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Crown Roast of Pork with Sausage Stuffing

Reviewed: Apr. 11, 2005
This is my first time making crown roast pork and it came out delish! The stuffing on the other hand....well I'm not sure as it was a bit dry. Maybe next time I will use dry "cubes" instead of the crumbs as it was a bit crumbly. Other than that great meal! Thanks Marc.
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BBQ Pork for Sandwiches

Reviewed: Feb. 13, 2005
Fantastic! I just left it in the crock and served it. I wasn't quite sure whether to drain the broth or not, but I did drain most of it before adding the sweet baby rays. Very easy and got rave reviews at our super bowel, eh hem, bowl party. Thanks KK!
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Sage Pork Chops

Reviewed: Jan. 18, 2005
Boy, talk about easy & tasty (which + 5 stars in my book anyday)! I also cut the salt to 1/4 tsp. and used "L.B. Jamisons'" beef flavored soup base, which is what I sub for beef bouillon and they turned out fantastic! I also took the advice of "Wimsey" and carmelized onions and some baby portabellas before browning the chops. If I had the energy, I would have made a gravy with the extra "broth"....maybe next time. Thanks for the great recipe Tiffany!
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Garlic Chicken

Reviewed: Nov. 21, 2004
Ohh this was tasty. My son prefers bone in chix, so I used legs for him (which I put in the oven 25 minutes before) and tenders (20 min) for the spawn and myself. I cheated and used jarred minced garlic which I mixed in with the bread crumb/parm cheese mixture and added salt, pepper, paprika & onion powder to it as well. The chicken was soooooo tender and juicy. Thanks for the easy & tasty recipe Carol!
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Baby Spinach Omelet

Reviewed: Oct. 26, 2004
This IS awesome....I was a little skeptical about the nutmeg, but it turned out great! I used egg beaters and also added a chopped roma tomato. Ate it with a 1/2 whole wheat bagle.....Great way to start the day, thanks Holly!
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Fantastic Lemon Butter Fillet

Reviewed: Mar. 14, 2004
Thanks Matthew, this is a very tasty fish recipe. I used country crock margerine with the yogurt in it and it still turned out great! I actually made this in my toaster oven , because I scaled the recipe for 2, and baked it in a foil packet. After baking, I used the "sauce" that was in the foil over some brown rice and it was great. My lemon pepper (caputo's) was a bit peppery so that added a great kick. Thanks I will make this tasty dish again.
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Tex-Mex Tuna Salad

Reviewed: Mar. 7, 2004
I was soooo leary about this recipe and I was more than thrilled with the results!! I thought that these were a great way to prepare a taco! I have made them at least three times in one week, because I find myself craving them. I tried them with canned chicken and that just wasn't as good as the tuna. Great mix of flavors, I have also subbed black beans for the olives with great results. I did sub green leaf lettuce for the iceburg, and used ortega boxed corn shells but other than that gung ho! Thanks John, so very much!
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Light and Spicy Fish

Reviewed: Mar. 6, 2004
I had to use flounder for this, as it was the only fish I had on hand, and it turned out marvelous!! It was sooooo easy! Thanks so much Matt, I LOVE it, low cal, easy & healthy = 20 stars!!
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Cream Cheese Cookies IV

Reviewed: Mar. 6, 2004
Where were these when I was pregnant and craved yellow cup-cakes????? I thought these were a tasty little treat. I do however think that the yellow cake mix was a little over powering. I had two egg yolks so I did 12 oz. of cream cheese, 1/4 + two tbsp. of butter, etc. Basically 1 & 1/2 of everything. I should have doubled it, but I didn't want to stray too far from the recipe. None the less they were still tasty, but I would double every thing but the cake mix next time. Thanks Madonna!!
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Upside Down Turkey

Reviewed: Feb. 25, 2004
YUM! I used two seasoned oven roasters (= to 13 lbs.) for this recipe and it turned out great. I have another recipe that calls for the butter to be tucked under the skin, and this is an easier, less icky way to prepare it. Thanks Lou!
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Cherry Bourbon Balls

