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Banana Bread Crumb Pudding

Reviewed: Apr. 17, 2007
Wanted this recipe to work because I have several allergies and this helped. I used 2 cups of bread crust crumbled (white rice) Read review and doubled milk, used three banannas, no eggs or apples. Doubled honey and brown sugar. Left other spices the same. May sub some pear sause for a bananna next time. Cooked at 350 took out 5 mins early. This was bannana bread pudding. If more banannas were added you could add more bread crumbs up your milk a bit and it would be a bit taller. I served with choice of cream or ice cream. Wonderful
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Gulliver's Cream Corn

Reviewed: Nov. 2, 2008
This was really good I would not use more than 1 tsp of white pepper tho.... Made the night before and shreaded parm cheese put in over. Heated for 15 minutes on 375, 3 inches from burner to melt cheese and warm. Keeper
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Southern as You Can Get Collard Greens

Reviewed: Dec. 26, 2008
Wow - I used a ham bone left over from Thanksgiving with a lot of meat on it. It was the most popular dish at the table. Two bunches makes alot!!!!
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Slow-Cooker Chicken Tortilla Soup

Reviewed: Dec. 26, 2008
My husband eat all this in two days. He loved it. I followed the recipe except diced toms and I use the chips "so easy"
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Blueberry Streusel Cobbler

Reviewed: Aug. 14, 2010
I loved this did exactly the recipe. The crust was great... I used walnuts on top. I do want to tinker with the sauce a bit. Bet brandy added would be great.
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Home Style Macaroni and Cheese

Reviewed: Feb. 21, 2009
Ok this was gone in 15 minutes. Never have I had such raving over Mac and Cheese. I made changes by others. 2 cups of Cheddar, 1 cup Swiss, and one cup Mozzarella. I reserved some and used on the top. Also omitted bread crumbs. This was easy, the hardest part was a shredded all the cheese but if you buy it it would be done in less that 30 minutes. Also subed some half and half 1/2 cup.
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Amazing Spicy Grilled Shrimp

Reviewed: Feb. 28, 2009
My husband and I loved this so I make this for chicken. Marinaded for 6 hours and cooked on the grill. It was excellent and did not burn like I thought it would. When I cook chicken I use half the Weber and put charcoal on one side and the chicken on the other and slow cook for 1.5 hours. If you take them off when they are done they are a beautiful color. I think next time I will inject the meat or pack under the skin then place on the grill.
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Best Steak Marinade in Existence

Reviewed: Mar. 8, 2009
Had friends over and cooked T-bone steaks. Marinaded for 6 hours, did not blend. Everyone raved. I used low sodium soy, this was great.
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Chicken Tequila Fettuccini

Reviewed: Mar. 17, 2009
I made this on a whim and it was interesting to make. I did a few things different : I did double the garlic and Japs. I sliced the chicken in long thin pieces. When I cooked then I sautéed the onion in the tequila/butter and then added chicken and cooked partway adding the lime juice then added the soy. I find when I put the lid on I don’t get the rubber effect. Cooking partway way also. I chopped the bell peppers in processor my family likes the flavor not the pepper. It was very pretty. I did chop the onions in long thin pieces to compensate and give definition. I only used two pans one for noodles. I made the paste then cooked chicken and veges and added all. I was surprised how easy after reading reviews. After eating the flavor was spot on the only thing I will watch for net time with the extra tequila and butter you have to watch for soupy sauce. I like mine a little thinker. Will cook down more when cooking the chicken in marinade or drain the peppers (after chopping produce juice) This was wonderful
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Catherine's Spicy Chicken Soup

Reviewed: Aug. 8, 2009
Wow,Wow Wow Wow my husband says. I put everything in a crock pot but the corn and beans and sour cream. Had to put it in a pot to add the last of the stuff was out of room. This cut the need for olive oil. I all real stuff garlic, parsley and onion and no bouillion. (all broth) Used no salt tomatoes, and no tomatoes soup instead pulsed a can of whole tomatos (no salt) I did add a small amount of sea salt. This great I wouldn't change a thing if it weren't for a low salt diet. This wonderful....
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Southwest Chicken

