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Mini Reubens

Reviewed: Feb. 13, 2006
These are a wonderful appetizer, I've been making them for years and everyone loves them. I don't measure any ingredients, just squeeze 1000 Island on from the bottle and then pile the rest of the ingredients on till it looks right. Try it, you'll love them.
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Easy Key Lime Pie I

Reviewed: Feb. 2, 2006
Woderful recipe, I didn't change a thing. It's amazing how something so good can be so easy!! This is delicious.
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World's Best Potato Salad

Reviewed: Jan. 29, 2006
Thank you for trying my recipe and for your reviews! There is an omission in the recipe I want to correct: there should be 1 tsp. of celery seed added to the dressing. Also, you may increase the amount of corn starch for thicker dressing, and please feel free to adjust the sugar and onion to your taste. Much of the fun of cooking is changing a recipe to make it your own. NEW EDIT: Please disregard the number of servings, this recipe easily feeds 12 people. I forgot to change it from the default when I posted the recipe. Also, "medium" potatoes refers to the size, not type of potato. I ALWAYS use red potatoes for potato salad. Kaye
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Chicken Breasts Pierre

Reviewed: Jan. 25, 2006
I seem to be the lone dissenter here, but I really didn't care for this recipe. I followed it exactly and the sauce was OK, although it tasted mostly like chili powder. Sorry, this one isn't for me.
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Asiago Sun-Dried Tomato Pasta

Reviewed: Jan. 15, 2006
Fabulous! I left out the sun dried tomatoes, I don't care for them. I used milk in place of the 3rd cup of cream and only 1/2 cup butter(1 stick). I used sweet onions, more than a cup of Asiago cheese and about 2 tsp of prepared garlic plus several shakes of powdered garlic. I didn't grill my chicken, just simmered it in a little water till done. You could use leftover chicken in this recipe easily. Also, I used a package of pre-cooked bacon and it worked very well and cut down on the prep time. This dish is time consuming but it's worth it. The sauce is to die for, I added a couple jigs of Louisianna hot sauce and a couple shakes of red pepper flakes also. This added depth and flavor but wasn't noticeable and didn't make the sauce "hot". Also, I used dried parsley and put it directly in the sauce. If the sauce looks dry after mixing in the bow tie pasta and other ingredients, I found adding a little milk worked to make it creamy again. Wonderful recipe!
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Slow Cooker Macaroni and Cheese I

Reviewed: Jan. 13, 2006
I had a bad experience with this recipe. I think the cook time is way too long, or maybe mac and cheese is just not meant to be done in a slow cooker. It turned out like a big rubber brick. Maybe I did something wrong, however I followed the recipe exactly. Sorry.
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Amish Macaroni Salad

Reviewed: Dec. 27, 2005
This is the recipe I use every time I make mac salad! I use real mayonnaise, Miracle Whip doesn't exist in my kitchen. Green pepper instead of red, cut the sugar to 1/2 cup, and no pickle relish. I add an extra hard boiled egg, shredded cheese, and I season the dressing with extra salt, pepper, garlic powder and a couple drops of Louisianna hot sauce for flavor. I cut the mustard to 1 Tbsp. Other good additions are diced ham or bacon. Amish macaroni salad is supposed to be sweet.
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Creamy Chicken and Wild Rice Soup

Reviewed: Nov. 4, 2005
Wonderful soup! This one really sticks to your ribs and it's so flavorful. Talk about comfort food at it's finest, this will cure what ails you on a cold, snowy night. I use Uncle Ben's quick cooking Long Grain and Wild rice, how easy can it get? I use a 16 oz. carton of half and half instead of heavy cream. I add chopped celery and carrots and cook them with the chicken. This is so thick and rich, absolutely delicious.
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Bacon Wrapped Smokies

Reviewed: Nov. 4, 2005
We call these "pig candy". This is a real man pleaser. Be sure to use cocktail smokies sausages instead of weiners for better flavor. These are great for tailgating, bowl parties or family get togethers. I don't find it time consuming at all. Just whack your pound of bacon into thirds, wrap a piece around a smokie and stick a toothpick through it. I don't measure the brown sugar, just dump it on. Be sure to line your pan with heavy foil so clean up is a breeze!
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Cream Cheese Pickles

Reviewed: Oct. 23, 2005
I've been making these appetizers for many years and it's one of my favorites. I add a little horseradish, garlic powder and a drop of Tabasco to the cream cheese for flavor. One thing, tho....I am trying to imagine why anyone would try to smear cream cheese around a pickle when all you have to do is spread the cheese on the meat slice and roll the pickle up in it. Different strokes, I guess. I've made these with roast beef, dried beef, ham and smoked turkey. My favorite is dried beef, but all are good.
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Baked Ziti I

