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Cholesterol King Heart Stopper 2000

Reviewed: Oct. 5, 2006
OMGosh! This was THE perfect recipe to feed a soccer team. I picked it for the 5 star rating and the hope that the contents would not make the bread soggy by the time the boys got them. I was shy about onions and peppers for teen palates, so went VERY light on them. I took squeeze mayo, mustard, and italian dressing just in case, but only 2 boys used condiments. My son said "They all LOVED 'em. It was the best team meal yet." My daughters loved the leftovers, my husband loved the last one. (by then at least 5 hrs old) I used 20 sub-sized buns, quadrupled the garlic butter, grated my own parmesan, and used good quality ingredients. (Ok, I went cheap & only used one cheese - provolone) Awesome!!
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St. Louis Toasted Ravioli

Reviewed: Oct. 3, 2006
I'm only rating the process. I wanted to duplicate the fried ravioli appetizer I had at a local restaurant. This recipe showed me how. I bought refrigerated Italian sausage ravioli from a large wholesale store and a jar of basil spaghetti sauce. Forgot the egg, but turned out great fried in just enough oil to almost cover. Thanks for posting which gave me the confidence to try fried ravioli!!
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Mock Champagne

Reviewed: Dec. 28, 2005
I tried this New Year's 2004 after many years of using straight ginger ale for kids. After the first glass, all the kids opted to pour themselves just ginger ale and by-pass the pitcher of mock champagne.
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Bratwurst Stew

Reviewed: Nov. 28, 2005
I put this on my Thanksgiving weekend menu plan as a break from poultry. I thought my German in-laws would like this stew. Well, there was a LOT of unexpected hesitation, but it turned out to be a winner! I bought good quality brats and removed the skin. Next time I will also slice them lengthwise for smaller mouths. I set a brown mustard on the table & some folks dipped their brats. I also opted for potatoes over beans (per another reviewer's suggestion). There was A LOT of concern about digestive gas. Turned out not to be a problem.
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Potato Coffee Cake

Reviewed: Nov. 11, 2005
Sorry, but a 5 star means make it for company and make it frequently for the family. This recipe was just sweet bread with sugar on top. Basic homemade buttermilk bread would be an equally good gift, and makes a great morning treat toasted with cinnamon suger. If you want sweet, make a coffee CAKE. If you want bread, make bread. This is good, but not a show stopper.
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Lemon Horseradish New Potatoes

Reviewed: Oct. 24, 2005
It doesn't get any easier than this!! Cut up the redskin potatoes, mix in a glass dish & bake. Mmmmm. Smells great cooking, & goes well with all the usual comfort food entrees.
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Beer Butt Chicken

Reviewed: Apr. 26, 2005
This chicken isn't just for summer anymore. My family loves it so much I make it during the winter in the oven using a rack that holds the beer can and an open roasting pan. We've changed the seasonings to experiment & haven't had a bad combination yet.
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Cheddar Bay Biscuits

Reviewed: Apr. 26, 2005
I cut the recipe in half since 10 biscuits is enough for my family of 5. EXCEPT, I didn't reduce the cheese. I used a shredded 4 cheese mix leftover from a taco dinner, skipped the salt per other's reviews, and this turned out great.
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Cheesy Taco Dip

Reviewed: Jan. 4, 2005
This was easy to prepare. I made it on the stove in the morning and warmed it in an electric fondue pot before my party. With Frito's Scoops, it tasted good and was finished off. Next time I'll pick a spicier taco seasoning. I went mild because I don't like pain, plus I had lots of kids present. This recipe can stand at least medium seasoning without heating up your mouth.
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Artichoke & Spinach Dip Restaurant Style

Reviewed: Jan. 4, 2005
I made this for New Year's and with 50 people present, less than 1/4 of this dip was consumed. Next year I'll make my standard artichoke dip.
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Cranberry Sauce Extraordinaire

Reviewed: Nov. 29, 2004
I'll have to try this as an appetizer over cream cheese, 'cause I have LOTS of leftovers. I followed the recipe exactly. The flavor was good, but it didn't complement the turkey. (You know, like mint jelly is to lamb or wasabi is to sushi) The mix of flavors & textures was too complicated to be a 'sauce'. When eating I kept thinking, "this would make a good pie filling." Hopefully, it freezes well & I can use it for New Year's with crackers...
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Irresistible Pecan Pie

Reviewed: Nov. 26, 2004
Finally a PECAN PIE. This is not a goo pie with floating pecans. I've always tossed in extra pecans to the basic recipe, but this one showed me the key. Crushed pecans make every bite flavorful, quartered pecans fill the crust, and pecan halves on top create a very impressive presentation. (I never could get those floating pecans pretty on the gooey recipes) I have an easy homemade crust recipe, so I made my own, but thank you so much, Ingrid, for giving me the secret to making my pecan pie truly PECAN. Yum!
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Hummus III

Reviewed: Mar. 19, 2004
I didn't get to taste this. I made it for my daughter to take to school when she presented her report on a middle eastern country. Those 4th graders polished off every spec! She served it with pita chips, also from allrecipes. I'm making it again this weekend -- for adults this time.
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Oriental Shrimp Noodle Soup

Reviewed: Jan. 4, 2004
I needed to use up extra shrimp from a party. This soup turned out easy and fabulous! Instead of cooking raw shrimp, I added my (leftover) pre-cooked shrimp at the last minute. I don't like spicy, so I was nervous about the red pepper -- no problem. Wonderful flavor. Attractive appearance.
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Pan-Fried Asparagus

Reviewed: Apr. 21, 2003
Wow. Buttery, delicious, perfect. I've almost won over 2 of my 3 kids! My garlic browned immediately, so I must've had the heat too high. To serve, I lifted the asparagus out of the pan leaving the liquid, garlic & salt in the pan. That kept it from being too strong tasting or too oily.
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Chicken Marsala

Reviewed: Feb. 11, 2003
After making this for the umpteeth time, I finally decided to add my rating. This recipe is my husband's birthday dinner request every year and my kids' frequent request. Although when I follow the recipe to the letter it is best, I make this so often I wing it now. I omit mushrooms if I don't have any on hand, I don't measure anything, and I use all types of wine and sherry. It always comes out tender and tasty.
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