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Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge

Reviewed: May 22, 2007
Really Good, to be the first time that i make it of course we love peanut butter so instead of the original amount of peanut butter i used 1/2 Cup crunchy PB and 1/4 creamy PB and instead of evaporated milk i improvised and used normal 2% 1&1/2 C and also i added 1 Teaspoon of vanilla it came out sooooo creamy of course i added and extra 1 TSP of butter and cutted it as soon as it was semi cold kinda semi warm so it wont brake, i submited a pictured and guess what? it Melts in your mouth, not grainy or crystalized and even tho i dont have a candy thermometer i did it and just let it boiled till it became a very slow boil and all the way to the top, so for those who dont have a CT just let it boil till it raises like if its going to overboile and the trick is when it is boiling really slow like not boiling at all. I love it, and plan to make it again just as i did. again not bad for a first time make!!!! Jen
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Peanut Butter and Banana French Toast

Reviewed: Oct. 23, 2008
My Family has a Tradition, since Mom was a litle girl, her Mom would make her Peanut Butter French Toeast, today i was browsing different French Toast recipes and when this one came along it reminded me of when i wa slittle and my mom would do PB Banana Toasts, so i decided to give it a try, my picky eater 2 year old boy who btw didn't eat all day ate a whole toast!!! i didnt think his tummy would be that big, he enjoyed it!. The only changes i made was that i added 2% milk to the egg and a little of ground nutmeg to give it more flavor along with the Cinnamon, omitted the vanilla and instead of just creamy PB on each slice, Crunchy on one and Creamy on the other, it turned out great!!! will most definitely make again, my husband is craving for more!!!! Thanks Bon for a keeper recipe!
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Grilled Sausage with Potatoes and Green Beans

Reviewed: Jul. 31, 2008
this is a keeper, my son is a picky eater and he ate a full plate, i ommited the oil for EVOO and added dried garlic, dried basil, cilantro,2 bay leaves dried onions and a bit of pepper and it was great!!!!!!!!!!
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Pork Chops and Scalloped Potatoes

Reviewed: Jul. 27, 2008
My Husband Loves this Dish and to my surprise he asked for me to do it again just the other day, i Did a few Changes altho i followed most of the recipe at its most. I added dried Rosemary, Freeze dried Garlic, freeze dried red onions, a bit of garlic powder, abit more paprika. Instead of leaving the pork chops whole since i had boneless center cut i made scallop size cuts on each of them and did the usual browning but adding some of this ingredients above, after that i threw the chops on the slow cooker on low for 30 minutes while on the skillet i browned the scalloped taters on the grease left over by the chops, when the 30 minutes of the chops in the slow cooker where over i add the taters and set them on top of the scalloped chops in the slow cooker, made the gravy or sauce at last with the remaining caramel of the bottom of the skillet left over by the chops and taters and after been in the skillet for about 15 minutes when it came to a boil i smeared it all over the taters and chops in the slow cooker, letting it sit on low for 4 hrs. this came out so good, i accompanied this dish with minute rice and steamed broccoli. Great make a keeper in my family for generations to come!!!
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