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Chunky Bacon and Potato Soup

Reviewed: Jul. 2, 2010
Really great starting point, but needed some tweaking. I used some nice red potatoes, added some red pepper flakes, salt, pepper, and cheese. You just can't have potato and bacon without cheese. And last minute I threw in about one Tablespoon of chives chopped up all nice. Oh man, it was so good. Going into my recipe box and is going to be made again and again. mmmmmmm.
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Teriyaki Chicken for the Busy Cook

Reviewed: Mar. 30, 2010
This was absolutely delicious and so very easy. I used 4 good sized boneless skinless chicken breasts, and added just a dollop of Garlic-Ginger sauce to it, and reduced the cooking time to 20 min on each side with the pan covered with tinfoil for the whole time. And like "Sally" I added a bit of corn starch to the remaining sauce to thicken it up. They were so moist and delicious. So good over rice. Definitely going to be making this many many times in the future.
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Awesome Honey Pecan Pork Chops

Reviewed: Jan. 29, 2010
Oh YUMMY! This recipe was super easy and very very good. I read through the comments before making it so I added about a half teaspoon brown sugar and some Shallot Onions to the sauce. It really complemented the sweetness nicely. I also added some garlic salt to the flour mix. I used a cast iron wok to cook it in ((cause I love it)) and spooned on a bit more of the flour mixture on each piece half way though cooking, it made them nice and crispy on the outside and super moist on the inside. ^_^ Awesome recipe, I will definitely be making again!
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Beer Pancakes

Reviewed: Oct. 31, 2009
We tried this recipe using a Holiday Pumpkin Beer, and a dash of brown sugar. WOW. It was So delicious... I did have to add extra flower though because the batter turned out to runny and the pancakes ended up very thin. I did notice that the cooking times were odd, when the bottom was done the top was still to soft to flip, it tried to run all over the pan. But we made it work and they were still delicious...even if they weren't pretty.
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Creme Anglaise I

Reviewed: Aug. 14, 2009
This recipe is not something you should use if you are impatient, the whole thing took me over a half hour to do well. Keep the heat very low and don't stop mixing once you add the egg mixture in until it gets nice and thick. Everyone LOVED this in our house, we had it over angel food cake with sliced strawberries and blue berries. mmmmmmm ^_^ we almost ate ourselves sick on it. Also the angel food cake tastes delicious just ripped up and dipped into the sauce. Simply wonderful and something that will definitely be making many more appearances in my cooking.
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