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Recipe Reviews 14 reviews
Easy Bacon, Onion and Cheese Stuffed Burgers
Made these burgers twice in one week! I prepped (16) 5" wide patties and chilled in fridge while preparing the rest. I believe I made minor changes to this recipe. I used a full pound of cooked bacon, but did not mix it with the cooked onions. After cooking onions in bacon grease, I placed several paper towels on top of onions (and then discarded) to get rid of excess grease. I allowed onions to fully cool. Then divided among 8 patties evenly. I divided cooked bacon among those 8 patties . . . and then divided EXTRA Sharp Cheddar cheese (shredded)on top of the 8 patties. I sealed the edges well and refrigerated for at least 1/2 hour. Hubby grilled and all raved! Somehow with 8 burgers . . . only 4 four were fed. Tonight, I had to double this recipe. They could not wait for the burgers to be cooked quickly enough! Totally Awesome!!! I think it's important to allow all cooked ingredients (bacon and onions) to cool fully before assembling burgers . . . and especially allow burgers to be refrigerated at least 1/2 hour prior to grilling. This will help keep burgers from falling apart in the grilling process.

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Reviewed On: May 29, 2015
Easy Creamy Pork Tenderloin
Awesome! I browned the tenderloin as suggested by other reviewers. Added the two cans of cream of celery soup and cooked on low for several hours. Then I added 2 - 14 oz. bags of "birdseye - baby potato and vegetable medley" frozen veggies and a sprinkling of frozen corn(1/2 cup?)for the last hour(give or take). Hubby actually enjoyed the veggies the most. This will be included in our rotation of meals from now on! SSOOO SIMPLE!

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Reviewed On: Jul. 22, 2008
Glazed Meatloaf II
DING DING DING!!! We've found a winner! This one will replace my existing meatloaf recipe. Due to some limitations of last moment meal planning I did alter a bit of the recipe - but have no doubt that it is wonderful as written too! I did not have lemon juice so guess what was left out? On reading other reviews I liked the idea of 3/4 cup seasoned bread crumbs instead of the bread - but only had plain, so I added a pinch of rosemary and thyme. For those who didn't care for using the bread itself because of the chunks - try loosely placing the slices of bread into a food processor for a few seconds - nice and fine - no more hunks of dough. But since I was lazy on wanting to do this (even though it's really so simple), I opted for the canned crumbs. Same reason I used dried minced onions. Why chop when you can pour . . . Thanks for a keeper Delia!

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Reviewed On: Jan. 11, 2006
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