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Rempel Family Meatloaf

Reviewed: Dec. 29, 2005
This is excellent and as close to the one my mom made before she passed away but never got the recipe for. This is true comfort food, moist, tasty and so easy to make. I just used a special meatloaf pan that has the insert with the holes to keep the fat from the meat. This is a keeper and thanks for sharing.
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Sweet and Sour Meatloaf

Reviewed: Dec. 29, 2005
This was a great meatloaf recipe. I also tried another from this site (Rempel Family Meatloaf) and then liked things from both recipes and combined and made one. Loved the tomato sauce from this one but used the crackers, steak sauce and Lipton Onion soup mix as well. I also used a special meatloaf pan (regular pan with insert to keep the fat on the bottom without touching the meat). This is a must-have if making meatloaf. Also for something different you can put half the meat mixture in your pan and then add American Cheese slices and then top with remaining meat and bake as usual. This is a great alternative and added flavor. Thanks for sharing.
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Lemon Poppy Seed Bundt Cake

Reviewed: Sep. 12, 2004
I made this for our annual block party yesterday and it was a big hit. It was also so simple and easy to make. I always bake from scratch but this was a combination of boxed and homemade ingredients. I will definitely be playing with this recipe to try different flavor combinations. Thanks for sharing - no wonder your grandfather loved this cake.
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Pesto Sauce

Reviewed: May 1, 2004
This was my first stab at making a pesto sauce. This was very easy and I used fresh ingredients for everything. Too much garlic for me - husband loved it - I'm still debating. I started out with 3/4 oil but found that I needed to add the other 1/4 cup. I used pine nuts instead of walnuts and added a little more cheese. I couldn't think of anything else to change it to satisfy my taste. Thanks for sharing this recipe.
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Clara's White German Chocolate Cake

Reviewed: Apr. 18, 2004
I made this for my husband's birthday since I don't have a homemade white cake recipe. It was very easy to make but we all found it rather on the sweet side and I didn't even add the coconut or nuts since my husband doesn't like nuts. I'm going to see if others try this and make some suggestions on cutting out the sweetness. Only thing I can think of is cutting amount of white chocolate squares or cutting them out all together. I'll try this one more time and see how it goes.
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Fricken Yummy

Reviewed: Apr. 18, 2004
This is a great deck/poolside drink or when it's hot outside. Very easy to make and you can even make this in a pitcher to serve at parties where guests can help themselves. Very light and crisp but I think this is a girlfriend drink since my husband said it tasted too sweet for him. Love that the apple schnapps gives this a tinge of light, green color to the drink when served in a clear beverage glass. Thanks for sharing this recipe.
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Red Skinned Potato Salad

Reviewed: Apr. 10, 2004
Made this today for Easter dinner tomorrow and as I was making it I was tasting it and it was fabulous. I also tweaked it and used less mayo and added some sour cream and fresh dill to it. If using smaller potatoes cook less. I can't stress enough using fresh parsley and dill vs. in the jar spices. Does make a bif difference. Also to let your cooked/diced potatoes get cold before adding anything else helps them stand up in the salad better. I can't wait until tomorrow's dinner!! Thanks.
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Guinness® Corned Beef

Reviewed: Mar. 21, 2004
I made this for St. Patrick's Day and it was fabulous even though I didn't use a Guinness but used Honey Brown beer and it still turned out great. I used two bottles instead of the one to cover for my crockpot. Also added some black peppercorns, one onion, small Yukon Gold potatoes and carrots. I cooked the cabbage and bacon seperately. I will definitely make again.
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Deep Dark Chocolate Souffle

Reviewed: Jan. 1, 2004
I tried this for New Years Eve dessert and it was fabulous. As a baker though I just tweaked it a little. I added 3 oz. of my favorite bittersweet chocolate to the hot milk and whisked until blended. Also added 2T. orange liquor along with the sugar and vanilla. You can sprinkle with confectioners sugar, but we just scooped out and topped with whipped cream and a scoup of homemade icecream. If you are a chocolate lover you need to make this. It was so simple and everyone loved it - also made a great presentation.
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