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Wiener Winks

Reviewed: Jul. 5, 2010
OMG! Thank you for a great recipe! I usually keep my franks frozen. I took 2 and placed them in the microwave for 1 minute. The franks came out of the microwave thawed, semi cooked and juicy. I buttered and cheesed my 2 whole wheat bread slices as per instructions. I put the toothpicks through the crusts of the breads so they don’t get away. I placed both winks in my toaster oven at 350, as instructed, for 6 minutes in one side, then I used my tongs to turn then over and cooked them for 6 minutes on the other side. The “butter messy” part I did not want to solve (it’s the “fun” part). When done, OMG!... soft in the inside, crunchy on the outside. My 15 y.o. son said it’s a keeper.
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Rated G Mexican Coffee

Reviewed: Dec. 21, 2008
OhmyGod!!! what a wonderful recipe. The 2nd time I customized it to our taste buds for a more robust taste: increased sugar to 1/2 cup, increased cloves to 2, increased coffee beans to 3/4 cup... to die for. The 3rd time I ran out of whipped cream to I whipped 8 oz of heavy cream and mixed it with 4 teaspoons of sifted confectioner's sugar. Thank you for a wonderful recipe!!!
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White Gelatin

Reviewed: Dec. 21, 2008
Loved it. I am making it for Christmas. I don't really LOVE cream cheese (too rich) so I used 75% ricotta cheese and 25% cream cheese. I also cut the sugar in half. It came out real nice, a little lighter than when I used cream cheese only, so it will be perfect for after a full Christmas meal. I will serve it desert glasses, sprinkle a bit of green sugar and place a red maraschino cherry on top! the colors of the holiday. This gelatin is versatile in the presentation because it's white. You can add colored sprinkles for a kid's party, blueberries and strawberries for the 4th of July... you get the idea.
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Peruvian Aji Sauce

Reviewed: Dec. 21, 2008
Wow! A hot sauce that is tasty and that I can control the heat! I tried the original recipe.. nice. The 2nd time I added 1 teaspoon salt and 1/2 bunch cilantro.., great!. The 3rd time, with salt & cilantro, I streamed 1/4 cup olive oil into the blender INSTEAD of the mayo... Delish!!! --no mayo aftertaste, healthier and tastier-- it seems to bring out the flavor of the lettuce and cilantro. Update: This is my 5th try (you can tell I love this recipe) and I added 1/2 onion... OMG, how flavorful! That's it. I can not improve this further for my taste. A real winner!!!
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Orange Pecan French Toast

Reviewed: May 15, 2008
It's a keeper! Made it for Mother's day breakfast. All generations of our family LOVED it! (I did turn down the sweet ingredients by almost half though) Thank you for a delicious keeper.
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Mom's Chicken Cacciatore

Reviewed: Sep. 1, 2007
This dish gets a 5 star rating: 4 for the recipe and 1 for all the great suggestions Here’s what I did: Added carrots: 3 and cut to about 1” “sticks”, placed in small bowl, added water to cover cooked in microwave for 9 mins. Egg washed the chicken: I beat 2 large eggs with a tblspn of water and covered chicken pieces. Chicken: Used chicken with bone – more tastier than just meat. Removed skin and fat, but had to add more olive oil. Doubled all the seasonings: I used half with the flour and added the other half at simmering time! – delish! Added and replaced some seasonings: (1) Replaced salt with garlic salt. (2) Added Ms. Dash seasoning (did not have Italian Seasonings) (3) Added 1 teaspoon brown sugar – kills tomato acidity! (4) Did not have diced or Italian stewed tomatoes or tomato paste. I used 1 large can (28oz) Crushed Tomatoes with Basil only – nice and thick and flavorful sauce that my wife always buys. Deleted some veggies: no green peppers or mushrooms -- my kids don’t like them, yet. Frying: Golden brown fried the lightly, well coated chicken pieces in very low heat. Wine: Added red wine to hot skillet (no heat) and scraped bits of chicken – this also reduced the wine! Simmering: Added and gently mixed all the ingredients, including the other half of the seasonings, sugar and carrots. Simmered covered for 45 minutes over low heat. This came out wonderfully tasty! My only 2 cents is: make double – as your family and guests will want seconds.
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