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Dad's Pan-Fried Green Beans

Reviewed: Aug. 31, 2014
This was terrific and went well with the honey-ginger grilled salmon from this site. I sauted the garlic in the sesame oil, when it began to brown I tossed in a bag of frozen whole green beans to begin to thaw and turned it off. This way the beans would not overcook while I finished the rest of the meal. When I pulled the salmon of the grill, I put the pan on high and finished them off. With only a 1/4 c. of liquid it was flavorful and not too saucy. Using frozen green beans mad this recipe super-fast and easy. Will make again and again. Thank you for sharing.
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Candied Kielbasa

Reviewed: Jun. 13, 2014
I took this to an office party and it disappeared. I found this recipe after looking for something easy because I had a class the night before the party. My version for a double batch: 1/2 c. everything (less sugar than suggested) and two 1 lb. packages (sliced thin on the diagonal) of kielbasa. Baked in the oven, as others suggested, for 90 minutes, stirring every 30 minutes. Super easy, super tasty, and not too expensive for a group. This will go into regular rotation. THANK YOU for sharing!
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Honey Baked Chicken II

Reviewed: Jun. 1, 2013
Yummy! Half the butter, double the curry. Perfect.
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Honey Roasted Red Potatoes

Reviewed: Apr. 7, 2013
I made this exactly as described because I didn't want the sweetness to be overpowering. I melted the butter with the honey in a large bowl, added the spices (and a bit of parsley for color) and finely diced onions. Stirred it up to incorporate it and then tossed the potatoes in the mixture. Easy and fast way to make sure the butter/honey was evenly distributed without leaving puddles in the pan. Clean-up was quick with a foil lined pan. Thanks for sharing!
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Mustard Glazed Corned Beef

Reviewed: Mar. 18, 2013
I am rating this as an inspiration and not as an exact recipe. I cooked a 4 lb. corned beef as described, but without the pickling spice, as I did not have any. Just water in a covered dutch oven for three hours. I prepared a glaze with 3 tbsp. butter, 2 tbsp. brown sugar, and 3 tbsp. dijon mustard on the stove top. I broiled the beef on each side for 4-5 minutes, with a generous amount of glaze. This was excellent! The best corned beef we have ever had. Thank you so much for sharing!
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Collard Greens with White Beans

Reviewed: Mar. 10, 2013
This was a tasty and healthy side for pork chops. A few minor changes: I used a 1lb. bag of chopped fresh collards and used a 1/2 c. of chicken broth to replace the water and bouillon cube. Ohtherwise, followed it to a T! Flavorful, healthy, and easy makes this a recipe for the file. Everyone loved this! Thank you for sharing!
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Slow Cooker Hungarian Goulash

Reviewed: Feb. 17, 2013
I have made a similar recipe for the stovetop for years and was looking for a slow cooker version. This was perfect! I mixed the dry ingredients in a large bowl and then tossed the beef cubes in it. Placed them in the slow cooker, layered the sliced onions, and topped it with the tomatoes. Couldn't have been easier. I did use 1 Tbsp. of paprika, as my original recipe calls for a lot. Served on hot egg noodles, with a side of kale. A hearty and tasty winter meal. Thanks for sharing!
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Russian Tea Cakes I

Reviewed: Dec. 30, 2012
I followed the recipe exactly and they were perfect. These Russian Tea Cakes may have been the best cookie I have ever made. THANK YOU for sharing! (I would add a photo, as they came out beautifully, but we ate them all on Christmas!)
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Sweet Restaurant Slaw

Reviewed: Apr. 25, 2012
I made this with 1/2 head of small cabbage (20 oz.) and 3 carrots, which I shredded in the food processor. I then used the food processor to make the dressing. There was more than enough, despite initially looking a bit dry. I used mayo instead of Miracle Whip and celery seed instead of poppy seed, because I didn't have either. I also reduced the sugar to 1/3 c. which was plenty of sweetness. With these minor changes, only because I had to, this was excellent. I will make this again!
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Balsamic Roasted Pork Loin

