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Double Chocolate Brownie Cake

Reviewed: Jan. 1, 2010
I actually have made this recipe before, it was titled Chocolate Chocolate Chip Cake. I like to call it BonBon Cake because it is GOOD GOOD!! I have also used a white cake mix, vanilla pudding and butterscotch chips, but you have to be sure to coat the butterscotch chips with flour as they sink to the bottom of the pan!
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Slumgullion

Reviewed: May 20, 2010
Our family has been making this for generations. I'm from New England stock, we call it "goulash" only we don't add garlic or mushrooms, it's very basic and I love the tomato-iness of it. We always make enough to have leftovers, it's one of the few things we eat with plain white bread and butter just like when we were kids. My granddaughter devours this and would eat it every day if she could!
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Chip Dip

Reviewed: May 31, 2010
I always use worchestershire sauce in my onion dip! A suggestion, if you don't have fresh onion, dried chopped onions are great in this! I also use half sour cream and half cream cheese in mine. If you use the dried onion, make at least 1/2 hour before serving to give the onions a chance to reconstitute!
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Pretzel Salad

Reviewed: May 31, 2010
We love this, I have taken it to many pot-lucks, we generally don't use it as a dessert, it is usually a side dish, but it is delicious enough to be dessert! It's imperative that you use the strawberries when frozen, they will soft set the jello, otherwise you will have cream cheese mixed in with your red jello! It's usually not really pretty on the top but I top mine with whipped topping and a few fresh strawberries.
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Baked Coconut Shrimp

Reviewed: Sep. 29, 2010
I've been frying these little bugs for years, thanks for the awesome alternative! I can appreciate the lower calorie count too! For dipping, I use 2 parts orange marmelade mixed with 1 part ranch dressing and a dash of hot sauce. (try it, you'll be hooked)
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"Chinese" Pie

Reviewed: Nov. 5, 2010
Always popular! Comfort food with a capitol "C"! I have been making this as a weeknight meal for 30+ years!
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Microwave Popcorn

Reviewed: Nov. 7, 2010
I have been doing this for years only I don't use any fat! I use 3 tablespoons of popcorn and toss it in the brown bag, my microwave pops it in 1 min. 35 seconds. Once popped I lightly spray it with nonstick cooking spray which makes the salt stick better. I also use extra fine salt. No butter needed, it's delicious and only 90 calories for a very large serving!
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Chex® Muddy Buddies® -- Gluten Free!

Reviewed: Nov. 10, 2010
My recipe for this is called "White Trash" and it is mixed in a brown paper grocery sack. Put cereal in sack, add the melted chocolate/butter/peanutbutter mixture. My recipe calls for a cup of peanuts and a cup of raisins (the best part, I think) and they are added on top of the chocolate. You roll up the bag and carefully "shake" the contents. Once all coated evenly dump in powdered sugar and shake until well coated. EASY CLEANUP
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Mini Southwestern Corn Pup Muffins with Fiesta Dipping Sauce

Reviewed: May 18, 2011
I have done this myself but using Jiffy corn muffin mix (my personal fave). I love the dipping sauce, I usually just mix ketchup and mustard together, but this sauce is much more fun!
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Easiest Slow Cooker French Dip

Reviewed: Sep. 10, 2011
This a great version of slow cooker beef, I prefer to season it myself and add canned beef consomme to the pot. I use a gravy separator to remove the fat, I found mine at a discount store for a buck! Pour the juice in and the fat rises to the top. The spout is on the bottom, you just pour the juice out!
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Tangy Slow Cooker Pork Roast

Reviewed: Sep. 26, 2011
The first time I made this I only had cider vinegar so I used that (it's a natural with pork anyway) my family raved about it, I'm not sure what people mean by it has no flavor, between the soy, the vinegar and the sugar it's a great balance. We just shred it up and serve it on rolls, the juice it makes is so delicious!
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Cream Soup Base

Reviewed: Oct. 5, 2011
This is a great base for so many soups. My favorite; cut back on the milk a bit and add sauteed onions, a good stout beer and shredded gouda!
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Ham Breakfast Braid

Reviewed: Oct. 10, 2011
This is an easy tasty dish, great for a brunch, you can personalize it easily, and I had no problem with the "braiding" directions. Thanks for sharing!
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Red Cabbage and Apples

Reviewed: Nov. 1, 2011
I had a half of a head of green cabbage and followed this recipe to use it up. I used apple cider instead of the water and used cider vinegar too. I added some fennel seeds, just cuz I like them, DELISH! Thanks for the great recipe!
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Glazed Apple Cookies

Reviewed: Dec. 19, 2011
K, so I made these cookies for Christmas and they were GONE in 3 days! I had to make a second batch to put in my gift baskets as we ATE them ALL!! They are like little delicious apple cakes! I made them just as written, the little chunks of apple cook in there beautifully, I would definitely NOT shred the apple as it would then disappear, I used Granny Smith, but I think any hard apple would be good. I glazed most of them but was heavy handed with it and ran out so a few just had powdered sugar, which was good as well!
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Pickled Red Beet Eggs

Reviewed: Aug. 6, 2012
I've been making these for a couple years, ever since I found this recipe, I actually use pickled beets with onions and add the sugar and vinegar to the pickle juice from the jar, it makes plenty to cover the eggs! If you keep your eggs for at least a week before boiling them, they will peel easier, fresh eggs don't peel well. Just be sure to use the old eggs for this!!!
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Fiery Fish Tacos with Crunchy Corn Salsa

Reviewed: Sep. 10, 2012
I LOVE fish tacos, I usually substitute plain greek yogurt for the sour cream, and I like to add black beans to the salsa. the jicama is a great addition, it gives a sweet crunch to the salsa! Excellent rendition!
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Puppy Chow I

Reviewed: Oct. 14, 2012
I've been making this for years, I actually start by putting the cereal right into the paper bag and add the chocolate mixture on top. I also add nuts and raisins as well. You have to shake it really well to get it all coated, then add the 10x sugar and shake it again, by the time you add the sugar, everything gets separated and it works great. Easy peazy clean-up! Great recipe to make with kids, no hot pans, no sharp utensils!
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Mom's Hot Dog Boats

Reviewed: Dec. 14, 2012
How can you not love hot dogs topped with potatoes and cheese? My mom used to add some minced onion to the potatoes but I prefer to add chives. The oniony flavor goes really well. I agree with a previous person that said you don't have to pre-boil the hot dogs. Great busy weeknight meal, just add a green veg or salad!
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Best Toffee Ever - Super Easy

Reviewed: Dec. 19, 2012
Classic toffee, or as some call it Almond Rocca. I was reading reviews about the butter pooling, I was taught by an old friend to stir constantly and keep stirring when it separates and once it comes back together that's how you know it's done! This is a great trick, you don't need to worry about a thermometer, I promise! It will be browned and perfect. It helps speed the process to use a large iron skillet as well.
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