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Whipped Shortbread Cookies

Reviewed: Dec. 20, 2005
An extremely delicate cookie that tastes wonderful. My 18 month old dropped one, and it compltely shattered on the floor - very delicate!
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Hearty Ham Casserole

Reviewed: Dec. 20, 2005
I'm not sure what to say: "bland" "kinda weird" "okay" or politely "different". I probably won't make this one again, but my hubby and 18 month old did eat it without much complaint.
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Turkey and Stuffing Casserole

Reviewed: Dec. 1, 2005
I really did not like the taste of this recipe. I think the sage (or something in the stuffing mix) was overpowering. Whatever was wrong, the pucker face that my 18 month old made when he tasted this dish spoke volumns for everyone! We will NOT make this one again.
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Classic Fajitas

Reviewed: Feb. 3, 2005
Good favor and yummy! We thought this recipe was fabulous on chicken and will make it again. We grilled the chicken breasts on the BBQ grill whole and sliced them after they were cooked. I pan cooked the onions in butter. We did try some beef too, but I certainly had the wrong cut of meat because it was tough as bricks (unfortunately I don't remember what I got). I highly recommend asking your butcher for advice on the right cut of meat for fajitas - I will do that next time.
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Confetti Chicken

Reviewed: Dec. 26, 2004
I made this recipe without the confetti top. I loved this recipe but my husband was indifferent. We described it as "chicken pot dumplings" because it was like eating a chicken pot pie mixed with chicken and dumplings (my husband does not like either of these kinds of dishes). The main mixture tastes like the inside of a chicken pot pie, but there is no pie crust. The breading tastes like dumplings. I love both these kinds of dishes so this recipe is just for me!
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Hot Spiced Cranberry Cider

Reviewed: Dec. 26, 2004
This cider has what I call a "kick" - a zesty, tangy afterbite after the initial sweet favor. It will warm up you and your taste buds. The aroma is fabulous too; I will make this in the future if anything to enjoy the natural Christmas-like air freshener. Like many of the other reviewers, I had trouble chasing the cloves out of the final mixture so I poured it through a mesh strainer into a pitcher. Problem solved and ready to serve!
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Southwestern Turkey Casserole

Reviewed: Aug. 3, 2004
We love this recipe so much that we cooked a turkey just to have left-over meat for this recipe! I switch the corn for flour tortillas, and I chop them up into inch squares - it makes it easier to serve and eat. I also add about half of a medium onion chopped, and I am very generous with the cheese - I use a lot more than is called for. Also this recipe freezes very well - I usually make two 8x8" pans at once; we eat one and freeze one for later. When we are ready for this meal again, I simply pull out the frozen dish at noon and cook it in the evening for dinner. OUR FAVORITE!
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Good Old Meat Pie

Reviewed: Dec. 31, 2003
I think with some creative adjustments this could be a good receipe. I used two pie shells - one on top and bottom which was a good addition. The seasoning needs some help; I wasn't sure what it needed. The veggies definitely needed more cooking; they were pretty raw. Mushrooms would be a good addition too.
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Sticky Beef Sandwich

Reviewed: Dec. 29, 2003
This was a very easy receipe, however I didn't measure anything so my version could be drier than the original. I used leftover chopped brisket and several opened bottles of BBQ sauce and ketsup; I just kept adding sauce until it looked like typical chopped BBQ beef. The beef was ready in less than 15 minutes too.
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