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S.O.P.P.

Reviewed: May 19, 2011
We make a variation of this often and my family loves it. It is very versatile and forgiving if you want to change up the seasoning or substitute the type of sausage or some of the vegetables.
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Barbecue Tomatoes and Feta Melt

Reviewed: Nov. 27, 2014
You could also use an aluminum foil pan so you won't mess up the dish, or just get one at a thrift store that you will keep just for this purpose, because you are seriously going to want to make it often!
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Lemon Thyme Chicken

Reviewed: Nov. 27, 2014
This is some restaurant-quality chicken, and this from a seasoned cook of many years. Bravo, Conner, for having such a wonderful flair for food at such a young age!
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Baked Denver Omelet

Reviewed: Jul. 6, 2013
Great recipe and great method. Just two of us here, so I bake this in four eight ounce ramekins and we eat two and have the other two for the next day. You need to do is microwave them covered about a minute each and make some toast and a side of fruit!
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Fresh Strawberry Cheesecake Pie

Reviewed: Sep. 14, 2012
I have been making this for YEARS and it is always wonderful. You can substitute the strawberries for peaches or raspberries or blackberries or blueberries or a mixture of any of these and change to the appropriate gelatin depending on what is in season. You can even use canned fruit (think mandarin oranges or pineapple). If you need it sugar free for a diabetic, splenda works very well, as does sugar free gelatin, but be careful measuring it because there is less of it (takes about half a package for one pie). I have even made it once with chopped cranberries sweetened with splenda in place of the berries and a bit of grated orange peel in the cheesecake part for a Thanksgiving or Christmas dessert... Splenda can make it sugar free quite well! It's very versatile and no one ever believes it is so easy to make. Use a graham cracker crust if you MUST, but a real deep dish pie crust is best! YUMMY!!!
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Grilled Turkey Reuben Sandwiches

Reviewed: Nov. 29, 2013
Delicious as posted, thank you!
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Applesauce Muffin Mix

Reviewed: Jan. 3, 2012
I was looking for a recipe to use up some apple butter we received as a Christmas gift and this looked like a good candidate. I made these per the recipe, as muffins, not a mix, with two substitutions: apple butter for applesauce and the spices, and spelnda for the 1/2 cup sugar since we don't use regular sugar -- hence the need to get rid of the apple butter in a creative way. Didn't put any on top, I forgot -- but they were DELICIOUS without it. I might play around with using olive oil for the butter, but they are five star as is. I will probably make up some jars of the mix, because my grandchildren will love them, especially if I toss in some golden raisins and/or chopped nuts-- and they will be great for my school club's fundraiser!
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Italian Baked Cannelloni

Reviewed: Aug. 15, 2011
This is a classic recipe -- I use jarred sauce ONLY if I have to, otherwise I take the time and do it right. The carrot onion and celery are classic additions and yes, do use real Italian sausage, it does make a difference. Just one additional note, if I can't find real "manicotti" shells (as they are called in the US even if that isn't correct, as manicotti are indeed the same type of recipe using crepes instead of pasta) -- I purchase a package of chinese egg roll wrappers and fill and roll them. You may need to trim them a bit, depending on your pan size. Don't cook first, just put them in the pan seam side down and proceed same as with the stuffed tubes. Careful getting these out, it is harder to get them out whole than with the tubes, but still wonderful.
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Classic Cherries Jubilee

Reviewed: Jun. 24, 2011
Try this with Breyer's new dark chocolate ice cream instead of vanille, OMG it is truly to die for!!
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Calabacitas con Elote (Zucchini with Corn)

Reviewed: Aug. 6, 2014
Excellent as written, even better if you skip the cilantro and sprinkle in about 1/4 tsp. cumin and for (or in addition to) the poblano pepper substitute a large jalapeno (seeded if you like so it won't be too spicy) and chopped, with the onions & garlic while sauteing in pan. We ate this as a main dish with four flour tortillas that I steamed one at a time over the simmering vegetables and buttered and stacked on warm plate. There are only two uf us and there were NO leftovers!
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Buttermilk Syrup

