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Pizza Eggs

Reviewed: Sep. 15, 2014
Delicious! I saved a piece of pizza just to make this recipe. I cut the entire slice up into small pieces (except the hard crust) and because of the size of my slice I made the recipe using 2 eggs and used my judgment on the rest of the ingredients and didn't have to make a side of toast. It is really good! Thanks Stephanie.
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Chia Pudding

Reviewed: Aug. 25, 2014
Love It! I usually reduce the recipe down to 1 serving and make before bed for breakfast the next morning. I double the vanilla (only because I love vanilla)and use about 1 teaspoon maple syrup instead of sugar. I don't add the optional ingredients and enjoy the simple uncomplicated taste which reminds me of chilled oatmeal but with soft tiny crunchies. Sometimes I have a glob of chia seeds settle to the bottom which I have to stir well and break apart to create an even pudding-like consistency. If I use coconut milk I have better results and a much thicker pudding which too I love. Nice to have a recipe that isn't chocolate. Thanks nikkid!
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Simply Chocolate Granola

Reviewed: Aug. 10, 2014
Outstanding!! This is a wonderful recipe for chocolate granola. I used Blue Agave syrup in place of the honey and was hoping it wouldn't ruin the recipe and it didn't, it worked well. I couldn't help myself and added 1/2 cup of sliced almonds. I didn't have flax meal and added nothing more because of it. I patted in down on the sheet and baked and cooled as instructed for a chunky texture. Perfect hint of chocolate that doesn't overtake the oatey wholesome goodness so it still tastes like granola and not a candybar. This is a keeper! Thanks CC for sharing.
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Tom's Down To The Bone Pork Chops!

Reviewed: Aug. 6, 2014
Delicious! Easy and tasty way to make pork chops. The mayo base beats dipping the chops in egg then breading. Much easier and much tastier too. If you think your pork chop will taste like mayonnaise it won't. I can see this working for chicken breasts as well. Thanks gutpyle for sharing your recipe. (recipe made for *RECIPE GROUP*).
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Chocolate Chia Seed Pudding

Reviewed: Aug. 2, 2014
I love this chia seed pudding! Reminds me of tapioca pudding but chocolate and with tiny little crunchies that I did not find unpleasant, too much, or distracting in any way. To me the crunchies were like little tiny bits of cookie crumbs. I used half coconut milk and half cow's milk and sweetened only with coconut sugar (very similar in taste to light brown sugar) to taste. Before serving I stir it up and added a little more milk to loosen it. I didn't think I would like it as much as I did but I really do love it! Can't wait to experiment with other flavors! Thanks Robynowitz for a great recipe.
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Zucchini 'Noodles'

Reviewed: Jul. 27, 2014
No need to salt and boil your zucchini noodles. Simply cut into thin strips and cook in a skillet with a little butter or olive oil. I grate the garlic on a zester so it is super fine and distributes better through out the dish. I use salt and pepper to taste as well as the Parmesan cheese.
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Frozen Banana Bites

Reviewed: Jul. 22, 2014
Soooo Gooood, my newest addiction!! Love frozen chocolate dipped bananas and love these bite sized treats even more with the addition of peanut butter and because they are bite sized. I used a bag of semisweet chocolate chips and did not add shortening once they were melted. I also sub'd the toffee chips out and used crushed peanuts instead. Peanut butter and banana chunks really need to be frozen well to make the next step of dipping in chocolate work well. I didn't measure the peanut butter either and just used my judgment when topping a banana slice. These little frozen bites of delight are rich, satisfying and delicious!
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My Daddy's Corn Pone

Reviewed: Jul. 8, 2014
This recipe is very different and very good. I had no idea what to expect but wanted to make it and find out. After mixing the ingredients together (I made 1/2 the recipe) I thought to myself ... "there is no way this is going to bake correct, Candace must have left something out or noted a measurement wrong" because it was soup like in consistency. I baked it for 45 minutes and when I pulled it out it was firm but not hard and when I left it sit for an hour it sliced very nicely. I would describe the texture like a cornmeal custard but more cornmeal than custard. Very moist, slightly sweet with a light texture yet creamy and dense. It is awesome and nothing like anything I've ever had! I can't stop eating it, it's so good. Thanks Candace for sharing your Dad's recipe.
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Roast Sticky Chicken-Rotisserie Style

Reviewed: May 22, 2014
Not much more to add than what's already been said ... this recipe makes the BEST chicken hands down!! Incredible, delicious and the only way I'll make a whole chicken for now on. Perfect blend of seasonings. 10Stars Sue Rogers!!
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Whole Chicken Slow Cooker Recipe

Reviewed: May 22, 2014
Excellent dish and as noted in another review is very similar to "Roast Sticky Chicken - Rotisserie Style" seasonings also on this site. Not having to have the oven on and heating the whole house (it's hot in Florida) was great and the meat was delicious, moist, and fall apart tender. The stock it made was incredible and I was able to make plenty of gravy using it which I thicken up a bit with a cornstarch slurry. I did cut the salt back and used only 1 teaspoon and did quarter an onion and rolled the quarters in the seasoning then stuffed them into the cavity. When I bought the whole chicken for this dish I cleaned and seasoned it and instead of refrigerating overnight I wrapped it well and froze it, then when I knew I was going to make it I thawed it out in the refrigerator the day before. Worked very well and good to know I can prep a few chickens and freeze for when I want to make this meal. The chicken smelled amazing cooking and tasted amazing as well. Good idea to make it in the slowcooker bhbitts.
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Pasta Ala Tuna

