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Country-Style Steak

Reviewed: Nov. 11, 2013
Good basic recipe. I'm a southern girl also. I've been making something similar for years, but use my crockpot instead and double the time on low (or more depending on how easy a fork goes into the meat). (using the crockpot means it doesn't heat the house up in the summer) Also, I put sliced onions on the bottom so the steak doesn't sit directly on the pot. But by the time it is done, the onions are melted in the gravy. I use half the amount of the seasoned salt OR use a salt free seasoning for steak. Thanks for posting.
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No Bake Cookies III

Reviewed: Jul. 6, 2011
Great recipe, but the timing is off. As a hint, the humidity has an effect on how the cookies will "set up". What I do is bring the mixture to a boil, then rolling boil for 3 minutes if it IS humid, and 2 minutes if it is NOT humid. Also, in the winter, I will make this recipe without the oatmeal and pour in a pan and let it set and cut into squares. This recipe has been around for 40 years or more!
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My Grandma's Peanut Butter Fudge

Reviewed: Dec. 4, 2010
I've tried many, many fudge recipes and this is by far the best peanut butter fudge recipe so far. I'm not sure what the reviewer meant when they said this did not "set up". I have the same problem if it is humid in my house OR if I don't cook it long enough. I cook my mixture in a thick walled, heavy saucepan and once it comes to a boil, I boil it exactly 5 minutes. No more, no less. It turns out perfectly every time. I made about 10 batches of this for Christmas gifts so far and everyone who has tried it so far at my work love this fudge. I'll be making it for my son and his family when I visit them this month.
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Aunt Rachel's Cheese Souffle

Reviewed: Sep. 9, 2007
I have a similar recipe that my cousin gave me many years ago and I've made it every Thanksgiving since then. The key is to NOT use so much liquid. If you use too much, the bread will be too soggy. Use only 1 cup milk and it turns out better. Also, use older, dryer bread as the other reviewer stated. But this is awsome. I made my own from memory since this is an annual tradition with my family. They would get upset if I didn't make a "Cheese Souffle" on Thanksgiving.
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Crunchy-Topped Spice Cake

Reviewed: Aug. 12, 2007
Good easy cake. Only took 10 minutes to assemble and everyone loved it when done.
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