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Upside Down Ham Loaf

Reviewed: Dec. 31, 2004
My husband loved this - but I hated it - so we agreed on 4 stars because he liked it so much. I don't know why - I just didn't like the flavor and couldn't eat it.
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White Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies

Reviewed: Dec. 28, 2004
The recipe doesn't state this but always use UN-salted butter - otherwise your cookies will taste salty!! I donned a pair of laytex gloves to do the heavy mixing of the butter/sugar mixture with the flour, etc...Great cookies - you can use any type of nuts you want and you can use any "flavor" of chocolate chips. Will make again!!
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Buttermilk Coconut Bars

Reviewed: Dec. 20, 2004
Good recipe to bring for a crowd. It has a good basic cake/bar flavor that will probably be liked by all. Next time - I might add a drop of almond extract to the glaze before frosting.
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Chicken Breasts Pierre

Reviewed: Dec. 15, 2004
The sauce was very, very good for this recipe - but next time I will put the raw chicken with the sauce directly in the slow cooker. Didn't like the effect the coating and browning had on the dish at all. This sauce would also be very good for meatballs. Will use again - but with changes. Thanks for the sauce idea.
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Overnight Apple Cinnamon French Toast

Reviewed: Dec. 14, 2004
WOW - very good!! - I had to make a few changes because of what I had on hand and it still came out great!!! Instead of apple pie filling - I used Peach pie filling and instead of milk - I used eggnog. Came out yummy!!!!! Thanks!!!!!
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Butter Beef

Reviewed: Dec. 9, 2004
What a FANTASTIC treat!! Made the house smell divine!!! I used a 1.5 lb London broil (cut into cubes) and 3/4 cup butter, added a 4-oz can of unsalted mushroom pieces, and one finely chopped leek, and the one envelope of dry onion soup mix - like the recipe states. Served over white rice and with minted peas on the side. This was the most tender beef I've ever had!!!
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Southwestern Turkey Casserole

Reviewed: Dec. 6, 2004
This was a good way to use leftover turkey - but chicken would taste even better. I added a heaping teaspoon of chili powder and a sprinkle of seasoning salt to the soup mixture before assembling. Thanks for the recipe.
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Kentucky Bourbon Sweet Potatoes

Reviewed: Nov. 25, 2004
Best sweet potatoes I've ever fixed - satisfies the sweet tooth without having to use marshmallows, syrup, etc... You WON'T have a problem at all with the potatoes drying out as long as you stir twice during baking. That way - the potatoes aren't steamed and have the little bit of sugar crunch to them without being dry at all!!! I will use this recipe again and again - would be a nice way to impress guests!!! All this and very quick and easy to boot!!!!!!!!!!
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Slow Cooker Stuffing

Reviewed: Nov. 25, 2004
This recipe saved the day today! We tried a UK-version of stuffing - came out terrible - THANK GOODNESS I had made this in the slow cooker - as a "just-in-case"!!!!! The only change I made was to add cooked hot sausage (Jimmy Dean) and to omit the mushrooms. THANK YOU!!!! I will use this recipe again!!!! :-)
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Slow Cooker Chicken with Mushroom Wine Sauce

Reviewed: Nov. 5, 2004
Very good - I doubled the sauce and put frozen peas on the bottom of the slow cooker first! Thanks for the recipe!!!
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Apple Spice Dump Cake

Reviewed: Nov. 4, 2004
FABULOUS!! I halved the three spices and used a Butter Pecan cake mix (and unsalted butter). YUM! YUM! YUM!!!!!!
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Burgundy Pork Tenderloin

Reviewed: Nov. 2, 2004
I felt there were several things wrong with this dish: 1. Unless you sautee your onion/celery first - they will be quite crunchy, 2. The wine taste is overwhelming - and doesn't mix well with the celery, in my opinion. 3. No matter what you add to make the gravy - it will probably clash with the wine. So - - Perhaps I will use this general idea - by putting some red onions & mushrooms that have been sauteed in 3/4 cup SWEET white wine (and salted butter & seasonings) in a baking dish with the pork (NO celery!!) - perhaps that would achieve what this recipe tried, but failed to deliver. Thanks anyway.
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Teri's Dinner in a Pumpkin

