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Waffle Sandwich with Cheese, Spinach and Spicy Mustard

Reviewed: Feb. 19, 2015
A fun change for a sandwich. I made mine as written, and added some ham slices to DH. The cheese did make a mess in the waffle iron, but I was expecting that. Thanks Desiree, for sharing. Served this with 'Yummy Cheese Fries' and 'Spicy Fry Sauce' from AR and a tossed salad. Not a light meal, but one that we enjoyed.
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Caroline's Firecrackers

Reviewed: Feb. 17, 2015
I tried really hard to like this candy as I liked the idea of hot & spicy and the coolness of the white chocolate. I took this candy to 3 different places and it wasn't well received at any of them. Many, many people tried it, but the reaction was pretty much the same - 'it's different, but one piece is enough'. I really liked the ease of making it and how pretty it presents. I'm not sorry I tried it and I thank you Caroline for sharing your unique recipe. I'm glad so many other people enjoyed it!
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Marinated Macaroni Salad

Reviewed: Feb. 17, 2015
A nice change for pasta salad. I had leftover mini penne pasta and it worked great in this recipe. I made up half the dressing amount and used an orange bell pepper, as that is what I had on hand. I decreased the sugar, just a tad, and the dressing was great. The dressing alone would be great on a tossed salad. Definitely a salad I would make again, as it is something different, and we like different. Served it with a bowl of spicy chili and we enjoyed the mixture of spice and sweet.
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Serbian Ground Beef, Veggie, and Potato Bake

Reviewed: Feb. 15, 2015
The meat, vegetables and seasonings in this dish are fantastic. The potatoes added nothing to the dish, in my family's opinion. Our son came for lunch the next day and reheated the leftovers. He too loved the meat mixture but wondered why I added the potatoes. We all thought the meat portion would be wonderful in a lettuce wrap as it has a lot of flavor. This dish does say comfort and it paired nicely with 'Creamy Spiced Coleslaw' from AR.
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Creamy Spiced Coleslaw

Reviewed: Feb. 15, 2015
Very good coleslaw. I mixed up the dressing in the morning, giving it all day to meld. I then added fresh cut cabbage, shredded carrots, and green onions to mixture about an hour and a half before dinner. The results were a delicious slaw that I will be making again. It paired nicely with 'Serbian Ground Beef Veggie and Potato Bake' from AR. Thanks Wilemon, for sharing your recipe.
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Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Truffles

Reviewed: Feb. 14, 2015
Recipe Group Selection: 07, February 2015 ~ These were an easy treat to make and share with many people. Everyone liked them, but I personally didn't care for them. I should have gone with my instincts and used 1/4 cup less flour. The mixture was very thick to mix and I finally had to finish mixing with my hands. I rolled in to 36 balls and froze. They were very easy to dip and add sprinkles for Valentines Day. I used part of them for my Girl's Night Out treat and boxed the rest for friends and neighbors.
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Pecos Pasta

Reviewed: Feb. 14, 2015
This was a good meatless dinner. I used all the ingredients, just served it differently. Because my DH isn't a huge fan of meatless, I added an extra can of chili beans to give the dish extra substance. Not exactly sure about the beans, I bought a can of Bush's® Chili Magic (15.5oz) and Brooks® Chili Beans (15.5 oz)and used the listed amounts of all the other ingredients. Because our 2-yr. old niece was eating with us, I had to use mild beans, otherwise I would have bought hot beans. I didn't mix the cooked pasta in the dish as I knew there would be leftovers. So instead, I served the beans mixture over mini penne pasta. This is how I would do so, again. I pulled a small portion out for our niece and then added cayenne pepper to ours. I thought the non-cayenne pepper was good but we really enjoyed the spiced up version. Cottage Cheese, fresh strawberries and French bread were served with the dish. We have plenty of leftovers for lunch today.
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Grandma Rita's Soft Butter Rolls

Reviewed: Feb. 11, 2015
Lela - these rolls are FANTASTIC! One of my biggest thrills from being on AR is What's for dinner, mom?('s) assistance in helping me overcome my fear of using yeast. With her guidance, I've made many yeast recipes, including your recipe. The first time I made them, I forgot the salt. Not one person noticed and every roll was gobbled up, but I knew something was a tad off. The second time I remembered it and I noticed instantly the difference in taste. This is a very simple recipe to follow and super easy to make with my KA mixer. They make wonderful hamburger buns and next time I'm going to try hot dog/brat buns. Thank you for taking the time to share your grandmother's recipe. It is a keeper!
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California Coleslaw

