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Sally in Santee, Ca.

Sally in Santee, Ca.
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Recipe Reviews 3 reviews
Chili Cheese Dip IV
This was very good and will make it again. Try another version, using the fat can of refired beans, 4oz package of cream cheese, 2or3 medium diced tomatoes, a few dashes of garlic salt or powder, (optional: 1 small can of diced ortega chilies). Heat on top of the stove until all ingredients are well blended. Open a bag of tortilla chips and or the large dipping Fritos then dig in.--SANDYEGGO, SANTEE, CALIFORNIA

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Reviewed On: Aug. 24, 2013
Baked Ham
I'm happy that someone else likes a simple ham. This is the fastest most elegent dinner you can make.If I have company then I put the pineapple rings with the cherries in the middle on top of the ham. As far as the people that didn't like cloves....You don't eat them, you take them all off before cutting the ham. Remember to score your ham not dice like my sister-in-law did), but score the top before you put your brown sugar on any extras you want. has anyone has made ham gravy? I haven't found anyone yet, but, love it when they try it at my house. It's a sweet gravy, but, delicious. Take the ham out of the pan and keep the drippings on the bottom of the pan (if you added some water before cooking you'll have more gravy). Don't salt or pepper since a lot of hams can be very salty. Make your ROUX (flour and water mixture), and start adding it to your drippings until you get the consistency that you want. If it's still to salty then add more water (little at a time). I always add a little more brown sugar until I get the taste that I want (my sister adds the pineapple juce instead of the I said it's a sweet gravy (I was raised on this gravy). Let your family or company add their own s&p as they want. If you like raisins, I put raisins in it in the begining so they cook and puff up. Please try it, remember you don't have to serve it since you didn't purchase any thing extra to make it. You might surprise yourself and your family (& company).

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Reviewed On: Mar. 25, 2013
Grandma's Cranberry-Orange Gelatin Salad
I have been making a very simular salad for years,but, lost mine. I read all the reviews and for the ones that didn't put the celery in really lost out and again for the ones that didn't put the topping on top again really cheated your guest. It is a salad not a dessert. Thanks for Grandma's Cranberry Orange Gelatin Salad , I'll be making it for Thanksgiving Dinner again this year 2010.

10 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Nov. 22, 2010

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