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Soft Gingersnaps

Reviewed: Apr. 2, 2011
these cookies are so delicious! The recipe makes alot, so I gave some to my in-laws, and some to my friends... I got phone calls asking for more!! I will definitely make these again and again love love love
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Sausage Casserole

Reviewed: Apr. 2, 2011
this is very tasty and a good thing to make when you have company over... I used hashbrowns as the bottom layer, and I use 8 or 9 eggs. very yummy it disappears fast!
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Blue Cheese Burgers

Reviewed: Apr. 2, 2011
these are aaamazing burgers! thanks for the great recipe, this one's a keeper! edit - I have made these as burgers lots of times, but the last time I made them, I made a few burgers for lunch, had left over meat so I made them into MEATBALLS and we had them the next night for dinner. added a egg and a bit of italian breadcrumbs so they would hold a bit better as meatballs, and fried them in the frying pan. served over linguine, a quality spag. sauce, garlic bread and salad. very tasty as meatballs!
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Delicious Ham and Potato Soup

Reviewed: Apr. 2, 2011
this soup is my new favorite soup!! I have made it probably 5 or 6 times now in the past 2 months... anyone I feed it to gobbles it up, says they are 'so full', but then asks for more, it's THAT GOOD! it gets thicker the longer it sits/the next day... I always double the recipe, because it gets eaten up FAST! This soup is delicious as is, don't change a thing. I usually saute the onions, celery, and potatoes until they are lightly browned, with some salt and pepper to taste, and a large pinch of thyme. It goes great with some chopped chives or green onion on top, and a slice of jalapeno havarti! Sometimes when I make this soup I omit the ham and use 6 spicy sausages. I chop them up while they are still frozen into bite size shunks, and brown them in the frying pan when I am doing the onions, potatoes, celery. The spicy sausage really adds a 'kick' to the soup! great soup for a cold winter day, it really hits the spot!!
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Mulligatawny Soup I

Reviewed: Apr. 2, 2011
this soup is awesome. I have made it over and over and over... I really like spice, so I add 3 tbsp's of curry, and I always add a dollop of sour cream on top, I think that is a must, it 'makes' the soup... when I first read the recipe ingrediants I thought the addition of apple was a bit weird, but whenever I make a recipe I always follow it exactly at first, then adapt it myself if I need to.. the little bit of apple in there (don't shred, do chunks) is delcious! while eating the soup, which is spicy, you get a bite of sweetness... all of the ingrediants work very well together... LOVE this soup.
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Italian Sausage Soup with Tortellini

Reviewed: Apr. 2, 2011
Yuuumm!
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Broccoli with Garlic Butter and Cashews

Reviewed: Apr. 2, 2011
my kids love this stuff, they ask for it often
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House Fried Rice

Reviewed: Apr. 3, 2011
easy to make and tasty
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Beef Bulgogi

Reviewed: Apr. 3, 2011
this is a great recipe! the meat comes out so tasty! I would suggest to not marinate overnight, but no more than a few hours. The soy sauce becomes overpowering, and the overall flavor quite salty. I marinate the meat for no longer than 3 or 4 hours. I made this with the 'house fried rice' recipe from user LMFB64 on this site, and just layed the cooked meat with spooned sauce over top.. really tasty! I used a sirloin tip roast. I have a butcher friend and he shaved it paper thin for me. will make again, recipe is a definite keeper!
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Special Buttercream Frosting

Reviewed: Apr. 7, 2011
I have used this a few times now, I love it because it's not too sweet, and it has a great consistency... easy to adjust to your needs as well, add a little this or that or tweak it however.. its a keeper
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Sam's Famous Carrot Cake

Reviewed: Apr. 7, 2011
I had the ingreg's for this recipe on hand and wanted to 'test' it for a possible cake for our big family easter dinner. I followed recipe exact, and it was AMAZING. I used a 9x13 pan and baked it for 45 min. used buttercream frosting.. my family devoured it! will make again in time for easter, and again.. and again.. edit July 22nd - this is my FAVORITE cake recipe from this site. I make it at least twice a month, and it never lasts long in my house! people BEG for it. sometimes in the icing I put some grated orange or lemon rind (start with 1/2 tsp, mix well, and go by taste from there).. a real compliment to the carrot cake flavor! I have this recipe memorized now, and I will continue to make it for years to come! bring it as a dessert to a dinner party, and it's always a hit.... people who normally don't even like carrot cake love this recipe... thanks so much for the awesome recipe keeper!!
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Prosciutto Wrapped Asparagus