Reviewed: Apr. 22, 2012
What I loved about this recipe was its simplicity, flavor, and I always have the available ingredients on hand. What I didn't like was the salt, which is inherent in the steak seasoning. For a two pound roast, I cut the ingredients in half and it was plenty of marinade. Also, because of the salt, I recommend marinating for only 1-2 hours. Definitely use a meat thermometer and take it out a bit early because it will continue to cook. (Mine was a bit overdone.) Next time I will cut the amount of steak seasoning and this should be perfect! Thanks for sharing!
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Sauteed Apples

Reviewed: Feb. 12, 2012
Super easy and super yummy! Served on waffles with whipped cream. Best waffles ever. I added 2 tsp of vanilla while the apples were cooking and cut the cornstarch in half. Perfect!
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Easy Morning Glory Muffins

Reviewed: Sep. 18, 2011
Yummy! I took the other suggestions: 1/2 whole wheat flour, 1/2 white flour, cut the oil in half and substituted 1/2 c. natural applesauce. The only other change I made was a full cup of raisins to replace the walnuts, which I didn't have. Made 18 muffins, baked for 27 minutes. Yummy, healthy, and easy. What else could you ask for?
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Pretty Chicken Marinade

Reviewed: Sep. 11, 2011
Holy-moly was this SALTY! I did use regular soy sauce, only by default as I often do, but still this was far too salty even by those expectations. I even reduced the oil and soy sauce to 1/2 c. each. The flavors were great, particularly the liquid smoke (which I had never used before), but it was just off, far too salty and a bit greasy. I will make this again, reducing the olive oil and soy sauce (using low-sodium) to 1/3 c. and keeping the other ingredients the same.
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Satiny Chocolate Glaze

Reviewed: Mar. 8, 2011
Perfection! I used 1 c. chocolate chips, 1/2 stick butter, 2 tbsp. corn syrup and 1/2 tsp. vanilla to make a little more-just enought for two dozen cupcakes. Excellent consistency - thin enough to drizzle, but doesn't run off. Great topping for the Black Bottom Cupcakes I from this site. I just dipped the cupcakes in, and it was a smooth thick finish.
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Ginger Salmon

Reviewed: Mar. 6, 2011
This was super quick and flavorful for an easy dinner when I thawed some salmon and didn't know how I wanted to prepare it. I double the recipe, except for the mustard, which I though might overpower the fish and sauce. I microwaved it for 20 seconds to help thin out the honey. I also cooked this on the stovetop, spooning the sauce on both sides as it cooked. Excellent! Thank you for sharing. We'll be having this again!
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Wilted Spinach

Reviewed: Feb. 21, 2011
This was a fast and nutritious side dish to go with our meal. I used 2 Tbsp. olive oil and 1 Tbsp. balsamic vinegar and it was more than enough for 12 oz. spinach. Also, I sauteed the spinach with 2 tsp. olive oil rather than steam to reduce some of the moisture that is inherent in the spinach. Will make again and again. Thanks for sharing!
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Moroccan-Style Stewed Chicken

Reviewed: Feb. 20, 2011
Super easy slow cooker meal that is a bit different from the standard. Great flavors from the honey, cumin and cinnamon. I only used 1 can (2 cup) of chicken stock and there was more than enough liquid. I also added 1/2 tsp. ground ginger. Definitely add the raisins in the last half hour. Served on brown rice. Will make again! Thanks for sharing!
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Polka Dots

Reviewed: Feb. 20, 2011
Yumm-o! These were super easy and dare I say, better than making them from scratch. I mixed the dough with peanut butter chips and refrigerated for a couple hours. I used a small cookie scoop, baked 12 minutes and cooled 5 minutes on the pan (which was lined with parchment paper.) It needed the full 12 minutes because the dough was cold and the scoop made a thick cookie. Perfect!
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Slow Cooker Split Pea Sausage Soup

Reviewed: Feb. 13, 2011
I had a spiral ham bone and some ham leftover from a party. I boiled the bone down to get the meat off and used that water for the base. Half ham water, half water so it wouldn't be too salty. I didn't add the bouillon and skipped the sausage because of the ham. This was excellent soup and perfect for a winter's day. Will definitely make again!
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Three Cheese Chicken Penne Pasta Bake

Reviewed: Feb. 13, 2011
Fast, easy, nutritious. What else do you do you need for the dinner. Didn't have fresh spinach, so I used a 10 oz. box of frozen chopped spinach. Not gourmet, or very original, but it fit the bill for a weeknight dinner.
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