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CONNIE STORLIE


CONNIE STORLIE
 
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Recipe Reviews 14 reviews
Slow Cooker Barbeque
I browned the roast in a little oil first, then put in the crock pot and poured a can of french onion soup over the roast. I removed it after about 7 hours, shredded the beef, then returned to the crock pot and used Sweet Baby Rays regular BBQ sauce and cooked for another hour. We loved it!!! Served it with potato salad and baked beans.

6 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jun. 13, 2010
Acorn Squash
This is a fall staple in our home. I spray the baking dish with PAM and bake it cooked side down for first 45 minutes. I then turn it cut side up prick the flesh, being careful not to go through the skin, and put butter, brown sugar and cinnamon in the cavity for husband and daughter. I prefer it with just butter and salt and pepper. This dish works well for personal preferences.

13 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Sep. 27, 2009
Traditional Reuben Casserole
This is a fantastic recipe. I took a couple of suggestions from other reviewers and used marble rye and toasted the bread cubes. I drizzled 4 TBSP. of melted butter over the bread cubes before I toasted them. I kept out 1 cup of the toasted bread cubes and crushed them for the topping. I also drained and rinsed the sauer kraut and squeezed out all of the excess moisure that I could. I layered the ingredients as the recipe stated, but did not drizzle with the melted margarine, as I used the butter when toasting the bread cubes. This turned out as close to a grilled reuben as you can get. My DH loved it and had 3 helpings. The corned beef was expensive $9.99/lb, but if you figure what it would cost to have a good grilled reuben out, it was a bargain. I had the deli cut the corned beef into 1/2" slices so when I got home all I had to do is cube it. A wonderful recipe that will be made many more times for my family and friends. My co-workers are in for a treat at our next pot luck. Thanks for the recipe and the tips!

7 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Sep. 12, 2009
 
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