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Morning Glory Muffins I

Reviewed: Mar. 8, 2010
So I make this recipe a bunch of different ways depending on what I want to put in them or have on hand. I have used egg substitute before instead of eggs. I usually do 1c whole wheat flour and 1c unbleached white flour. I only use probably 7/8 c of sugar. Instead of 1/2 c of apple butter and 1/4 c of oil I use 3/4 c of unsweetened apple sauce. I do like most of the rest of the people on here and put about a cup of whatever nuts I want. I have used toasted almonds and pecans. Both taste great. Here recently I have been putting a quart of blueberries in the recipe with 1 apple, 1 banana and 1/2 cup of raisins. I don't ever peel the apple and I cut down to about 2 teaspoons of cinnamon. This is better when you are making it with the blueberries as it lets the blueberry taste a little more prevalent. Also, to make it easier I buy the matchstick carrots and rough chop them. I take two of these muffins to work with me everyday for breakfast until they are gone. They last over a week in the refrigerator.
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Ten Clove Garlic Marinade

Reviewed: Jul. 1, 2009
I tried these on some wings I was going to smoke and even though I didn't use the exact same recipe, I used all of the main ingredients. I used two bottles of Worcestershire, 2 bottles of soy sauce, 2 bottles of steak sauce, 1 small bottle of oil, some apple cider vinegar and a big can of the processed garlic. It was very delicious and will try it again.
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World's Best Lasagna

Reviewed: Mar. 24, 2009
This is definitely the best lasagna I have ever ate. I think what sets it apart is the sauce. I add some bell peppers and carrots and saute with the onions and garlic before adding the meat. I do subtract the extra pound of meat and only use turkey. Also, I use whole wheat noodles to make this a little more healthy. It tastes awesome either way.
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J.P.'s Big Daddy Biscuits

Reviewed: Feb. 14, 2009
Fluffiest biscuit I have had in a long long while. I did make some changes though. I had some buttermilk I needed to get rid of so I used that and I didn't have shortening so I used some unsalted butter. Updated: So I had an old stand mixer that I had had for a while. You know, one of those 300 dollar Kitchenaid's. I used it to cut the butter and mix the dry ingredients. Poured the buttermilk and mixed by hand in the bowl. I need the dough a few times just to get everything together and then just flatten by hand. There is no need to use a rolling pin. I make about 11 to 12 biscuits from this recipe depending on how thin I press it. I take them to work everyday and warm them up for breakfast.
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