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Fluffy Pancakes

Reviewed: Feb. 11, 2012
They came out great. I made the full recipe for breakfast for my girlfriend and we finished them all. Topped with tiny piece of butter and some raspberry preserves. I used powdered milk and water for my milk, with unfiltered Apple Cider Vinegar(Braggs.) I didn't have any white vinegar and usually sub ACV(it is good for you!) when a recipe calls for white. I didn't read any reviews prior to doing this and now that I have next time I will try putting some vanilla in and letting the batter rest after its mixed, as well as using less butter in the batter. Thanks for the great recipe. Gave 5 stars because it was easy and I imagine it can only get better.
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Debdoozie's Blue Ribbon Chili

Reviewed: Mar. 19, 2012
This recipe is great! I have made it maybe 10 times. Every time it comes out great. Easy to change to your taste buds. I use ground turkey and spicy Italian sausage, a whole onion, garlic and a can of chili beans with whatever goes in the can. I just put it all in our stew pot all clad thingy. It's 8 am ATM and i can't wait for tonight it will be so good! I pair it with homemade cornbread(the neelys cornbread muffins) but i can't wait to have it with french fries and cheese!. Thanks for the wonderful Recipe.
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Teriyaki Chicken

Reviewed: Mar. 7, 2011
This is a good recipe. I used chicken breasts, sliced and marinated over night, then I pan fried with a little bit of veggie oil. I recently learned that Mirin is whats used in authentic Japanese teriyaki. It is basically a honey rice wine, so you can substitute sake and honey or sugar. I'm cooking for myself this week so I'll be making this maybe 3 more times at least with some rice and brocolli. I love onions so I like to add onion powder to the marinade. And you definitely need some sort of acid with any marinade, sake, lemon, rice wine vinegar... whatever you like! You can use the left over marinade to make a delicious teriyaki sauce in a sauce pan.
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