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Recipe Reviews 3 reviews
Roast Leg of Lamb with Rosemary
I have never had lamb or roasted lamb. I was skeptical. I make a prime rib at home, so my spouse and I wanted to try a leg of lamb, roasted. Used the directions on the package, along with rinsing the lamb, patted dry, rubbed with oil and scored and put in garlic, rubbed with course salt, garlic powder and pepper, mixed and roasted adding no liquid whatsoever. Cooked according to package, starting with higher heat, then lowering the heat and roasting. Let rest in foil tent. It was delicious, moist and tender... My spouse said it rates just one notch under my Prime Rib (which I also got the recipe from allrecipes.)

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Reviewed On: Apr. 29, 2014
Beets with Mandarin Oranges
Just made this recipe. It hasn't chilled yet and I wanted to try it chilled, but smells great. Warm was o.k. but not special to me. I love spiced, chilled foods. I just wanted to give a hint to new cooks, after you microwave the cider and spices, stand back when you open the microwave! It will open your sinuses . I'm giving 5 star for ease and cost.

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Reviewed On: May 17, 2011
Butter Bean Burgers
I was skeptical trying this recipe. My first try at a 'substitute'. I used fresh minced garlic and gr pepper, only the eggyolk, added worcheshire and hot sauce no salt, Italian bread crumbs instead of cracker. I will definitely make this for myself and my family in the future, as a burger, and as a salisbury steak style dish, and with a tomato type dish. This is very versatile and if you don't tell them, the won't know the difference!

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Reviewed On: Nov. 13, 2007
 
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