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Chocolate-Filled Cream Puffs

Reviewed: Mar. 1, 2009
I've made the whole recipe before,excellent!, but this time I just used the filling for a practice b-day cake. [Next weekend the real one.] The filling has just a light cream taste to it. Very nice. Will diffently use. The filling is just the right amount for a 9x13 cake.
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Baked Bar-be-Que Chicken

Reviewed: Mar. 1, 2009
In the winter time I still get hungry for bbq chicken. I think this way is great, it dosen't get to tender where it'll fall off the bone, this way is just right.
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Parsley Red Potatoes

Reviewed: Mar. 1, 2009
I've been making these forever. I usually use large red potatoes, [unless company is coming] and quarter them. I boil them in chicken stock, or half chicken stock, half water with a couple of chicken boullion cubes. Peel a whole onion cut it in half and put it in the water while the potatoes are boiling. When everything is done you can scoop the onion out with a slotted spoon. Just another layer of flavor. These are a staple in my house, right with mashed,and baked potatoes.
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Crispy Fish

Reviewed: Feb. 28, 2009
Made just a little different. Used three pie plates for my work station.Put together about 2 c. Panko Bread Crumbs to 1 c.Corn Flake Crumbs, with about 1 tsp. of salt and 1 1/2 tsp.of Old Bay in one pie pan, then in another pie pan I added about 1 c. of flour with 1/2 tsp salt, and 1/2 tsp of Old Bay The last an egg mixed with water beaten. Put your piece of fish in egg mixture, then in flour, then back in egg, then in Panko,bread crumbs. Fry on high heat, fry till it's the color you like, [flipping over to each side]drain on paper towel lined cookie sheet. Put in 200* oven to keep warm till your all done frying.
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Restaurant-Style Coleslaw I

Reviewed: Feb. 28, 2009
I pretty much made this as written., but I added a little more salt, and a splash more of vinegar. Plus I put about 1/2 a tsp. of celery salt [didn't have seed] a a tsp. of horseradish. Good stuff.
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Baked Potato Soup

Reviewed: Feb. 27, 2009
We enjoyed this alot. I doubled the recipe. Cooked the potatoes in the chicken broth with the onions and garlic, also added 2 stalks of celery with about 1/4 of a cup of chopped parsley. I also added a little more garlic [just powder]. I added about 2 oz. of Velveeta, chopped and 2 chicken boullion cubes. Fried 6 slices of bacon, put about 5 slices in the soup, the rest for garnish.
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Rainbow Sherbet Cake

Reviewed: Feb. 26, 2009
I really liked this. I just used a store bought cake. I was trying to remember the recipe when I was at the store, but I only remembered 2 quarts of sherbet. Oh well,It was good this way. You can do alot of different things with it. Will ba making again. I used raspberry, and lemon.
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Easy Steak Sandwich

Reviewed: Feb. 26, 2009
We enjoyed this alot. I didn't put the hot peppers in, I served them on the side. Will be making again. Nice after work meal. Quick.
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Jambalaya

Reviewed: Feb. 24, 2009
This was soo good. I made it for 'fat Tuesday.' The whole family loved it. This is something I'm going to make more often of. Wounderful recipe. Thanks!
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Chili II

Reviewed: Feb. 23, 2009
This is basicly the way I make it. I use 1lg. onion chopped, about 3 stalks of celery chopped, 3 pds. ground beef. 2 cans- 1 each, dark red kidney beans,and light red kidney beans, rinsed and drained. Also one can of chili beans. Not drained. You can throw diced peppers in it to with your onion and celery. I do if I have them. Then whole tomatoes, diced tomatoes, tomatoe soup, tomatoe juice. Whatever you have tomatoey. If you like it hot put some hot pepper flakes in it. I serve those on the side, husband likes it hot, children do not.Also my husband likes elbow macaroni in his chili. It doesn't bother me so I do it. Make it in a Dutch oven. If it dosen't look like enough and some water with some more spices you like. You can also scale it down for a smaller version.
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Country Apple Dumplings

