desserts

July 7, 2011

Reviews (17) Questions (0)

17 Reviews

luv2teach July 14, 2011
I for one have to agree with this recipe owner. As a cook you have the right not to give away a recipe. That is the beauty of America. There are many famous and successful chefs that will never give away their recipe. For example: Kentucky Fried Chicken and Cheryl's Cookies (two of the oldest staples in America). For everyone that is complaining there are thousands of baklava recipes online that you can print off, I myself have tried to make several that have turned out very good. <br />Here is the link: http://southernfood.about.com/od/browniesbars/r/bl30206n.htm<br />If you don't like this recipe please do not blame me.
 
dr.paulson July 14, 2011
I even fell for buying the grocery zen app to download the recipe. You owe me 1.99. <br />Paula you should be ashamed of yourself. Chefs share recipes. That's how we grow creatively and how we pass on our lives through the generations. You people who won't share are killing one of the best things about cooking and family recipes. Mine are always an open book even what I currently use in my restaurant.
 
julianne.bainter July 11, 2011
Thinks its kinda ridiculous that you post this on a recipe site when you refuse to disclose the recipe.... just saying
 
sexyLAMBCHOPx July 13, 2011
I agree Julianne. A shameless attempt to self-promote and sell her wares. This community embraces reprocity. Can you say "back-fire?"
 
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mbk25 July 13, 2011
I am so sorry guys, I am a college student majoring in marketing helping out Paula, I saw some people on here who just listed their products and kind of jumped to conclusions by just posting her baklava without fully understanding the concept of this site. I didn't mean for this to bring anger among anyone. I'll try to figure out how to delete this from the site so you can enjoy viewing recipes again!
 
julianne.bainter July 11, 2011
kind of ridiculous you put this on a recipe site when you wont disclose the recipe....just saying
 
bbwoods July 9, 2011
What nuts are used in your baklava? It looks great, if you order it what kind of packaging does it come with?
 
hardlikearmour July 8, 2011
Interesting bit of spam!
 
ruthanbakes July 7, 2011
Wow! This baklava looks so much better than the baklava I just bought at a 5-star greek restaurant in Manhattan....I want more details on this and where can I get some some?
 
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mbk25 July 7, 2011
Thank you for your kind words, this picture came off of my phone so no trick photography. I can direct you to my facebook page which has a lot more information on my baklava.<br />www.facebook.com/paulasbaklava
 
ChefJune July 7, 2011
Where's the recipe?
 
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mbk25 July 7, 2011
I make my baklava different than everyone else, it is a family recipe that I do not disclose. Please let me know if you are interested in getting any for yourself. You can find more information on my Facebook page: www.facebook.com/paulasbaklava
 
FoodJunkie002 July 7, 2011
This baklava is beautiful, I bet it tastes even better than it looks. Most baklava looks dry and dull. This baklava looks extremely moist and mouth watering! Paula's Baklava is the best baklava!
 
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mbk25 July 7, 2011
You are absolutely right, this picture was taken from my phone so no trick photography.
 
FoodJunkie002 July 7, 2011
This baklava is the most beautiful baklava I have ever seen!
 
Dessert D. July 7, 2011
LOOKS AMAZING!
 
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mbk25 July 7, 2011
Thank you, this picture came off of my phone so no trick photography