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Polish Style Lasagna

Reviewed: Nov. 9, 2011
The sausage adds a great taste to this dish. I also add a thin layer of sauerkraut over the potatoes. interesting flavors that go together reallyl well.
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Neiman Marcus Cake II

Reviewed: Aug. 20, 2011
A great "pantry" recipe and so easy, too All the ingredients you can keep on hand and make it when unexpected company is about to drop in for a visit. It's looks like a coffee cake but my-oh-my that first bite is a delicious surprise! Everyone raves about it and seem to think it's a very complex and difficult cake to make - quite the opposite, it's very easy to put together. The recipe goes by many names. My Mom gave me this recipe and I've made it for 25 years much to the delight of family and friends. Try this recipe, you will be glad you did! You'll please your guests as well as yourself! NOTE: Cream cheese might not be a staple for all of you, but it does keep for a good while, unopened, in the fridge.
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Date Nut Bread

Reviewed: Jan. 16, 2011
Love this recipe. Adding a half cup of sliced maraschino cherries even makes it better. Our old family recipes uses less sugar and tastes great. Make sure you alternate the date water with the flour when adding the flour. Using hot coffee instead of the hot water is also quite good as a variation. We also bake it in clean cans lined with wax paper that is greased and floured. The wax paper makes removal easy. Depending on the size of the cans you'll need about 4 cans. The old Campbell soup cans use to be the perfect size, but they are smaller now. The round shapes make attractive slices. While eating a slice plain is very good, I think you might find slathering cream cheese on a slice is even better than butter. Really, really a great recipe.
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High Temperature Eye-of-Round Roast

Reviewed: Feb. 26, 2010
WOW! Unbelievable! Work up your courage and try this unique recipe to make eye of round tender - very tender. This works! I've been making really good roasts for 40 years - except for eye of round which is usually dry and rather flavorless. Lyn B's outrageous sounding recipe has solved the problem! You will probably hold your breath when it's time to finally open the oven to see what's happened to your roast. I didn't think it was possible for beef to continue to roast when the oven is turned off for so long. My family loved it to the point of eating the whole 4 lb roast for dinner. "I couldn't believe they ate the whole thing!" I've subsituted rump roast and sirloin tip roasts and they are just as tender and juicy. Do yourself a favor and try this recipe.
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Italian Biscotti

Reviewed: Aug. 28, 2009
Excellent recipe! The butter makes it more tender than a traditional biscotti and I like the large batch it makes because they are gobbled up so fast around our house. Here's a tip if you don't like slicing the logs: My non-baker husband while trying to help me finish the task of slicing the baked logs picked up the metal spatula next to the pan, instead of walking over to get a knife and I thought for sure he was going to smash the cookies to crumbs but the spatula worked beautifully. It cuts cleaner than a knife, doesn't leave the crumbs a knife does and is easier to use!
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Beans and Rice

Reviewed: Aug. 27, 2009
I think this would make a better dip than a dinner. I did an ingredients search since I was in a hurry and did not read the whole recipe before starting to prepare it. There is a reason there isn't a photo, I think. Nor did I take the time to check the reviews - first time ever! I depend on your reviews, good cooks. The recipe definitely has a Mexican flair but it's one of the few I've made without tomatos! I added them after seeing the drab color and mushy texture and because there wasn't enough fluid as I now see others also did. Adding a cheese topping to each hot bowlful and a dollop of sour cream added the needed color. The family enjoyed it overall.
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Satiny Chocolate Glaze

Reviewed: Aug. 26, 2009
Excellent! The batter will be very thin but the cake rises very well. I used chopped walnuts in the batter. I made a small amount of white frosting for between the layers: about 1+ cup of powder sugar, 3 tbls butter whipped together then adding 1 tsp of 1/2 and 1/2 or milk and add more as needed. Put layers together. Use "Satiny Chocolate Glaze" on the top.
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