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Post Posted: Thu, Dec 20 2012, 8:20 am       Post subject: re: Did you make any of these? Bais Yaakov Cookbook
I was recently there and saw they had it for $29.99 and it should be 20% now from that price.

I love this cookbook. Haven't made the mocha cake will try it next.

I have made French Onion Soup, Sweet & Sour Meatballs, Beer Batter Chicken Nuggets, Pastrami Orzo and Chocolate Chip Pound Cake from what I remember off hand and they were all delicious.
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Post Posted: Thu, Dec 20 2012, 8:56 am       Post subject: re: Did you make any of these? Bais Yaakov Cookbook
thnks!
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Post Posted: Thu, Dec 20 2012, 1:05 pm       Post subject: re: Did you make any of these? Bais Yaakov Cookbook
the mocha cake is out of this world..and I didn't even use a mixer..

The flatbread salad is delicous too..I've made it a few times.
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saralea








Post Posted: Thu, Dec 20 2012, 1:11 pm       Post subject: re: Did you make any of these? Bais Yaakov Cookbook
Its a beautiful cookbook. We loved the tomato basil soup ( I left out the parsley), french rice soup, quick chicken teriyaki, balsamic marinated flounder, boston cream pie ( the cake was a little dry, maybe I overbaked it. the custard was amazing!).

peanut butter cookies were pretty good.

we didn't like the choc. chip pound cake. Now I'm in the mood to try some more recipes! Very Happy
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Post Posted: Thu, Dec 20 2012, 1:20 pm       Post subject: re: Did you make any of these? Bais Yaakov Cookbook
I made:
Pepper Steak-the kids liked it.
Spare Ribs- good and simple recipe
Marinated Grilled Chicken- some liked it and some didn't care for it.
Pastrami Rollups-pastrami in chicken cutlets: I followed the instructions to bake it for 2 1/2 hrs. and dh said it was too dry.
Once Slice with the Works-good but a little too sweet for my taste. But it is a chocolate dessert.

I want to try the Teriyaki Chicken Stir-Fry next.

Has anyone tried it?
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forever21








Post Posted: Thu, Dec 20 2012, 2:31 pm       Post subject: re: Did you make any of these? Bais Yaakov Cookbook
so far everything ive made from that cookbook was great except for the choc chip pound cake. I found it to be too dry.
the pastrami orzo is very good and the split pea vegetable soup is time consuming to make but its delicious and it makes a lot.
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elkayed








Post Posted: Thu, Dec 20 2012, 7:48 pm       Post subject: re: Did you make any of these? Bais Yaakov Cookbook
I made the split pea soup with flanken added last week and the flatbread salad and both were yummy!
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