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Pinto Bean Dip

Reviewed: Sep. 20, 2014
Great flavor but way too salty. Next time I won't add the salt.
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Green Chili Casserole

Reviewed: Aug. 26, 2014
A recipe I have always loved but lost track of. Gluten free! Tonight I had some corn tortillas and cooked ground beef to use up, so I added those to the layers. I had to double the egg/milk mixture. I think my old recipe had more milk with the eggs.
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Cheesy Tortillas

Reviewed: Jun. 29, 2014
What's not to love? Fast food for starving swimmers. They loved it. Robards a van of black beans and added with the corn and cheese.
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Be Prepared Five-Bean Soup Mix

Reviewed: Feb. 9, 2010
I put my beans in a 1 1/2 pint canning jar, add the seasonings right on top, put a lid on it, and store it in the pantry. After dumping the mix in the crockpot, I add 3 jars of water per jar of mix. (Takes 2 for our medium-sized family.) I buy high-end beans at the health food store so they are already triple-washed. I don't pay attention to the bean mix in the recipe, use whatever beans I want, and go for some variety so its pretty in the jars. (Easy gifts, too.) I use vegeterian boullion and skip the bacon bits so I'm not limited when feeding vegeterians. The thing I like most about this is it is an instant meal. With a day of appointments ahead of you, all you have to do is throw the jar or two of beans and seasoning in the crockpot, add a few jars of water, a can of timatoes, and go. Come home to a great aroma and good flavor. This is a magic recipe. For one thing, I always heard you cannot put salt in beans before they are cooked, but this has salt & bouillon, but it works. The taste is great- good by itself, but not overpowering if you want to flavor it differently.
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Cantonese Dinner

Reviewed: Aug. 22, 2008
oh yeah. doubled sauce (with balsamic vinegar), added a couple pounds of vegetables, including drained black beans, served over noodles, great one-pot meal.
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Oatmeal Baked Chicken

Reviewed: May 26, 2008
A GLUTEN-FREE oven baked chicken recipe! THANKS! Due to other reviews, I marinated the chicken before coating/baking. It was good.
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Stovetop Bratwurst Dinner

Reviewed: Feb. 12, 2008
thx for the quick & easy meal, i needed this recipe.... it was good.
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Sausage and Egg Casserole

Reviewed: Dec. 23, 2007
I'm supposed to give this 6 stars out of 5, to quote the kids. Another quote: "This stuff is the bomb." Easy, feeds a lot of teens. I kind of doubled the recipe, except I didn't have double the cheese or sausage. Also, I diced a couple baked potatoes in there instead of some of the bread. I also added a little red pepper flakes for some zip. I knew my sausage was very mild so added some poultry seasoning when I was cooking it in the microwave. Anyway, obviously not a picky recipe but very good & easy.
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Christmas Morning Oatmeal

Reviewed: Dec. 22, 2007
It burned my crockpot past repair. Perhaps if the sauce was mixed in before cooking it would have been allright. The flavor was great, and it was easy. It was popular with the guys. They all thought it was great. Flavorful, sweet. I didn't have enough nutmeg so used 1/2 nutmeg and made up the spices with a bit of coriander & mostly pumpkin pie seasoning. I don't think it is critical as long as you get enough spices in it.
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Tiger Butter

Reviewed: Dec. 15, 2007
Too sweet for me, but a hit with the troops. After all the comments about the sweetness, I used 2 squares (2 oz) of unsweetened chocolate instead of the semi-sweet chips. I also used a rounded cup of cereal. After making 2 pans of mini-muffins in paper, I had some left over so I just dropped it by spoonfuls on waxed paper. It held its shape fine, and that's how I'll do it next time. They look kind of lumpy like turtle candy. Anyway, I had some Reese's mini-chips, and I thought that would go with the peanut butter and chocolate, so I put about 1/8 a cup in the last half of the batch. The troops like it both ways about the same. These are for christmas tins so we'll frost a squiggle in 2 different colors, probably melted butterscotch chips for the ones with the Reeses, and dark chocolate for the others. Anyway, a popular and fast filler for candy tins. Thanks!
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German Sweet Chocolate Cake I

Reviewed: Dec. 9, 2007
Hey. Its a great great recipe. Thanks!
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Stuffed Pepper Soup IV

Reviewed: Dec. 9, 2007
OMG, this is so good. I didn't really measure much, just used it as a guide... I had no idea you could make something so simple that tastes so great. Truly just like stuffed bell peppers. It wasn't that filling, and I added more rice as I was eating it, but truthfully the amount of rice in the recipe is just right. Thanks for posting this!
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Mammaw's Waffles

Reviewed: Dec. 9, 2007
This was easy & GREAT. The waffles were crisp outside, soft inside, great flavor. I doubled this recipe (5 teen boys + adults) and for some reason it was way too thin. I added a cup and a half of flour. It was still thinner than I am used to but worked perfectly--raised to fill the waffle iron. This is my permanent waffle recipe.
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Belgian Waffles

Reviewed: Oct. 29, 2005
very good, but so much more work than Mom's Best Waffles.
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Chicken Enchiladas I

Reviewed: Jun. 25, 2005
Well, I don't like flour tortilla enchiladas, they are always to "thick" and heavy. But this fit the ingredients I had on hand, and the reviews were good. Hard to tell, with the damping effect the flour tortillas have on the overall flavor. So there wasn't much flavor, even though I added more red peppers, etc. Not bad, not great.
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Hawaiian Waffles with Pineapple and Coconut

Reviewed: Jun. 25, 2005
The flavor was Sooooo good. Indescribable with maple syrup. As usual, I made a bunch of changes. Wheat flour, flax seed, random ingredients like that, loose measuring... So don't blame my comments on the recipe... But it didn't smell great while baking, and the waffles weren't crispy from the belgian waffler. Still, the flavor was so excellent that the waffles are irrestible. Fresh or reheated.
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Granola Bars III

Reviewed: Jun. 6, 2005
This is a GREAT RECIPE. No matter what I've done, it is excellent. I usually add a lot more fiber, cut the sugar down... I have never let it cool before cutting, I run a pizza cutter over it in the pan while hot. Also I put waxed paper down in the pan.... Really good recipe, super easy.
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Aunt Lydia's Apple Cake

Reviewed: Feb. 5, 2005
I had a cup of shredded apples I needed to use up and put that in this recipe instead of the applesauce. Also, I realized later I only put half the oil in, but decided to leave it like that (they say you can substituted applesauce for half the oil in a recipe....) My husband said it was "extraordinary". Usually he says things are "fine" or "good." Hence the 5 star rating...
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Emma's Belgian Waffles

Reviewed: May 15, 2004
I just had to do a review to add another 5-star rating. These are the best waffles I've ever made. I can't tell what's so different about the recipe, but they come out crisp and perfect. I don't have self-rising flour so I just add baking powder and a little salt.
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Easy Biscuit Mixture

Reviewed: Jan. 8, 2004
Excellent recipe. This may be old news to y'all, but I did it in my food processor. Sifted dry ingredients together. Chilled the shortening in the fridge till it was hard, then processed half of it in half the flour, did the other half, stirred together. So easy.
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