Reviewed: Apr. 2, 2005
This is great! I use 1 pound ground beef and 1 pound Italian sausage and add onion, green pepper and garlic while browning. I add 1 TBSP of Italian seasoning, sliced mushrooms and sliced black olives to the sauce. I mix the pasta and meat sauce together, place half the mixture in the pan, then the sour cream and 1/2 of the cheese, then the remaining ziti mixture and top with the remaining cheese. I like the pasta completely coated with sauce. I use shredded Italian blend cheese and PILE it on, at least double what the recipe calls for, and increase the Parmesan as well. Definitely use 2 jars of sauce, it sounds like a lot but other wise the Ziti will be dry. This is perfect for a family gathering, it makes a lot.
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Baked Ziti III

Reviewed: Mar. 21, 2005
This is excellent. It makes a huge batch, so I made it in two pans and froze one for later. I used 2 lbs. ground beef and about twice as much cheese as called for. Also, I added a can of sliced black olives and a can of sliced mushrooms (both drained well), and I added a chopped green pepper with the onion. Mine was definitely Baked Ziti Supreme. Very good!
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Awesome Slow Cooker Pot Roast

Reviewed: Feb. 26, 2005
This recipe is aptly named, it really is "awesome". Absolutely delicious results and the gravy is wonderful. I make a couple changes. I use only one can of soup and in place of the water a 14 oz. can of beef broth. I cook it on high for 6 hours and it's perfect. I thicken the gravy with a little water and corn starch after removing the roast from the crock.
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Applesauce Bars

Reviewed: Aug. 30, 2004
These bars are very good. They're extremely spicey with all the pumpkin pie seasoning. It reminds me of a spice cake more than applesauce. I put them in a 9x9 pan, and it worked perfectly. If making them in a 9x13 I would definitely double the recipe or they would be too thin. I frosted them with 1/2 recipe of cream cheese frosting. They are very moist and flavorful.
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Fresh Southern Peach Cobbler

Reviewed: Aug. 29, 2004
Very good cobbler, but not the best one I've tried. One thing I will change next time is not use brown sugar in the batter. I'll use 1/2 cup of white sugar instead of 1/4 cup of each. The brown sugar made the batter a dark color and also I think it made the top burn a little. Overall, a good cobbler recipe and it wasn't difficult to make.
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Chili Cheese Dog Pot Pie

Reviewed: Jun. 21, 2004
When I looked at this recipe, the first thing I thought was "this needs a cornbread topping". It seemed like it would give more flavor and would resemble a chili corn dog. So, I used a small cornbread mix for the topping (I used Jiffy). The results were great. I recommend doing it that way. It was also easier and quicker. I made it in a 9x9" square baking dish and used Hormel chili. Very good.
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German Potato Salad

Reviewed: Jun. 17, 2004
This is the best recipe for Hot German Potato Salad I have found. It's absolutely delicious. I use twice as much bacon as called for and more vinegar/less water. I love the tang of the vinegar. Also, I use chopped sweet onion instead of green onions and add a little dry parsley for color. Thanks for sharing your recipe, April. I love it. Kaye
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Granny Cake II

Reviewed: Jun. 15, 2004
This cake is extremely wet, but it's sooo good. I followed the recipe exactly, except that I used all purpose flour instead of cake flour. There is a lot of sauce, which makes it seem almost like a pudding. Excellent dessert. Next time I think I'll cut back a little on the brown sugar. Over all, delicious. Everybody loved it!
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Pan-Fried Asparagus

Reviewed: May 14, 2004
This is our favorite way to fix asparagus, and so easy! I throw 1/2 stick of butter in the pan, a drizzle of olive oil and my garlic. After the butter melts, add the asparagus and let it saute till done, stirring often. I love that the asparagus stays a little crisp instead of overcooking to the mushy stage. I use the McCormick sea salt grinder and don't measure the salt, just season to taste. Also, I cut the asparagus into 2 inch pieces, it's much easier to cook and stir that way. I use lots more asparagus than this recipe calls for.
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Award Winning Peaches and Cream Pie

Reviewed: May 14, 2004
This is so darned good, I can't even describe it! It's really more of a cobbler than a pie, and the word here is scrumptious! I followed the recipe exactly, except I made mine in a 9x9" square baking dish. I did bake it longer than directed, about 45 minutes because some reviewers said the batter wasn't done in the middle. Wonderful recipe. I am going to try it with fresh peaches when they come in season.
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