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Diego's Special Beef Stew

Reviewed: Mar. 9, 2014
Good basic starter recipe. Needs to be adjusted to taste and veggies can be added to or changed. OH BTW If you think red wine and red wine vinegar are the same.....Oh my 1/4 cupmust of been quite strong.
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Lana's Sweet and Sour Meatballs

Reviewed: Mar. 11, 2013
First of all if you don't like sweet and sour this recipe will not be liked. Spice it up with chili flakes if you like hotter. If you want a little less sweet don't add ketchup! Try taking out a bunch of or all the sugar. You can add more flavor to the meat balls like a bit extra soy sauce or Spike seasoning but should concentrate, imho, on the sauce flavor as that is really the point of the recipe.
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House Fried Rice

Reviewed: Jan. 25, 2013
As the submitter suggested, use what you have and like. I just eliminated ham and carrots and of course had rice in fridge for 24 hours. Missing this step lost one point but if half points were given would of done that. Love recipes that are easy to adapt as I almost always change them to our tastes anyway.
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The Very Best Burgers!

Reviewed: Jun. 27, 2012
Basic recipe is good and is mostly the one I use all the time. Potatoes was new to me but interesting. As far as the blue cheese, if you like blue cheese, use no more than half. If you have another cream dressing, use that..at half amount. Think will stick to using Bar-b-q sauce with a few drops of liquid smoke instead
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Inwood Hamburgers

Reviewed: Apr. 29, 2012
Finally! After many years living in USA ...a popular and good tasting hamburger where the meat has flavor added. Canada has had similar tastes for a long time but we were accused of making meatloaf sandwiches, not hamburgers. Add some liquid smoke to this recipe for a real awesome tast. Long may you run!
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Kids Favorite Meatloaf

Reviewed: Sep. 30, 2011
The recipe is fine but can use rolled oats, cracker crumbs, or bread crumbs instead of cereal squares. They all are basically to hold the spices/flavor in. Oatmeal you need to let sit and soften awhile longer. Side note - This may be called Kids Favorite Meatloaf but for the last 50 years , I have called them hamburgers. (Canadian thing) Did not know hamburgers any other way till trip to USA and tasted a hamburger at BBQ and various restaurants. Spit it out as they don't put flavor into meet, just flavor from condiments
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Potato Klubb (Norwegian Potato Dumplings)

Reviewed: May 8, 2011
This can be an aquired taste but there is a couple of things to make it likeable for more people. There is no"authentic "recipe It depends on region'and family tastes. We called it Kumle. Not a meal for calorie counters as was meant more for people in cold climates who needed them. First, most of taste will come from broth. Instead of just ham we use, beef sausage, garlic sausage, pork sausage, garlic, onion etc. Once this broth has boiled meat well, remove the meat and MAKE SURE broth is bubbling before carefully adding the dumpling or they may tend to fall apart. Oh we also add a well peppered piece of light cooked bacon or salt pork to center of dumpling Serve dumpling and meat with lots of butter and pepper to your taste. Next day, cut up & fry up left over dumplings and meat - very good
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Barbequed Hamburgers

Reviewed: May 8, 2011
Very close to what I do, except like to have less ketchup and more barbeque sauce plus add an egg. After living in USA for a few years learned that more tend to like bland beef and add taste where as us Canadians tend to like more taste in meat as well So yes it a bit more like a meatloaf but still grills up nice
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