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Recipe Reviews 21 reviews
Krystal's Perfect Marinade for BBQ or Grilled Chicken
I just tried this recipe on steak. It works so well. We had a sirloin steak and poked it with a fork both sides. I marinaded it for 2 1/2 hrs., and it came out so juicy that you didn't even need steak sauce. The well done pieces also came out tasty that my son who prefers chicken and doesn't really like steak, loved this one. The steaks that were not even cooked with a sear, came out delicious. I will next time try not to get too much marinade in the pan, so that I can get a sear. The last steak had a sear and my oldest son was exceptionally pleased. I got so many thank you for cooking, and it was so easy.

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Reviewed On: Jan. 12, 2011
Libby's(R) Famous Pumpkin Pie
There is nothing like the famous Libby's pumkin pie recipe. I made this for my mother in-law, who is 86 yrs old. She is into the everything's better homemade, so don't tell her I used store bought pie crust. I got her approval, and then later found out that she uses this recipe too, except she does make her own pie crust with LARD, like they used to do more, back in the day. From her time to mine, the recipe remains the same, no need to change perfection. That is why it's famous. 5+ stars, worth saving.

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Reviewed On: Apr. 16, 2010
Cut-Out Cookies in a Flower Pot
These cookies are very good. The almond extract makes them taste more special. I bought a pan that is specifically made to have a stick in it. I used some pam spray, and the key to get them out in one piece is to go around the edges when it is warm, and not wait until they are too cool to take them out. They also looked good without a stick. I bought the white icing in a tube, and all the supplies I needed at Michaels craft store. My husband and son's thought they were awsome. You can use Royal icing, if you want to make the icing youself. I made these at spring time, right around Easter. They make any Easter basket look super special.

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Reviewed On: Mar. 20, 2010

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