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Creamy Chocolate Cupcakes

Reviewed: Feb. 7, 2013
So hey, I followed the recipe exactly and they are the best cupcakes I have ever made. It doesn't need icing and they were kinda gewey and hard to take out of the pan. I didn't use liners and hunted a picture that resembled mine other than the liners. Still, even though I had to help the heavy bottom and top stick together by squishing a little after taking them out of the pan, they were good and stayed together after that. The chocolate chip melts just enough inside with the cream cheese that it is divine. I put larger walnut chunks on top and wow so good!
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Honey Walnut Shrimp

Reviewed: Sep. 30, 2010
Fried up golden brown and light. A perfect batter with conrstarch. I used slightly more cornstarch because my eggs were large and that worked well. I did squeeze a dab of lemon juice in my sauce. I will do this again and again.
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Stuffed Pasta Shells

Reviewed: Jul. 23, 2010
Wow awesome. My changes were that I used sage sausage by Jimmy Dean and cut up half a yellow pepper to cook with sausage. I used a 32 oz jar of MID'S (got a Kroger) Italian Sausage pasta sauce and this was to die for. I won't be cooking any baked pasta dish with red sayce again without using this recipe.
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The Best Meatloaf I've Ever Made

Reviewed: Dec. 20, 2007
This was pretty good. But we didn't like the tomato paste on top.
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Manicotti Alla Romana

Reviewed: Dec. 7, 2007
This is so very good! I'm thinking of making this for a rehearsal dinner. I could do some vegitarian and some with meat. The white sauce is great and I am so glad I can finally make a white alfredo-type sauce for pasta! The changes I made are that I also used a small curd cottage cheese (small container), a small block of fresh grated parmasson cheese, italian sausage instead of ground beef, and added a package of motzarella to the cheese mix. I know it is a lot of changes, but we all make do with what we have. Since I added so much, I used a second box of pasta and stuffed them for the freezer! I will make additional sause when we have those. And WE WILL because this was incredible resteraunt quality food.
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Tossed Romaine and Orange Salad

Reviewed: Nov. 27, 2007
This salad is much like another salad here called 3 step salad. It was really good but I did like the other best. Either would do you proud served to casual or formal guests. I wanted the crunch of celery and carmelized almonds from the other recipe so I added those. This dressing is sweet and good. It would benefit from a teaspoon of cornstarch to thicken a bit. This is definately a dressing I would make again to be able to switch between sweet and tangy of the other recipe.
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Three-Step Salad

Reviewed: Nov. 27, 2007
This is a 5 star salad you can serve to guests in a formal or casual setting and be proud. I prepared it exactly as it says I think. To clarify, I used extra virgin olive oil and distilled white vinigar. We loved the tangy dressing.
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Cheese Ball

Reviewed: May 6, 2007
My family really loved this one. They weren't as crazy about the green peppers so next time I will use less, but the pineapple was great.
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Spaghetti Pie III

Reviewed: Jan. 6, 2007
Thank you for this recipe. I made it today for my husband who was coming home for a day from trucking. He raved and raved. But as usual I used it as a skeleton and changed the following... 1. I didn't measure out the sour cream and cream cheese exactly. I just blended a medium container of SC and 8 oz of CC. Much easier! 2. I used the 1 lb of spaghettie and added some broken pieces of lassagna I had. 3. I used 1 lb ground chuck AND 1 lb. roll of sage flavored sausage. I fried it together throwing in the green pepper and 4 cloves of garlic. I also used lots of spices to heat it up like cumin, oregano, garlic salt, seasoned pepper, pepper corn ? (like used at pizza hut to sprinkle on) and minced onion. 4. I bought 8 oz mozzarella and 8 oz sharp chedder and used all but 2 oz from each. It was delicious!! Since I baked it in a 14x11 pan, there were leftovers of the noodles and meatsauce. There was no extra sour adn cream cheese. I added the noodles to the sauce and froze for spaghetti later. I bagged and froze the leftover pie too.
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