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Cranberry Chicken I

Reviewed: Aug. 6, 2002
I thought: Oh, goodie! This looks like a simple recipe for my thawing chicken breasts. I got everything ready and discovered I had no French dressing! So, inspired by my fridge's contents, I used Blue Cheese instead. It was delicious, and the tartness of the cheese went well with the sweetness of the cranberry sause. I used a crock pot and added some fresh cut parsley, which gave it a rather festive appearance. You'll like this one, and it is low fat...sort of!
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Actually Delicious Turkey Burgers

Reviewed: Jul. 10, 2002
I am on a low cholesterol diet. I am also a carnivore. I love meat, but have been trying to cut down on fats & load up on fruit, veggies and the occasional red meat. I found this recipe to be really good with the following additions: 1) added a few drops of hickory seasoning liquid smoke 2) add a few drops of Worcestershire sauce, 3) add a small, plastic package of soy sauce, leftover from a Chinese restaurant. This will guarantee that these babies will taste like beef. I tried this on my equally carnivorous roomie, who proclaimed that due to my dilgent efforts, some can be fooled into thinking they're eating a Quarter Pounder, no cheese, extra onion. Speaking of onion, shred fine with a shredder. I used parsley from my garden. Good going, Trudi!
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Roast Leg of Lamb with Rosemary

Reviewed: May 16, 2002
As usual, I did my own thing with the basics of this recipe. I added all the ingredients, (a little bit more, plus olive oil) to a blender. Added more fresh rosemary leaves from the stalk, which is difficult to cut...better to smush! Anyway, after the entire sludge of all the ingredients was mixed, I marinated the meat,put it in the oven on low, then placed the extra marindade on the roast while it was in the oven baking. Eat it rare...delicious! The combo or the lemon (tart), honey (sweet) and mustard (tangy) was a great combo marinade. The garlic, if you choose to include it in the folds of the meat, doesn't really get soft because it's not in the oven that long. Better to grind it up with the marinade potion.
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Slow Cooker Kielbasa and Beer

Reviewed: Sep. 28, 2001
Being of Polish heritage, I was a little doubtful about this recipe. After all, my grandmother had slaved in a steamy kitchen for hours before the sausage & kraut were presented. However: Surprise! The meat is tender, you don't have to add anything, and it smells great. Bravo, Beth! Munched on it all night.
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Banana Banana Bread

Reviewed: Sep. 19, 2001
I am not a baker. I'm more the Campbell's soup & pork chop type. However, this was really easy to mix up in the kitchen after I discovered 5 black bananas in the back of the fridge. Everything was on hand, and when I whipped it up, I was shocked. My mother had always "sifted" the flour, yet this recipe says to just throw it together and it will be perfect. It was. I did add some slivered almonds I had in the freezer. It got a little black around the edges, so I took it out after 50 minutes, not 60. Thanks, Shelley!
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Chicken and Pasta Primavera

Reviewed: Sep. 8, 2001
I liked this dish. I made it for company and everyone raved, but worried (consistently) about their waistlines. Swimming in the pool afterwards eliminated this fear. I substituted green beans for broccoli and everyone loved it. Thanks,Cyndie!
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Bob's Blue Cheese Dressing

Reviewed: Jul. 6, 2001
Thick, delicious, yummy. I added more chunks than suggested in the original recipe as I like to have big lumps of blue cheese in my salad. Easy to make. I used to be a Marie's fanatic, and this beats the dressing they serve in fancy resataurants. Good job, Bob!
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Pork Chops with Sour Cream and Mushroom Sauce

Reviewed: Dec. 14, 2000
I liked this recipe because it was basic...you can add things to it to spice it up, or just keep it sort of bland. I added more mushrooms, some chopped black olves and a hit of lemon pepper. It came out well. Very basic, but lots of potential.
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Alice's Sour Cream Chicken Breasts

Reviewed: Dec. 14, 2000
This was quick and easy. I liked the combination of wine w/ sour cream. I added some chopped mushrooms and black olives (from a can, of course!) and it really added some pizzaz. The cheese gives it a little punch. I even threw it over "left over" take-out Chinese rice which had been sitting in the fridge... and it was fit for company! Bravo, Alice!
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