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Clone of a Cinnabon

Reviewed: Nov. 12, 2007
This was so good! I didn't have any cream cheese on hand for the icing and since sour cream tastes similar (at least to me) I substitued 1/4 cup of that instead. It turned out fabulously. Even my picky, taste sensitive husband couldn't get enough and the next day asked me to make more.
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Caldo de Res (Mexican Beef Soup)

Reviewed: Jul. 27, 2009
My family and I absolutely loved this dish! we just used kernel corn to make it easier to eat while hot. we also used a couple more chayotes cause we love squash. as is said in hawaii 'broke da mouth'
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Sweet Corn Cakes

Reviewed: Dec. 27, 2007
This recipe is delish. I substitued a box of Jiffy corn muffin mix for the cornmeal and masa flour but the muffin mix amounted to 1 1/2 cups so I used a can of creamed corn instead of frozen. Also replaced the cream with eggnog. Baked it like the recipe said for about an hour and it turned out beautifully.
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Caramelized Baked Chicken

Reviewed: Jan. 17, 2011
Tastes a lot like huli huli chicken. Thickened the sauce with some cornstarch and basted chicken on the grill. Excellent!
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French Bread Rolls to Die For

Reviewed: Sep. 4, 2009
It's true, these are "to die for". I did take the advice of others and added about 1 1/2 tsp of honey to the proof mixture. I'm at high altitude and for me it took 3 1/2 cups bread flour and I also lowered the heat to 375 and they came out fine. Didn't change the other ingredients. Baked until the tops were light brown then brushed with butter then put back in oven a few more minutes to a nice golden brown. The crust was crisp and the inside was chewy as advertised. These were perfect with the easy french dip recipe. Too bad it didn't turn out for one of the reviewers. Avoid terry cloth towels, they will stick to rising dough (i've made that mistake) and flatten your buns. If you bake flattened dough it will be hard like cookies (my sister in law did that and yes the rolls were bricks) Use linen type kitchen towels, they work better
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Bread Pudding II

Reviewed: Jul. 27, 2009
Fantastic! I made this as the recipe is but without raisins since I didn't have any and still it was delicious. The best tasting bread pudding I've ever had.
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Orange Cream Fruit Salad

Reviewed: Jun. 5, 2008
I took the advice of other reviews and drained the fruit overnight in the fridge. Also some people said there was way too much sauce,and it does seem like it at first while it's all liquidy, but actually it was just right. I put the whole thing together the night before our party and the sauce thickened up nicely so that it wasn't too saucy. Plus by the time you add the last minute fruits (nanas, apples) that takes up the extra sauce. It doesn't look like a lot when done but the recipe as-is was enough for the 16 people, although mostly kids, we fed.
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Linguine with Clam Sauce

Reviewed: Oct. 5, 2009
I took another reviewers advice and used lots more garlic and thickened the sauce with parmesan cheese. Besides that I followed the rest of the recipe. It tasted just like what you would get at red lobster.
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Grilled Delmonico Steaks

Reviewed: Oct. 7, 2009
Definitely the most tender and delicious recipe for steak. I didn't use salt and pepper. Followed the rest of the ingredients exactly, lightly pricked the meat with a fork and marinated 3 hours. Cooked medium rare and it was still juicy.
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French Bread Rolls to Die For

Reviewed: Oct. 14, 2009
It's true, these are "to die for". I did take the advice of others and added about 1 1/2 tsp of honey to the proof mixture. I'm at high altitude and for me it took 3 1/2 cups bread flour and I also lowered the heat to 375 and they came out fine. Didn't change the other ingredients. Baked until the tops were light brown then brushed with butter then put back in oven a few more minutes to a nice golden brown. The crust was crisp and the inside was chewy as advertised. These were perfect with the easy french dip recipe. Too bad it didn't turn out for one of the reviewers. Avoid terry cloth towels, they will stick to rising dough (i've made that mistake) and flatten your buns. If you bake flattened dough it will be hard like cookies (my sister in law did that and yes the rolls were bricks) Use linen type kitchen towels, they work better
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