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Tim O'Toole's Famous Stuffed Quahogs

Reviewed: Aug. 17, 2012
Almost identical to the simple quahog stuffie recipe I learned as a kid, and a good base recipe to improvise with. We use either Bells stuffing or bake our own seasoned bread croutons. We finely chop the onions (or shallots) and add finely chopped bell peppers as well. Sometimes we use other types of sausage, such as Italian or Mexican. We usually press a couple garlic cloves into it. If we use canned clams, we add the clam juice and reduce the water by that much. You can basically do anything with this recipe. It's a keeper.
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Honey Glazed Ham

Reviewed: Dec. 31, 2011
We used this glaze for our Christmas ham. We reduced the recipe by half (except for the cloves) and had plenty of glaze. We applied it liberally with a basting brush every 15 min. Everyone loved it; no leftovers.
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Corned Beef Hash Cakes

Reviewed: Oct. 11, 2010
My grandmother made an almost identical recipe and formed the mixture into walnut sized balls as opposed to patties. She served them at parties and gatherings along with her homemade cocktail sauce and dips.
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Corned Beef Hash

Reviewed: Oct. 11, 2010
Good basic recipe. I used baked potatoes then diced them (unpeeled), and added some Worcestershire sauce, a little paprika, a few drops of Tabasco Sauce, and some diced sweet green & red peppers to the recipe. Makes a hearty meal with your favorite bread (we liked it with pumpernickel) and a nice green salad.
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Cheesy Tuna Mornay

Reviewed: May 6, 2010
I increased the pasta to around 2 cups, and added 1/3 c. minced onion, 1 c. frozen diced carrots, and 1 t. Old Bay seasoning to the recipe. Also used evaporated milk instead of whole milk & 10 oz. of sharp cheddar. Everybody loved it. It was the first casserole to run out at our church pot-luck supper.
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Tuna Casserole I

Reviewed: Nov. 15, 2007
I use corn or mixed veggies instead of peas. Sometimes I stir in a cup or so of cooked egg noodles or elbow macaroni before baking. Also good with about 1/4 c. chopped bacon added. Additionally, tastes very good with crushed tortilla chips instead of potato chips. You don't have to layer the ingredients, either... tastes just as good if you put everything together and gently mix it before pouring into the casserole dish. Also, mix in 2 or 3 tablespoons of mayonnaise to make it creamier if you like. This is a good basic recipe for tuna casserole that you can easily improvise on, depending on what's in the cupboard. NOTE: If you think this recipe is too salty, use salt-free chips which are easy to find in any grocery store.
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