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Doreen's Ham Slices on the Grill

Reviewed: Sep. 21, 2006
Yum. Careful...pending on the thickness of your slices, you may not need the entire grill time! Tasty and easy! Thanks Doreen.
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Macaroni Au Gratin

Reviewed: Sep. 21, 2006
Close to what my mom used to make for us...except she had some sort of ritz cracker topping sprinkled over the top....which I will do next time. I shredded the cheese and it worked well. After it cooled it became a bit thick, so I just added a dash more milk...perfect. Thanks Karen.
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Blooming Onion

Reviewed: Sep. 18, 2006
YUM. I ended up taking the easy way out and just made onion rings...yep lazy. I used two very big sweet onions and ended up having to double the flour mixture, which by the way I was worried about my 5 yr. olds little buds because of the cayenne, but he devoured at least 5 of them! Geez, I've not had a bloomin' onion in years, so I can't even compare, but this is a very tasty recipe, I will use this again.....can't help but wonder how it would be as a fish batter. Thanks for the recipe Joanne.
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Caramel Chocolate Corn

Reviewed: Sep. 17, 2006
Yummy!! Obviously if you don't like cracker jacks in the first place, it is unfair to give this recipe a poor rating because it is like cracker jacks. Sooo easy, with fantastic results, and quick clean up!! A few tips; have a spatula ready to get all of the caramel mixture into the bagged popcorn before it cools as it does cool quickly. Also I had to stir mine after microwaving because all of the popcorn did not get covered. I used my hot air popper to elimimate the seeds and also to get crispier popcorn (I love it made on the stove top with canola oil, but perhaps that is why it wouldn't be crispy??). Due to a chocolate shortage, I was only able to do half of the batch with the chocolate and found that we do like it better without it. Thanks for sharing you easy, yummy recipe Jen!!
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Mexican Chicken Soup

Reviewed: Sep. 14, 2006
YUM! I had a recipe similar to this, Sopa de tortilla, and I lost it, so I was glad to see this version. I made my own broth, with left over chicken roasters, so I merely added the taco season to the broth. I wasn't big on the avocado at the end (and I love avocado's) but the cheese & crushed chips are a MUST!! I also subbed green chiles for the celery, and next time I will add fresh jalapeno's. Great soup and thanks for the recipe Rillene.
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Egg Salad I

Reviewed: Sep. 13, 2006
Excellent recipe. Do double the mayo, and add celery, and do remember that red onions come in various sizes so keep that in mind while preparing this. For this I used probably just under 1/4 cup and used an equal amount of celery. I used honey dijon and fresh dill.....yummy. Excellent on whole wheat bread with a nice piece of romaine lettuce. The teens even ate this for breakfast before school! Thanks Margret!
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Scalloped Potatoes II

Reviewed: Sep. 13, 2006
I was looking for a last minute scalloped potato recipe and stumbled upon this.....mine turned out pretty good. After the initial "boil" in the oven, I gave it a good stir, and I had no problem with the consistancy. I did however think that this could use a lot more seasoning....as the recipe states "butter, milk and seasonings", which lists salt....hmmm. The seasonings that I used were; garlic and onion powders, cayenne, paprika, salt & most importantly white pepper. Great easy recipe Nancy.
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Inger's Spaghetti Sauce

Reviewed: Sep. 11, 2006
Nice easy sauce Inger. I make a sauce close to this but without the chicken granuals (and with pork & beef), and since I was using this to make chicken cacciatore, I was like "bonus"! It worked out fantastic, not only for the cacciatore, but for my daughter who won't eat my normal sauce because I add beef to it....she like it on her spaghetti tonight. I cut the oil down to about 2 tbsp. Don't be afraid to add the sugar...I use brown sugar (about 2 tbsp), as it does take the acidity from the tomatoes. Thanks for the easy recipe!
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Chuck's Come On Ice Cream (or Night of the Red Death) Chili

Reviewed: Sep. 10, 2006
This is definately better the next day. The heat in this varies on what type of salsa that you use, and how many peppers that you put in (I used serrano's and jalapeno's and it still wasn't hot). My husband didn't care for it as much as I thought that he would (said it looked like dog food), but again, he didn't try it the next day. I added quite a bit more chili powder and cumin to get the taste that we are used to, but didn't need the ice cream. Thanks jibefan!
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Carrot Cupcakes with White Chocolate Cream Cheese Icing