Reviewed: Oct. 30, 2004
Great!! Great!! Great!! I microwaved the pumpkin a bit first - just about 8 minutes on 600 - helped! Also - I drained my meats - THEN added the spices - so they don't get drained away! I used HOT pork sausage. Also, I cooked some frozen French cut green beans and used those, instead of canned. I also used fresh mushrooms and added them after draining the meats, but before the spices. Next time - I will use 2 lbs of ground beef, add one more can of cream of mushroom soup, and add a generous sprinkling of cajun seasoning. That way - it's great in a pumpkin - or great on it's own (at other times of the year) on buns! Love the spices - they mixed well with the the hint of cajun seasoning too (actually Sylvia's Soul Food Seasoning)!!! I think next year - I will also spread cajun seasoning on the inside of the pumpkin too! Thanks!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Creamy Soup Steaks

Reviewed: Oct. 25, 2004
Yummy-licious!!!!!!!!! Will fix this again!!! I made a few changes: I used evaporated milk, instead of regular milk. Also, I added 1 heaping teaspoon of Sylvia's Soul Food Seasoning and 1/2 teaspoon of garlic pepper. Next time I will double the sauce mixture - chop up a pork fillet and cook in the slow cooker - and serve in crusty bread bowls!!!!! Thanks - dinner was fabulous - great recipe!
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Baked Pancakes with Sausages

Reviewed: Oct. 25, 2004
This was good, though the batter was not as sweet or as light as we would have liked it. If I make this again - I will use self-rising cake flour and omit the baking powder and salt. That should fluff it right up. Thanks for the idea.
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Chantilly Cake Frosting

Reviewed: Oct. 25, 2004
Very good. Was very nice on our French vanilla cake. Has a faint taste of caramel - so if you love coconut and caramels - this is the frosting for you! We actually prefer to warm this in the microwave and use it as a topping for ice cream!!
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Chicken Breasts with Herb Basting Sauce

Reviewed: Oct. 21, 2004
WONDERFUL!!! I used 4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts and laid the basted chicken (I DOUBLED the sauce/herb part!) on a bed of sliced, fresh mushrooms. I baked covered for 45 minutes - then uncovered for 15 more minutes. The mushrooms added thier own liquid - so the chicken was very moist!!! Thanks - we even discussed using this herb/sauce on steaks too!!!!!!!!
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Amish Meatloaf

Reviewed: Oct. 18, 2004
Best meatloaf recipe I've ever made!! I used 1 lb. ground beef and 1 lb. ground pork. I followed the rest of the recipe exactly - the amount of sauce was perfect and we couldn't taste the vinegar at all! As with every meatloaf recipe - even better the next day!! FABULOUS!!!!!!!! Will use again!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Hominy and Bacon

Reviewed: Oct. 17, 2004
Thanks for this recipe Mr. Hamer. It does have a very unique taste - but I've giving it 5 stars because it's wonderful to taste foods with "history" to them. I enjoyed sampling this dish - but I did add a shake of Cajun seasoning though! I didn't do this but think --- cooked in cast iron over a fire - then served with eggs, ham, and a cup of black coffee - you could just close your eyes and imagine how they all tasted together on a cold winter morning, so long ago. Some may not like the taste of this to fix again - but what a wonderful thing to fix once - especially to let the younger ones know the foods that used to be eaten during the history of our Great Country! Thanks again!
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Country Ham and Quick Buttermilk Biscuits

Reviewed: Oct. 15, 2004
This is a review of just the biscuits. I used self-rising cake flour. Don't expect these to rise - but they were excellent! I cut very large squares - and they were the perfect shape to put sliced ham or eggs in between two of them. I made these to go with the Sausage Gravy I on this site. Yummy combo!! I will try the ham part of this recipe at Easter time.
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