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Pan Seared Sweet & Sour Chicken

Reviewed: Mar. 24, 2014
The sauce is what makes this dish. amazing!
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Vegetarian Sloppy Joes

Reviewed: Mar. 22, 2014
This recipe did not taste good at all. Here is how I fixed it to make it edible; ~ extra tomato sauce (as others suggested) ~ 2 T chili powder ~ 1 T apple cider vinegar ~ 1/3 cup ketchup ~ extra dash of salt & pepper Also, Add the bell pepper when you add the onions, the bell peppers could use the extra cooking time for a softer result.
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Vegetarian Sloppy Joes

Reviewed: Mar. 22, 2014
This recipe did not taste good at all. Here is how I fixed it to make it edible; ~ extra tomato sauce (as others suggested) ~ 2 T chili powder ~ 1 T apple cider vinegar ~ 1/3 cup ketchup ~ extra dash of salt & pepper Also, Add the bell pepper when you add the onions, the bell peppers could use the extra cooking time for a softer result.
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Slow Cooker Huli Huli Chicken Wings

Reviewed: Mar. 2, 2014
My daughters favorite recipe. Throw in some cayenne for a little heat!
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Hawaii Five-O

Reviewed: Feb. 9, 2014
My husband loved this recipe as written but it was a little strong for me. I added a couple extra ounces of pineapple juice to dilute the alcohol. I also added a few drops of grenadine for color.
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Cream Cheese Penguins

Reviewed: Dec. 22, 2013
A few tips for a successful penguin assembly. For the penguin body take a jumbo olive and use the small "cross" on one end as a template for cutting. Use a sharp knife with a pointed tip and insert it into the "cross". Use the slot made from the pitting process as a guide for your knife and make your first cut. Follow the next tip of the "cross" to make your second cut. This will give an even 1/4 part to remove. I use a butter knife and regular cream cheese to fill the penguin bodies. Using a small amount on the tip of the knife it slides in quite easily. Use your finger to touch up where needed. For the heads it works best to cut narrow triangles. Insert them through the large hole end and the "beak" will pop out of the smaller hole. Use a toothpick to push through. The rest of the penguin is easy to assemble. Just made sure the carrot is nice and thick to create a sturdy base. A nice variation is to mince smoked salmon, fresh dill and a squeeze of lemon juice into the cream cheese before assembling.
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Holiday Pomegranate Mignonette

Reviewed: Dec. 9, 2013
If making this a day or two ahead, don't add the pomegranate seeds until just before serving. The vinegar will dissolve the seeds if you add them too early.
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Lemon Piccata Whitefish

Reviewed: Oct. 20, 2013
I didn't have any wine on hand so I used a cup of chicken broth instead. It was delicious. I'd like to make it again without so much butter but it really does make the sauce nice and velvety.
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Homemade Horseradish Sauce

Reviewed: Oct. 20, 2013
This recipe has the perfect balance of heat from the horseradish and cool from the sour cream. I make my own prepared horseradish from fresh root so it tends to be extremely hot! It worked perfect in this recipe. I served it with a Cabernet wine jelly so I omitted the chives but other than that the I follow the recipe exact. I also increased the recipe to 50 servings and the ratios held up. Great Recipe!
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Gazpacho

Reviewed: Oct. 1, 2013
Used fresh heirloom tomatoes and the flavor was amazing. I also don't like the texture of dried herbs so only used fresh. Made a couple of substitutions; cilantro instead of parsley and jalapeno instead of bell pepper. I like a kick! A drizzle of high quality olive oil at the end added a nice velvety texture.
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Foolproof Rib Roast

Reviewed: Oct. 1, 2013
I leave out the powdered garlic and poke fresh garlic into the fat before roasting. The chunks of roasted garlic makes for an amazing roast! I serve it with a creamy horseradish sauce, homemade au jus and cabernet wine jelly.
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Caprese Appetizer

Reviewed: Aug. 14, 2013
Using the highest quality ingredients and the peak of season will make this recipe shine. I like drizzling with a balsamic reduction and olive oil or basil pesto if ingredients aren't quite up to par.
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