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Recipe Reviews 37 reviews
Fried Cabbage with Bacon, Onion, and Garlic
Hubby is the fried cabbage person and liked it. To me the flavors were great but the texture way too mushy for my taste. I would have preferred to eat it w/o covering for the last 30. And I also would wait to add the cooked bacon until right before serving - I prefer my veggies n bacon crisp.

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Reviewed On: Jan. 20, 2013
Bill's Sausage Gravy
Very yummy!!! It wasn't blow me away good but it was one of the better sausage gravys I've made. I just used regular sausage. Not maple. I might try the spicy sausage next time

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Reviewed On: Dec. 30, 2012
World's Best Lasagna
This will be a long one - I have had this recipe in my box for two years but shied away because everyone said it was so time consuming. The hardest part - as with any lasagna is the layering - I kinda screwed this one up but it came out great. I didnt add any extra salt at all and went a little heavy on the seasoning. Except for the fennel - We dont like it so I added about 10 seeds to the meat when i browned it thereby giving it plenty of time to cook away. I used 1 1/4 lb of hamburg and 1/4 pound sausage (which has fennel) and the sauce was very very meaty - I think I might double the sauce next time and keep the meat the same. I added 1TBSP of sugar and it was a bit too sweet for my liking but not bad. I definitely had to go heavier on the herbs and spices for my taste but this was still a great starting point for the sauce and I think I ate a 1/4 of the sauce while it simmered for about 3 hours LOL. To me everything else you dont need a recipe for. I also used the no bake lasagna noodles and they work great!!!! I doubled the ricotta and would have added more mozzarella had I had any more on hand. It got rave reviews by the family and a friend who tasted the left overs. And the extra sauce was handy as we a re saucy people and used every bit.

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Reviewed On: Nov. 5, 2012
 
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