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Recipe Reviews 13 reviews
Creamy Au Gratin Potatoes
I altered it to be dairy-free with almond milk and Daiya brand cheddar cheese. This was fantastic and I will be making this again!

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Reviewed On: Mar. 16, 2013
Coco's Meatloaf
I had to make a few adjustments but this was phenomenal meatloaf! Switched out almond milk and Earth Balance to make is dairy free, oats in place of crackers, half ground beef/pork, added an extra 1/4 C almond milk because I only had old fashioned oats. Cooked a little longer and it was the most tender, stick together meatloaf I have ever had. Just don't tell my mom. This make 2 good sized loaves. One for today, one to freeze!

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Reviewed On: Nov. 5, 2012
Authentic Cincinnati Chili
I basically followed the recipe but made a few minor changes. This turned out a little more spicy than I like. My husband (who's from Cincinnati) said it has a Skyline flavor with Goldstar spiciness. My mods: 1) I did not do the overnight skim thing, I used grass fed ground beef which doesn't have enough fat to make that step worth my time. 2) I used 1/4 t ground clove in place of whole clove. 3) I used 1 t ground allspice in place of allspice berries. 4) I used 3 T cocoa powder in stead of the square. 5) I forgot the bay leaf! I would definitely make this again but cut back on the amount of chili powder.

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Reviewed On: Oct. 29, 2012

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