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Hot Artichoke and Spinach Dip II

Reviewed: Dec. 1, 2001
An absolutely wonderful dip, I even bought a festive dish to bake it in and serve.. it was fantastic and my guests all wanted the recipe. I served with warmed tortilla chips and slices of crusty sour dough bread.
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Hard Rock Candy

Reviewed: Nov. 16, 2009
The flavor is fantastic but I boiled it until it reached 310 and it still did not get hard enough to crack. I spent literally an hour to cut it up with a sharp knife and put it into a baggie with sugar to keep it from sticking when I put it in the air tight container. Like I said, the flavor was perfect and I halved the recipe. Used the 1 dram bottle of cinnamon oil I found at Hobby Lobby. I'd like to try some other flavors but will have to let boil to about 320 next time.
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Japanese Zucchini and Onions

Reviewed: Aug. 4, 2009
This was absolutely fabulous. I couldn't believe such simple ingredients could make the most outstanding flavor for zucchini. Thank you, thank you MichelleB for posting this recipe.
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Perfect Corn on the Cob

Reviewed: Jun. 11, 2010
I did this tonight and it was perfect. 2 medium ears of corn, 8 minutes, perfect!
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Cranberry, Orange and Apple Relish

Reviewed: Nov. 23, 2009
Excellent for Thanksgiving. Keeps for a long time and it's just tart enough. Love this stuff!!
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Cappuccino on Ice

Reviewed: Aug. 16, 2009
Oh my goodness, I just made this with all fat-free ingredients and it's absolutely delicious! Thank you so much for posting this recipe Kate. My new summer drink special.
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Slow Cooker Turkey Breast

Reviewed: Nov. 26, 2009
Very nice and juicy. Made a 6 lb breast in about 6 hours, first 2 hours on hi, then on low for the last 4. Very moist. I liked the texture and flavor. Some of the drippings went into the gravy and it made it very yummy.
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Slow Cooker Scalloped Potatoes with Ham

Reviewed: Aug. 25, 2009
This was great! I made it with low-fat mushroom soup, fat-free cheddar cheese and I used non-fat milk instead of the water. I also microwaved the potato slices and onions for about 10 minutes before doing the rest of the recipe. I didn't have time for the slow cooker so I put it in a 8x11 dish sprayed with Pam and baked at 375 for about 35 minutes. My husband was very pleased with the flavor and texture.. so this is definately a keeper!
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Exquisite Pizza Sauce

Reviewed: Nov. 13, 2009
Very nice sauce. I didn't have anchovy or marjoram but otherwise followed the recipe. Very tasty but light. I liked the texture on my ciabatta bread pizzas. Not over powering like some other sauces can be.
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Sourdough Tomato Bread

Reviewed: Oct. 26, 2009
Wow, very nice right out of the oven with butter. I served with beef stew and it was perfect. I did get 3 rather large boules out of this recipe so it could be cut in half and would be just right, at least for us. As the previous reviewer said, I may add a bit more salt next time, and there will be a next time!
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Jagerschnitzel

Reviewed: Dec. 8, 2009
This was absolutely delicious just as written. I did use egg beaters for the egg and fresh mushrooms and fat-free sour cream, but otherwise followed the recipe. After frying the pork I put in a 200 degree oven to keep warm while frying the onions and mushrooms and simmering in the beef broth. I've never cooked with sourcream that way and I was very pleasantly surprised how much I liked it. My husband spent 5 years in Germany and I wanted to surprise him with this meal. He said it was exactly what he remembered and he kept saying while eating it.. man, you got this one right!! That's high praise from my picky hubby. I did make french fries to go with as that is what is served in Germany. This will definitely go into my menu rotation. Thank you DSPIRAL73 for this wonderful recipe.
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Coffee Shake

Reviewed: Jul. 8, 2010
This was a yummy, no guilt treat. I used skim milk, decaf instant coffee, 1 pkt Splenda and sf/ff chocolate Hersheys. Very tasty and hit the spot on this hot day!
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French Fried Potatoes

Reviewed: Dec. 8, 2009
I soaked for 1 hour in cold water with the sugar. Fried in my Fry Daddy and they were PERFECT! I'll use this method from now on, they weren't greasy at all and so much cheaper than store bought fries.
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Ground Bologna Sandwich Spread

Reviewed: Nov. 3, 2009
I used to make this years ago and it works great in a food processor if you don't have a meat grinder. I also use ham for the same thing. I like to use bread & butter pickles but that's your choice. I also grind up some onion into the mix before adding the mayo/miracle whip.
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Sesame Dipping Sauce

Reviewed: Jul. 12, 2010
I really liked this with some shrimp I made. I cut the recipe to make for 6 and it was still way too much for just the 2 of us :)
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Amish White Bread

Reviewed: Nov. 4, 2009
Very nice loaf of bread, quite sweet but oh so tasty warm from the oven. I did cut the recipe in half but I still needed to knead in about 3/4 cup extra flour (in order not to be sticky). It rose nice and high. I brushed with egg yolk before baking and put a pan of water into the bottom shelf of the oven to bake along with the bread. The crust was perfect.
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Low Fat Eggs Benedict

Reviewed: Dec. 16, 2009
This is an excellent alternative to 2 cubes of butter and egg yolks! If you are watching what you eat then this is fantastic and very filling for a Sunday morning brunch. You can add a tomato slice or a bit of avacado if you like.
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Swiss Chicken

Reviewed: Jul. 6, 2010
Oh, this is one of those really surprising meals that is fairly easy but tastes like you spent $30 at a restaurant. I did make quite a few changes per JUDITH's comments. I started by pounding out 3 very large chicken breasts and then cutting them in half. I sauted crimini mushrooms and vidalia onions in a bit of EVOO and then deglazed the skillet with white wine and continued cooking the mushrooms until just firm. Removed the mushroom/onion mixture to a plate and then sauted the seasoned chicken breasts just until slightly browned (not cooked all they way through). I removed the chicken breasts from the skillet, added back in the mushroom/onion mix. I then mixed the soup (98% fat free) with 1/2 cup of white wine and poured that over and added the chicken breasts back in. Placed 1/2 pieces of 50% reduced fat swiss cheese on the chicken and then just sprinkled with some italian seasoned bread crumbs. Used about 3 T of butter to cover. I then covered the skillet and baked for 30 minutes. Took the cover off, baked for 15 more minutes. I served with roasted red potatoes and fresh french bread. I would make it this way for important company, it was seriously that good. I know it's a few changes but they are well worth making!! Hope you enjoy it as much as we did.
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Quick and Easy Peach Cobbler

Reviewed: May 2, 2010
This is very much like the published Easy Fruit Cobbler which I had made before. I only used 1/4 cup of butter in the bottom of a 8x11 glass dish. Otherwise I followed these ingredients (drained the peaches) and it looks beautiful and is making the house smell sooooo good! I did sprinkle some cinnamon/sugar mix on the top before baking as LadySparkle recommended. Thanks for posting it Miss Lady!
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Sugarless Fruitcake

Reviewed: Nov. 3, 2009
Wow, I am so pleasantly surprised how great this tastes! I used 1/2 tsp of nutmeg instead of mace and then used a whole 20oz crushed pineapple. Followed the rest of the ingredients on the recipe. I did bake it for an extra 15 min for a total of 55 and my picky husband said it was one of the best fruitcakes he's ever had! Thank you, thank you since I've been searching for a great recipe for Fruitcake.
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