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Dill Pickle Meatloaf

Reviewed: Feb. 27, 2011
This really is a really good meatloaf. I have made it twice and double the batch the 1st time I made it and well....I made 4x the amount the 2nd time. Because I had a different purpose the 2nd time around. But rating this on the 1st go around. And it really was good. My hubby didn't like the overly amount of onions. He never does. But told me if I cut the onions down to 1/2 and added dill pickles to it, it would be the best "hamburger flavored" style meatloaf ever. I was only concerned about it being very moist, don't want to say liquidy but it was bordering that. But when it cooked up, that cooked out and it was delish. The topping was excellent. And I was really surprised my hubby liked it. My kids really enjoyed it. Now the 2nd go around, I did just what hubby asked. And I decided to make them into what I call "funkified burgers" I made 4 batches for that reason so that the family could have left overs. But I found on both attempts soaking the bread into the onion and pickle juice before combining all the ingredients together. And because the 1st time I made it didn't have regular sliced bread. I chunked in a whole wheat hot dog bun..I know it's redneck ghetto, but it worked for me. I also used low sugar ketchup and Ideal brand Brown Sugar replacer...and it worked rather nicely...Thanks so much CaraMeg for a fabulous recipe.
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Country Apple Dumplings

Reviewed: Jun. 13, 2011
This was a wow dessert served over Vanilla Bean Ice Cream. My kids loved it. I even surprised my hubby and my son with this as well. Neither are a cooked apple type of fellas, and both Were in heaven. Which was totally awesome to say. I have had others tell me of spin off's of this recipe on facebook when I told them I was making it. And thanks to xraybarb(= for recommending this recipe to me. It is a totally keeper. I didn't change anything. But I soo could when it comes to reduced fat products and sugar free replacements. But I totally would add a little more cinnamon because we love love cinnamon. But as is...it's really really good!!
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Suzy's Mashed Red Potatoes

Reviewed: Jun. 14, 2011
Delish, one slight change. I just didn't add a whole stick of butter. My kids like to add a bit on their own. So, I'd rather them put a pat on themselves then to over butter their potatoes. But all in all, simple, easy and tasty. Thanks. I'll make again this way.
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Greek Seasoning

Reviewed: Jun. 15, 2011
I used this recipe as a step into what I was trying to accomplish with a cheese recipe. I will say thank you CindyLepp from the forum for recommending me this recipe. I made it to a T but minus'ed the mint. The herbs for what I was doing were bold and flavorful. Thank you. Next time I'll make this with the mint and use it to make something with Lamb.
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Garlic Aioli

Reviewed: Jun. 15, 2011
Perfect. This was soo like the aioli I had a month ago with a friend from here. When visiting her for a late lunch. Totally delish and I used it to help with a recreation dish from that resturant. Will totally make again. It's just that good!!
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INCREDIBLE~Raspberry Cheesecake Cookies

Reviewed: Jun. 17, 2011
I couldn't have ask for a more successful cookie, ever. Quick and easy, and down right sinful! What a treat for me to find Raspberry flavored baking chips with this recipe. The batch doesn't last long at all. A pure treat with a nice cold glass of milk.
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Jan's Brown Edge Wafers

Reviewed: Jun. 4, 2011
Very decent crisp cookie. Mine didn't spread so much as I thought. Possibly because I kept the mix in the frigerator overnight. My son said they reminded him of Pettridge Farms Cookies. You can totally change the extract to any given flavor to match up with your taste buds for the day. Mine was coconut. While the cookie mix was easy to make, simple in preparation, the cookie was light and not heavy at all. ;-) Thank you WFDM!
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Easy Smeezy Cheese Ball

Reviewed: Jun. 18, 2011
I made this, here are my thoughts for the review: It was a very decent flavored recipe. I made with Mexican shredded cheese for it was what I had on hand and Bac-O's bacon bits, because I wasn't sure the actual specification(which I liked in this)with regular mayo as well. Tasting this alone with crackers can be a bit salty. But having said that, using crackers actually takes that saltiness away and compliments the cheese ball. One thing I noticed in the mixing(preferring to the making into a ball) was it being extremely greasy from the mayo and slightly hard to shape. I shaped it after I wrapped in plastic. I would recommend a decrease of mayo by either a 1/8th to 1/4th cup of mayo. But either way it did taste rather good.
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Insalata Caprese II

Reviewed: Jun. 21, 2011
I've always seen people make these. Didn't think about doing this myself until I got into having fresh basil all the time. This was a nice little treat for myself and my girls...my guys...aren't into fresh basil and tomatoes...so they passed. But I did serve multi grain crackers with this and my girls totally ate the plate gone. Nice little light lunch on the run or a light snack before a big meal. TY!
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Amazing Muffaletta Olive Salad