Reviewed: Feb. 25, 2004
HOLY COW these are TAAAAAA-SSTY! I made these and then had to bring them to my mom's a few hour later and they were STILL awesome! I used mariccino cherries that were pretty small so I didn't bother to cut them in half, and I also used Captian Morgan and a tad bit more of it. YUMMY, it was worth every fattening bite! Thanks Cindy, for the great dessert. Oh, the fam. thanks you too!
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Rich and Simple French Onion Soup

Reviewed: Feb. 25, 2004
OH-MY-GOSH!! I cannot believe how simple AND delicious this soup is!! I doubled the recipe and brought this to our family Sunday fiasco and the crock pot was emptied!! They LOVED it, not to mention they think I can cook! I used 1 large vidalia onion, 1 large white onion, and about 4-5 med yellow onions (which I put on my sunglasses & stuck tissue up my nose while slicing, time to invest in a slicer as my hubby really thinks I'm a nut, hey, but it worked)! I sauteed those in the onion and oil then threw it all in the crotch pot. Oh and I used half of the full strength broth (10.75 oz Campbells), and half swanson, which is diluted. And I added the Parmesan to the soup as it brewin'. Thanks so much Lori, it IS great!
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Simple Baked Beans

Reviewed: Feb. 25, 2004
Simple, and tasty = 5 stars. I brought these to a "hot dog" feast and they were well recieved. Everybody gave a compliment. Thanks Brandi!
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Cinnabun Cookies

Reviewed: Feb. 9, 2004
These ROCK!! I had to use my egg substitue (which is a banana mashed with 1 tsp. of baking powder) for the 2 eggs and they still turned out fabulous! I suggest doubling the sugar spread. Instead of going through all of the trouble of flipping the cookie sheet and all that, I just spread a dab on the top of each cookie and that worked great. I also had no problem with the spreading as I took Linda McClean's advice and put the dough in the fridge after I rolled it. Worked fine, and I will seek that topping next time. YUM-YUM! Thanks Amber!
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My Chili

Reviewed: Feb. 9, 2004
No complaints from my hubby & spawn. Good basic recipe, although I couldn't resist adding cumin (about a tbsp.) Hubby turned it into chili mac with good results (I ate turkey chili). Thanks Michelle!
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Spicy Turkey Chili

Reviewed: Feb. 9, 2004
Corwynn, once again, I am pleased with the results of a recipe submitted by you. I used ground turkey, (because I had a pound of it taking up freezer space) but I bet it would be just as good with the canned. Upon my first taste, I was like "I don't know about this one" but after an hour of simmering and the seasonings blending = good eats! By the way, I used the "chili seasoning II" from this site which worked great. Thanks again!
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Kansas City Steak Soup

Reviewed: Jan. 23, 2004
Yum, my hubby LOVES hearty soups, and this fit right in! He ate it atop of egg noodles & the kids & I ate it with biscuits. Nice & comforting for a fridgid evening! Great way to use up extra steak! Thanks so much Sharyn!!
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Taco Rice

Reviewed: Jan. 23, 2004
OOhhh boy, this was not my favorite, BUT, I didn't hate it either. My lil' guy LOVES taco's and LOVES rice, so I thought that this would fit the bill. He liked it O.k, but I thought it to be odd. I added extra water to it, because as DREGINEK mentioned, it was a bit potent, and instead of adding black olives, I added black beans (which was a nice addition). I think that it could have used a can of mexican diced tomatoes. That would have done it. An O.K. recipe, thanks Kristine.
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Pollo Fajitas

Reviewed: Jan. 23, 2004
Hmmmmm. I've been craving Mexican food for sometime now. My honest opinion would be that these were not bad, but not great either. In my opinion, and it IS just an opinion, the marinade would be much, much better if the oil & lemon juice were added to it. I added my veges to the marinade as well. With a lil doctoring, this is a 5, but I rate a 3 for a decent recipe. No offense Teresa, mind you, this is just my opinion which may mean nothing to you others! Thanks for posting!
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Pork Chop and Potato Casserole

Reviewed: Jan. 6, 2004
I took the advice of others and carmalized some onions, then added garlic along with the chops to the skillet. I also added a couple shakes of beef bouillon granuals to the soup. This meal was not only handy in a "quick fix" way, but it was tasty as well. It did the trick for my fam. The chops came out tender enough to cut with a butter knife, great served with fresh steamed green beans. Thanks Valkyrja!
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