Reviewed: Feb. 10, 2015
What a beautiful and colorful coleslaw, and it taste great, too! I mixed this up in the morning and we had it 12 hours later. It was very well blended and we enjoyed it with 'California Tortilla Pizzas' from AR. I used 2 TB sugar and 1/4 cup of oil and that was perfect for us. My salt was Lawry's® Seasoned salt-free as we are watching our sodium intake. This slaw has wonderful flavoring and with all the colors it makes a great presentation.
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California Tortilla Pizzas

Reviewed: Feb. 10, 2015
My DH and I loved this simple and quick pizza for a 'Meatless Tuesday' dinner. I used green and orange bell peppers, as that is what I had on hand and Roma tomatoes as they are less juicy than a regular tomato. This came together very quickly and would be an easy pizza to change to toppings of your choice. You could customize this with anything you like on a pizza. It is best to eat it right away as the tortilla does get soggy in the middle rather quickly. I paired this with 'California Coleslaw' from AR and we had a very colorful meal with all the veggies. Great recipe Brent, thanks for sharing.
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Broccoli and Cauliflower Salad

Reviewed: Feb. 8, 2015
Loved how simple this recipe is to put together. The dried basil in the dressing was new to me. I had a small portion of cauliflower and broccoli left, so I adjusted the other ingredients. Because I knew we would have leftovers, I added the croutons to the individual salads before serving. By doing so, the salad was still fresh the next day and additional croutons were added. I love how much this taste like 24-hr layered lettuce salad, but made and eaten the same day. I will definitely be using this recipe again. We had this salad with 'Buffalo Chicken Calzone' another AR recipe. Thanks for sharing, SFORD1024
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Buffalo Chicken Calzone

Reviewed: Feb. 8, 2015
Recipe Group Selection: 31, January 2015 ~ My DH and I really enjoyed this calzone. I changed my cooking method to baking the chicken, as Christina did. I baked the chicken the day ahead and reheated on the stove top with the butter and buffalo sauce. We like celery with our buffalo dishes, so I made half the calzone as written and the other half I added diced celery to the chicken mixture. When I make this again, I will add celery to all of it. This is very filling and lasted us for 2 dinners with enough leftover for DH lunch. Great recipe that I will make again. Served 'Broccoli and Cauliflower Salad' from AR with it.
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Pat's Baked Oatmeal

Reviewed: Feb. 5, 2015
Trying to get more oatmeal in our diet, I decided to try baked oatmeal. I'm not sure what I was expecting.....but this is good. It bakes up like a cake, only is quite heavy. I made it with black raspberries rather than the blueberries as they are my DH's favorite. I heated my piece in a bowl and added milk and DH heated his and added some butter. I halved the recipe and it made an 11 x 7 pan. It is a nice alternative to cooked oatmeal that I would make once in a while.
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Mom's Turkey Sausage Patties

Reviewed: Feb. 5, 2015
Yes! A sausage recipe that is super easy to make, made with ground turkey and my DH really liked it! He is not a big fan of ground turkey, so I just didn't tell him that I had made the sausage, until we had eaten it all. He was quite surprised that I made sausage and even more surprised when I told him it was ground turkey. I read many reviews on this, and used the spice amounts listed above, but only used 1-pound of the meat. I also added 1 TB of pure maple syrup. I mixed it with my hands to make sure the spices were evenly distributed and let it rest overnight, in the refrigerator, for the flavors to blend. I then formed 7 patties and browned in the skillet. I did poke a hole in the middle of the patties before browning as it helps the meat to not shrink. It worked like a charm. This recipe is a keeper.
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Pickle-Juice Bread-Machine Bread

