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Flourless Peanut Butter Cookies

Reviewed: Mar. 26, 2007
My celiac husband LOVES these. I usually double the batch, but use half regular sugar and half brown sugar. I smush them down a little with a fork dipped in sugar. You have to be VERY careful not to overcook them.
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Bacon Wrapped Smokies

Reviewed: Nov. 6, 2005
These are excellent. I agree with using the little smokies and cutting the bacon in thirds. Be sure to put plenty of brown sugar on them. If you don't line the pan with foil, you will regret it!
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Garlic Potatoes Gratin

Reviewed: Oct. 7, 2005
These are essentially the same as a recipe my husband got at a short stint at chef school. We use Parmesan, though the original calls for Gruyere. We also do not saute the garlic in butter--just crush it or mince it and layer it with the cheese--using way more garlic and a little more cheese. Seems like no matter how much garlic we use, it never becomes too much--the baking it makes it very mild. I have had these separate when I've refriged and reheated them. Doesn't happen too often because they're usually GONE.
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Cabbage on the Grill

Reviewed: Sep. 5, 2005
I LOVE this stuff. I used just a little butter, too. It doesn't take much. The husband doesn't like cabbage and only ate a little--YEAH, more for me.
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Fruit Dip II

Reviewed: Jul. 6, 2005
This stuff is delicious. I used it to make fruit pizza. Make a graham cracker crust with cracker crumbs, butter and sugar. Spread on a big serving platter. Refrigerate awhile to make it firm so you can spread the dip on. Then arrange fruit on top in a decorative way. I used halved strawberries, chunks of canteloupe, grapes, raspberries, blueberries, pineapple chunks, kiwi slices--really you can use any fruit you like. Use red and blue for the 4th of July. Really yummy.
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Famous Butter Chicken

Reviewed: Mar. 18, 2005
My husband picked this out and made it. YUM. He used Club crackers and he added some rosemary and basil to the crumbs. We inhaled this chicken it was so good.
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Wilderness Place Lodge Cookies

Reviewed: Jan. 30, 2005
Yum. I also used half butter-flavored Crisco and half butter. Toasted the walnuts until they started to smell soooo good. Used old fashioned oats because I like them better. Otherwise used the recipe exactly as is, and the cookies are DELICIOUS. I'm not a huge fan of plain chocolate chip cookies, so these will now be my standard cookies!
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Dill Pickles

Reviewed: Jan. 5, 2005
I like the taste of these pickles but have had ongoing problems with getting them to seal and then stay sealed. The first batch, I loaded all the jars and then poured in boiling vinegar mixture. No jars sealed so I put them in a water bath 10 min. and they all sealed and stayed sealed for the whole year. They were very good and still crunchy. Tried another batch, seeing if I could get the vinegar mixture hotter, etc. and still the same results. This year, after reading other reviews, I kept the jars hot in the dishwasher, filled them with cukes one at a time and filled one at a time with vinegar left boiling on the stove, putting each cover on right away. They all sealed. I was relieved. Then, a few days later, I heard one of them pop. I looked and all the jars were cloudy with bacteria and had unsealed. I had been extremely careful washing, sterilizing, etc. I would definitely recommend just biting the bullet and sealing them with a water bath. After what happened to my latest batch without doing that, I question whether it's safe to do them without it. I think they still stay crunch enough doing this.
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Pork Butt Roast with Vegetables

Reviewed: Nov. 8, 2004
Very good. Extremely tender. Very tasty. Left out the mushrooms because my husband hates them. Also seasoned the roast with Montreal Steak seasoning before searing it. I only used a 3lb. roast so cooked it about an hour less than recommended and used half the other ingredients and it turned out perfect.
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Mahogany Chicken Wings

Reviewed: Oct. 9, 2004
My husband made these. They were delicious. Very tender.
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My Chili

Reviewed: Oct. 9, 2004
Love this chili. I use more garlic. I also use one can of pinto beans and one can of black beans because we don't like kidney beans that well. I usually add more chili powder to taste, also. It's even better the next day!
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Japanese Chicken Wings

Reviewed: Aug. 22, 2004
My husband found and made this recipe. We invited our neighbors and we all loved them! The foil in the pan is a MUST--he didn't use it and it was a mess.
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Caramel Popcorn

Reviewed: Aug. 2, 2004
My mom has made this recipe for years with one change. Her recipe calls for 1 tsp. butter flavoring added with the baking soda instead of vanilla. It sounds weird but makes it very buttery-tasting!
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Creamy Pesto Shrimp

Reviewed: Jun. 27, 2004
YUM! My favorite restaurant makes this and it's one of my favorite dishes there. This is just as good, plus I can add my favorite veggies. The husband loved it, too. Mine was a little thin but I let it sit on the past a few minutes, like someone recommended below, and it thickened right up. Plus, I love pesto and used double the amount. I used a whole tub of DiGiorno pesto which was perfect! Very filling--will feed quite a few people.
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Amy's Garlic Egg Chicken

Reviewed: Jun. 6, 2004
Yum. Just the right amount of garlic, and I even used roasted garlic bread crumbs. Definitely would make less crumb mixture--I made half and that was too much. I pounded the chicken breast just a little to even out the thickness and 20 minutes cooking time on each side was perfect. This recipe's nice because I usually have all the ingredients on hand.
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Pan-Fried Asparagus

Reviewed: Apr. 26, 2004
Loved this. Used more than 15 spears of asparagus but kept everything else the same, which turned out great. My husband, who supposedly doesn't like asparagus, scarfed this down! Plus, this was VERY easy and quick.
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Chicken Marsala

Reviewed: Sep. 3, 2002
Another great recipe. Better than at our favorite Italian restaurant.
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Chicken Parmigiana

Reviewed: Sep. 3, 2002
One of our favorite recipes--very good and very easy! Better than what we've gotten in any Italian restaurant.
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