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Mormon Scalloped Potatoes

Reviewed: Feb. 1, 2013
Very good recipe! I sliced mine to just less than 1/2" thick. (I liked that, but my girls wished they were thinner, yet.) I didn't add the crust. But, both my husband & I agreed that the only thing that would make it better would be a topping...go figure. I did't have hardly any sour cream but had some left over heavy cream so I used that. For a girl that loves sour cream and couldn't use it, you couldn't have told that something was missing. Definately making again.
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Deep Dish Brownies

Reviewed: Jan. 3, 2012
doubled for 9x13; 4 eggs instead of 6
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Best Ever Banana Bread

Reviewed: Nov. 20, 2011
Very good!! Used 3 regular + 1 very small bananas. Actually had to use one mini loaf pan. Yummy!!
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French Breakfast Muffins

Reviewed: Oct. 5, 2011
very good breakfast muffin, esp'ly if you don't have or don't want blueberries, bananas, pumpkin, nuts, etc. (like I didn't have)
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Delicious Chicken Casserole

Reviewed: Aug. 9, 2011
The girls loved this recipe!
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Cranberry Hootycreeks

Reviewed: Jul. 30, 2011
I mixed the brown & white sugars together to help slow the brown sugar from hardening & clumping so soon. I made a choc. chip + wt chip version & choc. chip + pb chips. Both version went over extremely well with recipiants. I test drove the choc. chip + craisins version & I didn't care for it. I felt the different sweetnesses of the 2 didn't mesh well.
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Quick Sunshine Cake

Reviewed: Jul. 30, 2011
pretty good. make sure not to over cook cake, as I did.
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Salisbury Steak

Reviewed: Apr. 11, 2011
Husband likes so much, much better than the creamed soup version. I didn't mind but thought ketchup made too sweet. I doubled all the gravy ingrediants, with the exception of the ketchup, and it was still too much. Next time, I'd double all the gravy, but half the ketchup.
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Beer-Baked Irish Beef

Reviewed: Mar. 23, 2011
Very good. Husband LOVED the stew, esp'ly the beef flavor. Only added onions & carrots; next time will at least add potatoes, celery.
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Buttery Soft Pretzels

Reviewed: Feb. 21, 2011
So easy to make! Added 3.5 C flour like one suggested & added add'l .5 C while kneading. More flour didn't seem necessary this time. Baked 6 on 1st pan at 450 for 8mins. Was real good but bottoms & edges got crunchy & very brown. Reduced 2nd pan to 410 for 8mins, a bit doughy but not uncooked. Wasn't bad but next time will need to try in-between. SO GOOD! All 3 girls loved them plain! (Be careful, didn't need lots of salt to make delicious!)
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Runzas (meat pies)

Reviewed: Feb. 16, 2011
Did not try the dough, want to the next time I make it. Instead used frozen bread dough. Used 2 loaves & doubled fillings to make 8 large runzas. Cooked for 15 minutes. Filling was very good!
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Fluffy French Toast

Reviewed: Aug. 16, 2010
YUMMY! Made as written, with the exception of sprinkling on cinn. while on griddle. VERY GOOD! Really liked the fluffiness on bread verses the regular egg + bit of milk that I normally put bread in.
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Grilled Cheese, Cinnamon, and Apple Sandwich

Reviewed: Aug. 16, 2010
Wasn't terrible, but really nothing extrodinary. I love all the individual components (apples & cinn./grilled cheese) but together wasn't a masterpiece. I'd prefer a traditional grilled cheese sandwich with cut up apples on the side for lunch.
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Pork Chops a la Slow Cooker

Reviewed: Jun. 14, 2010
good, simple, tender dinner
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Fresh Strawberry Upside Down Cake

Reviewed: Jun. 4, 2010
even sprayed pan, still stuck real bad. Most of the 'topping' seperated from the cake, had to peel off the pan, ruined apperance & made look unappealing...but still tasted real good, loved the strawberry. Prob. next time (definately will be a next time), I'll do like some and leave in pan & serve out of frigerator with strawberries on the bottom.
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Sweet Restaurant Slaw

