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Sloppy Sams

Reviewed: Aug. 13, 2007
Incredibly delicious. To make it a bit easier, I used 1-15 oz. can of Eden organic lentils (with sweet onion & bay leaf) drained as well as 1-15oz. can of Muir Glen fire roasted diced tomatoes (drained). So very very very yummy! I also used 2 TBS brown sugar instead of the molasses. Thank you so much for a great recipe!
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Ratatouille Pasta

Reviewed: Jun. 12, 2007
This is a good recipe and pretty easy to throw together after a long day at work. To me, it seems to make 4 servings rather than 3. Like the previous reviewer suggested, I did use 2 cloves of minced fresh garlic. The sauteeing took about 8 minutes, during which I had to add a couple of tablespoons of EVOO. Next time, I will use a scant 2 cups each of egg plant & zuchinni and also season the dish with salt and pepper in addition to the other seasonings. I used Muir Glenn organic fire roasted diced tomatoes and I think that brought great flavor to the dish. Oh yes, and to make clean up super easy, we just sprinkled parmesean cheese on top on each dish. I also used regular spaghetti pasta noodles.
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Crustless Spinach Quiche

Reviewed: Jun. 6, 2007
This was great! Here are the changes I made: (a) I only used 2 cups of cheese. I used the Kraft Italian blend of 5 cheeses. (b) To cut down on the cholesterol I used organic "egg beaters" (a carton of organic egg whites). (c) I bought a big organic beefsteak tomato and sliced it thin and placed them on top of the quiche. For me, possibly because I used organic egg whites, I had to bake the quiche for 20 minutes at 350 and then 10 minutes at 375. This was great! My husband, who LOVES meat, really really liked this dish. I made spaghetti with meat sauce on the side so he would get his "meat fix" and he actually thought a tossed salad would have been better as a side dish. Go figure! But thanks for the great recipe, we will definitely be making it again and having the leftovers for dinner tonight. We will probably warm up the leftovers in our toaster oven.
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Ziti Lasagna

Reviewed: Feb. 28, 2007
Yes this recipe is tasty becaues I haev made it. However, it seems like this recipe came word for word from a very recent issue of 'cooking for 2' magazine
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Pumpkin Tea Bread

Reviewed: Oct. 30, 2006
So yummy and easy to make! Although I did make a few changes: I used 1/2 cup butter instead of margarine. Instead of 1 1/2 cup white sugar, I used 1 c white sugar + 1/2 c brown sugar. I omitted the orange zest because I didn't have any and am glad I did because I wanted the pumpkin flavor really to shine. For the cinnamon and cloves I just added an equal amount of Chinese 5 spice powder. And for the walnuts and dates, I added an equal amount of raisins and fresh cranberries. Mmm, this bread was so delicious! I don't know if it has anything to do with elevation and where this recipe orginated, but my bread took any extra 12 minutes to bake. I live outside Athens, GA which isn't below sea level or at a high elevation. GREAT BREAD!
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Best Cream of Potato Soup

Reviewed: Oct. 27, 2006
This recipe was delicious and easy to throw together despite having worked an 8 hour day. It was quite tasty and had a yummy aroma while cooking. What I did differently: I used butter instead of margarine. I also did not use any of the following: parsley, allspice, celery seed, dried thyme, cayenee nor the chicken bullion. This is a thick soup and I'm glad I only used 2 large potatoes instead of 3. This is a great soup and I easily can see myself adding broccoli and other leftover veggies next time. It thickens up a little bit more after you put it in the fridge, if you don't like thick soup, when you reheat it, just add a scant 1/4 cup chicken stock or milk. GREAT and I look foward to making this again!
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