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Recipe Reviews 10 reviews
Country Apple Dumplings
Delicious.... I made this tonight... Just used half the butter sugar combo and half the Mountain Dew.... Also coated apples with cinnamon sugar prior to wrapping crescent triangles...Top was golden brown at 35 mins.... Spread a thin layer of the butter mixture to the top.... It was crunchy on top.... Not too gooey at the bottom... Apples were so soft... I also used peaches... Both were very good....

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Reviewed On: Dec. 30, 2014
Pecan Pie V
This is the most simple dessert to make ever.... And sooooo good... Baked it at 350 for 10 minutes, then 300 degrees for an hour.... Delicious... Lower temp for a bit longer time, is better.... To make it look more appealing... After 20 minutes taking it out the oven.... I made a chocolate glaze... Very simple... Melted 3 tbsp butter, 1/2 cup chocolate chips, added 1 tsp vanilla... brushed it on top of pecan pie, added more pecans, and wow... It looks like a pie from a 5 star restaurant... Just added whip cream when I served... And my bf was like... This is simply amazing... And I know I did a great job, if he tells me that he will bring it to work the next day.... Thanks so much for the simple yet absolutely Devine recipe....

13 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Oct. 25, 2011
Baby Back Ribs
Wow, this is so so simple and amazing.... I did NOT refrigerate overnight, I simply didn't have time.... All I had was 2 hours... I added adobo seasoning, and pepper, plus barbecue sauce. 2 hours in the fridge, then baked for 2.5 hours at 300 degrees... Removed aluminum foil, added barbecue sauce and broiled for 5 minutes. Just amazing, thanks for the recipe.... Nom nom nom....

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Reviewed On: Oct. 12, 2011

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