turkey carcass but instead used frozen Thanksgiving leftovers I figured we wouldn't likely get to. That said, there was one drumstick, two whole wings and a lot of skin that went into the broth. For the life of me, I couldn't find celery root so just used chopped celery. A decent amount of sea salt and lots of fresh ground black pepper went into it also. The broth was prepared a day before finishing the soup. The dumplings really shine in this recipe! The soup complimented them perfectly. Its pretty simple to follow, easy to make, tastes delicious, and is a great way to use up those Thanksgiving leftovers. I'll definitely be making this again next time my hubby and I decide to bake a turkey.


Posted: 11:51 am on December 14th 2010