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Butter Pecan Cookies

Reviewed: Dec. 21, 2009
These cookies were absolutely delicious! I added an 8th of a cup of extra sugar and some chopped pecans to the batter and they turned out just perfect! I will be making them again for Christmas!
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Cranberry Orange Cookies

Reviewed: Dec. 21, 2009
A really wonderful, festive cookie. I've never baked with cranberries before, so I was really happy these turned out completely ace!! The glaze is definitely a must though. Without it they were good, with it they're fantastic!
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Mexican Beans

Reviewed: Jan. 14, 2010
Really delicious! Served this as a main part of the meal, not just a side dish. It went over really well. The only thing I changed was I used a can of red kidney beans instead of pintos, because I don't like them. I also added just a sprinkle of old elpaso taco seasoning to the mix as it simmered. It turned out so good!
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Vegetarian Penne

Reviewed: Sep. 17, 2010
A really lovely, delish, and simple dish! Any veg that you fancy can be added or taken out, and its so tasty no matter what you do! The only sub I did was twice the garlic, cause that's the way we like it, a little extra cream, and of course cheeeeese :) So good! Thank you for the recipe!
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Sausage, Peppers, Onions, and Potato Bake

Reviewed: Nov. 24, 2010
This was a delightfully different option to make for dinner when I was stumped. Very hearty and a nicely balanced meal. The only changes we made were to use honey garlic sausages instead of Italian because the only ones available were hot and we're not hot food people. I think different sausages would give this dish completely different flavours, which makes it very versatile! A wonderful recipe, thanks for sharing!
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Slow Cooker Turkey Breast

Reviewed: Nov. 24, 2010
We followed the advice of a reviewer and added some stock and veggies to the crock pot. This turned out very tasty! It was an easy and different way to prepare a nice healthy meat dish. I only give it 4 instead of 5 stars because I heavily modified the recipe, and it's very, very salty. Still delicious though!
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Vegetarian Moussaka

Reviewed: Nov. 24, 2010
So delicious! A very balanced veggie meal that will knock even carnivores socks off. My husband and sister, who both despise eggplant and zucchini, had double servings! It was very time intensive to make, and mine turned out a little wet, but it was so good that I am still giving it 4 stars.
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Vegetarian Cassoulet

Reviewed: Nov. 24, 2010
A tasty, very hearty winter meal. I soaked the navy beans over night and put them in the crock pot and cooked everything for 8 hours together and had no problem with beans not being cooked or running out of liquid. It turned out a very nice consistency. I did add some extra veggies, but nothing too interesting. I did find it a touch on the bland side, and next time I will try adding some wine to the broth. Very nice in the winter though, and I will definitely make this again.
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Slow Cooker Beef Barley Soup

Reviewed: Nov. 24, 2010
I love this soup! It was the first time I made anything with Barley and it turned out so yummy! I'm hooked now. The only changes I made was to use ground beef, because I had it on hand, and bouillon cubes reconstituted to make the broth. I think I did the bouillon cubes wrong though because it turned out saltier then the sea. I don't count that as a problem of the recipe though, that was my fault. So good! Thank you for sharing!
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Penne with Red Pepper Sauce and Broccoli

Reviewed: Nov. 24, 2010
Very yummy and interesting to have a red sauce with no tomatoes in it. A nicely balanced veggie meal that is very different from your standard boring pasta. Thank you for sharing!
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Kim's Eggnog Cheesecake

Reviewed: Jan. 1, 2011
I made this for a new years party and got rave reviews. I was told by a person who is obsessed with finding the best cheesecake in the world that this was it. The texture was amazing, the balance of flavours was great. The flavour of the eggnog was subtle enough that even people not crazy about it would still love the cake. The only adjustments I made was that I did not do a water bath, I put a pan of water underneath. I also increased the temperature of the oven to 300 in the last hour because I needed it to cook faster. I think at 200 it would have taken at least 4.5 hours to cook. I turned the oven off when the middle was still very wobbly, but left the oven closed for 2 hours. It cooked right through and wasn't overcooked. FANTASTIC!! Thank you so much Kim (BRIMAT143) for this excellent recipe!
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Halibut Supreme

