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Recipe Reviews 5 reviews
Beer Bread I
I have made this recipe for nearly 40 years, long before it was available in a box. It is very good, however not a match for the popular mix. I mix it in a bowl with a wooden spoon just until it is blended, but still lumpy, then pour into a greased pan. The butter can go on when it goes in the oven or about 10 minutes before it is done. I have stirred in bread mix add-ins or sprinkled garlic herb dip mix on over the butter 10 min. before done. I keep self rising flour on hand mainly for this. Great with chili or stews!

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Reviewed On: Feb. 24, 2014
Boston Baked Beans
This was my first attempt at baked beans and eveyone loved them! Since we were in the midst of a heat wave, I soaked beans overnight, drained and, using fresh water, cooked in slow cooker set at 3 1/2 for about 5 hours till tender. I drained, reserving 2 cups of liquid, added the rest of the ingredients and baked for about 1 1/2 hours without a lid. I was a little upset because they were pretty runny, but didn't want to overcook them, so just turned off the oven. When I went to take them out an hour later, they had a nice dryness on top, but were almost too thick! (Quickly remedied by adding some reserve liquid...) Will definitely make again. Even though there are only 2 of us, they freeze well and much prefer homemade to anything in a can!

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Reviewed On: Aug. 12, 2012
Maryland Crab Cakes I
Very Good! I used 1/2# crab, reduced the Old Bay and Wor. sauce to 1/2tsp. and kept the other amounts the same. I also shaped into balls as another reviewer suggested and fried in EVOO. I rated as 4 stars since mine were very mushy inside. They didn't hold together at all when I used less bread. Also, same problem when I used imitation crabmeat another time. Looking at the photo, I do notice that the picture shows them much flatter than I made. I do wonder if the white bread turned to mush once it hit was mixed in?? My husband and I liked them, but I probably won't make for company.

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Reviewed On: Mar. 9, 2012
 
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