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Nicole
 
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Recipe Reviews 3 reviews
Dump Bars
SO GOOD!!! This will be my third time making them and the whole pan has been disapearing within 3 days. Try using butterscotch chips... delicious! The last time I made these I was rushing and mixed the chips into the batter. DO NOT DO THIS! LOL. It formed a butterscotch brick like thing at the bottom of the pan and were not that great. If you follow the recipe EXACTLY the way it is written you will have mouthwatering brownies. This is definatly the new standard brownie recpie in our house, and its as easy as a box mix!

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Reviewed On: May 24, 2009
Bessy's Zesty Grilled Garlic-Herb Chicken
WONDERFUL!!! This is good on just about everything, not just chicken. I omit the saffron and the honey (I ran out). You really only need enough oil to coat the chicken. I kept the rest of the ingrediants the same, and also add a tsp. of cumin, 1/2 tsp of onion powder, 4 or 5 shakes of wostershire, doubled the garlic, added about 1/4 cup of brown sugar (I wanted to have it HOT but also sweet to balance it out) and about a tbsp of Abobo seasoning. If you are making chicken breats I would suggest cutting them down into 2" strips, therefore getting more marinate on the chicken. I am using chicken wings and marinating overnight. Should turn out great!!!

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Reviewed On: Apr. 2, 2009
It's Chili by George!!
This recipe is a GREAT starting point for amazing chili. Of course like everyone else, I made a few changes. I carmalized the onions (rough chop for more texture) and added about 2 tbsp. of minced garlic to the my dutch oven pan before browning the beef. It should go unsaid that you MUST drain the meat after its finished browning. I added 2 cans of diced tomatos (I didn't have any sauce, ALWAYS IMPROVISE!!!) and mashed another can of tomatoes through a sive to add more juice to the chili. I added only one can of light kidney beans, liquid and all. I did double alot of the seasonings and added some of my own. I used about 1/3 a cup chili poweder, 1 tbsp of cayenne, plenty of oregeno and cumin, I also added paprika, salt, plenty of black pepper, garlic powder, Adobo seasoning and onion powder. I brought it to a boil and then turned down to simmer and let it cook for about 6 hours. This was the first time I had ever made chili... I never had a recipe!!! It easily could of only cooked for an hour and still been wonderful. And my husband who protested me putting the beans in the chili said he absolutly loved the beans in there and would deffinatly eat it again! It was so good that I only have one small bowl left and we only had 4 people eating dinner that night. Absolutly great recipe that you must try, but feel free to add your own spin!

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Reviewed On: Jan. 14, 2009
 
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