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Creamy Chicken Florentine

Reviewed: Aug. 21, 2011
Way to go creamy chickn florentine!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! YOU SURE WE CAN'T HAVE 10 STARS I did not have a lot of time. Butterball grilled chicken pieces, spinach with carrots in the salad bag, no creamy cream cheese, so I used the 8 oz pkg and lasagna pasta. One pan *broke about six peces of pasta in half or pieces to fit int my skillet *added water to cover *a litle oil *garlic powder, onion powder, basil, black pepper, cumin (whatever showed up first) in the skillet till pasta is tender . *had several peppers I need to use, so I cut them (yellow, orange and green into strips *added red onion pieces *peppers, onion and spinach in the colaner to rinse and mix *pour water from pasta onto veggies pasta in skillet and chunk the ceam cheese if you don't have the creamy. Let that melt. Put vegies into skillet and stir all until cheese is melted. I love cheese so I sprinkled a package of casserole cheese mix on top and covered with stove off until cheese melted then into the oven on broil until brown and bubbly.
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Yummy Blueberry Cobbler

Reviewed: Jul. 29, 2011
Great idea-but toooo sweet!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I don't have any suggestions right now except to cut the sugar either out of the 1st topping and the 2nd topping. Oh and tooooo gushey. Cut some water, maybe. The top crust is awesome.
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Red Cabbage

Reviewed: Jul. 3, 2011
Can you say WOW? Words cannot describe this. I knew I would be busy today so I prepared this yesterday in a casserole and refrigerated it overnight. I used about half red wine vinegar and half distilled vinegar. I had a few already sliced apples so I left the peeling on (healthy) and chopped them up into really bite size pieces. Shreded cabbage topped with apples topped with brown sugar and spices, pour vinegar and water (maybe use less water next time) top with pats of butter. Cover and refrigerate overnight. I didn't preheat, just placed in cold oven turned to 350 degrees, covered and let it cook. It had time to saturate and cook itself with the vinegar. I dont remember for how long, but until it fills the house with that wonderful aroma. Arita Droog, way to go!!!!!!! This would problably be good with regular green cabbage as well!!
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Vanilla Wafers III

Reviewed: Jan. 30, 2011
1st use a smaller portion than the tablespoon, you'll get more cookies. I added more vanilla and still need to add more. Not real sweet or crispy, but they remind me of the old fashioned tea-cakes. I took some to bible study and to work and got good reviews from all. I have sent the link to this recipe with others who like just a little cookie with their coffee (me) or tea. Could be a little sweeter though. This recipe was quicker than the one I saw that you had to roll and refrigerate. I might try that one later.
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Gooey Butter Cake II

Reviewed: Aug. 14, 2010
This is addictive. i live alone and I hardly go three or four days without one in the house. My grandchildren and my daughter love it. My co-workers and my church members and neighbors love it. Its easy to make, its fun to make. I tried it with yellow mix first. Then devil's food, then triple fudge. Then I tried a store brand devil's food mix that seems to be more moist and easier to press in the pan. O yea, I swap out and combine vanilla/almond flavorings. Grease the bottom of the pan with a softened stick of butter and then put about a half-a-cup of grated coconut in the topping. Again, addictive and in demand.
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Famous Butter Chicken

Reviewed: Jun. 6, 2008
this should be rated with twenty ***** ***** ***** *****. there, i did it. and the healthy part is-you drink more water. i have shared this recipe with friends and family. my aunt has used with chicken wings. my taste buds have done dances with this and tripped over one another. that's alright-they'll get over it. my alternate version is with pork chops with the ritz cracker crumbs and pork chops with stove top stuffing crumbs ***** ***** ***** *****
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Pork Chop Packs

Reviewed: Apr. 17, 2008
If you could have more than 5 stars-that would be my rating. This was delicious. I doubled the foil, cook a little longer than 45 minutes and spinkled light brown sugar on top of the potatoes and covered and placed tham back in the toaster oven (which had been turned off) just to let the sugar melt and seep through. For a dish with no seasonngs at all, this was quick, superb, tender and all good things you could say about food.
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Lemon Barbeque Meatloaf

Reviewed: Jan. 10, 2007
I really liked the idea, but water in a meatloaf? But i tried it, like i usually try new recipes. Aadding salt while trying to eat it, did not help it. Water in meat loaf??!! I suggest leaving the water out all together and trying tomato sauce instead of ketchup for a richer taste.
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Sweet Potato Potato Salad

Reviewed: Nov. 27, 2006
This is delicious and fun to make. I made this on the spur of the moment and didn't have any celery or celery seasonings, so I chopped a few green onions for color.
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