Reviewed: Feb. 23, 2009
I've seen these a couple of times with the others pictures. And there pictures looked so good. A picture tells a thousand words. These are great. I used a 1/2 c. of splenda, and 1 c. of brown suger.[not packed]. Did the rest the way as written. Was worried about the Mountain Dew, I don't know;they were great. A wounderful quick dessert or anytime. Thanks for the recipe.
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Cheddar Casserole Bread

Reviewed: Feb. 22, 2009
I saw a picture of this in the morning and thought it would go good with some chili. And it did. I used seasoned taco cheese and threw a small can of chiles in it. It's a very dense bread. I might use some chili powder in it next time.
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Beef Tenderloin With Roasted Shallots

Reviewed: Feb. 22, 2009
I had to make a few subs., with what I had on hand. [We were getting alot of snow, I didn't want to go out in it.] Anyway, I didn't have shallots so I used a small onion. I didn't have Port wine, I used Marsala wine. The sauce was sooo good. Mine was a little thick side, but the more I ate it the better it tasted. I used a hand blender to try to get a smooth sauce. I just might leave it just the way it is next time [with the proper ingredients] and might throw some fresh mushrooms in it. I could see making the sauce even if your broiling some steaks, with he drippings left in the pan. Make most of the sauce ahead of time, then add the juices from your steak to it. Thank you for a lovely dish.
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Baked Potato

Reviewed: Feb. 21, 2009
This is a great way for a potatoe. But... I've been slicing the potatoe [long end to end]. Poking some holes in the potatoe with a sharp knife, then add some salt, pepper, paprika, garlic, and a slab of butter, anything you want. Put the two pieces back together, wrap in foil. No need to poke more holes in it, the potatoe is cut in half. Then cook or grill for your length of time you want.
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Shrimp Scampi Bake

Reviewed: Feb. 21, 2009
I halved the recipe, because I had one pound of shrimp left. Well I think I left the full amount of garlic though.LOL. Very easy, very tasty, very simple, just a very good dish. Will be making again.
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Shrimp Fried Rice II

Reviewed: Feb. 20, 2009
With mine I use about 1 lb. shrimp, let that marinade in a 1 TBSP. soy sauce,1 tsp seasame oil,lg. clove of garlic minced. Just set that aside. Beat 3 eggs with a tsp. of hot sauce, set aside,then have 3 cups cold cooked rice have that set aside..With a TBSP. oil, stir fry your shrimp till done, set aside, add a little oil, stir fry your onion, set aside, add a little oil stir fry your egg till done, add your rice to your egg,stir fry a couple of min. Then add everything else. Serve hot. Plus a little salt and pepper to taste.
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Salisbury Steak

Reviewed: Feb. 18, 2009
I made this for dinner tonight. We really liked it. I pretty much made the meat mixture as written,[I didn't measure] but with the gravy. I put the rest of the can of French Onion Soup in the skillet, then I filled the soup can with beef broth, about half the ketchup that it was written for, and the Wor. sauce .Thickened it with flour and a little more beef broth. [smoothy] I thought it was really good. My husband thought it was a little rich. I might play with it alittle more. But I did like it this way. I didn't add any cream of mushroom soup, because I've always made it that way, and I wanted something different.
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Spaghetti Carbonara II

Reviewed: Feb. 17, 2009
My husband and I liked this,just something alittle different. My kids on the other hand...I think it has a more of a 'grown up' appeal to it. I'll make again someday.
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Angela's Easy Breaded Chicken

Reviewed: Feb. 17, 2009
We had this for dinner tonight. Very good and very easy. I used a Fat Free Italian Dressing, and put garlic powder, and oregeno in the bread crumbs. Cooked it at 400* 20 min. on each side. Was really juicy. I had dinner on the table within 1 hour from getting home from work. A nice stress free dinner.
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Rita's Sweet Holiday Baked Ham

Reviewed: Feb. 16, 2009
2-18-09. I wanted to make a ham before my daughter left for Japan w/ the Navy. I'm so glad I made this recipe. If you like a ham on the sweet side this is a great recipe to try. Everyone loved it. I've never used a bag before; easy clean up, and it helped get all the flavor through out the ham. I'm using this recipe for Easter also.Update. I did make this for Easter. It's wounderful!!
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