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Hot Spiced Cider with Orange

Reviewed: Nov. 3, 2013
As the previous reviewer stated...bad idea in the coffee maker, so I tried my tea maker instead, not all ingredients would fit. I had to stick the brown sugar and cinnamon stick in the tea jug and let it brew out on to it. However, it would only hold 1 quart of cider at a time, hence doing this twice to fill the jug up. Best if you do it in a pan on the stove and tying the ingredients in a cheesecloth pouch. Having said that, the recipe was...at best okay. There was only hints of flavor over the apple cider. Not sure I'll make again.
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Monster Munch Halloween Popcorn Mix

Reviewed: Nov. 3, 2013
what a fun way to use up leftover candy from Halloween. Easy instructions to follow. However, after I mixed every thing, poured onto a my waxed paper lined pans, you couldn't see the candy or nuts. I added an additional cup of candy corn and peanuts to help reflect I had added them to begin with. We will make again following the holidays. Thank you.
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No Cook Banana Pudding Base

Reviewed: Nov. 3, 2013
This recipe was quite good. There is two ways you can really do this recipe...one with the whip topping in it or without it in the mix. Either way, it's a nice change from the norm. It was totally thick and fluffy. You really don't need to add extra whip topping when making the traditional layered banana pudding. I only added a little to the very top when I assembled. Other then that...it was something my kids will enjoy again. TY
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Baked Apple Turnovers

Reviewed: Nov. 2, 2013
This was really good. I found using my little trio dumpling set worked great in making cute little turnover pies. They were tasty and easy to make. Will make these again. And what's really nice is that I can easily change out the flour and pie crust for a gluten free alternative for an inlaw that's going to be visiting! Yeah me.
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Sushi Roll

Reviewed: Nov. 2, 2013
This was my 1st ever sushi roll making recipe. However in saying that, I found a few things that made it difficult. I followed the rice making to a T and will say after nearly 25 minutes on the stove, it looked like porridge. I'll stick to making rice in my rice cooker. The result in which adding the sugar, salt and rice vinegar made it extremely wet, not dry-ish sticky. It also made the nori tear-able. That also resulted in 3 massacred rolls before I realized...strain off the liquid. I even went and sought out sushi videos, just to be clear at what I was doing wrong and it was the rice. Next time, increase the adjustments to 1:1 cup ratio. And follow through with the said amounts of rice vinegar, sugar and salt. I couldn't find pickled ginger anywhere, so I left it out. And another note to help with rolling, I found if I laid down a sheet of plastic wrap over my mat, it helped keep the mat clean and kept my ingredients together when I was assembling and rolling them up. Made for clean, tight and uniformed sushi rolls. Will make again even though the rice components gave me a problem in the beginning. My daughter was happy with the end result and asked me to help her learn. So she could make her own.
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Pearl Baked Cream Onions

Reviewed: Nov. 1, 2013
I and my daughters are onions lovers. I can tell you we didn't like this at all. The overall flavor was bland from the cream to the crust topping. If you like onions with milk, then this is for you. I'm sorry, I won't be making this again.
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Russian Tea Mix

Reviewed: Nov. 1, 2013
this recipe was easy to follow, at best okay for me. My kids loved it. I didn't find it sweet at all. However it was flavorful, add more for a more intense drink experience then author recommends. I remember my dad making something like this but having red hot candy in it. Other wise, I'll make this again.
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Christmas Coffee

Reviewed: Nov. 1, 2013
this is one of those hot drinks.....you totally don't want to screw up. I made this with the intention of using the SPLENDA(R) Brown Sugar Blend with the conversions of chart on the back of the package. 1st note, don't follow that conversion for this recipe. Use the full amount directed on this recipe when subbing with the SPLENDA(R) substitute, you will thank me for it. 2nd note, when making your cup of hot Christmas Coffee, please also note, that the hot water amount should also be 6 ounces. As looked up at the note, my eyes skimmed over it and thought it was a solid 1 cup measurement. That's not the case. It's 6 ounces of hot water and I used 4 tsp of mix. Now that I've got those notes aside. This was really comforting. I loved the overall taste right down to the last sip. I will be enjoying this completely during the holidays and after for sure. If you bypass my note advice you will find that your coffee will be weak and not slightly sweet. If you follow my advice, you will enjoy this recipe as I did....thanks again!
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Halloween Black Bat Wings

Reviewed: Nov. 1, 2013
While these were okay. I thought the whole theme of the idea grand. I had to add several upon several drops to get the really dark black look because in the marinating...they didn't look all the black to me, dark with a greenish look to them. The sauce was very zippy. I think if my kids want these again, I'd knock down the teriyaki and soy sauce just a bit. Other then that, my kids thought there were just fine.
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Chiliville Chili

