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Recipe Reviews 3 reviews
Fresh Tomato Marinara Sauce
Wow, cannot believe I'm the first to review this wonderful sauce! What a great way to use the bounty of fresh tomatoes at this time of year. Followed the recipe exactly until the amount of time for the last simmering. After step #2, I put the sauce on low and went to the nail salon. When I returned more than an hour later, I found the house smelling like Italian food heaven! This sauce is on the garlic spicy side, but Paul Newman would love it! It tastes like his Sockarooni sauce but oh so much better. I'm going to make it again soon with more of my tomato bounty, but this time it will be with a tad less garlic and spice and instead some mushrooms and fresh basil. This recipe is fantastic. Thanks!

4 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Sep. 7, 2014
Rhinelander Lentil Soup
By far the best Lentil soup recipe. The flour and potato add a lovely texture of creaminess not found in Lentil soup; the nutmeg and white pepper are subtle and interesting flavor notes. A wholesome and healthy soup that will be enjoyed by all! More lentils may be added, yet the original recipe will not be compromised.

2 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Feb. 13, 2012
Turkey Enchiladas
Very delicious, and good use of leftover turkey. I mixed the turkey, with the onion and 3/4 of the cheese, then spooned onto the "sauced" tortillas. Placed enchiladas on a cookie sheet to make only a single layer of enchiladas. Lastly, I topped the enchiladas with the olives and remaining cheese and baked as directed. Served with rice, beans and shredded lettuce (dressed with oil and vinegar) makes a fine Mexican meal.

3 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Nov. 29, 2010

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