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Recipe Reviews 142 reviews
Carrot Souffle
I soft cooked 2 lbs of carrots I was meaning to par-boil. Then I found this recipe to use them fully cooked. What a pleasant surprise and a keeper. My family was pleasantly surprised by this casserole. The powdered sugar on the top is a very nice touch. I followed the advice of 1/4 cup brown sugar, 1/4 cup Splenda and added a teaspoon of cinnamon. Perfect.

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Dec. 28, 2013
Buddy's and Bubba's Homemade Dog Food
Mine is a 7 year-old, 20 lb. Japanese Chin/Papillion mix. She's been eating canned Wellness with a few pieces of chicken mixed in for years. She won't eat dry, crunchy food. While it took me hours to prepare this (triple batch), I have a great supply in quart size ziplock bags in the freezer. I omitted the cottage cheese, subbed canned pumpkin for the carrots, added flax seeds and, when serving, add yogurt. I did run the green veggies through the food processor. She's been on this new food plan for a week and loves it. I've been watching her for differences and what I've noted is that she is more perky and happy, and she now walks me instead of vice-versa. I wondered if it was my imagination until my neighbors pointed out the same changes. Her bm's are unchanged, but kind of green. Overall, I'm delighted with the results thus far and wish I had fed her this way from the beginning. Know in advance though, if you triple the batch as I did, you'll need some really big cookware and a free afternoon. The next time, I'll do a double batch and it will go a lot quicker. Good luck!

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Reviewed On: Dec. 16, 2012
Rhode Island Red Clam Chowder
I submitted this recipe about 10 years ago. I continue to make it often. I live a weak stone's throw from the RI border. Forgive me for not knowing that RI's chowder is clear, as I have never had it. I just assumed that the red was yours because every eatery, from the City to all along the coast, offers either red or white. This recipe is a quick and easy fix for the red. The tomato soup and sauce in the recipe is not the major player. It's the 46-oz can of clam juice, which is not always easy to find. Add just enough tomato sauce for color. Thanks JimD for your review. I have the same memories of the Shore Dinner Hall.

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Reviewed On: Dec. 14, 2012
 
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