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Well, it’s amazing. The miracle has been done. Hat’s off. Well done, as we know that “hard work always pays off”, after a long struggle with sincere effort it’s done.
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Posted on: 05/28/2010 8:18:36 PM
I am also new to this site. I picked many blueberries this season, and was looking for a good blueberry crisp recipe. I found one on this site "Classic blueberry crisp" I found it very easy to make, has a good taste. presentation not good. I would only make this recipe if I were in a hurry and only for immediate family, not for guests! all and all I will have to give it a boo. OH it is very runny, maybe double the oatmeal flour topping?
Does anyone have an awesome recipe for this, that has oat and nuts in the mixture?
Posted on: 10/26/2009 7:23:47 PM
Hello! I just found this site today and I love it! I am having trouble doing what you described. I clicked the name of the cookbook, click "update", go to back to view the cookbook and it says that no recipes have been added to that cookbook yet. I have trying for 1 1/2 hrs to work around it but haven't been able to. Please help!
Posted on: 06/05/2009 11:48:56 PM
Hi Janice. Here is what you need to do. While viewing a recipe, click "add to my files" located at the top of the recipe. This adds it to your recipe box. Then go to the right hand column on the screen where it says "Pantry" in a purple box, expand that out and click on "my recipe box". This takes you to your recipe files. Once there, each of the recipes should have your own cookbook titles that you have created. Check which categories you would like the recipe to be listed in and then click the update button. This places the recipe in that particular cookbook. Hope that helps and feel free to ask any other questions.
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Posted on: 05/29/2009 2:36:19 PM
I just found this site and like it very much. I plan to try several recipes! One question--I am having trouble with the 'cookbook' feature. I can name a cookbook, but can't seem to save a recipe to it. I go to My Recipes and click the name of the cookbook I want it in, but it doesn't add it. Am I missing something?
Thanks for this great site!
Posted on: 05/27/2009 8:06:34 PM
i enjoy the fact that i can change serving sizes to fit my needs.
Posted on: 12/21/2008 12:52:03 AM