Reviewed: Feb. 4, 2015
We LOVED this bread, and I don't even really like pickles! I only eat them on a cheese toastie and a hamburger - nothing else. But, this recipe has intrigued me since I first saved it. I had to make this with my KA mixer and a bread pan as my bread machine will not make a loaf this size. I let the KA do its thing, and then I formed a loaf and let it rise in a bread pan for 1 hour. Knowing that this would be a very heavy loaf, I added 1 TB of yeast and 1 TB of vital wheat gluten to make it a little lighter. It baked at 400° for 22 minutes, but should have baked for about 25-26 minutes. I am taking the rest of the loaf to school to share with co-workers and play 'guess the ingredient'. Lucky for me, I have a huge jar of pickle juice to make this recipe again. (The benefits of running the school concession stand.) We enjoyed this bread with 'Better than Zuppa Toscana' from AR. I will not hesitate to share this recipe. It is a keeper in our house.
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Better than Zuppa Toscana

Reviewed: Feb. 4, 2015
Very good version of this recipe. We had not tried it with the sour cream instead of heavy cream.....and the sour cream worked nicely. I think you could also make it with plain yogurt and get the same wonderful results. I had a lot of baked potatoes in the fridge, so I used those rather than raw potatoes and subbed spinach for the kale, because I had it on hand. This soup was so good and filling on a very cold, snowy, and blowing Indiana winter night. We enjoyed 'Pickle-Juice Bread-Machine Bread' from AR with this soup.
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Mediterranean Fried Rice

Reviewed: Feb. 3, 2015
Recipe Group Selection: 24, January 2015 ~ A different twist on Fried Rice. I made the rice in the morning and refrigerated it, all day. I like the texture of fried rice using cold or frozen rice. It doesn't get soft/mushy when using cold rice. In place of the frozen spinach, I had fresh on-hand and I used it. It does wilt very quickly once added to the pan. The feta cheese was a really nice finish to the dish. I enjoyed this more than my DH, but that is okay, as it reheated nicely for my lunch the following day. I enjoyed it as a side for dinner, but really enjoyed it for my lunch. Not too heavy, just a nice light lunch. Thanks Terry Inskip for sharing your recipe.
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Twelve Minute Pasta Toss

Reviewed: Feb. 3, 2015
This is a very nice, quick, simple and delicious dinner. I had chicken that I had previously cooked in the freezer. I did sauté it like the recipes call for and it worked great. I didn't have rotini pasta on-hand, but I did have small extra-fiber shells. By using the shells, all the diced sun-dried tomatoes disappeared in to the shells, but the taste was still there, just not the color. I took Marianne's advice and saved my pasta water. Once stirring everything together, I added about a cup of the pasta water to the dish for a little more moisture. I liked how quick this dinner, along with a tossed salad came together. The fresh grated Parmesan cheese was a nice touch to finish off the dish.
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Kentucky Beer Cheese Spread

Reviewed: Jan. 29, 2015
I suggested this recipe to a friend on thebuzz, today. I don't usually make recipe suggestions that I haven't tried. The longer I thought about this today, I just knew I had to make it, as I knew the men in my family would love. Well, I was correct. It says: "Spread tastes best when refrigerated overnight to blend flavors, but it can be served right away if needed." Well, it wasn't needed right away, but that didn't stop my DH from chowing down with a few pretzels. I took a bowl out to my dad and he liked it also. I told them both to wait until tomorrow or Sunday (Super Bowl) and it would taste even better. I'm taking a larger bowl down to my son in Tennessee to enjoy, and I have no doubt he will like it, also. I used a Yuengling® Amber Beer for the flavoring. Can't wait to give this cheese dip a try on Sunday! (Super Bowl XLIX (49) New England Patriots vs. Seattle Seahawks)
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Avocado Cookies

Reviewed: Jan. 29, 2015
What a surprise find! I was looking for a different cookie and ran across this unique ingredient cookie. I happened to have one avocado that I needed to use it or lose it. I made it as written, but did dip the tops in turbinado sugar before baking. Using my small (3-bites for me, 2-bites for DH) cookie scoop, I got 74 cookies from a single batch. That is enough to share with several people. The cookies took 9 minutes in my electric oven and baked up crispy on the outside and nice and soft on the inside. The flavor is very gentle with this cookie, kind of reminds me of a sugar cookie. Definitely not an avocado, but kind of like a creamy texture of an avocado. I know that sounds really weird, but they are very good and you should try them for yourself to really understand what I'm trying to explain.
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