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Maranatha! Mark


Maranatha! Mark
 
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Recipe Reviews 5 reviews
Dump Cake III
Good cake, but not really a "Dump" cake. 'Dumping' the ingredients into a bowl and mixing, is the way I make all my cakes... unless they are a "Dump" cake. Dump cakes generally involve putting a one or two things like fruit, nuts or chocolate in the bottom of a pan, pouring or "Dumping" a commercial cake mix on top of the 1st ingredients and baking. I gave it a 3 star rating because it really isn't a Dump cake, in my opinion.

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Reviewed On: May 23, 2014
Touchdown Chili
Wonderful recipe! I did make a little change though. I used sea salt and ended up doubling the salt, but start with the salt called for then adjust to taste, after an hour of cooking. I also put a bay leaf per 2 pounds of ground beef. I didn't use the beer, but used water in it's place and it was great that way. I also used extra lean ground beef - 93% lean, and I used about a 1/4 cup of Extra Virgin Olive Oil to brown my ground beef, onions and garlic. When you use Olive Oil and extra lean beef you have very little grease to skim when you save the left-overs in the frig! I used Lousiana Hot Sauce for my hot sauce, and it gave it a very nice warm after taste while not blisting you. Of course you can load it up with various hot sauces to turn the heat up, if you like to suffer when you eat chili! Overall, one of, if not the best chili I have eaten, PERIOD!

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Reviewed On: Nov. 14, 2012
Italian Dressing Mix
Leave the salt out, as some others have suggested, then add to taste... if desired. But the best way to use the mix is to make what I call an "Italian Balsamic Vinaigrette" Also subst. Stevia for the sugar, in the recipe. I prefer the Colavita brand Balsamic Vinager, and Colavita Extra Virgin 1st Press, Cold Press Olive oil. This is the "Heart Healthy" version. This is a wonderful dressing for about any salad.

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Reviewed On: Jul. 2, 2012
 
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