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Recipe Reviews 12 reviews
Really Easy Bread Stuffing
Definitely white bread is best not hard but definitely a few days old. The only addition I would make is to add about 4 beef or pork sausages - casings removed and chopped up small this ensures moisture is retained and definitely do not add celery or apples. This is definitely a very very old recipe - I am 75 and my mom made this every year of her life and the recipe was passed to her from her mom - believe it came from Scotland. Salt, pepper, onion and sage are the only spices - absolutely delicious in or out of the turkey.

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Reviewed On: Nov. 27, 2014
American Lasagna
I have been making this almost identical recipe for the past 45 years - came to by in-laws and called "buffet lasagnia" the only difference in this recipe and mine is the ricotta vs mine of cottage cheese 1% I skip the eggs as see no reason for them in this recipe - Still a great recipe - perhaps I will try mine with the Ricotta instead of the cottage cheese - just to see if it changes it or not. I have prepared this recipe in triple batches when holding my annual re-unions. Do everything but the baking in the oven. I wrap the dishes in several layers of aluminum foil and freeze. On re-union day - I put them in the oven to bake staggered by 20 minutes each which gives a continuing fresh - hot from the oven lasagnia for all 3 - my family loves it and never seems to leave left-overs - served with several large salads - fresh cut sliced beefstake tomatoes - lots of garlic bread and Bob's your uncle.

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Reviewed On: Oct. 6, 2014
Beef Stew VI
The only change I would make to this recipe is to add half a rutabaga or turnip as I know it - diced - the extra flavour is unbelievable.

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Reviewed On: Sep. 21, 2014

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