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BBQ Country Style Ribs

Reviewed: Jun. 22, 2010
perfect & easy- followed directions exactly & they came out even better than I expected! It's a keeper! We used less than half a bottle of bbq sauce, just brushed & coated the ribs and they were great! You can totally taste the garlic & lemon infused in the meat, so good! My 3 year old loved them too!
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Beefy Cabbage Stew

Reviewed: Jun. 12, 2010
I have to say, I was skeptical when I read over the ingredients since most of it was canned. This one really knocked it out of the park. It was so easy and so tasty, not to mention hearty & healthy. The only change was that I substituted Jimmy Dean hot sausage instead of hamburger. It turned out perfect, just the right amount of spicy. I also had to make my own greek-style seasoning since I couldn't find it in the store. I used a recipe I found on allrecipes.com. I will totally make this again especially for company since it makes so much and is so easy. We took half with us camping and it was better re-heated a few days later! This is a good way to impress people.
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Bottom Round Roast with Onion Gravy

Reviewed: Jun. 4, 2010
This was a just as advertised for me (I didn't have any problems with it being dry or too tangy). I used my enameled cast iron Dutch oven and started this on the stove top with lid on. Layered with onions then seasoned meat on top, tried rice-wine vinegar. After about 90 minutes on stove top & reading more reviews on here, I decided to add some sprigs of fresh rosemary & a small baggie of peeled baby carrots - also wanted to check to see how much liquid was in there, and there was plenty just from the onions & meat. Then I put it in the oven at 300 for another 2-3 hours until it was browned on top & onions had melted down & meat was tender (I did not brown/sear the meat first as I had no time with little rugrats at my sides). I then pulled the meat out & put in a large serving bowl instead of platter & scooped up all the onions & carrots into the bowl & let it all rest together while I prepared the gravy from the bits on the bottom of the pan. I really think that all the juices from the veggies kept the meat moist so I was glad I used a bowl instead of a platter in this case. I added only a few shakes of garlic powder & a TBSP or 2 of soy sauce to the gravy along with the water & flour. The gravy was awesome, and it all turned out great! Easy & makes lots of left overs. It's a keeper for sure!
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