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Sausage Balls

Reviewed: Aug. 9, 2013
62 y/o Male in the kitchen and my wife considers me a work in progress. I made this recipe with no changes. I did use my Kitchenaid and a dough-hook which completely solved the mixing issue. I dropped in the pound of Jimmie Dean hot, used my scale to measure out 8oz by weight (4oz per cup) and just dumped it on top of the sausage, set the speed to 2, and walked off while I found a large jellyroll pan, parchment, pre-heated the oven, etc. I walked back to the mixer and dropped the one pound bag of shredded sharp cheddar cheese into the mixing bowl which now contained the fully incorporated bisquick and sausage. I let the mixer run for another 5 minutes fully incorporating the cheese into the mix and grabbed a cookie scoop. Onto the parchment, into the oven, and out to the cooling racks. No Drama, Great Outcome, and a new favorite. I just finished 6 sausage balls microwaved for breakfast, and you just gotta LOVE this recipe.
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Buttermilk Rye Bread

Reviewed: Aug. 7, 2013
This is a really nice rye bread from a bread machine. Don't think hard rye, think moist soft rye with a nice chew to the crust and a really good crumb (used regular white cycle with light crust selected). I first made this some months ago and made a note that it was an easy recipe with nice outcome. I myself a note to try again. I made this recipe again yesterday and after a test slice with butter was forced to go to the store for some deli ham, swiss, a bit of salami, and some hot mustard. This bread just SCREAMS sandwich me.
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Coconut Milk Corned Beef and Cabbage

Reviewed: Mar. 17, 2013
My wife is from Thailand so we know the flavors. We were mixed as to whether to even try this because I didn't want to waste a corned beef if the flavors were too "conflicted". On the other hand, the "same old" corn beef and cabbage IS kind of boring. WOW was this good. The ammounts of coconut milk and curry paste were just enough to "hint" at the changed recipe and there was a richness in the broth that we both loved. Only change I made was to use a crock pot instead of a dutch oven. Now my wife and I are talking about whether to "push" the coconut milk and curry to make them a little more prominent. We LOVED this as written and I recommend this as a change. It is NOT radical nor conflicted at the table. thanks rc
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