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Three-Cheese Chicken Penne Pasta Bake

Reviewed: Apr. 23, 2013
My family loved it! I tore the spinach leaves before cooking, also added extra cheese and pasta. Made it in a 9x13 pan and broiled the top the last few minutes. Easy and tasty! Will definitely make again.
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Oat-Bran Chocolate Chip Cookies

Reviewed: Sep. 5, 2010
Super yummy and moist. I made (almost) as directed, substituting only the milk chocolate chips for 1 C. of mini semi-sweet morsels. (I love the minis--more chocolate flavor with less chocolate!) Fun way to use all-bran, other than muffins and cereal.
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Camp David Spaghetti with Italian Sausage

Reviewed: Jun. 17, 2010
Okay, I haven't even let it simmer yet...I just tasted it after mixing it in the pan and I had to run over and give it 5 stars already! I used fire-roasted tomatoes and Italian chicken sausage crumbled into the mixture instead of the beef. It smells so good! Can't wait for dinner; I'm sure it will be 6 stars by then.
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Chris' Bay Area Burger

Reviewed: Mar. 4, 2010
Great, tasty burger. I mix up a slew of them, form them into patties, and freeze between layers of waxed paper so they're easy to grab for a quick BBQ. Kids love 'em too.
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Charlotte's Tortellini Soup

Reviewed: Mar. 4, 2010
Made it just like the recipe says...guess I'm really not a fan of ketchup-based soup; too sweet & not a lot of depth of flavor. The totellini and cheese on top were the best parts.
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Whole Wheat Seed Bread

Reviewed: Mar. 1, 2010
Holy rising dough, Batman! These made the biggest loaves I have ever seen (and I got 4 out of this recipe!!!). They were beautiful & crunchy on the outside, so soft and pliable on the inside. Perfect! I live at 6300 ft. so, with any bread, I add a few Tbs. of dough enhancer; I just can't seem to get a good, light, wheat bread without it. Also, didn't have enough lemon juice, so finished it off with half as much vinegar. Worked great! Thanks BentRiver: my 11 year old son--and best critic--said it was the best bread I've ever made!
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Dishpan Cookies II

Reviewed: Feb. 2, 2010
Like many other reviewers, I like these cookies enough keep experimenting with them to get them fluffier and healthier. For fluffier, I have found replacing the margarine and refrigerating the dough to be helpful. I also live at a high elevation so adding a Tbs. of dough enhancer helps too. For healthier, I do half whole wheat flour, cut the white sugar, and use finely milled golden flax seed as a substitute for 1/4 of the butter. I got a big 40 oz. bag of milled flax from a popular club store; the bag says you can substitute 3 Tbsp flax for 1 Tbsp. margarine or 1 Tbs. flax + 3 Tbsp. water for 1 egg. It also tastes good just to throw in a scoop or two. The possibilities are endless with this recipe! Thanks ladies, for the fun cookie recipe.
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Jumbo Breakfast Cookies

Reviewed: Sep. 24, 2009
These cookies are so fun to make & very forgiving. I call them "clean out my pantry cookies" because I get out my large glass measuring bowl and just start dumping in the dregs of all my cereals, dried fruit, nuts, seeds, etc. until I hit the 6 cup line. They’re different every time I make them! For the “base” of the cookies I do substitute in 1 cup brown sugar and 1 cup whole wheat flour. Also, if your cookies are flat or spreading too much, try adding 1/3 cup of wheat germ or oat bran to the mixture; you can also substitute non-hydrogenated vegetable shortening for up to half of the butter. (Shortening holds its shape better.) And although I agree that these aren’t exactly healthy for breakfast, they sure are better than average for a cookie!
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Light Wheat Rolls

Reviewed: Aug. 30, 2009
Heavenly! I take each rectangle of dough, brush it with butter, and roll it up jelly-roll style. Then I slice it into 1 inch medalions. It seems a little faster to me than rolling each strip individually, and I love the way they pull apart when you eat them with butter in between each layer. Awesome recipe: thanks!
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Bacon Wrapped Hamburgers

Reviewed: Apr. 25, 2009
Loved it! We don't have an outdoor grill, but the flavor was great right off the frying pan. I think I'll take other reviewers' suggestions and pre-cook the bacon a bit next time. We got pretty splattered!
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Broiled Vegetable Sandwiches

Reviewed: Apr. 24, 2009
Yum, yum, yum. For more tender veggies, definately saute them (except for the tomato) in the olive oil before putting on the bread. I also upgraded the bread to whole grain and used shredded Motzerella cheese. Smelled SO GOOD and tasted great too.
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Peanutty Pork Kabobs

Reviewed: Jan. 10, 2009
This has been a family favorite for years! We first made this on the 4th of July in 1999, when it first came out in the magazine, and now it's become a family tradition! I was thrilled to see it made it to this website. I marinade the meat then put out all kinds of veggies and fruit--pineapple chunks, onion, mushrooms, different colors of peppers--and let the family make up their own skewers with what they like on it. Really fun and really tasty.
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Jamie's Minestrone

Reviewed: Feb. 12, 2008
YUM!!! I had to add more liquid as it cooked, but this soup is a pot of vegetable heaven on earth. Invite LOTS of people over to help you eat it!
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Cinnamon Popcorn

Reviewed: Apr. 11, 2007
I loved it. It's lightly sweetened and very addicting. Perfect if you're looking for a crunchy corn that satisfies the sweet tooth without all the heavy caloric coating!
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Zucchini Quiche

Reviewed: Mar. 7, 2007
My pie tins are pretty shallow, so I was able to make two pies out of the filling ingredients. I made one just like the recipe said, but for the other, I put sliced tomatoes on top and sprinkled fresh grated parmesan cheese over. I liked them both, as did my family of six. Will definately make again!
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Mama's Italian Wedding Soup

Reviewed: Feb. 15, 2007
Wow! Even my picky 4-year-old gobbled up this soup (and it had GREEN STUFF in it!). Definately make again. Wow!
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Green Chile Frittata

Reviewed: Feb. 1, 2007
The whole family loved it! I added frozen New Mexico chiles instead of canned (and probably more than 7oz--I like it stong). Definately make again and again...
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Apple Curry Turkey Pita

Reviewed: Jan. 23, 2007
My family has snubbed curry dishes in the past, but I thought I'd try this anyway (I'd eat it). Suprisingly, they all really liked it! The curry is mild, but flavorful, and it gives the sandwich a great color my kids loved: "How'd you do that?" (I should think of some funky name for the color of curry dishes...maybe they'd eat more.) Anyway, a fun and unique recipe--good way to mix up the blahs of leftover turkey!
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Best Ever Popcorn Balls

Reviewed: Dec. 18, 2006
Loved it! Making it in the sink was a great idea.
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Party Punch V

Reviewed: Dec. 6, 2006
We served this at a luau for about 55 people. I chose this recipe because it looked very easy to make on location and I wasn't sure how much we'd need, even with the serving size suggestion. It ended up being about 6 oz. per person (half again of what the recipe suggests). I saw several people ladeling extra water into thier cups of punch; it is pretty rich. But I liked it and will make it again!
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