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Spinach and Sweet Corn Mashed Potatoes

Reviewed: Feb. 19, 2009
Don't laugh. I had this in my recipe box for 3 years before I even tried it! We happened to have a bag of spinach (in fact, two, since we overbought for a recipe), and I used the yukon Golds (which needed about 3 large), and this turned out soooo good! easy enough for a weeknight dinner, boil the potatoes while you make the main dish! Thanks for a great recipe! Glad I finally used it!
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Peanut Butter Chip Chocolate Cookies

Reviewed: Oct. 16, 2008
I made these with my 3 yr old tonight...they're fabulous! I agree with a past reviewer that these are like 2 bite brownies with pb chips in them. I used the Reese's chips, and I have to say it took away from the cookie, buy a non Reese's pb chip./ Their chip has too much of a distinguished flavor. The cookies were very moist but slightly crispy on the outside at 11 minutes. I agree that 8-10 minutes is not long enough, but I was working with a gas oven. Different ovens result in different cookies. Overall a fabulous cookie I will make again. Definitely necessitates a TALL glass of milk.
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Grilled Marinated Swordfish

Reviewed: Jul. 1, 2008
This recipe was phenomenal! We used our Food Saver cylindars to marinade the steaks, and it really only needed 10-20 minutes as the juice sucked right into the steaks (after extracting oxygen). They were sooo flavorful! We basted the steaks between flips. We had to cook a little longer than indicated, more like 7-8 minutes each side. Very tasty. We made them with squash/zucchini cut lengthwise, lightly seasoned and put on the grill for about 5 minutes each side. We will definitely use this recipe again!
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Almond-Crusted Tilapia

Reviewed: May 13, 2008
This is an amazing recipe! We omitted the flour for a low-carb option, and used our new cast-iron skillet..now newly seasoned. We ran out of fresh parmesan, so we used fresh pecorino romano...very tasty! My almost 3 yr old loved it. I don't even have to tell you what my hubby thought of it. :-)
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Nordy Bars

Reviewed: Dec. 13, 2007
This was just not an impressive recipe. I was all excited reading the ingredients, but upon tasting it, it didn't taste anything different then your average chocolate chip cookie bar. The flavor of the butterscotch was all but lost in the flour, and the marshmallows didn't contribute anything, in my opinion. I would use less flour, and more butterscotch, and I might even add dried cranberries in place of the nuts. I'll wait til next year, though. Just not motivated enough to try this again. Still reeling over the disappointment.
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Santa's Chocolate Thumbprint Cookies

Reviewed: Dec. 10, 2007
A VERY pretty cookie indeed, and easy to make. I don't think it had enough chocolate flavor, so I intend on adding more cocoa next time. Using Dutch process cocoa would make it a more intense flavor. I happened to have a half and half blend on hand (half plain, half Dutch). My husband loved the hard exterior, chewy interior, and loved even more the creaminess of the white chocolate blending with the other flavors. You can even top it with crumbled candy canes or starlight mints. Make sure when mixing the flour/cocoa mixture into the butter mixture that you add a little at a time and mix it in thoroughly before adding more flour/cocoa mixture.
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Easy Baked Chicken

Reviewed: Nov. 21, 2007
I can't really rate this yet, but all I can say is that you need to use a good brand of French dressing. I used a cheap bottle, and the entire thing smelled like cider vinegar. Sure enough, it was the third ingredient under sugar and high-fructous corn syrup.
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Sauerkraut 'n' Sausage

Reviewed: Nov. 15, 2007
Pretty tasty. My husband says this qualifies for an ideal "bowl" meal (KFC anyone?). I'm not a fan of kraut, but married together with the potatoes and apples, it gives it a nice added crunch. I actually forgot to buy the cider for this recipe and used my toddler daughter's cran-grape juice, and it worked very well! Overall a nice fall/winter recipe.
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Chicken and Dumplings III

Reviewed: Nov. 15, 2007
Very easy and customizable recipe. I've been making this for a couple of years, and this recipe works great when you're on a tight budget, or if you have a large amount of company over for dinner. We like to pop in some frozen veggies right after returning the stock and chicken to the pot, before the cream of soups go in. Also, this recipe works great for any cream soups you may have on hand. Very tasty and filling...warms you to the bone!
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World's Best Lasagna

