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Pineapple Sweet Potato Souffle

Reviewed: Nov. 11, 2011
I've made this 4 or 5 times now, and keep coming back again and again! I agree with other reviewers that it's very sweet (Think Dessert!), but it's so tasty! I use the 3 eggs that it calls for in the directions, +1 more for the topping (4 eggs total). It's baked up nice and fluffy for me every time. As with any baking, make sure your eggs are at room temp when you whip them in so they incorporate well. I would recommend that you allow yourself time to let it cool about 20 minutes before serving. The only time I've made a substitution was when I was given a load of Acorn squash and tried substituting it for the potatoes. I did some draining to make sure it wasn't too moist - otherwise the substitution worked very well. It had a slightly different texture, but puffed up great and only lasted one night in the fridge!
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Chuck's Favorite Mac and Cheese

Reviewed: Aug. 8, 2010
This is my new "potluck recipe." It's simple enough that I don't need the recipe to remember the ingredients at the store, and it's gotten me rave reviews everywhere. The only alterations I've made are to use half again as much cheese (I recommend a blend of good melters) and I use extra fresh-grated parmesan on the top instead of messing with the crackers and bread. It's delicious and you don't miss it!
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Spiced Chickpeas (Chole)

Reviewed: Mar. 16, 2010
This recipe was fabulous! I started the rice first, and it was ready about the same time I finished the chole. It's quite spicy, but even my 2 1/2 yr old liked it. I didn't have the cilantro or serranos, but it was still great. Don't skip the tomatoes and fresh ginger root! They cut the heavy spice and rounded out the flavors nicely.
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Mediterranean Puff Pastry Chicken

Reviewed: Mar. 17, 2009
Great recipe! I always do the recipe as written before making alterations. The first time through was good, but a bit bulky for "one" serving. The second time through, I used "thin sliced" chicken breasts instead of whole ones, used more spinach, rolled the puff-pastry out thinner to cover more room, and made it a slightly 'wider' dish than described in the recipe. I cooked it the same, and cut each in half to serve. The result was 4 portions instead of 2, with a little less chicken and a little more spinach.
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