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Sausage Casserole

Reviewed: Jul. 25, 2010
I used maple flavored sausage, 3 cups of O'Brien potatoes and since those had onions in them, I didn't add any extra. As far as cheese, I used a Mexican blend that was finely shredded... and since I took my eggs out of the carton, I didn't know if they were jumbo so I added one extra to the mix. This was DELICIOUS! I liked that every could top it with whatever they wanted. I used picaunte sauce, my husband his favorite habanero Tabasco sauce and my boys ate it plain. We will definitely make this again and am glad to have 1/2 for leftovers tomorrow morning!
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Baked Spiced Chicken

Reviewed: Jul. 8, 2010
It was okay. I added a little garlic but I still thought the paprika, too, was a little overpowering.
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French Toast I

Reviewed: Jul. 8, 2010
I made a loaf of homemade bread last night just to make French toast this morning since I didn't have any thick sliced bread available otherwise. I actually had to DOUBLE the recipe for the entire 2 pound loaf. I used 5 eggs total in the recipe (try to get a little more protein in for my non-egg-eating 5 year old). I didn't add the nutmeg but did add about a teaspoon of sugar and I used half and half for one half of the milk and the 2/3 for the other. I think it added a creaminess to the taste. I agree, too, with the heat being med-high it leaves a few spots a little more brown than I typically like but seeing that my husband ate 3 pieces, eldest son at 2 and my middle son ate 2, this is a keeper. those kind of "finishes" at breakfast time definitely is not something to balk at!
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Chicken and Dumplings III

Reviewed: Jan. 7, 2010
I am a first time C&D maker. I will have to say that I was a little surprised by this. It was quite good... though a few elements surprised me. Instead of boiling my chicken, I shredded a rotisserie chicken and used all chicken broth for a base. I used 1 cream of chicken and 1 cream of celery. I added a can of drained peas/carrots as well. The only element that really surprised me were the dumplings. I didn't care for them too much though I guess not knowing what to expect -- when you put the biscuits in the soup mixture they puff up... and then they shrink down to almost nothing. I used 1.5 cans of biscuits (since I had smaller cans--I think they were 7 or 8 oz containers) and it still didn't seem like much after they shrank down. Next time I'll definitely leave the biscuits in larger chunks. It was surprisingly good, however. I will make it again.
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Oven Baked BBQ Ribs

Reviewed: Sep. 7, 2009
I was hesitant about making these because I tend to prefer my ribs grilled and/or smoked and I was REALLY worried when I saw them just sitting in all that liquid. I used three packages of baby back ribs and doubled the sauce recipe (no onions on the 2nd batch of sauce). I took the first batch of sauce and took all the onions out and put them on the bottom of two foil grilling trays. I put sauce on top of that... then I started placing my ribs on that. I split some in singles and others in doubles. I did follow the 20 minute basting routine and agree with most everyone that after about 2hours they were nearly done so at that point, I lowered the heat to 300 and kept going. By the end the sauce was nice and thick and I actually was able to drain off the grease and put the sauce in a gravy boat and serve it next to the ribs. They were DELICIOUS! I am beyond impressed with this recipe and it will be made again. Another perk -- It makes your whole house smell DELICIOUS!
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Uncooked Banana Pudding

Reviewed: Sep. 5, 2009
This is light and fluffy and amazing. I have requests at all of our neighborhood pot luck functions to make this. The recipe is definitely a keeper!
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Simple But Awesome Lemon Pepper Pork Chops

Reviewed: Aug. 14, 2006
This was okay... I cooked it exactly as stated -- but the oil boiled out of the packets all over the bottom of my oven and stunk up the entire house. They were rolled tightly and sealed. I'd recommend putting them in a baking dish just in case this happens to you. It was okay, nothing phenomenal but easy enough.
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Weekend Brunch Casserole

Reviewed: Aug. 5, 2006
Super simple which is always a plus to me!
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Quick Chicken Cordon Bleu

Reviewed: Oct. 3, 2002
I actually pulled two recipes for this dish off of allrecipes.com to make. I will have to say, this was was by far way superior to any other that I've ever tried in the past. Can you believe I even went so far as to pan fry them in peanut oil -- (copy cat recipes from a well known restaurant). This was simple, VERY tasty, easy to prepare... Next time I will use a LITTLE more swiss cheese on the inside because they inevitably leak a little. Sprinkling a little parmesan cheese on top before serving adds a nice little touch. I served this with some asparagus with dijon cheese sauce and an apple/cranberry tart for dessert. Was fabulous! ;)
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Italian Wedding Soup I

Reviewed: Sep. 5, 2002
This recipe is absolutely WONDERFUL! I made it after visiting a local Italian food restaurant and wanting to duplicate what they had made. This is 10 times better! The meatball mixture makes more than enough meatballs but as I am a veggie lover -- I doubled the amount of veggies put into the mix. I give this one an enthuiastic two thumbs up.
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