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Recipe Reviews 12 reviews
Grandma Johnson's Scones
This is the only decent scone recipe that I've found--must be the sour cream. It comes out perfect every time. I cut the recipe in half, as it makes a bunch and I live alone. I visited a girlfriend in New Zealand 5 years ago and when I told her I wanted to try some scones, she laughed at the way I pronounced the word. In UK countries in NZ at least), it's pronounced "scon." Didn't know that! Anyway, thanks for the recipe!

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Reviewed On: Jun. 26, 2010
Bodacious Broccoli Salad
Great recipe--especially if you can get garden-fresh broccoli and onions. I used a head of broccoli and one of cauliflower, used a little bit of mayo and made up the difference with yogurt, cut back on the pepper, and threw in some sunflower seeds. I bet some raisins or Craisins would work, too. I have to go to a picnic in a few weeks and I'll probably bring this recipe. It's terrific!

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Reviewed On: Jun. 26, 2010
Dog Food Dip
A friend pulled this recipe of this website back in 2005 or 2006 and gave me a copy. I didn't make it until last November, when I took it in a crockpot (along with Frito Scoops) to a Dave Ramsey Seminar at my local Seventh-Day Adventist church. After the seminar, when everyone was going through the refreshment line, I noticed that only a few people were touching the dip. I forgot that Seventh-Day Adventists are vegetarians! Needless to say, I was very embarrassed. But those that tasted the dip raved about it. I had plenty of leftovers the next day, so I used the dip for enchiladas. Be sure to use Frito Scoops or another sturdy chip because others will break. I also suggest thinning out the dip with enchilada sauce, salsa, or beef broth if it is too thick for your taste. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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Reviewed On: Jun. 26, 2010

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