Reviewed: Oct. 26, 2013
my family loved this recipe. It was totally something I'd never thought about doing....was adding Italian sausage. And it soo works. Great for a Saturday night and not wanting to slave over the stove for very long. Will make again...TY so much
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Homesteader Cornbread

Reviewed: Oct. 26, 2013
This was a really good cornbread. I love making it from scratch. I left this mixing in my mixer like 10plus minutes buy mistake only because someone came to my door....maybe that's why it fluffed up more then I thought it should, however, it was perfect for what I was making it with.....chili! Will totally make again.
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Johnsonville Italian Meatballs

Reviewed: Oct. 21, 2013
Wonderful and tasty! Easy recipe for sure. My kids were eating them plain before adding sauce to them. SO either you add these tasty morsels to spaghetti or you eat them as are, they are great! TY LOVED THEM!
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Italian Sausage Appetizer Bread

Reviewed: Oct. 21, 2013
I made this for a lunch style grab and go for my husband and son....fantastic! Very flavorful and easy to make. I'll totally make again and put spins on veggies. Family says it's a keeper ;-) TY so much.
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Frozen Mocha

Reviewed: Oct. 21, 2013
Fantastic recipe! With a dietary need, I was able to use a Splenda based recipe cocoa mix from allrecipes, Sugar-free Vanilla Ice Cream, 1% milk, decaf coffee granules & fat free whip...I know it sounds like I took the fun out of the drink, but the fun was being able to enjoy it like my kids can. It was hmmm mmm mmmmm good! I didn't taste much coffee for myself. I can personally add a tad more for my liking, however, I didn't have any complaints from others in that department. It will totally be on the keeper list for sure! We found it amazing to the hit me right there stop for a chocolaty fix! TY TY
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Kelly's Ham Jell-O® Salad

Reviewed: Oct. 9, 2013
This is one of those recipes, you make, and then you ponder for a bit.... and say, "am I really going to try this?" well, I did. I realized, I went back bite after bite and was pleasantly surprised, I liked it. The recipe was fairly easy to follow. It took about an hour to set before I could add the mayo/mustard mixture. Then I was afraid that the vinegar wouldn't allow it to set up, mixed the rest of the ingredients together and waited until the next day to check on it. It gelled quite nicely. To me the overall taste was like a coleslaw with chunks of ham and pineapple. I could see me putting a finer chop on both the celery and ham though. Into smaller pieces. Other then that, I wouldn't change anything with the recipe. I think the mayo/mustard/vinegar mixture really sets this apart and makes the dish. It really was more savory then sweet and I WILL make again. TY
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Kool-Aid® Pie

Reviewed: Sep. 27, 2013
This is very similar to my mom's Kool-Aid pie, which her's entails different proportions, same ingredients. However, do try something less different when you use the unsweetened packages. What a great refresher when I used the Peach Mango flavored Kool-Aid (use the entire packet). Easy and excellent recipe...best recommendation, FREEZE it for a few hours to get a better handle of even slicing and serving, it will thaw slightly on the plate and still get that great creaminess. Besides, we like it best frozen!!!
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Amazing Banana Sorbet

Reviewed: Sep. 27, 2013
Sometimes, I really should look at the reviews 1st. But alas, I normally don't the 1st time out. The recipe seemed pretty easy with the 1:1:1 ratio and I totally needed to use up 4 cups of bananas. Following the recipe to a T with the correct ratio being multiplied to a 4:4:4 ratio, I was disappointed. It was way way to sugary. It was like frozen syrup even after waiting over 12 hours to scoop and serve. The sugar needs to be cut down to half to get the suttle flavor of the pure banana. As is, the recipe was so sweet it tasted like banana flavored Laffy Taffy....I'll try again with tweaks but won't be adding that much sugar again. Sorry for the poor review.
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Southern Fried Apples

Reviewed: Sep. 26, 2013
I had 3 super large granny smith apples. Simply easy to follow, just make sure not to over do with the cinnamon. As is, was delish and 3 of my children that could eat apples, really liked them.
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Boiled Potatoes with Chives

Reviewed: Sep. 26, 2013
Soo simple and delish...whether you boil or steam, the end result is still delish. This recipe is on point and it's an easy recipe for even a beginning cook to try.
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Black Bean Vegetable Soup

Reviewed: Sep. 24, 2013
a good and flavorful, easy and basic recipe with not a lot of work. I made this twice liked it fine both times. For simple soup, I enjoyed as is...the 2nd time I wanted it basically chunky by adding Gluten Free noodles and a few pieces of chunked turkey that I had left over from another meal. When you have already have these items as a staple in your pantry and frig the cost is a faction. Great end of the month stretch your dollar budget feeding your family on a rainy day...any day!
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