Reviewed: Aug. 18, 2009
I used this for a base recipe as hubby and I are on a diet. I just threw most of the ingredients in a dutch oven. I had no beans but will use next time. I I did not use oil and crushed three small home grown tomatoes and added a yellow bell, green bell and a hot chili. Had some fresh parsley about to go bad so I throw that in with garlic sea salt and pepper. Hubby loved was filling and low calorie.
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Home-Style Chicken and Sausage

Reviewed: Dec. 10, 2009
I really enjoyed the ease of this. Hubby loved. Here's what I did. I used everything the recipe suggested except I used a bag of little smokies I had left over from the holidays. It was good...I added a few extras because it was not Italian sausage like some dried red pepper and Italian seasoning, no water chicken broth and garlic. Next time I will use spicy Italian sausage and as not a big fan of frozen green beans, if I have no fresh I will throw in some baked asparagus and some corn. I also had no potatoes so I cheated and used mashed potatoes. Finally I added a spoonful of Thick Worcestershire not to change the flavor but to add color and flavor to the juice for the mashed potatoes. This will go in the rotation.
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Cream Cheese Frosting II

Reviewed: Dec. 30, 2009
Made this for two layer red velvet cake. I uped the sugar and the vanilla per recomendation but left everything else alone. Was wonderful. Needs to be doubled for full size two layer red velvet. Next time I will make three smaller layers so the frosting is more pronounced.
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Pumpkin Cheesecake II

Reviewed: Jan. 5, 2010
This was wonderful... flavor was great it did crack but the whipped topping covered it up. It was the only dessert gone on Thanksgiving.
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Blackened Salmon Fillets

Reviewed: Jan. 6, 2010
Did recipe for 2. Easy, good I halved the butter and used CBN Butter Stick. Cut the salt to a couple dashes over the fish. Cut the white pepper down to 1/8th. Good flavor. I used medium heat at didn't flip or move but once.
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Blackened Tuna

Reviewed: Jan. 6, 2010
Did recipe as it except for 33% percent less sodium old bay cajun. Pam instead of butter! A keeper. So easy....
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Lamb Feta Peppers

Reviewed: Jan. 21, 2010
I gave this 5 because hubby raved I was surprised he doesn't usually like lamb. I took others advice and doubled garlic and added red pepper flakes. I also used goat instead of feta. I used a pint of cherry toms add a tad evoo/vinegar/lemon and spices. I like to control the salt. Two cups was enough to cover but none on the bottom. I think it still needs something....chopped pepperoncini and some chopped olives for alittle kick. I also had to cook longer to get 160.
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World's Best Lasagna

Reviewed: Jan. 31, 2010
This is like the recipe I lost years ago. I halved the recipe…for 6 as hubby and I would be eating that forever. I had to make changes because of the half (9X9 pan). I use one can sauce, large paste, diced tomatoes. No water. I added more Italian spices, no sugar and used spicy sausage and some cracked red. Started with original recipe spices and had to add sorry I didn’t put amounts I used all dry but I grew and dried them so they are stronger I look forward to fresh in the summer. One whole egg in the cheese and nutmeg. I was at a store the day before an ice storm forgot the parm cheese. I used Asiago cheese very aged…I really like think I will mix the two next time. I liked this a lot but it is still missing something from the old recipe. I will make again and again until I figure it out. Was much better the second day. I can’t wait to make this with fresh tomatoes this summer!!!
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Slow Cooker Spicy Black-Eyed Peas

Reviewed: Mar. 7, 2010
My husband raved about these. I used a few left over ribs from the end that cooked alittle much. No bacon but alittle grease =). Tendered them up nice. I'll never boil ribs again yuck =( Everything else was to recipe and I think black-eyed peas will be more than a new years dish.
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Indonesian Pork Tenderloin

Reviewed: Mar. 12, 2010
Would give this 10 stars for taste if I could. I did almost rate at 4 just because of some things missing from the recipe. First cut the membrane off the tenderloin. I cooked in the oven on a roasting rack at 400 for 20-25 mins. You want to pull out at 150 internal temp. Then cover with tin foil and let rest for 10 minutes. It will continue to cook. If you pull out at 160 it will over cook the meat. I used schezwan stir-fry sauce. Also subbed Asian chile paste for the red pepper flakes(I used 2 tablespoons =). The meat wasn't hot for me. The sauce was!! I cooked the leftover marinade on the stove for a bit and added dijon mustard to thinken and drizzled over meat. This was great can't wait to do the grill.
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