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Recipe Reviews 8 reviews
Pineapple Upside-Down Cake V
Absolute best upside down cake I've ever had!!! I did make some tweaks based on personal preference. Used apple sauce instead of the oil in the cake mix, added the coconut to the bottom layer with the crushed pineapple, used about 1/2 of a stick of melted butter and almost 3/4 cup (eyeballed) brown sugar for the bottom layer (wanted an ooey gooey middle "filling", and extra pineapple. Added halved cherries to the bottom layer as well, just spread out with the brown sugar, pineapple, coconut and butter..... The top layer I used just a little extra butter and brown sugar. Also added a couple drops of coconut extract to the batter. SOOOO good! Took it to a potluck lunch, and had to keep watch over it, as guests kept picking up the platter before dessert time, and trying to go hide it in their vehicles......... There wasn't a single crumb left over!!!

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Reviewed On: Jun. 10, 2012
Cheeseburger Soup I
Right now I've got this soup simmering on the stovetop waiting patiently for dinner, but after the couple spoonfull "tests" I've done already, I'm about 20 seconds from eating it straight from the pot!!! I followed the recipe, omitting the veggies as I didn't have any on hand. I am lazy tonight, so I used canned diced potatoes to speed up the process, and you'd never know the difference. For the cheese I used 1/2 and 1/2. Half a bag of Velvita Shreds, and 1/2 a bag of a 3 cheese crumble with Montey Jack, Cheddar and Colby. I did add a few red pepper flakes, and I seasoned the beef with onion soup mix (I do this to EVERYTHING!!!). I also fried up some bacon to crumble on top of each bowl, and threw just a small bit of the grease into the pot for the real "bacon Cheeseburger" flavor. Everyone has to try this soup, it's amazing!!!

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Reviewed On: Sep. 29, 2010
Pasties II
I was born and raised in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, and these were a family staple! When I was 13, my parents moved us down here to Illinois, where the term "Pastie" illicits very strange looks from others. lol Since we moved, my family still can not live without these. Granted, you can buy them frozen and boxed now at Gordons Food Center, but they are SOOO much better homemade. Twice a year all the women in our family here get together to make pasties for our families. It is usually an all day event! Because these freeze so incredibly well, we make enough to stock all of our deep freezers for the next several months. Wrapped and stored individually, these meat pies are a great quick meal, whether reheated in the oven (preferred) or the microwave. Great served with extra melted butter on top and ketchup, though others in my family prefer a brown gravy instead.

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Reviewed On: Feb. 23, 2010

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