Reviewed: May 21, 2014
FAVOLOSO!! This recipe was everything I was looking for. Simple, easy to make and great flavor. I used the anchovy (not sure what people have against anchovy, I think it's great in dishes) and a generous sprinkle of hot pepper flakes. I wasn't sure if I wanted to use tuna in water or tuna in olive oil and decided to use tuna in olive oil but drained and pressed the olive oil out and pulsed my tomatoes thru the food processor only because I like a smoother sauce. Thanks Buon Appetito for writing out your recipe and sharing it. It's DELICIOUS and a keeper in my 'recipe book'.
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Kale Salad with Sprouts and Seeds

Reviewed: May 18, 2014
Delicious and nutritious! I greatly reduced the portion for just me and for convenience used baby kale greens, I find them to be tender and sweet and because they were baby greens I did not have to massage the dressing into the leaves or wait an hour to eat. For anyone who doesn't know what liquid amino acid taste like it taste like soy sauce. I grow my own sprouts so this salad was an ideal way to enjoy them! The dressing is great and what makes the salad. I added sundried tomatoes because I like them. Nice recipe hawkeye154. Thanks for sharing.
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Kir Royale Cocktail

Reviewed: May 2, 2014
Crème de cassis is a delicious and wonderful way to fancy up an ordinary glass of champagne. Ideal for brunch! Champagne can vary in sweetness or lack of depending on brand and type and the nice thing about adding Crème de cassis is you can do so to taste. Start with a little and adjust accordingly. Crème de cassis is a sweet, dark red syrupy liqueur made from blackcurrants. As with most things look for a quality brand, Dijon France is known for its cassis production ... it's like using imitation vanilla extract or 100% pure Madagascar vanilla extract, which would you prefer.
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Kir

Reviewed: May 1, 2014
I love what Crème de cassis does for white wine and I have even used it with reds. Wines vary in sweetness or lack of depending on brand and type and the nice thing about adding Crème de cassis is you can do so to taste. Start with a little and adjust accordingly. Crème de cassis is a sweet, dark red syrupy liqueur made from blackcurrants. It's delicious and really does add a touch of "special sweetness" to white wine. As with most things look for a quality brand, Dijon France is known for its cassis production ... think of it like using imitation vanilla extract or 100% pure Madagascar vanilla extract.
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Grilled Cheese De Mayo

Reviewed: Apr. 30, 2014
I'll never make grilled cheese sandwiches any other way again. Spreading the bread with mayo made for perfectly browned and crispy bread on the outside yet it was tender soft on the inside and I loved the combination of American and Pepperjack cheeses. I used 1 slice of each kind of cheese. For anyone thinking your sandwich will taste like mayo - it won't. Great technique SHORECOOK! Thank you for sharing.
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Italian Drunken Noodles

Reviewed: Apr. 27, 2014
Wow. This recipe was taken ingredient by ingredient off of a website without any credit being given to its creator. The recipe went viral on Pintxxxxx. The recipe is great ... Thanks Ingrid.
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Three Bean Salad

Reviewed: Apr. 9, 2014
Good 'ole fashioned three bean salad. Love the sweet and tangy taste! I did cut the sugar back to 1/2 c. (I always cut sugar back) and I do not feel it compromised the quality of this recipe. I also used 1/3 c. apple cider vinegar and 1/3 c. white vinegar ... why not, and I used both the celery seed and the dill. Loved the addition of the dill. This is a wonderful three bean salad and perfect for summer picnics and gatherings. Your mom did good Candice, thank you for sharing the recipe. I used French cut green beans to add some visual interest to the dish. I'm attending my 1st "pot-luck" and feel confident bringing this to the event.
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Buttermilk Oatmeal Bread

Reviewed: Apr. 5, 2014
This is one of my favorite quick breads! Think cornbread type of taste but made with oatmeal and not sticky like some quick breads can be and you will appreciate this recipe. It is light, tender and wholesome with a hint a sweetness. I use a 1/4 c. of melted coconut oil without compromising the recipe and usually sub out 1/2 c. flour with white whole wheat flour (it's lighter than regular whole wheat flour) and leave out the salt. Delicious with a smear of soft butter and very adaptable to the addition of spices or made as muffins (12 regular sized or 6 jumbo).
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Adrienne's Cucumber Salad

Reviewed: Mar. 30, 2014
Loved it! Reminds me of the cucumber and tomato salads my Dad use to make. I didn't care for tomato but would eat the cucumbers and onion out. Great to find a recipe (because I never knew how he made it) with just the cucumber and onion. Perfect summer side to have in the fridge too. Thank you for sharing your recipe!
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Paleo Friendly Banana Shake

Reviewed: Feb. 23, 2014
Delicious. It doesn't get any easier or any healthier than this to indulge in a creamy sweet treat. I used frozen banana and thus needed more coconut milk. Also sprinkled with cinnamon and nutmeg. YUM!
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