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Roasted Herb Chicken and Potatoes

Reviewed: May 30, 2012
Followed the recipe exactly, (although putting the onion inside the cavity, dusting the top of the chicken with paprika, and cooking for an extra 15mins until finished- never covered) and the chicken turned out beautiful, moist and flavorful. Next time I'd like to try adding baby carrots or brussel sprouts to the potatoes to round out the meal.
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Honey Roasted Red Potatoes

Reviewed: Nov. 4, 2011
Where I went wrong: Boiling first to speed up the process. This step is easy to overdo, making for very mushy potatoes. They were still tasty, but would've been better just roasted. Where I went right: tripling the sauce mixture. (1 whole small onion, 5tbsp butter, 3tbsp honey, 3+tsp mustard, decent shakings of s&p; melt all in microwave together, then toss with potatoes.) On the first taste straight from the oven, I thought the flavor was a bit bland, but after they'd cooled a bit they became downright addictive. Like other reviewers, the leftovers never made it to the fridge.
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Corned Beef and Cabbage

Reviewed: Apr. 26, 2011
SO disappointed with this. Followed recipe with the exception of skipping the cabbage (wouldn't fit in the cooker). Meat was bland and flavorless, carrots inexplicably turned brown, and the potatoes were overly vinegary. Perhaps the roast just wasn't a good one, but that doesn't account for the flavor.
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Slow Cooker Chicken Parisienne

Reviewed: May 6, 2010
Followed the recipe, using fresh mushrooms but not adding them or sour cream mixture until last hour of cooking. Tasted fine, but very bland. Even adding salt, pepper, garlic, season-salt, paprika, thyme... Still very lackluster. Used a slightly tart Pinot Grigio, will try a more mellow Chardonay in the future for better wine flavor.
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Fuzzy Navel Slush

Reviewed: Feb. 3, 2010
Very yummy! Notes: I used one cup of sugar, but felt like it would have been quite sweet enough without the sugar entirely, and will skip it in the future. We used the whole bottle of schnapps, and served it with ginger ale-- so good! I would recommend freezing it for longer than 4 hours, it was barely icy at that point. Perhaps 8 would be better.
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Texas Caviar I

Reviewed: Feb. 3, 2010
Both visually appealing and also very tasty! Our vegan friends were appreciative of a great option.
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Beer Margaritas

Reviewed: Jul. 15, 2009
Beer Margaritas are great! (Be a little wary, though, they go down very smoothly and you may end up tipsier than you intended. *wink*) NOTE: As good as an idea it seems to blend them, DON'T PUT BEER IN THE BLENDER, as it will explode all over the ceiling. Blend the tequila, limeaid, water and extra ice together. THEN stir in the beer and serve. I speak from experience on this one.
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Refried Beans Without the Refry

Reviewed: Jul. 2, 2009
I made the recipe exactly as written, and am thrilled! Inexpensive, easy, low-fat (which is usually practically a dirty word meaning horrible), and DELICOUS. Will make this often. Thank you so much!
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Byrdhouse Blistered Cherry Tomatoes

Reviewed: Jun. 26, 2009
This was a lovely colorful side to the quiches I served for lunch yesterday. Used on-the-vine cherry tomatoes that were starting to go a bit soft, and this perked them right up. Next time I think they'll be amazing using fresh basil instead of dried and some diced fresh mozzarella. Thank you for the great recipe, Sunny!
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Asian Tuna Patties

Reviewed: Jun. 15, 2009
These were very easy to make! I did them a little smaller, like appetizers, and instead of frying them, baked on a non-stick cookie sheet. (15mins in a 350deg oven) Texture was good, and they stuck together beautifully. The results were quite salty, though, so in the future I might add rice to stretch them a bit, or perhaps I used the wrong sort of breadcrumbs. Calls for experimentation!
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Cheesy Ramen Noodles

Reviewed: Feb. 28, 2009
Finding this recipe made me laugh... but I tried it anyway using provolone sandwich slices and some pre-crushed garlic we keep in the fridge. (And only half of the packet of seasoning!) The result? Lovely comfort food. If you like ramen, very cheap meals, and awesomely easy recipes, then this is for you!
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Baked Ziti I

Reviewed: Feb. 19, 2009
I adore this recipe! Any adjustments are for personal taste, I added some garlic and a pizza-takeout package of red pepper to the sauce while cooking and we couldn't get enough! NOTE: Do cover it with tented foil while baking (of course), and stir together the sauce and pasta before layering to really get the sauce throughout. Spreading the sour cream on top of *slices* of provalone made things a little easier, as well. :) I made this for game night with friends and there have been constant requests for it ever since. One of the top recipes ever!
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Easy Slow Cooker French Dip

Reviewed: Dec. 19, 2008
I use Fat Tire beer from New Belgium Brewing, and add soy sauce, garlic cloves and worcestershire sauce. My husband and I hosted game night and made this for 10 of our friends... They now beg weekly for new batches! It gave me a huge boost of confidence, as I'm primarily a ramen and frozen pizza girl. ;)
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Slow Cooker Turkey Breast

Reviewed: Dec. 19, 2008
So very, very yummy! Added a cup of chicken broth, a bay leaf, paprika, some rosemary and thyme... Another dependable, unbelievably good and shockingly easy recipe. The slow cooker has become the best wedding present we received!
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