Reviewed: Oct. 9, 2007
This is by far THE best lasagna ever!! I make this for every family who has just had a baby, or just had surgery and cannot cook for their family for a small while. Made it for my best friend after having her first child and her Italian husband who's mom makes VERY authentic Italian food said this lasagna rivaled hers! Didn't have the nerve to actually say it was better, LOL!! I agree that the sauce recipe makes enough for 2 pans, and the cost to get the additional ingredients for another pan is nominal, so go ahead and make one for your neighbor or sister's family down the way! I also sometimes JUST make the sauce to go with whatever red sauce pasta dish I am making. Tonight is baked spaghetti!!
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Banana Banana Bread

Reviewed: Feb. 20, 2007
This is a super hit every time I make it! I usually make it with whole wheat flour, too, and it makes the hearty banana flavor come out even more!
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California Chicken

Reviewed: Feb. 25, 2006
Though this wasn't terrible, I wasn't impressed. There wasn't any flavor in this much, and I even tried to use Adobo to kick things up as bit. It didn t help. I'd call this just OK. My hubby and I LOVE avocados, and this recipe just didn't do them justice. That and there's nothing to make the tomato stick to the chicken, so I'd advise putting the cheese on the chicken and then on the tomato unless you like messy eating.
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Chili I

Reviewed: Feb. 1, 2006
I'd give this a 10 star rating if I could. I've made this for a couple of years, and I LOVE it! I don't care for the beef cubes in this recipe, though. I have made it with them in the past, but I think I will omit them when I make it this weekend for Superbowl XL. My only complaint is that it does not fit my crockpot, so I have to make it over my stove, making it harder to transport when taking this super awesome chili to other's houses. And yes, you do need all those crazy ingredients to make this recipe work. We are NOT beer drinkers, and we buy beer just for this recipe, once a year. Oh, and if the chili is a bit to strong for your palatte, add some rice and a dollop of sour cream to mellow it a bit, but still enjoy the flavors!
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Beef Stroganoff III

Reviewed: Dec. 1, 2005
I've made this three times now (including tonight), and it's always a hit. I usually have all the ingredients at hand. Very tasty. This is the stroganoff recipe I've been looking for. Tip: the better quality the meat, the better the flavor and texture, as well. Tonight, I have substituted chopped yellow onions for green, added worsteshire (sp?) sauce (1 tsp), and used red rather than white wine, b/c it was what I had. And b/c I had kids over besides my one, I used ground beef for ease of eating. This still made for a VERY tasty dish.
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Bacon Wrapped Chicken

Reviewed: Jan. 12, 2005
I didn't find this extraordinarily amazing, and it was a bit messy to eat.
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Hungarian Noodle Side Dish

Reviewed: Jan. 12, 2005
I made this for a Hungarian pot-luck at my neighbors. It was just OK. I was assured that this was Hungarian alright, but I guess I didn't find it very exciting. I probably won't make it again unless requested.
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The Best Artichoke Chicken Buffet

Reviewed: Aug. 25, 2004
This is soo ymuuy! I made this a low-carb version (or just lower carb, depending on what "stage" you're on) by omitting the rice all together, and also the carrots. I added an additional can of artichokes to soak up the soup, since there was no rice. Tasty! I could have taken out the onions, but they add so much flavor to a recipe!
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Cardamom Meringues

Reviewed: Jun. 30, 2004
These were interesting. I guess I don't like cardamom enough to have it as a main flavor of anything. I'm used to cooking with it in asian/Indian dishes, used as a flavor enhancer. But I guess you can use any flavoring (mint, amaretto) and get great mereingues from it. Great for a low-carb snack if you have to prepare one for a pot-luck or something.
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Quick Chicken Divan

Reviewed: Jun. 30, 2004
This was quick and tasty. Excellent when you need something hearty and tasty but don't have a long time to make something. i.e., when guests are coming for dinner. Who doesn't like broccoli, cheese, and chicken?
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Baked Salmon II

Reviewed: Jun. 29, 2004
This was a good recipe, although not the best I've ever had. I had everything on hand, and some fresh caught salmon was given to me, so I gave it a try.
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