Reviewed: Jan. 5, 2013
I have made this recipe a LOT, long before I found it posted here, and have even made it in the last few years with Whey Low Sugar Substitute (don't try it with other sugar substitutes though, like Splenda or Nutrasweet -- it will NOT work!). There are two keys to it -- don't cook it ANY longer than absolutely necessary, just watch for the color and texture to change and remove it from heat IMMEDIATELY, then stir in the vanilla (not before or it will be bitter)and use a BIG pot or it will boil over and you will have a real mess on your hands. It should be light colored like caramel, not dark brown. And yes it does get hard when it is cold but you can warm it up in the microwave and it will remelt -- just keep an eye on it. Stores well for months in the refrigerator but portion it up in small jars as repeated heating will thicken it. Great stuff! Try it as a glaze for a cake or stir in pecans and use as a sauce for ice cream -- yummy!
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Striker's Potatoes O'Brien

Reviewed: May 1, 2013
Striker, are you married? Because if not I am pretty sure your cooking could catch you whatevever mate your heart might desire! These are GREAT -- WONDERFUL idea!!
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Roasted Vegetables

Reviewed: Nov. 11, 2009
The flavor of dried herbs is intense -- you should cut the amount by 2/3 if you substitute dried for fresh herbs in any recipe. I used fresh and this was wonderful as written! I wouldn't change a thing!
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Beef Fajita Marinade

Reviewed: Apr. 12, 2012
That is what supposed to be what fajitas taste like! This is an excellent authentic southwestern marinade! Really good flavor, thanks for posting the recipe, now I can make fajitas that TASTE like fajitas. There may need to be an adjustment to the salt, but please, do NOT use soy salt, use SALT!
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Fabulous Fargozas

Reviewed: Jan. 11, 2012
I made these for dinner tonight -- exactly as written but with fresh rosemary instead of dried -- and these have to be among the BEST muffins I have ever made. And I have made some great ones, I am a baker with over fifty years experience! I would be proud to serve this to anyone! Excellent recipe, breakfast, lunch or dinner!
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Lemon Zucchini Bread

Reviewed: Aug. 4, 2009
My grandchildren LOVED this -- even AFTER their Poppie told them that there was zucchini in it! It is very light and flavorful. I made it with half Splenda and half sugar because of dietary restrictions but it is still great! The second time I used lime juice and zest instead of lemon and it was absolutely amazing! Thanks for the great recipe!
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Hoppin' John With Greens - Slow Cooker Recipe

Reviewed: Jan. 1, 2013
This is a good basic Hoppin'John Recipe, and isn't hard to make, and if it is anything like others I have tried, will be even better tomorrow than today! Serve with good Southern cornbread (no sugar in it please) to sop up the juices! Thanks Tanya E!
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Irish Coffee Cocktail

Reviewed: May 1, 2013
This is straight from the Emerald Isle and should ONLY be made with Jameson's finest. Wonderful way to end a meal!
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Chicken Suiza Cornbread Bake

Reviewed: Dec. 27, 2011
I have been making this casserole forever... the only difference in this one and mine is that I use a mexican cheese blend instead of the monteray Jack cheese and always add a touch of chipotle chili powder (about 1/4 teaspoon) to the onions as they cook for the cornbread part, and I cook the onions in olive oil instead of butter. DO NOT use fat free sour cream, spring for at least lowfat... much better. After all this dish is NOT for watching your waistline. It also works well if you have a small family -- I cook for only two -- by putting it into 5 ounce custard cups and freeze the extras for later. It reheats very well in the microwave.
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Southern Biscuits with Mayonnaise

Reviewed: Sep. 30, 2009
I have been making biscuits by this recipe since I was in elementary school and it works every time if you do it right! You need to use SELF-RISING, SOFT WHEAT flour, which is not as commonly available elsewhere as it is in the South. Good brands are White Lily or Hudson Cream -- NOT a hard wheat flour like Pillsbury,
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