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Amazing 'Pizza' Pork Chops

Reviewed: Aug. 13, 2011
Made this last night for supper. I've want to make these since I found the recipe! I was cooking for just myself & wanted something with great flavor, quick & easy. I used a boneless skinless chicken breast because I didn't have a pork chop, fresh basil and fresh "Hot n Spicy" oregano, and fresh garlic. I wanted a meal all in one packet so I made my foil packet with sliced zucchini & onion plus 1/3 of the herbs under the chicken, the chicken, seasoned with salt & pepper, then 1/3 more herbs, the tomato (used 3 thick slices). Drizzled the whole thing with a little dry white wine & EVOO. Discovered my grill was out of gas so I baked it in the oven @ 350 degrees for 30 minutes, opened the packet & added a little parmesan & a big handfull of shredded mozzarella cheese. Back into the oven (with the packet open) for 5 or 6 minutes. Served with garlic toast & a tossed salad. It was one terrific meal! I can't wait for my family to get hojme so I can make it for them, too - I know they will enjoy it as much as I did!
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Exquisite Pizza Sauce

Reviewed: Jun. 29, 2011
I'd rate this 10 if I could! For years, ever since I had found it, I used Cat Cora's pizza sauce recipe which I found on www.foodnetwork.com. This sauce is much better than hers! All the ingredients are balanced and are simply perfect for a terrific pizza. Thank you so much Angie Gorkoff for this exquisite recipe! ............ When I made it I used Contadina Tomato Paste. I've used several brands over the years but have found that Contadina brand is the richest tasting of all the brands I've found.
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Korean BBQ Chicken Marinade

Reviewed: Jun. 22, 2011
This is a keeper! Easy to make and has good flavor. Made as written. Made again using fresh grated ginger & minced garlic. We like the 2nd way better. Next I want to try it in an Asian themed pasta salad & I'll add the marinated grill chicken in too!
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White Sauce

Reviewed: Oct. 19, 2010
This is the standard white sauce for use in other recipes. It needs nothing more. This is intended to be used in another recipe. It is classic cooking, and a sauce every cook should have in their recipe collection.
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Sausage, Peppers, Onions, and Potato Bake

Reviewed: Sep. 3, 2010
Luscious! Made it as stated in the recipe. I needed to add a little dry red wine because I didn't have quite enough white but that made no difference. I was tempted to add some fresh basil, but it didn't need it and I'm glad I didn't. I also used hot Italian sausage I got from my favorite butcher. This is simple and comforting.
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Portuguese Sweet Bread I

Reviewed: Aug. 31, 2010
This recipe IS awesome! The flavor is just what I was looking for. I wanted a rich sweet bread to use as a base for a cinnamon swirl raisin bread. This is the one I'll use from now on! I had problems, but it is definitely NOT the recipe -- it's my breadmaker. I've made some great breads over the years by hand. Since I got this bread machine every one of the breads I've tried have not risen as they should. I've tried focaccia, pizza dough, pita, white & wheat breads, and have been disappointed. It's always the same thing -- the rising. I have not tried doing a bread entirely in it because I like to shape doughs as I wish, depending on what I'm making. I've tried different forms of yeast to no avail. I will make this bread again, by hand, but it is's in the 90's here & too hot to heat up the kitchen. Before rating a recipe please be sure your complaints are actually due to the recipe and instructions, and not due to human or mechanical error!
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Pico De Gallo

Reviewed: Aug. 31, 2010
Terrific recipe, and not too spicy-hot (for wimps like me)! I have tried for years to like cilantro, but just can't. My loss, I think. My daughter doesn't care for green onion. Also my loss because I love it. We added fresh lime juice after trying it without. It added a little zing. We used freshly picked vine-ripened tomatoes. I think that's the secret to this recipe. Now what will do when tomato season is over? :(
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Italian Meatloaf in Zucchini Boats

Reviewed: Aug. 20, 2010
I've been making these for years and we love them! If you use ground round there shouldn't be an accumulation of grease in the zucchini boat. If all I have is ground chuck (with 15% fat) then you are better off browning the meat first and mixing then mixing it with some of the sauce. Terrific way to use zucchini when your garden is producing more than you can handle! Toss a salad & serve with crusty bread or garlic toast.
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Pennsylvania Coal Region Barbecue

Reviewed: Aug. 17, 2010
This is the exact recipe my mom made for us when we were growing up & I've made for my own family since the 1970's. And when I remember, I'll add a dash or two of worcestershire sauce. We love it! Goes great with potato salad and corn on the cob!
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Middle Eastern Turkey Dogs

Reviewed: Mar. 24, 2010
Added finely chopped onion to combat any dryness issues!
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Maple Cream Bonbons

Reviewed: Jan. 5, 2010
Way too much maple extract which turned the entire batch of candy bitter. Adding extra powdered sugar did no good. I could taste the extract all day long & even the next morning.
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Cranberry Orange Relish with Orange Flavored Liqueur

Reviewed: Nov. 25, 2009
I've used this recipe for years. For a non-alcoholic version, substitute a tablespoon or two of orange juice concentrate for the liqueur. This is easily a "10" in my book! The next day I love a turkey sandwich with relish, lettuce and mayo on pumpernickel bread and served with icy cold potato salad. Yummy!!!
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Green Beans Italiano

Reviewed: Oct. 12, 2009
I loved it! I always thought of green bean as something you either served plain, or in the casserole with mushroom soup & onions on top. I was cooking for me and my daughter (who hates green beans), and so I decided to mix them with things she likes... It turned out great! Basically I followed the recipe. The only thing I did differently was to use a combination of green and wax beans (they were so fresh & yummy looking @ the farmer's market) and a few baby button mushrooms. I loved the combination of this recipe... She actually ate them... She said she still wasn't thrilled with green beans, but would eat them again it I made them this way. That's a real plus! By the way, she's 28, not 8 years old... This is a real keeper in MY book.
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Fruit Crisp Topping Mix

Reviewed: Oct. 10, 2009
Yummy! This recipe is almost exactly the same as mine. I also make up a large batch and store it in a plastic container. It's soooo convenient! When my kids started going off to college & had apartments of their own I'd give them a batch, along with instructions for adding the butter & baking instructions. So simple and so good! I've editted this review because I NEVER rate it soooooooo low... I intended to rate it as a 5. I'm new to this rating business, and somehow I messed up. My bad...
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