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Lebanese Chicken and Potatoes

Reviewed: Jun. 19, 2010
This was amazing. I let the juices soak in while the oven preheated and this was delicious. I might consider marinating longer if time allowed but if not, it's still great. The potatoes are perfect. But as the other reviewer said, the chicken meat itself doesn't seem to get the flavor as well as the skin does. Might consider that when marinating....
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Cornbread Pancakes

Reviewed: Apr. 30, 2010
These are kind of like a sweet cornbread but in pancake form. Like a johnnycake almost. If you are expecting pancakes and not a pancake version of cornbread, you will be disappointed. Adjust the sugar to reflect the amount of sweet you like in your cornbread. I think I put in 3 teaspoons, and it was fine. I will make these again.
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E-Z Drop Biscuits

Reviewed: Apr. 11, 2010
this recipe is very simple, makes a great simple biscuit and can be portioned down to suit your needs. I skipped adding cream of tartar, as previous reviewers reported it changed the taste and was unnecessary. it worked well.
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Scrambled Eggs Done Right

Reviewed: Mar. 21, 2010
There was a slight improvement on the standard scrambled egg flavor here, hence 3 stars. I whisked and only added mayo, no water. They were cooked over low heat (which i think is probably the only way to do proper scrambled eggs but that's just me) and after I tasted a little without topping, I opted for cheese and a dash of salt over toast.
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Playgroup Granola Bars

Reviewed: Jan. 31, 2010
I'd been considering this recipe for a while. I didn't have most of the ingredients but read the reviews and used the suggestions and the recipe as a base and well...WOW. I used about 2/3 a cup of brown sugar, 1/2 flaxseed meal (I didn't have wheat germ), pumpkin seeds (shelled of course), Currants, tossed in some cocoa powder and about 1/2 a cup of peanut butter and used Scott's Porrage Oats (I love this brand!). They took about 20 minutes to bake and did spread a little so maybe I should have used more oat? Next time I will probably use less sugar. Heck, it might do to nix on the brown sugar entirely. But this is GREAT.
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Peanut Butter Bars I

Reviewed: Jan. 28, 2010
easy to make and easy to eat.
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Soft Oatmeal Cookies

Reviewed: Jan. 15, 2010
wonderful. no complaints here.
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Absolute Best Liver and Onions

Reviewed: Jan. 15, 2010
i love the soaking in milk idea but there is entirely too much butter involved in this recipe. Otherwise, it was great. Though I think I'll attempt another version next time I make liver just for some variety.
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Pennsylvania Coal Region Barbecue

Reviewed: Dec. 30, 2009
I consider this a step up from a sloppy joe
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Prego® Sausage-Stuffed Green Peppers

Reviewed: Dec. 30, 2009
versatile and delish!!
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Butter Bean Burgers

Reviewed: Dec. 30, 2009
the use of most kinds of bean will work with this if you mash it enough. and almost anything can be made to taste edible if you add enough seasoning to it.
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Chicken Livers with Gorgonzola Polenta

Reviewed: Dec. 28, 2009
This is a liver recipe, but it seems as if you could use other meats if you felt so inclined. It's a good recipe, we gobbled it up but it will taste like liver so if you don't like it, don't bother. I made the recipe per the instructions with two changes. 1) I didn't have wine so I used water with a little dry sherry in it. 2) I baked the polenta in the oven while the rest was being made, it saved time and stress. In case you don't know how to, I prepped an oven safe dish with pam, preheated the oven to 350 and put in the broth and polenta (I skipped the milk, it wasn't necessary but you can substitute the broth for milk if you want creamier polenta). I stirred it up, baked it for about 40 minutes, stirred it once, added the cheese and that was that. This was easy even with the work involved, I will make this again.
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Movie Star Popcorn

Reviewed: Dec. 7, 2009
I have been using this recipe for a few weeks now and depending on my mood I either use more or less or only butter. You do have to be careful the butter doesn't burn but it's perfect either way.
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Buffy's Refried Beans

Reviewed: Oct. 12, 2009
VERY simple and cheap. I made mine as the main dish with corn bread on the side because well, really all I had in the house were some soaked pink beans I'd prepped a few weeks before. I used butter (no lard available) and since I'd simmered the beans in chicken stock, I just used that as my liquid. I thought I should skip the salt but didn't and think i ought to have skipped the salt, it was too salty. But that was my fault. Butter worked fine, Pink Beans worked fine, topped with cheddar (it was all I had)and went well with the Blue Cornbread recipe I found on this web site (I highly recommend the corn bread if you like sweet cornbread). Not bad. Worth the work.
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Eggless Chocolate Cake II

Reviewed: Sep. 19, 2009
WONDERFUL!!! I really wanted chocolate cake, but lacked the important milk/butter/eggs necessary. So I went out on a limb and made this. I used grapeseed oil instead of Veggie and really think it made no difference. It took the entire 40 minutes to cook and I'm considering putting a glaze on it. Possibly lemon but I'm not sure. It'll be fine to eat plain though too. Great Cake!
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Blue Corn Cornbread

Reviewed: Sep. 19, 2009
AMAZING. Simply AMAZING. Please note that I did not use blue cornmeal because I only had yellow on hand. ALSO I ran out of baking powder 1 tsp shy of 5 (didn't matter). AND (because capital letters tell you important things) I was also out of milk and had to substitute 1/2 c sweetened condensed milk and 1/2 c water instead (I went a light on the sugar to even it out). And the sifting 3 times, melting the butter in the oven in the dish and then pouring it in seemed so strange to me. But I did as instructed anyhow. And the result was.... The bread cooked for 30 minutes, came out perfect. It's perfection. Clearly with all the substitutions I had to make, and it still tastes wonderful, you just can't screw this bread up. This is my permanent recipe now. I will never go back.
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Finnish Kropser (Baked Pancakes)

Reviewed: Aug. 15, 2009
beat by hand, cut recipe down to feed 8 and baked in a cast Iron skillet. I cooked it for 20 minutes at 400 and it's perfect. Just perfect. Bearing in mind that everyone's oven can be different, I opted for a lower temp because I can always cook it longer if necessary. I suggest that you use your best judgment when you go to bake it. I topped it with blueberry preserves and it was a great hit. I'll make this regularly!
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Easy Batter Fruit Cobbler

Reviewed: Aug. 14, 2009
It's super simple, very quick and if you have a little ice cream that will really make it rock. It's fine on it's own too, served with a nice coffee of some kind. The other reviewers are correct, it's incredibly sweet. I used frozen blueberries, but they were fresh blueberries I'd just shoved in the freezer and forgotten about. I also halved the recipe. I think the butter amount can be cut in half without issue, same with the sugar, it's extremely sweet. My dough came out gooey, even after an hour of cooking. I blame the butter and the baking dish, possibly the baker as well (some recipes just don't halve well). But I did follow the recipe exactly (except for the fact that I halved it). Still worth the 5 stars.
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Oatmeal Cake II

Reviewed: Aug. 1, 2009
I didn't have a small enough pan, used a loaf pan to bake, this increased the cooking time to an hour to finish baking. I halved the recipe, used only Brown Sugar, and may have used porrage oats accidentally. So I guess I kind of screwed the recipe up with that....But it's a decent cake, have some milk with it. Despite my inability to know what kind of oats I used, I'd have to say it's worth 5 stars just because it managed to pull itself together.
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