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Basil Chicken over Angel Hair

Reviewed: Jun. 30, 2008
AMAZING!the flavor of the sauce was so delicious...i followed the recipe and it turned out AMAZING.I would do one thing different after the sauce was cooked i combined it together with the noodles and there was way to many noodles next time i will put the noodles on the plates and top it with the basil chicken mixture.I also used whole grain noodles this was a great healthy dinner!
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Triple Threat Fruit Smoothie

Reviewed: Jun. 30, 2008
this was my first smoothie, I followed the recipe and it turned out great!! It was so full of flavor! It was seedy though which i didn't care for so maybe i'll switch up the fruits otherwise it was so delicious and very nutritious !!
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Creamy Hot Cocoa

Reviewed: Dec. 19, 2007
I did not have half and half or vanilla so i used a 1/2 cup of heavy cream and 1/4 teaspoon of almond extract.My brother didn't care for the almond,my mother enjoyed it and said it was very rich and tasted like the hot chocolate at starbucks.I thought it was good,i will probably not use the almond again but i will make this hot coco again if the mood strikes me,I may also try coconut extract as another reviewer mentioned
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Chicken Pot Pie III

Reviewed: Dec. 12, 2007
AMAZING ! Let me first say this was my first time making a pot pie & i could not choose a pot pie recipe from here to follow, so i decided to use this as my base recipe.I did make changes, first i boiled 2 boneless skinless chicken breast in a shallow pan and i seasoned the water with salt,pepper,garlic powder & a dash of cyanne pepper.I boiled for about 10-15 minutes until they were half cooked.Then i cut them into pieces.I peeled one potato chopped it and boiled the pieces for three minutes.I salted the water and also added pepper,garlic powder and a dash of cyanne.I added 2 cups of frozen mixed vegetables into the boiling potato pieces and i cooked them for 3 minutes.I used 1 1/2 cans of cream of chicken soup,1/2 can of cream of potato soup and 1/2 of a can of cream of celery soup, I added in some salt,pepper,garlic powder and a dash of cyanne pepper.Then i added the veggies and the chicken and stirred it all up.I used Pillsbury pie crust & lined the edges with foil to prevent burning and put it on a cookie sheet to bake.I cooked it at 400.The cooking time did take a little longer than i expected it took almost an hour to finish,but it was well worth the wait.IT TURNED OUT AMAZING my family loved it and with it feeding a family of 4 it was gone in 5 minutes.This could have made two pot pies but i only had one pie crust so i had to save the other half of pot pie filling until tomorrow when i buy another pie crust & its a good thing it makes so much because my family all wa
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Amazing Pecan Coffee Cake

Reviewed: Dec. 11, 2007
this recipe was pretty good the topping was great i liked the cake but my mom wasnt sure she liked it she thought it tasted funny.this was very simple to follow and make the cooking time took a lil longer than 30-35 mins though but that may gave been because i was using a round cake pan but all in all it was a very sweet desert i may make this again.
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Butter Icing for Cookies

Reviewed: Dec. 8, 2007
The taste was GREAT!! I used almond extract instead of vanilla.My only complaint was it didnt make that much i had o remake this 3 times o cover all my cookies which was a hassle and i found that when it started cooling it became clumpy so i had to constantly re-heat to make it creamy but the over all taste of the icing was GREAT i may use this again
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Baked Slow Cooker Chicken

Reviewed: Dec. 8, 2007
I liked the idea of this better than the actual results.Like most said the chicken was bland,i did not use the tin foil method instead i used carrots and cut red potato's on the bottom.I salted them and used about a 1/2 of a cup of chicken broth.I seasoned the chicken itself with salt,garlic powder,pepper and spice club chicken seasonings with grinder and stuffed the chicken's cavity with 1 onion 2 stalks of celery and 3 garlic cloves.Like another reviewer mentioned i ended up with boiled chicken,however the chicken was extremely tender and literally fell apart when touched.I hated the vegetables i think the potato's ended up tasting like pot roast but without the roast.Since the chicken was bland and since i had an overwhelming amount of juice i decided to drain it and make gravy.The gravy was probably the best part of the meal and it added the extra flavor to the chicken that it needed.I did not care for this at all my mother however said that the way this chicken was cooked it would probably taste great with some spicy rice.I won't willingly make this again unless asked too and if i do i will use the tin foil method and omit the chicken broth all together and i will make the veggies on the side.
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Perfect Pumpkin Pie

Reviewed: Nov. 21, 2007
Great Recipe.I followed the advice of another reviewer and dumped my pumpkin puree in a pan and cooked it on low heat while adding the salt and spices just untill it got hot probaby took about 10-15 mins.Then i transfered it to a bowl and let it cool.Then i added the sweetend milk and the two eggs.It turned out great doing that really got rid of the can taste lol
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