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No Bake Pumpkin Pie I

Reviewed: Nov. 15, 2012
I just made this in the morning before work--that's how easy it is! It chilled in the fridge during the day and was ready for my husband's birthday dessert in the evening! He loves pumpkin pie, and this turned out perfectly. A fun tip: since we had people over, I bought a bunch of those mini graham cracker crusts so everyone could have their own little pie. With a bit of whipped cream and cinnamon on top of each, they looked so cute. This is a great, easy, tasty recipe!
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Three Berry Pie

Reviewed: Jun. 10, 2012
Good recipe. Definitely use more cornstarch though--I used a 1/4 cup plus sprinkled a sugar/cornstarch mixture on the bottom and it was still a bit soupy. I think I'll add some vanilla and cinnamon next time as well. All in all though, a wonderful summer pie!
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Salmon and Asparagus in Phyllo

Reviewed: Apr. 9, 2011
Listen up fellow cooks! This is a good one, but I did it differently and should share because my way is easier. I used puff pastry instead of phyllo because it's ten times easier to work with and tastes delicious. Then, I cooked the salmon in a skillet with olive oil beforehand, flaking it into bite-sized pieces with my spatula (I just decided to pre-cook because I had the wrong cut and it was really boney). I also cooked the asparagus as suggested. Now here's the real time-savor: I just used some "onion and chive" Philadelphia cream cheese (1/3 less fat) -- which tastes awesome all on it's own --- and mixed it with one eggwhite. I layered the mixture, salmon pieces and asparagus on the puff pastry, wrapped it up and crimped the edges prettily, brushed the tops with egg wash and made three little slits in the top of each packet. After 15 minutes they came out beautifully and tasted TERRIFIC! They looked elegant too. My husband loved them! An easy meal that looks fancy enough for company. Enjoy!
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Jamie's Minestrone

Reviewed: Sep. 18, 2010
Cold winter night? This is the perfect dinner! Here are a few modifications, but this is the kind of thing you can create to taste. Here's what made it perfect for me: used large can of crushed tomatoes with basil + 3 cans chicken broth and no water. Used red potatoes (2) and no celery or green beans. Also used both kidney and white beans -- and it looked gorgeous. I saw one review that added potatoes at the end because of a longer cooking time. I threw the potatoes in withthat carrots though atthe beginning and it was great. Near the end, also recommend adding a little olive oil to the pot just to add more depth and when serving, definitely top with a generous spoon of Parmesan. I served with Parmesan crescent rolls and it was a cozy monster hit!!!
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