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Crispy Fish Fillets

Reviewed: Dec. 12, 2009
This was great because it was quick and easy for me to make for my girlfriend and little cousin. I bet it would be just as good and much less calories if you fried it just with the eggs and mustard mixture without the potato flakes. My mother does the same thing with Eggplant and I'm willing to bet you can do it with this recipe too.
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Raspberry Vinegar Chicken Breasts

Reviewed: Dec. 12, 2009
Some of the ingredients I found hard to find but I substituted the RASPBERRY VINEGAR for a combination of CRANBERRY SAUCE and BALSAMIC VINEGAR and CREAM CHEESE for the WHIPPING CREAM. Noice!
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Louisiana Shrimp Casserole

Reviewed: Dec. 12, 2009
As a vegetarian, I am very big on fish. We didn't have all the ingredients but I though SUBSTITUTING CREAM CHEESE for sour cream and CONDENSED SHRIMP BISQUE for the CREAM of SHRIMP SOUP was an interesting idea and it definitely made this dish really delightful and wonderfully rich. I would definitely recommend serving this over crackers and in taco shells for appetizers or a potluck. Of course, it also makes a great dinner and the short prep time is always helpful. Next time I'm definitely going to try to spice it up so it can live up to its Louisiana name.
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Cioppino

Reviewed: Aug. 29, 2008
This recipe totally rocks! It's anything you could want in a seafood dish and the broth lends itself to pretty much any type of seafood you would want to throw in. For those vegetarians that still enjoy seafood, I can recommend making the stew with vegetable broth as I did. It's absolutely delicious! I can definitely recommend serving two or three crusty baguettes with the stew, it'll go fast and its great for dipping. You can pretty much buy all the seafood in this dish (because I assume you can probably find everything else in your kitchen, I did) for around $50. You can purchase everything frozen with the exception of the mussels and clams. I highly recommend buying big cherry stone clams and putting one in per bowl if you're serving a lot of people, 13 servings was way more than enough for my family of 6.
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