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Slider-Style Mini Burgers

Reviewed: Feb. 11, 2010
These were super-easy to make and fun to eat! I halved the recipe but accidentally added the entire envelope of onion soup mix, they still turned out great! My husband and kids really enjoyed them, and it was different enough from a regular hamburger to make it fun for our family super bowl party. I used Hawaiian rolls and did bake them for only 20 minutes as some other reviewers suggested. Thanks, Minnesota_Girl for sharing a fun and tasty recipe!
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Roasted Garlic Lemon Broccoli

Reviewed: Nov. 22, 2009
So good! Thank you for introducing me to a new and much better way to prepare broccoli. I have always steamed it and been happy with it even though I have always thought its texture was a bit rubbery. Pretty sure I will only roast garlic from now on. The small amount of olive oil in this recipe is worth the extra calories. Delicious!
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Broccoli with Garlic Butter and Cashews

Reviewed: Nov. 3, 2009
Double the sauce and cashews, serve over brown rice with grilled/baked chicken for a complete one-bowl meal. So good and easy to make. Reminds me of a dish I had at PF Changs. I did have to add a few more tbsp. of brown sugar to take away from the overpowering saltiness from the soy. Next time I will use low-sodium soy for a less salty taste. My kids even liked this and my husband and I loved it for a new way to get more broccoli into our diet. Thanks for sharing such a great recipe.
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Dark Chocolate Cake I

Reviewed: Nov. 3, 2009
So good and not complicated to make either. Have made it a few times now and have added coffee and other flavorings to make it different each time. So tasty when combined with the frosting from the "chocolate torte" recipe on the AR website. Thanks for sharing!
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Chocolate Torte

Reviewed: Nov. 3, 2009
Great frosting recipe! Whole family loved it. I used the "dark chocolate cake 1" recipe on the AR site and it made the cake even better. A bit more effort to not use a boxed cake mix but so worth it. Even better the next day. Thanks for sharing!
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Garlic Cheese Chicken Rollups

Reviewed: Nov. 3, 2009
This was an easy and tasty way to change up a baked chicken recipe. My husband and kids liked it too. I used Alouette garlic flavored cheese and it worked out great. Thanks for a good and easy recipe!
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Easy Beef Stroganoff

Reviewed: Nov. 3, 2009
Thanks to reviewer "awesome in tummy." I took the suggestion of thinly slicing sirloin into strips instead of the ground beef. A bit more time consuming but very much worth the extra effort! My husband absolutely loved this recipe and so did I. Read the suggestions by "awesome in tummy" and follow for a great dish.
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Brown Sugar Meatloaf

Reviewed: Sep. 25, 2009
This was a good basic meatloaf but I guess because of so many reviews I expected something with a real "wow" factor. The brown sugar/ketchup mixture is how my mother always made it when I was growing up so this wasn't anything new or special to me. Just due to experience I knew to 1) soak the breadcrumbs (I chose to use instead of crackers) in milk before adding to the meat mixture 2) saute the onions in olive oil vs. adding raw onion (I added garlic to saute too) 3) sugar/ketchup on top, not bottom with less sugar than the recipe calls for and 4) do not put in loaf pan; meatloaf is best when formed into a mounded loaf shape and placed on foil on top of a sheet cake/jelly roll pan. This meatloaf was not as good as the one I make with salsa that creates a very moist and tender meatloaf. It was nice to try a new meatloaf recipe but I think I will keep looking for one that does provide the "wow" for my family. Thanks for sharing the recipe.
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Blueberry Cornmeal Muffins

Reviewed: Sep. 23, 2009
I had been looking for a blueberry cornmeal muffin recipe that would be as good as the one I had at an upscale hotel and this one is even better! I have made these many, many times now and have played around with the recipe too. Don't bother changing any of the ingredients, these are perfect and best tasting just the way the recipe is written. My husband has been the "judge" of all of my variations (using whole wheat flour, less sugar, etc...) and he has said the original is definitely the winner. I did take the advice of other reivewers and add a bit more brown sugar to the batter and since I love the crunch that the cornmeal provides I do add a bit more that the recipe calls for. I use fresh blueberries so no need to coat with flour. These are also so simple to mix up that you can make them in the morning for breakfast and have amazing tasting and hot muffins from the oven for breakfast. I have found that these are best eaten on the same day as baking. They don't stay fresh that long which is not a problem as they never make it past a day in our house anyway. I highly recommend making these muffins, you will not be disappointed!
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Big Al's K.C. Bar-B-Q Sauce

