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Dee Schwesinger

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Recipe Reviews 28 reviews
Turkey Pot Pie I
PERFECTLY AMAZING! The only changes I made were to use fresh parsley because I happened to have it on hand and to include the celery greens along with the celery. This recipe made me enjoy eating turkey, something I can't usually say. I am not one to give all 5 stars to a recipe, but this one definitely deserves it.

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Reviewed On: Dec. 1, 2011
Banana-Zucchini Bread
Very good recipe. Even my picky husband likes it. I subbed in 1c of whole wheat flour to try to make the recipe a little healthier and reduced the white sugar to 1/2c and it was still plenty sweet. I went with muffins instead of loaves and made half of them with no cranberries or nuts for Mr. Picky. I ended up forgetting the cinnamon, but it was still great without it.

2 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Oct. 30, 2011
Slow Cooker Texas Pulled Pork
Good recipe. It was a bit too much an the vinegary side, and I love vinegar, but it may be because I made homemade barbecue sauce for this recipe. Next time, I'll try a store bought kind or reduce the apple cider vinegar in the recipe if I use my homemade sauce again. (note for myself: if making my homemade sauce, eliminate salt and slightly reduce Worcestershire) I also did not have yellow mustard since it's not something we use, so I substituted horseradish dijon. At the end, I did feel like it was good but missing something, so I added some root beer (probably about 2/3 can) after reading some other recipes and then simmered in the slow cooker for a little while longer. That seemed to do the trick. Next time, I may add some hot sauce or cayenne for a little kick.

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Reviewed On: Jun. 20, 2011

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