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Egg in a Boat

Reviewed: Sep. 22, 2010
In my family we call this a camels eye. Very little variation. you cut out a hole like it said and butter bread. drop the bread in the pan and put the egg in the hole then you flip it so you end up with a over easy egg or even over medium. my 4 yr old and 6 yr old have love them since they were able to eat solid food. another thing you can do is take two pieces of bread cut a hole in one and butter both. drop both pieces of bread in the pan and the egg in the one with the whole flip when toasted and then melt cheese on one and put it together to make a cheesy camels eye sandwich. Just yummy easy and kids love it because it's wierd with a wierd name "The Camels Eye". Thanks for this recipe! Many people will enjoy
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Raspberry Venison Skillet

Reviewed: Mar. 12, 2009
Definately not a favorite! The flavor was not at all what i had expected, but I never tried anything like this! My husband was thinking he needed to send me to culinary school after that. Just not our thing i guess.
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Skillet Sweet and Tangy Chicken

Reviewed: Mar. 12, 2009
Too much vinegar! My husband hated the flavor. I thought it was ok. And my 3yr old daughter who loves chicken no matter what you do to it loved it! she ate most of it! She thought it was chicken with runny funny ketchup! And she loves ketchup! so one star is straight from my daughter! Maybe my husband and I just have too high of flavor palats!
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World's Best Lasagna

Reviewed: Mar. 12, 2009
The flavor of this was great! I did add a little more meat only because I had a 3/4 lb package of sausage, and a 1 and 1/2 lb deer burger. I just put it all in and my husband loved it! he said he loved how meaty it was. The one thing i would change in the recipe is to use shredded mozzerella instead of sliced. (it melts better) love the flavors!
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Rolled Flank Steak

Reviewed: Mar. 12, 2009
"Tastes like an expensive philly!" says my husband! He loved it, and that says a lot because he is a professional cook, and is rarely impressed by a dish. However i switched it up just a little. so i have been trying to find something to do with all my cubesteak off of my deer meat. I think cubesteak is just a tough hamburger not a steak! This recipe was perfect! I used the cubesteak, but i did not roll it! I just put it in a baking dish and covered the dish with tinfoil to cook a little faster. I removed tinfoil after the meat was up to temperature and cooked for another 5 minutes! Again this was an awesome recipe, and is now a permanent monthly meal! Thank you so much!
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Grandma's Doughnuts

Reviewed: Mar. 12, 2009
easy as pie, no wait easier! Now if i can contain from eating them all the time we would be ok! My family loves them, and they are a 10 minute dessert for me! Time saver!
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Crispy and Creamy Doughnuts

Reviewed: Mar. 12, 2009
Oh thank you! My family loves these! This recipe blew the old family recipe out of the park! So Perfect! I just hope i can contain myself and my family from eating them constantly!
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Extreme Crepes

Reviewed: Mar. 12, 2009
I will use this recipe forever! I have a family recipe that is much more complicated than this, so shoving all the ingredients in the blender, letting it sit for a minute for the bubbles to rise out of it, and then i cook the first side of the crepe then flip it, and then i start piling on stuff like cheese, sandwich meat, spinach, olives mushrooms, mayo, tomatoes, avocado, lettuce you name it! then roll it up a little and serve a awesome crepe sandwich! It's a hit with everyone i know! they want me to come to their house and cook! haha Also i switch it up a bit and put peaches and whip cream or apple pie filling with powdered sugar you name it. crepes are endless for ideas! thank you so much for the super easy recipe. I make a batch and keep the left over batter in the blender pitcher and stick it in the fridge! use it for two days! easy as yum!
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Mexican Pizza I

Reviewed: Mar. 12, 2009
This by all means is a great recipe. nothin special compared to what I've allready made but a good classic mexican dish!
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Brown Sugar Banana Nut Bread II

Reviewed: Mar. 26, 2008
So I did alter the recipe a little, so I don't blame the recipe of how it turned out, and for some people it was probably a awesome recipe. I checked all of the ratings before I started the recipe and there was a great number of reviews that mentioned it didn't cook all the way and that it needed another cup of flour. So I added a extra cup of flour, and I added 3/4 cup of each chopped walnuts and chocolate chips. The bread came out done, my husband even thought it was burned until I told him it had brown sugar in it. The main issue is that I love very moist banana bread, and this was not moist at all. It was very dry and little sweetness flavor in it. I think it needed another banana and maybe a little less flour than the xtra cup. Some people like their bread dry instead of super moist. I am affraid if I hadn't added that flour I may have had uncooked bread, but it didn't need an entire xtra cup. All bread machines are different when they cook, so maybe that was why everyone had some of the different issues. With the walnuts and chocolate chips it needed to be a little more moist and probably another banana! Thanks for the recipe! It is defininately something I can work with to make what I want! Keep rollin in those recipes! I love em!
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Onion and Cheddar Burgers

Reviewed: Mar. 12, 2008
ok for starters it took longer to cook by a long shot. It took me 25 or 30 minutes to cook these. Yes, it was messy and it was hard to flip them because they fell apart. I didn't expect a real cheesy flavor considering how much the recipe calls for so that was not too much of a downfall. I was looking for a simple and quick recipe that was different from our average, unfortunately it was plain average. it was not bad tasting by any means, but it was not above average of a broiled burger. My 2 year old daughter didn't like it because it looked funny, but she's only two so that can be expected. My husband is a horrible critic, but he said it was average. He liked the taste, but it needed more of something to put different flavor. I recomend this recipe if your looking for a simple broiled burger that is juicy. But if your like me and need a different flavor in life this recipe doesn't cut it.
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