Reviewed: Mar. 1, 2011
This was a very tasty, and quite simple way of making fish. I found that there was a very excessive amount of sauce, and the flavour of the mayonnaise was very strong. It was almost like the fish was just there to hold the sauce, not that the sauce was enhancing the fish. I might make it again, but I think I would half the amount of mayo, increase the ratio of sour cream, and increase the amount of lemon. Thanks for the recipe!
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Chili I

Reviewed: Mar. 12, 2011
The combination of the beer and coffee with the sugar in the broth of this chili is phenomenal. The cumin and chili powder, along with all the other spices give it a rich, full-bodied flavour that will knock your socks off. This here, is the makings of the best chili on earth. My customizations, and the reason I don't give it 4 stars is that it habitually turns out quite wet, so I add an extra can of tomato paste and just leave out the beef broth. I also tend to add some veggies to lighten up the very heavy chili and bean concentration. A zuchini, a carrot, a can of corn, an extra onion, nothing exotic. It just makes it a little healthier and a little lighter. Also, I have been told by my very carnivorous DH that it's better with the veggies.
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Veggie Pasta Minus the Pasta

Reviewed: Mar. 21, 2011
This was a great source of a tonne of veggies and very tasty to boot. The flavour is very mild though. Some parmesan cheese helped pick it up. A little more olive oil, double the herbs, and perhaps more wine, reduced would give it a stronger flavour? It is a very light meal. I would recommend some bread or something with it to give it a little weight or you might be hungry in an hour.
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Six Week Bran Muffins

Reviewed: Aug. 10, 2011
While it was really nice to be able to make myself a fresh muffin from my go-to fridge stash every morning, these certainly weren't the best muffins around. They were generically sweet with very little in the way of any other flavour and were an odd spongy texture. I assume it was from the lack of oil. I think with some doctoring, it could be a fantastic recipe, but these were merely "Good, I suppose". I found cooking them for less time at a higher temperature improved the texture somewhat.
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Quick Chicken Piccata

Reviewed: Mar. 28, 2012
I found this recipe on the front page today when I was completely at a loss for what to make for supper. I had chicken defrosting at home, so I started the video showing the preparation. It looked so easy, so I decided to give it a go. Wow, we were surprised. From such a simple base, add a rich-seeming sauce and this chicken was delightful. A simple, tart flavour went very well with our rice and steamed vegetables. My wife is counting calories, so she was initially concerned, but we dodged that bullet by drizzling the sauce over the chicken, rather than finishing it in the thickened sauce. Very pleased with how easy and tasty this recipe was.
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Roxie's Bran Muffins

Reviewed: Nov. 20, 2012
So. Good. Moist, light, and without that chewy texture some muffins get when you don't use oil. Delish!
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Sirloin, Pepper and Onion Skillet

Reviewed: Jan. 2, 2013
Quick to make, easy to get all the ingredients together and it works with any cream soup (we used Cream of Asparagus). We cooked the steak very rare initially to allow the jus to mingle with the sauce, which turned out very delicious. Definitely keeping this one in the recipe box.
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Chili-Lime Chicken Kabobs

Reviewed: May 7, 2013
This was absolutely delicious. Marinated for about 2.5hrs. Used about 1/3 tsp cayanne pepper and it was probably a "medium" heat. Grilled up some red onions, zuchini and pineapple to serve with it! Delicious.
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Short Rib Tsimmes

Reviewed: Apr. 25, 2014
I found a 3 lb bag of prunes in my pantry that I didn't know what to do with, so I went a-huntin' for prune cooking. I have no idea what a tsimmes is, but holy hannah it's sweet. Like, sweeter then anything I have ever made for desert. I have looked at a few other recipes for tsimmes and it seems like they are all very sweet, so maybe that is what it is supposed to be like? Either way, it was good. I used 3 large sweet potatoes instead of 4 and it was still a LOT OF SWEET POTATOES! It filled my crock pot as full as it has ever been. I would use only 2 next time. I would also leave out the honey. Those prunes and the sweet potato are so sweet already, you don't need the honey! The cloves were delicious, and the ribs turned out to DIE for. Unfortunately, due to the sweetness we will likely just pick out the meat and not enjoy the stew. Thank you for such an interesting recipe!
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