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Tracy L.


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Recipe Reviews 16 reviews
Sorta Salisbury Steak
My mother used to make cube steaks when I was a kid. I remember chewing and chewing and chewing and practically needing the heimlich maneuver when it came time to swallow. I don't know if it was notalgia or a momentary lapse in sanity that made me buy the dreaded meat at the store. But I did. I decided not to fry like mom did, and found this recipe to discover they should be slow cooked. The only addition for my dinner was I added portabella mushroom slices with the onions. It was amazing. Tender, tasty meat and a lovely brown gravy. I rate this 5 stars for simplicity, flavor, and I will use it often. Thanks for sharing!

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Reviewed On: Feb. 12, 2013
Chocolate Pumpkin Cake
I used this recipe as guide for what I had in mind. I wanted a pumpkin cake that tastes like pumpkin. So I followed this recipe exactly, but I used a white cake mix and added 2t. of pumpkin pie spice to the mix. I topped it with a homemade cream cheese frosting, crossed my fingers, and served it at a party. People raved, wanted to take pieces home, and my husband said, "you better write this one down, it's amazing!"

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Reviewed On: Nov. 1, 2012
Seafood Pasta Salad
This is an excellent recipe. I had been making seafood pasta salad using plain old mayo and thought it needed something. So glad I found this recipe! I followed it except I used seashell pasta and added a diced red pepper. I also recommend starting with a good fake crab (did I just say that? Yes, I did! I admit it, I love the stuff) Not all immitation seafoods are alike - I highly recommend the bulk immitation crab they sell at Sam's club.

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Reviewed On: Aug. 16, 2010
 
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