Reviewed: Sep. 10, 2006
The muffins are very moist and tasty, the frosting however is a little thin as it was wanting to run off of the muffins....even after they were totally cooled. I tried to add more powdered sugar which did help, but I didn't get the consistancy that I wanted because I didn't want to add too much. I doubled the muffin recipe, and left the frosting the same and still ended up with extra frosting, and I frosted 24 regular sized muffins, and 24 mini's. I'll see if the frosting changes after being refrigerated, and then try spreading it again....it tastes good, just a bit thin, next time I will add more white chocolate. Thanks bakerama.
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Scott Hibb's Amazing Whisky Grilled Baby Back Ribs

Reviewed: Sep. 6, 2006
Wow Scott, this is a great sauce recipe!! Since I have made my ribs this way for years, the sauce peaked my interest, and it was tasty...hubby agreed. I halved the recipe and used a shot of Jameson...no Jack in the house...I will maybe add more next time, and cut back just a bit on the sugar. It's a keeper if the hub gave it a thumbs up. If you don't want to use the oven, simmering the ribs works good too, fall off the bone delish. Thanks for the great recipe Scott.
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Broccoli Cheese Soup V

Reviewed: Sep. 5, 2006
Yum, used fresh broccoli and added potatoes too. The kids loved it, Thanks Melissa!
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Ladolemono - Lemon Oil Sauce for Fish or Chicken

Reviewed: Sep. 5, 2006
Ooooh, this was good on salmon. I used it in a foil packet instead of basting, with extra reserved on the side for dipping. Tasty stuff. I can see how this would also be good as a salad dressing as well, thanks Thalia!
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Banana Muffins II

Reviewed: Sep. 4, 2006
Excellent muffin! BUT, what's a banana muffin without cinnamon?? I added cinnamon, nutmeg & vanilla as others suggested and the end result.....they are almost gone and they aren't even cool yet. Thanks for the great start up Abi!
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Drop Dead Delicious Tuna Salad

Reviewed: Sep. 4, 2006
Agreed, waaaayy to much mayo which I cut down significantly (basically just to cover). I added minced red onion, fresh ground pepper and hot giardinera relish (sounds wierd, but it's good). Tasty, thanks Rachel.
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Scalloped Potatoes for the BBQ

Reviewed: Sep. 4, 2006
I make these all the time and they are always a hit. I like to use paprika, and sometimes sub olive oil for the butter. Sliced green peppers is also a nice addition. Good eats, thanks Priscilla.
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Southern Fried Chicken

Reviewed: Sep. 1, 2006
Yum. I too used a deep frier, and added garlic & onion powders. I floured it, got distracted for about 15 min, then floured it again because the flour sorta soaked into the chicken, and I had no problem with it not sticking....which is usually my problem as well. Very crispy, not only on the legs, but on the 2 boneless skinless breasts as well. Thanks Cindy!
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Dill Pickles

Reviewed: Sep. 1, 2006
Oven? I didn't read any direction that said use the oven. These are excellent!! My garden is producing 2 foot long cukes (no kidding) and what a better way to use them up!! I added peppercorns to the jars before sealing. Of course being as impatient as I am, I opened one after 2 weeks, and they are delicious and crispy. I have also used this recipe for pickled cauliflower and received rave reviews!! Thanks so much Sharon 10 stars!!
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Roast Sticky Chicken-Rotisserie Style

Reviewed: Aug. 27, 2006
Not one morsel of this chicken was left for me to even make soup with, which I will say is a first. We had an unexpected guest, which made us 3 adults, two teens (yes, even my non-meat eating daughter ate some...odd) and a 5 year old. I have a rotisserie spit for my grill and I thought of pulling it out, but then decided ah, too much trouble so I did it in the oven with awesome results..obviously if I don't have any left. I added chicken broth (1 cup) and cut potatoes & carrots to the chickens for the last 2 hours of roasting. Will definately make this again, but will double the spice recipe...make sure you pat the chicken dry before rubbing that on. Thanks so much Sue!!
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