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Recipe Reviews 3 reviews
Sweet and Hot Apple Slow Cooker Pork
made as directed only leaving out the peppers and using crushed red peppers to taste instead. the meat was dry, tough, and tasteless. the potatoes practically disolved. i ended up making grilled cheese for my 2 year old, and then decided i'd rather have that too. my husband ate it and said it was ok, but he didn't go back for seconds and didn't complain when i didn't save the leftovers.

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Reviewed On: Oct. 19, 2009
Cranberry-Pumpkin Cookies
i made these without the nuts and added some pumpkin pie spice and fresh ginger. the first one i ate was bitter and i didn't think i cared for them at all. the second one was much better, and i was pleasantly surprised that my 19 month old LOVED them. my husband liked them so much he requested a second batch be made to take to work. i thought this was a 4 star winner ( 4 stars because i had added spices ) but while i was making the second batch i ate another of the cookies from the first batch and it already tastes stale and strange. they have an odd texture anyway, but i couldn't believe how quickly they turn to mush. i iced the first batch with a cream cheese icing my toddler loved. the second batch i drizzled with a sugar/milk/corn syrup glaze (i threw in a pinch of cinnamon) and my husband and i liked those better. i wish they were crunchier, but maybe it's the pumpkin that give them their texture. i don't think these will even be edible by morning, too bad i made so many thinking they were good.

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Reviewed On: Oct. 17, 2009
Easiest Peanut Butter Fudge
this recipe is awesome. I woke up this morning with a strong pregnancy craving for peanut butter fudge. I've never made fudge before, and after ruining 2 batches (crumbled oily mess)using a different recipe from this site, i tried this as a last ditch effort. i had used up all the fluff i had making the first 2 batches but had everything for this recipe on hand. thank goodness. i followed user review suggestions and used 2 cups brown sugar, 1 cup p.b., and 3 cups of conf. sugar. i sifted the confectioners sugar, and only actually had to use about 2 1/2 cups of it to get my fudge to the pefect consistancy. it was too thick to pour but i used a piece of plasic wrap and the flat bottom of a cup to press it into the pan and smooth the top and it came out perfect. thanks so much for sharing, i'll definately make this again!

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Reviewed On: Sep. 12, 2007

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