Reviewed: Sep. 18, 2009
This was very good and much easier/quicker to make than I had thought it would be to make a homemade BBQ sauce. I added a bit more vinegar than the recipe called for because I like the flavor it brings to a BBQ sauce. It was delicous and easy to make. I used it to make the "Slow Cooker Barbeque Ribs" from the AR site. The meal was liked by my whole family. No need to buy store bought BBQ sauce anymore. Thanks for sharing your wonderful recipe!
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Bacon and Tomato Cups

Reviewed: Sep. 9, 2009
These were good but seemed like they could use a bit more seasoning or something. I took them to a party and people did seem to enjoy them. I substituted prepared mini phyllo cups as suggested by other reviewers and only used enough mayo to moisten the mixture. If I make these again I will definitely use something to season them up a bit though.
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Slow-Cooker Barbecue Ribs

Reviewed: Sep. 9, 2009
These were easy to make and great to eat! My husband and 4 year old loved them. I gave it 5 stars because of taste and especially because of the ease of preparation. I am always looking for easy meals to make in the crock-pot to accomodate a busy schedule and this one will be made again. I did use "Big Al's KC BBQ sauce" recipe from this website in place of the bbq sauce from this recipe. It was delicious too. I had to use St. Louis style ribs because my store was out of baby back ribs. It worked just fine and was a lot less expensive too. Thanks for sharing this recipe!
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Rich and Creamy Tomato Basil Soup

Reviewed: Sep. 9, 2009
This is a wonderful recipe for a great tasting and easy to prepare soup. I'm always looking for recipes that I can throw in the crock pot and this one is easily done to accomodate that. I took the advice of another reviewer and sauteed about a half of a large vidalia onion with olive oil, and one clove of fresh garlic and added some white wine once the onion was translucent. I then added the basil that I had chopped for the last 2 minutes of sauteeing. I pureed this all together with the remaining ingredients. I used one can 28 oz diced tomatoes in place of the fresh tomatoes. Much easier for me! The result was a rich, tangy and satisfying soup. Next time I will add some crushed red pepper to the onion mixture before pureeing for a bit of a bite. This is a great soup and you can easily adjust the recipe to suit your own taste.
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Baked French Toast

Reviewed: Jun. 23, 2009
This is a very good recipe and even better since it can be prepped the night before. I used a good loaf of vienna bread which worked out very nicely. I didn't have half and half so I used a milk/cream mixture which turned out just fine. I also didn't realize until the morning that I did not have any corn syrup so I use real maple syrup in it's place. It actually made more sense to me anyway, so I think that will be a permanent substitution for me. I also halved the recipe because we didn't need a 9x13 pan for my small family. I followed the recipe exactly other than that. My family really enjoyed it for a special father's day breakfast. The top had a nice crunch and the bread was soft. My son called it "french toast cake" because it had a layer of egg custard on the bottom. Next time I make it I will probably reduce the eggs to 6 as some other reviewers have suggested. Easy and delicious. Thanks for the recipe.
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Four Cheese Macaroni

Reviewed: May 18, 2009
I can't figure out what all the rave reviews are about. I made this recipe exactly as written and was unimpressed. Not enough cheese to pasta ratio. Maybe doubling the cheese would help. The flavor wasn't bad, but my 3 year old who loves macaroni and cheese wouldn't eat this. It wasn't creamy like mac n' cheese should be, it was dry. I was looking for a recipe that was better than the one I have used for years and this is not it. I think the best base for mac n' cheese is a roux made into a cheese sauce. I will keep searching for an ultimate macaroni and cheese recipe.
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Clone of a Cinnabon

Reviewed: Dec. 19, 2008
To reviewer Julielynn...Yes you can make these the night before and bake in the morning. That is the only way I have ever made these. After making them you will obviously store them in the refrigerator overnight. Pull them out in plenty of time to come back to room temp before baking. They will take at least a couple of hours so plan accordingly. I agree with other reviewers that these are best baked at 350 for a bit longer than 20 minutes. Hope that helps!
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