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Spinach Tomato Tortellini

Reviewed: Jan. 14, 2015
This was awesome. I only did a minor change of adding chopped onion and garlic. The only danger with this recipe is of eating too much of it, e.g., Yesterday I had it for dinner, a snack, and then breakfast this morning. : )
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Crustless Spinach Quiche

Reviewed: Jan. 14, 2015
Excellent quiche recipe. All I changed was adding some garlic and cooking it in muffin tins (for ~20 minutes instead of 30). In the future I'll try making some with ham as well.
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Bean Soup With Kale

Reviewed: Jan. 13, 2015
Wanting to extend my palate, I bought kale for the first time and made this soup. It was awesome and is a new favourite. Unfortunately, I did run into some kinks and had to make the following modifications based on what I had on hand: just 1 can of beans, medium chunky salsa plus some ketchup instead of tomatoes. In the future, I'll use more bean as well as fresh tomatoes (and no ketchup). I expect to still add salsa though as I liked how spicy it was with that addition.
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Egg and Spinach Casserole

Reviewed: Jun. 12, 2013
I will definitely make this again. It's a great template as you can add whatever you have on hand. As per other reviewers, next time I will omit the butter to save on calories (even though it turned out fine with it). I did a half batch and cooked it in a muffin pan making 6 single serving size 'muffins'. I used sautéed green pepper, green onion, and onion for 4 of the 'muffins' and then added spinach to the remaining 2.
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Soft Oatmeal Cookies

Reviewed: Jul. 20, 2012
Easy to make and great taste and softness. I found them a bit bland as I'm used to a recipe that uses cloves but that's an easy thing to add if it suits your taste. This is a great base recipe especially if you're dividing it into halves or thirds to put chocolate chips in one, raisins and cloves in another batch, etc. I also like how this recipe doesn't use lard/shortening as I don't usually keep that on hand.
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Cut-Out Cookies in a Flower Pot

Reviewed: Feb. 3, 2012
It was my first time making cut-out cookies and it was much easier than I expected even with using an old salsa jar as my "rolling pin". Most importantly, they passed the 3.5 year old icing (and eating) test. It's the first time my daughter got to eat one of her crafts and she's thrilled. I generally like sweeter cookies so if I ever make them with the intent NOT to ice them, then I'll add more sugar. Next time I'll try using less flour to see if it's easier to roll out.
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Chocolate Chocolate Chip Cookies I

Reviewed: Jan. 31, 2012
So wonderfully moist they remind me of two-bite brownies. Substituted oil for butter and they still turned out wonderfully. I will need to try adding some coconut sometime.
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Baked Chicken

Reviewed: Jul. 13, 2011
This was a huge hit tonight. After dinner my husband made toast to mop up the sauce on his plate. Even my 3 year old -- known for being picky ate every bite! And the leftover sauce is great on rice too. As a note I used two chicken breasts and didn't bother cooking the sauce (to thicken it) as per the earlier steps. I just beat the flour and water, added all the other ingredients, diced the chicken breasts and poured everything together in the cooking dish.
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Spiced Yogurt Pound Cake

Reviewed: Feb. 2, 2010
My yogurt was about to expire so I thought I'd give this cake a try. I made a few changes: I didn't have butter but I had some left over applesauce... so instead of 1c butter I used 1/2c apple sauce and 1/2c oil. I accidentally doubled the baking soda. And I did not have allspice. I left the other spice amounts the same. I didn't have the right size pan so I baked it in two round cake pans (same temperature/same time). It turned out wonderfully! I've marked this as a favourite and I'll definitely be baking it again.
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Classic Waffles

Reviewed: Apr. 9, 2009
Excellent recipe. We used just half the salt and added 0.5 tsp cinnamon. Yum! :-)
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Baked Spaghetti Squash with Beef and Veggies

Reviewed: Mar. 26, 2009
I thought it was excellent although for more taste next time I might use my favourite spaghetti sauce and some salsa instead of the tomatoes.
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Cinnamon Chicken

Reviewed: Oct. 28, 2008
My husband and I enjoyed this. We prepared it by mixing the spices in a bowl with melted margarine. We then coated this mixture onto the chicken and cooked it in a covered dish. We used only 1 tsp of salt which was enough for us. We didn't have Itallian seasoning and used a mixture of chicken seasoning, basil, and oregano(only 1 tbsp total though) and it turned out well. (We also added 10 minutes to the cooking time as these chicken breasts were huge. And we took the lid off for the last 15 minutes or so.) Dare I say it? We would have liked more cinnamon and will use a bit more next time.
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Smoked Salmon Frittata

Reviewed: Oct. 27, 2008
I really enjoyed this. My husband didn't try it as he couldn't stand the smell of the salmon. He's not a fish eater for the most part. I loved the blobs of melted cream cheese. This made the dish very decadent and I expect, providing people like salmon and cream cheese, it will be a crowd pleaser. I didn't use olives and used 3 tbsp of oil instead of 4. The frittata stuck to my seasoned cast iron frying pan but didn't burn. Next time I think I'll use 2 tbsp oil, cook the onion/salmon, then place the mixture in with the eggs. Then I'll add 1 tsp of oil to the pan and pour everything in, not mixing it. Hopefully this will provide the bottom of the pan with more lubrication.
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Spinach Frittata

Reviewed: Oct. 26, 2008
This tasted wonderful. My husband, who isn't into spinach, enjoyed this as well. I used cheddar instead of mozzarella, cream instead of milk, 1/4 cup onion instead of 1/2 cup. It was my first time making a Frittata and the top didn't cook enough so I turned it into scrambled eggs. Next time I'll cook on medium low heat for 15 minutes like someone advised or I'll finish by putting it in the oven on broil to set the top.
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