Reviewed: Jun. 4, 2010
sets up fast...very good...is on the sweeter side, but loved it!
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Chewy Chocolate Peanut Butter Chip Cookies

Reviewed: May 14, 2010
Giving it 4 stars only b/c I had to alter the recipe to get a better result. I, too, used 3/4c butter (not margarine) + 3/4c shortening, as well as, 1c wt. sugar + 1c brn. sugar. With these alterations, I didn't HAVE TO chill the dough. I planned doing so, but made a test batch 1st b/c I was too impatient. Even then cookies NEVER ran. I still did store in refrigerator while waiting them to bake. At first, I made small 2" cookies using the 1tsp scoop as directed, baking for 8 mins. But that took too long & we prefer the big cookies. Nervous about even baking & issues that often come up with large cookies, I eventually changed to using 1Tbls & flattening it out some (must do or will be uncooked in middle) and baking for about 12-13 minutes. Made perfect, large chewy yet crisp delicious cookies. W/out brown sugar-not as soft; with only butter-not worth attempting; chilling-as I made it, didn't seem to make a world of difference. **always be sure to allow pans to cool completely between baking times**
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Northwest Steakhouse Steak Marinade

Reviewed: Apr. 6, 2010
The restaurant from which this recipe originated is known for their AMAZING meals in North Iowa. I've had this recipe for years but have honestly never 'marinaded' with it. Usually, I mix this up & pop in immediately into the oven. I use it mostly with chicken breast & pork chops & it never fails to produce unbelievable meals. We seldom buy steaks, but got some real good petite sirlions at a great price & decided to make the "real thing." I did allow to marinade for about 5 hrs prior to grilling (again, I usually just bake my chops for about 45 mins @ 350) Ooolaalaa, Yummynummy! I took a large sheet of foil & folded the sides up to create a pan-like area, flipped the meat onto the the foil (marinaded in a 9x13(had enough meat I had to double the recipe) & solidified into a perfect rectangle that I flipped onto foil & then placed foil on grill) The meat 'cooked' in it's juices as well as marinade, flavor explodes. At the restaurant, they also use this warmed sauce over spaghetti noodles. I love it also stirred into my mashed potatoes that I serve with the meal or bread dipped into it. Oh, the uses are endless & alway delicious. Anyway you make any kind of meat with this recipe, marinaded or not, it always turns out so tender, juicy & out of this world!
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Chicken Broccoli Supper

Reviewed: Mar. 8, 2010
TOTAL WINNER! My family L-O-V-E-D this dish. I tripled the recipe & used a 9x13. I didn't change any of the ingrediants, except for adding greek seasoning to the cubed meat--b/c I put that into any dish I can. The bake time had to be increased a bit. The 1st 30 mins I covered the pan, only b/c some thought the noodles/meat didn't cook through. I stirred it after a 2nd 30 mins (it was getting 'crusty' on the bottom of the pan, mixing helped to break it up) then baked about an add'l 15 minutes. OOHHHHH SOOO GOOD! Just served w/ rolls, making for a VERY hardy meal. (Which is another example of how good it was: my husband is a man that thinks that every meal requires multiple sides, even filling/hardy dishes that most would think is a meal in itself needs a seperate veg., a salad of sort etc. but was completely content w/ only this & a single roll. That almost never happens. He couldn't stop raving.)
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Baked Spaghetti

Reviewed: Feb. 23, 2010
Everyone loved this recipe. I did put a little less than 1/2 of the sauce between the noodle & ricotta as sugg'd. I'd maybe use a 2nd jar of sauce, most of one on the noodles & most of the rest with the meat. For me it was a tad bit dry, but again that's the way my husb. perfers...maybe a happy medium. I also added on sauted onion & garlic in the meat. DEFINATELY WILL MAKE AGAIN.
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