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Roasted Wild Mushrooms and Potatoes
so I used this recipe as a jumping off point. I bought 10 oz of crimini and Italian mushrooms and a bag of Trader Joe's fingerling potatoes. To save time I boiled the potatoes while the mushrooms cooked on the stove, then threw them all together in the oven. I only baked them about 15 minutes (did stir them after 8 minutes), then pulled them out and poured the sauce over (2T balsamic, 1T cream sherry, 2t dried tarragon, 1t garlic powder). We liked them but they were a tad sweet. would make again and definitely try to be closer to the original, though this was fine, too.

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Reviewed On: Oct. 12, 2014
Amazing Italian Lemon Butter Chicken
this really was amazing! It took me a little over an hour, and I took quite a few shortcuts as mentioned in other reviews. I started with 3 thighs and cut them in chunks, then broiled them on high for 15 minutes or so. I made the sauce with a chardonnay, and only used 8T of butter. I had no issues with it separating, though I had a low and steady heat. I didn't have artichokes, and I made the bacon in the microwave and then crumbled it before adding it to the mushrooms (which I cooked in some butter). I poured half the sauce on the mushroom-chicken-bacon mix, and half on the farfalle after it was in the bowl. I stirred them separately and then together. I really thought the sauce was great, and I liked the dish, but it just took forever. Hubby liked it, but it's a little heavy so not a regular rotation for us. will make it for company in the winter, though!

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Reviewed On: Sep. 19, 2014
Orange Cream Cake III
This was okay. I used a French Vanilla cake mix (it was in the pantry), and only 1/4 c cold water (to make jello parts thicker). I used 1/4c. OJ for some of the water in the cake mix recipe, so I left out the orange extract in the frosting part to balance the orange and cream flavors. I used two square 8x8 pans, and after cooling for 2 hours after the jello was poured, I stacked the cakes with frosting in the middle, then covered them in more frosting. I'm not a huge orange person, but when everyone was complimenting the ice cream you served on the side and not the cake, it's probably not a keeper.

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Reviewed On: Sep. 2, 2014
 
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