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Peanut Butter Pie

Reviewed: Jul. 26, 2014
This pie is amazing! I used 3/4 cup pb and an oreo crust. At the bottom of the crust I put pb cups chopped up fine. Then after the whipped cream topping I sprinkle on more finely chopped pb cups and drizzled the Magic Shell Chocolate Fudge that hardens in a lattice pattern. I like to serve this frozen or nearly frozen. Devine!
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Quick and Easy Green Chile Chicken Enchilada Casserole

Reviewed: Feb. 4, 2014
These enchiladas were wonderful! I made them exactly by the recipe with these exceptions. I used 4 chicken breasts and cubed them into one inch pieces. I seasoned them well w garlic powder, onion powder, salt and bl pepper. Then I sautéed the cubes in 1 T butter and 1T olive oil. After removing them from the skillet I sautéed an onion cut into large pieces and a sliced bell pepper in the same skillet. After they were tender I sautéed 2 sliced garlic cloves. Then I shredded the chicken and added the sour cream and followed the directions. I felt like the veggies added texture, color and interest. After baking I added sliced gr onions, chopped cilantro and sliced bl olives. I made all this in two dishes...one for us and one to share. I served it topped w sour cream and salsa w homemade pintos and a salad w guacamole. Perfect!
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Chocolate Pound Cake III

Reviewed: Jan. 29, 2014
OMG! If this cake gets any better the second day I eat it, I will certainly float up to heaven! This is truly the best chocolate pound cake recipe I have ever made. (And I am constantly looking for the perfect chocolate pound cake recipe.) It has a nice crispy outside and a moist, tender, fudgy interior. I made it as written making sure to use room temperature ingredients. I added 3/4 cup semisweet choc chips to the batter at the end of mixing. I baked in a bundt pan on my convection setting at 300 degrees for 75 min. After I took it out I sat it on top a warm wet kitchen towel & cooled it for 20 min which helped it better release from the pan. Then I made a choc glaze over a low heat by using melted butter, canned milk, p sugar, choc chips and vanilla. After drizzling cake w the glaze I sifted p sugar over it. This cake is AMAZING!
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Simple Scones

Reviewed: Apr. 28, 2011
My daughter and I plan to have these with tea while we watch the Royal Wedding. We used a generous teaspoon of lemon zest and half cup of Craisins. Our initial tasting proved them to be wonderful!
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Honey Baked Chicken II

Reviewed: Dec. 8, 2010
This was great! I made it as published except halved the sauce for only 6 thighs. However, I wish I'd read the reviews first. Next time I will cut the butter down at least 50% and cover it for half the time so it doesn't get overbrown. Thanks for sharing!
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Southern Pulled Pork

Reviewed: Aug. 14, 2010
Wonderful! I used 1 cup of cider vinegar in the place of one of the cups of water. I have one of the old crock pots that doesn't get as hot as the new ones, so I'll cut down the liquid to 2 cups next time. For now, I'll use that delicious juice to make some soup!
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Soft and Chewy Peanut Butter Cookies

Reviewed: Apr. 21, 2010
These cookies were better than any other recipe for pb cookies I have ever tried, and I have tried many looking for just he right chewy texture. Having taught home economics classes I have just a couple of suggestions for my fellow cookie bakers. First of all, I never mix cookies with a mixer. I learned from experience to just use a wooden spoon to mix the butter and sugar and the rest of the batter. It makes a world of difference. Over mixing dissolves the sugar too much and makes the dough more runny. For this recipe I took another reviewer's advice and added 1/2 cup more of flour since the flour I use is presifted. Then since the dough was still quite soft, I put it out on waxed paper and created a roll in the waxed paper and froze it before slicing, rolling and baking. I made balls about 1 1/4" in diameter, and did not mash with a fork. I also baked at a higher temperature (375 degrees) for about 10-11 minutes b/c I like them to be crispy on the outside and little less done on the inside for the chewiness. My hubby and I LOVE these cookies! :-)
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