Reviewed: Jun. 22, 2011
I just made this wonderful olive salad...now here's something...I put it all in my Ninja chopper.....and well it looks like a chunky spread. But that's okay by me. I followed the ingredients to a T and only added just a 1/2 tbsp more brine. And used Light Italian Dressing in place of regular...and wow!! yum. I put on some multi grain crackers and topped with a slice of cherry tomatoe...WOW I couldn't wait the 12 hours to try. So if it's wonderful now...12 hours from now it's going to be the bomb! TY AZ!!! this is so light and yummy and pack full of olive & artichoke flavor...it's hmmmm hmmm delish!
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Strawberry Trifle

Reviewed: Jun. 22, 2011
this was so easy and quick. I made my own whip topping and fresh strawberries and bananas but used French vanilla pudding. I only did the one layer in single servings because I was going to have a bunch of children over and I thought it would be fancier and special to have little custard style bowls and glasses filled with this recipe. And it totally worked to my advantage and The recipe made a quick and nice addition to the meal I threw together. This can work practically with any type of pudding and mixture of fruit. Thanks the kids loved.
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Jim's Cheddar Onion Soda Bread

Reviewed: Jun. 22, 2011
Delish!! All the way around. The ease of this recipe was great! The flavor popped on the crust with the flavoring on onions. My husband doesn't like raw crunchy onions but went back several times to get some of this bread. I followed the recipe to a T but used green onions to play off of others before me that used them for contrast and to pop, it soo did and I had such a beautiful loaf of bread, Speaking with the submitter. She helped me decide to take the 2nd part of the batch and make biscuit style rolls or drop style biscuits for something I was wanting. The 1st half I followed to putting it on parchment and patting it down but scoring it with a long knife into 6 pieces and letting it bake and the other half made about 13 biscuits. They went fast. I pulled the biscuits out at about 20-24 minutes and they quickly got buttered and eaten. The bigger loaf I left in and brushed butter on top to get that nice beautiful golden color...and it was devine and delish. The flavors between the cheese and the onion totally paired very well in this. I wouldn't change a thing about the over all bread. But I sure can see making this wonderful bread with other ingredients. This is an excellent bread on a side of soup/stew as well as some Colcannon. Thanks so much Keri, it's a surefire keeper.
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Blueberry Breakfast Sauce

Reviewed: Jun. 23, 2011
The recipe was really good, I used splenda in place of sugar. The kids that did ask for it liked it...however...I tasted the pancake mix I used with it...I didn't like the pancake..but the kids did. I used frozen blueberries. And it was quick and nice. Would make again.
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Poor Man's Beer Batter Fish

Reviewed: Jun. 25, 2011
For poor man...this is great. The cost of the fish is not so great. But where I'm at I didn't have acccess to fresh, but it was frozen. Plus my grocer did not have trout. SO I purchased an arrange for fish selections to try & see what worked & tasted best with what was offered.. I purchased Cod, Tilapia, Perch & Flounder filets. Each had done rather well but there were some drawbacks.. While they were all good with the batter. The longer the batter sits as your dipping and frying the less the batter tends to be nice and thick. The Cod was the 1st to dunk into the batter & it puffed and golden really well & was a favorite. Totally delish, but the batter in the beginning has a slight sweetness to. But with the rest of the fish, that disappeared. Note: did use buttermilk brand. The perch had the skin on & that made my fish curl in the frying process & batter wasn't thick but rather thin. The Tilapia, I cut down the center & fried. It was also a favorite, the batter on the Tilapia was really nice & stayed well coated. The Flounder was delish as well & did the same thing as the Perch. It thinned. But as I realize in the process. The reason is because Perch & Flounder are moister & holds more liquids there for the water was sweating out threw the batter making it thinner. But it still worked. Using the cod & tilapia was quite nice. This is a quick and easy recipe. Will make again. I used wheat beer, will try a malt one next time.
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Crispy Corn

Reviewed: Jun. 25, 2011
This was wonderful...I wasn't sure how the bread would play in this dish. But I went forth and followed it to a T. I did use day old french bread I had on hand, sliced and cubed it up. Everything else I followed. It baked and smelled quite nice. My husband loves corn but doesn't like cream style corn. Was even surprised after he promised to try it. He enjoyed this very much. The rice cereal was a total plus in my book. I might use the idea of butter rice cereal on a few recipes in place of corn flakes. Will make again. Thank you.
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Triple Bypasses

Reviewed: Jun. 19, 2011
These things went FAST. I have to say, I think a women made this recipe to keep her man!! My hubby and family totally loved these things. I left out the red pepper flakes, due to one person's allergies. But they were very very tasty. I did used John Morrell's Smoked Sausage style hot dogs. I could see making these again and again. My son has requested I do so. ;-) Thanks
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