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Recipe Reviews 9 reviews
Just Like Wendy's(R) Chili
Made as directed,EXCEPT I put it all in a crockpot, after browning meat and sauteing veggies & I did rinse the beans hoping to cut back on any digestive issues. Since I was using my processor to chop the veggies, I then used it to chop the canned tomatoes--just easier. This did taste excellent and I will put in on my favs' list. Thank you for the recipe & all the good reviews convincing me to give it a try : )

2 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jan. 16, 2014
Sugar Coated Pecans
I made this as a lil something for people to nibble on Thanksgiving & fights practically broke out with my grown grandchildren as to who got more than the other--LOL-- I had to make 9 batches and give them a pound each as an extra Xmas bonus gift. I cooked them on a silcone sheet & believe me that was absolutely great--no sticking at all. I have the feeling I shall now be the one looked at to bring some of this to every party of any kind - LOL. Luckily I live in the South, where pecans are not difficult to find year round. Thanks for sharing : D

15 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jan. 6, 2011
The Best Chicken Salad Ever
I know this recipe was posted long ago on this site--but I started making it last year & fell in love with it. I don't even measure ingrediants anymore--just put amounts in as I see fit. I do not "puree" it all- I leave it kinda chunky (but not too) I just love the flavors and eat it in sandwiches, on top of crackers or lettuce.. Any Way Is Good : D Thanks so much for sharing (ps-you can even throw a few raisins or even pineapple pieces in for a change of pace & still it is great ! )

8 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jan. 6, 2011
 
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