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Chantal's New York Cheesecake

Reviewed: Dec. 13, 2011
Awesome! My boyfriend requested a NY style, dense, creamy cheesecake for his 40th birthday and this recipe worked PERFECTLY!!! This is the first cheesecake I've ever made and I was soooo proud of how it turned out! I was careful not to overbeat, used cream instead of milk (I had some I wanted to use up), and put mine into an oven bag. No leaking, worked perfectly. I baked mine at 325 for about 1hour 20min. Left it in the oven, door closed, for about 3 hours. Then it went into the fridge overnight. NO CRACKS! I mean seriously....it came out perfectly. He has already eaten half of it. :)
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Split Pea Soup

Reviewed: Jan. 5, 2009
Yummmmmmyyyyy!! JUST what I was looking for. I cant get my husband to eat anything green ...when he walked in the door he sais "WOW something smells great!!" :) We put homeade garlic croutons on top, very VERY yummy
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Croutons

Reviewed: Jan. 1, 2009
VERY YUMMY!! I attempted to make homeade bread for the first time in my new KitchenAid mixer...for my first time making bread it wasn't bad...but very bland!! So I didn't wanna waste a whole loaf of bread... I made Delicious Ham and Potato soup (from this site) for dinner and I topped it with these homeade croutons... I melted some butter in a pan and used garlic powder, parsley, salt and pepper.....i tossed the butter with the bread in a bowl then dumped onto a baking tray! we put the croutons right on top of our soup :) SOOOO good and I cant wait to make them again!!
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Italian Rice Balls

Reviewed: Dec. 31, 2008
YOU MUST USE SAUCE. I have been making these all of my life with my mother and grandmother. You need to use a homeade tomato sauce (or store bought...whatever) to hold it all together. Just add enough to get the consistency right and the rice easy to roll up. In my family we put ground sauage in the mix and add a cube of fresh mozzerella cheese to the center. we roll the mixture in cheese and bread crumbs and fry...SO WORTH THE EFFORT. They will become a family tradition
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Basic Cream Cheese Frosting

Reviewed: Dec. 31, 2008
Very good :) I made it in my Kitchen Aid mixer and the more you beat it the fluffier and yummier it becomes.....so if you like a thicker frosting dont whip it very long... Ours was to go on top of the Buttermilk Pound Cake rom this site so we whipped it really really well and just dolloped a spoonful on top of the cake as if it were cool whip..YUUMMMMMM YUM! Perfect.
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White Chocolate Covered Pretzels

Reviewed: Dec. 31, 2008
I put these inside my christmas goody bags...they were good too!! Next year I think I will use small regular pretzels instead of the rods. The rods were too long to fit inside of my bags standing up, and The rod seemed a it dry and crumbly once you bit into it :( I think a small pretzel completely dipped would be yummier and more practical as you can pop a whole one in your mouth and have no crumblies all over... Cant wait to make it again!! maybe I'll do some coated in white chocolate, some in milk chocolate and some in butterscotch chips yummmm!!!
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Cream Cheese Pound Cake III

Reviewed: Dec. 18, 2008
This is very delicious and moist!!!! I left it in the oven a tad too long so the sides got a bit brown and crunchier but MAN!! Its delicious and you can really taste the cream cheese!
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Buttermilk Pound Cake II

Reviewed: Dec. 18, 2008
I made this cake to put into my Christmas Goody Bags and I was only kinda happy... When I pulled it out of the oven after exactly 1 hour, it looked beautiful...all puffed up and golden and pulled away from the sides perfectly....I was very careful setting it on the countertop. I walked away and left it for 10 minutes... When I came back my cake had totally fallen!!!! :( So I thought "Well...that side is on the underneath once I flip it anyway" So I flipped it onto a wire rack and sliced it after another 30 minutes Its super moist and very delicious!! It just looks a little funny UPDATE: I made this again after re-reading the recipe and seeing that I was supposed to leav it in the oven for 90 MINUTES not 60 !!, so this time I left it in a half hour longer (DUH). The sides were a tad darker (not much) but it was fully cooked all the way through and did not fall. Very VERY delicious. Also, I spray the bundt pan with PAM then sprinkle it with granulated sugar instead of flour, works beautifully and gives the cake a slight crunch and a sweetness :)
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Haystacks II

Reviewed: Dec. 18, 2008
My husband LOVES butterscotch, and these are some of his favorites! I made these and put them in my Christmas Goodie Bags. They are a fab addition to lots of cookies and chocolate, quick and easy to make. I melt my butterscotch in a metal bowl atop a pot of boiling water (double boiler) and i make sure the water is simmering only. if it is boiling and the water is touching the bowl you have it up TOO HIGH. Constantly stir until your chips are melted and them dump the rest of the ingredients and stir. The tricky part is probably forming them onto the cookie sheet with parchment paper....just use two spoons and push them onto the tray yummy and easy!!!
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Delicious Ham and Potato Soup

Reviewed: Dec. 11, 2008
The only recipe you'll ever need. I add carrots because I like them... DELICIOUS! I make about once a week and sometimes I use leftover chicken instead of ham...yummmm yumm
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Easy Slow Cooker Ham

Reviewed: Dec. 11, 2008
I normally use a basic ham recipe where you put the ham in the slow cooker and add a few handfuls of brown sugar SET and FORGET the ham turns out beautiful. Well, for my husbands birthday I wanted to make his favorite meal (Ham and mashed potatos) but I didn't want it to be the same ol ham I always serve him. So i made this!! WOW!! JUST what I was looking for. Its a "fancy ham" as he called it. SO yummy SO easy. A keeper and I will definetly be making again SOOON
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Slow Cooker Ham

Reviewed: Dec. 11, 2008
Awesome! I used a no bone, sliced package of Kentucky ham that you buy near the bacon and hot dogs. I think it was called picnic ham or serving platter ham There was about 2 pounds in this package. I threw in the ham and a couple handfuls of brown sugar (did not even measure) and put it on low for about 3 hours THATS ALL THE TIME YOU NEED DO NOT OVERCOOK OR YOUR HAM WILL BE TOUGH AND YOUR LEFTOVERS WILL BE WORTHLESS AND CHEWY!!!! YUMMMMMMMMYYYYYYY!! My husband loved :) We ate it on sandwiches the next day, a Ham Egg and Cheese buscuit for beakfast and I chopped up the veeeery last bit and added it to the Delicious Ham and Potato Soup form this site!! yumm yummmm
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