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Orange Beef-Style Tofu Stir-Fry

Reviewed: Oct. 28, 2006
I loved this sauce! I doubled the sauce though, and made the following changes: I omitted the tofu completely and cooked with chicken instead. I also added onions, garlic, and sweet red peppers. Instead of chili paste, I chopped a chili pepper and fried it up with the rest of the veggies. Beautiful flavour! I used shaghai noodles which really brought out the flavour. So even though I changed the recipe around a bit, it was fantastic and I give it 5 stars for the sauce and the adaptability. YUM!
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Spinach Dip with Water Chestnuts

Reviewed: Dec. 23, 2006
Exactly what my mom makes! Instead of using the traditional pumpernickle bread, I slice flatbread into wedges. Amazing with fresh flatbread! Sometimes I add 1/2 cup shredded mozeralla cheese and mix it in, and top it with 1/2 cup shredded cheddar, and bake for approx 15 mins. Delish!
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Sex in a Pan II

Reviewed: Dec. 31, 2006
Fabulous!! Everyone loved this and I will definitely bring to future events. However, I made a few slight changes and will make some changes next time: -I omitted the nuts completley, and instead used 6 Skor bars chopped. I did a layer where the nuts were supposed to be, then a layer on top as directed -the confectioners sugar was all sold out (my bad for shopping on Christmas Eve!) so I used normal white sugar but threw it in the food processor to make more fine. Turned out good. -next time, I will use a little less chocolate pudding and make more of the first layer (the cream cheese, whip cream, and sugar).
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Stuffed Tomato Basil Chicken

Reviewed: Feb. 27, 2008
Super! Love the flavors together. I did change things up a bit:I used pesto instead of basil leaves, and I marinated the chicken in Kraft Italian dressing. I made one with bacon, one without (for me, too fattening with bacon). Tried both and both were fantastic. So if you're watching what you eat feel free to omit the bacon and you'll still have a great dish. Served this with whole wheat speghetti in a white wine olive oil sauce. **So the cheese won't spill out while baking, try securing the chicken with toothpicks. Soak the toothpicks in water first.
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Nacho Cheese Sauce

Reviewed: Mar. 23, 2008
Great for that processed-cheese-sauce craving. Don't use this as some gourmet cheese dip - it tastes similar to jarred cheese sauces or the kind you get at ball games. I stirred in salsa to the milk mixture, and next time will add some chopped jalapenos as it was still a tad bland. I'm thinking topped with ground beef would make a nice dip for a crowed.
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Cheddar Ranch Dip

Reviewed: Jul. 1, 2007
FABULOUS!!! Everyone loved this dip and raved about it and asked for the recipe. The only change I made was I used real bacon. I fried it up then crumbled it in. I served it with Regular Ruffles, and when those ran out I served Tostitos Scoops. Both went well with the dip. I HIGHLY recommend.
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Jalapeno Popper Spread

Reviewed: Jul. 5, 2007
This was the hit of the party. Only use freshly grated parmesan - this will alter the taste if you don't. When I used the Kraft stuff this dip was good...but not like a jalepno popper. More like a parmesean cream cheese dip. Changes: whole can of jalapenos and 3 fresh chili peppers (this was a spicy dip). Sprinkled a little bit of bread crumbs on top w/ the parm. TASTED JUST LIKE A JALAPENO POPPER!! Served with bite-sized Tostitos.
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Baked Potato Salad I

Reviewed: Jul. 5, 2007
I preferred this hot, but ended up serving it cold due to a malfunctioning oven, and it was a hit cold. I used all the ingredients but didn't measure anything. I boiled the potatos for 20 mins, cooked up TONS of bacon, and mixed it with mostly sourcream and a little mayo. Used lots of cheese too. Make sure to season with s&p.
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Chewy Maple Cookies

Reviewed: Jan. 24, 2011
Followed the recipe exactly. These are delicious and chewy. Not a real strong maple flavor, but all the flavors just work really well to make a very enjoyable cookie. And mine actually looked like the cookies in the photo!
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Chocolate Brittle Surprise

Reviewed: Mar. 23, 2008
Tastes like you spent hours making these! Actually, most people don't believe me when I say I didn't buy them from a gourmet store! I get asked to bring these everywhere. The only change I made was using 1 cup of chocolate chips...I feel too makes them too chocolatey and takes away from the delish toffee. One time I made them I realized too late I didn't have chocolate chips, but I had left over Turtles so I chopped them and used them instead and that was divine! So don't be afraid to experiment with different chocolate toppings.
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Banana Crumb Muffins

Reviewed: Jan. 24, 2011
Best banana muffins! Moist, but not too dense, and oh that topping! I added a little vanilla and cinnimon to the batter, and used half brown sugar instead of all white. These look great and taste better.
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Chewy Oatmeal Cherry Toffee Crisps

Reviewed: Aug. 17, 2008
These were great! I substituted whole wheat flour and the oats I used were 5 grain (Red Mill). These changes didn't make the cookies taste "too healthy" (not that the are!) - probably due to the amount of sugar and sweetness from the chips. Only wish they were a tad bit chewier, however I will play around with my next batch as I have some dough frozen.
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Crab Croissant-wiches

Reviewed: Apr. 3, 2007
This recipe has a lot of potential but just needs a couple improvements. I should note that these were devoured (I served them hot as an hor d'oeuvre) and I got tons of compliments. I made them exactly as directed, with the exception of following someone else's idea of cutting the crescent rolls into smaller squares. They still turned out fairly large for "finger foods" so next time I'm going to cut the dough in circles, fold it half and pinch the dough pierogie/ravioli style. After hearing the filling was a tad bland from my official taste-tester, using the left-over filling I added a ton of Frank's Hot Sauce, fresh grated parmesean cheese, garlic powder, and s&p. Nuked it and served it with crackers. Now this was A HIT!! I will definitely make this again, but make the above changes to the filling.
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Thin Mint Crackers

Reviewed: Dec. 23, 2007
This was ok. I followed the advice of another review on here and microwaved the chocolate - BIG MISTAKE! Chocolate is too delicate for intense heat, hence the double boiler method. It turned out melted in a huge blob. So follow the recipe! When melted correctly (2nd batch!) I found it hard to dip the crackers and get the chocolate to stick. Instead I used the peppermint flavour chocolate, added crushed candycanes, and made a fabulous chocolate bark.
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Pecan Chewies

Reviewed: Dec. 23, 2006
This turned out horrible, but I gave it 3 stars since I might have been responsible for that! I used all-purpose flour instead of the required self-rising flour...I don't know if this was responsible, but the top and sides were baked beautifully, but the inside was gooey and uncooked. The batter tasted delightful so there's potential...but again it could have been my fault
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Hot Onion Dip

Reviewed: Mar. 16, 2008
This was nothing special. I didn't like it but my company did, although barely any of it was eaten. I made it exactly as directed except I added a litte bit of garlic. I topped with paprika and some bread crumbs as was suggested. This dip was dry, not creamy, and really just tasted like cream cheese and parm. I couldn't taste any onion. My company did not care for the Frito scoops - they said it was too heavy for the dip (takes away from the dip itself) and suggest tostitos instead. If I had to make any suggestions I'd toss in some sour cream and more mayo, and caramelize the onions first.
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