Reviewed: Apr. 25, 2011
these are delicious and very easy to make... everytime I make them they are literally gone in a minute... good for when you have company over as a appetizer w/ drinks... I blanche them, and I usually use philly cream cheese onion & chive for the spread... I always get someone asking me how to make them, I have given out this recipe maaaany times!
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Awesome Spicy Beef Kabobs OR Haitian Voodoo Sticks

Reviewed: Apr. 25, 2011
I brought these camping! I had marinated the meat overnight, and the morning before we left I added the veggies (yellow peppers, red spanish onion, mushrooms, ect.) on the skewer and drizzled the juices/sauce over each skewer and wrapped them in Reynolds heavy duty foil. put them in the cooler and got to our camping spot... by the time we set up camp, wandered around and lit the fire, we were STARVING. I put these on the fire over red hot coals and had my boyfriend flip them over every 2 or 3 min. while I made some rice in the pot (Sidekicks - chinese rice) .. I also brought along some garlic nan bread from my local bakery, and we threw a few slices of that over the grill on the fire as well... when it finally came time to eat OooOmmmggggg was this goooood! my boyfriend and his brother inhaled them, and with the addition of rice and the nan bread, it was very delcious! I took all of my meat/veggies off of the skewer and mixed it in with my rice and jsut spooned it onto my bread and ate 'indian style'... the coronas helped wash it all down! caution - this is SPICY. I like spice and this was even a *bit* much for me. next time I might only add 1 tsp of the cayenne, or some brown sugar to mellow out the cayenne... I'll be making this again verys oon on the home bbq, thanks for the great recipe!
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Chili I

Reviewed: Apr. 25, 2011
this was good, but it lacked something...(??) ate half, the other half is in my freezer.. not super impressed, going to try another recipe to find my 'keeper' .. but still a good one.
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Heavenly Chocolate Mousse

Reviewed: Apr. 26, 2011
this was delightful! I made this for our dessert when we had some company over for dinner... made that morning so it sat in the fridge all day. I melted the chocolate slowly in a saucepan on the stove on very low heat, stirring constantly. I had my big mixing bowl chilled in the freezer, so I used that for when I whipped the whipping cream. I whipped it on the 'high' setting for at least 8-10 min, not stopping once. I then seperated the egg yolks, and whisked it in a bowl with the sugar and some cold coffee, and a 'dash' of vanilla like others suggested (omitted the water), before adding it to the pot so the yolks didn't turn scrambl-y on me. I whisked it on med-high continuously and it became a frothy mixture (smells goood! with the coffee and the sugar and vanilla). I then added the choc. to it, stirrred well, then put the saucepan in my fridge for 5 min., came back, whisked it some more.. put it back in .. put some laundry in the dryer, came back, whisked it again, then added it to the whipping cream bowl and used the beaters on high for another few minutes... flufffyyy! come dessert time I put the mousse into martini glasses, sprinkled some icing sugar lightly overtop, and put a few raspberries ontop of each glass with some chocolate mint leave things I had in the freezer. my company was super impressed with the mousse, and the presentation. and it was easy!!, just follow some key steps as others mentioned :))))
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Lumpia (Shanghai version)

Reviewed: Apr. 26, 2011
I had a very good friend from Thailand who made these for me once. I begged her to make me some more and she made me about 50 of them, that I kept in my freezer and pulled out whenever... she has since moved away and I lost touch with her, but I stumbled upon this recipe (yay!)... I used a Lb of ground beef, and a Lb of ground pork. I followed the recipe exact, but I added 2 tsps. of sesame seed oil, for that nutty flavor, and also added some bean sprouts to the meat mixture as well (because I remember the ones my friend made had bean sprouts in them), and it adds a extra 'crunch'. this is a very good recipe. can't wait to make these again but I will make sure to save enough to stash in the freezer for a quick appetizer ;)))
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Devil's Steak Sauce

Reviewed: Apr. 26, 2011
this was good and easy to make.
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Jamie's Cranberry Spinach Salad

Reviewed: Apr. 30, 2011
this is so tasty, I have made it many times. goes great with pork, but any meat really... I usually use some feta or some blue cheese, have used crumbled goat's milk cheese, ect. .. I just sprinkle it ontop of the salad ... I use pine nuts, they have more of a nutty flavor, but that's just preference. you can't go wrong with this one if you want a nice, presentable salad for your table :)
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Mom's Cucumber Salad

Reviewed: Apr. 30, 2011
I use a bit less mayo then called for, I also do the salt trick with the cucumbers, if I have time. fresh, chopped dill is a must.
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Maple Dill Carrots

Reviewed: Apr. 30, 2011
so easy to make.. a great veg sidedish.
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