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Recipe Reviews 12 reviews
Honey Lime Fruit Salad
This is a great fruit salad! Do NOT skimp out on the Pine Nuts! They have a unique flavor and crunch that makes this recipe. -- I roasted mine at 300 degrees for about 10min. before adding them to the salad (once they'd cooled) I made this for "Teacher Day" at school and they gobbled it up. -- Tip: don't add the bananas or pine nuts until you're just about to serve this. Even though there's lime juice, the bananas still go a bit mushy and take on some of the red from the strawberries. An you want the pine nuts to cool before adding them to the fruit. --- still really yummy and happily different than your run of the mill fruit salad. Enjoy!

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Reviewed On: May 10, 2013
Sloppy Joe Pockets
Quick, Easy, V-E-R-Y kid friendly. I'm a busy mom (what mom isn't?) , so I cheated and used sloppy joe sauce from a can. Spooned 2-3 tablespoons on each pocket with shredded cheddar cheese. I pressed my rolls out into 4 inch circles, and filled them, crimping with a fork to make "half circle" Sloppy Joe pockets. *** Note: I thought people were crazy thinking they could cram 3 tablespoons of meat into each one...but turns out yes you can! I just wasn't stretching the dough out enough. You need to REALLY stretch it to a point where u think it's almost too thin...do not worry. the meat will hold and they'll bake up nicely. don't forget the melted butter brushed on to make them yummy and golden brown! A real family favorite right now

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Reviewed On: Mar. 22, 2013
Slow Cooker Mashed Potatoes
A great way to free up your stove during a busy Thanksgiving/Christmas day in the kitchen. Try adding a chopped up celery root to the pot while boiling the potatoes and mash right in with them afterwards for a tasty and subtle flavor boost. (remove stems and peel first) Enjoy an extra glass of wine with friends with the time saved on the big day. --Don't forget to toast your secret pal the slow cooker! ;)

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Reviewed On: Feb. 18, 2013

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