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Best Ever Cinnamon Buns

Reviewed: Dec. 25, 2003
I too needed to add 1 1/2 cups extra flour. They came out AWESOME, but I think I will use brown sugar and pecans next time. BTW, the dental floss works the best! p.s. I made my umteenth batch today, cutting the water to 2 cups works fine. You dont want the dough stiff at all or the buns will be dry. You want a nice elastic dough. p.p.s Proof your yeast with a small amount of water and a tspn sugar, then you can add enough water to the dry ing. to make a nice dough without sacrificing the flavor by adding too much flour. These are awesome with a simple cream cheese icing.
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Simple Chicken Brine

Reviewed: Sep. 13, 2010
Perfect! 4 hours in the brine and 4 hours in the smoker gave five star chicken breasts! Moist, Tasty....Mighty fine!
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Sopapilla Cheesecake Pie

Reviewed: May 5, 2011
Quick and easy and everyone loved it.
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Truck-Stop Buttermilk Pancakes

Reviewed: May 22, 2011
A++, got rave reviews from happy campers. A keeper. I omitted the optional salt and put the milk in last using it to thin to our preference. This makes A LOT of batter!!!
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Super Easy Doughnuts

Reviewed: May 22, 2011
5 stars! Awesome! After reading the reviews I doubled the recipe but only used 3 tblspn vinegar, added 1 tsp nutmeg, doubled the vanilla. Fried at 375 deg and coated with cinnamon and sugar. Anyone living in upstate NY: These are like "Freihofer's" but BETTER! The family LOVED them! I highly recommend being very careful about adding the milk, the recipe simply calls for too much. You want to end up with a very soft but manageable dough, not a paste!
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Grandmother's Buttermilk Cornbread

Reviewed: Mar. 8, 2009
AWESOME! Used non-fat buttermilk. Heated 10 inch skillet in oven,. doubled recipe. SOP- dry ingredients in bowl, pre-mix wet including butter, add wet to dry, add to greased hot pan, cook 30+ minutes. AWESOME, Rave reviews from guests.
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Fresh Southern Peach Cobbler

Reviewed: Sep. 5, 2011
5 stars! Not the "crumb" type topping we are use to, this is more cake-like and we like it. stating the number of peaches instead of cups is kind of ridiculas, we had to just keep slicing until we were satisfied with the amount and ratio of sugar to peaches. Very tasty and warm with a scoop of ice cream was orgasmic!
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BBQ Dry Rub

Reviewed: Aug. 6, 2006
Very good. I cut the whole recipe in half and added 1tblspn each of garlic powder and onion powder and just a touch of cayanne pepper. I rubbed (very liberaly!) 8 pcs of 1 1/2 inch thick chops and have enough left over for at least two more applications to chicken or ribs later! The chops got rave reviews!
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Hearty Hamburger Soup

Reviewed: Aug. 22, 2014
Hmmmm, whats in the pantry?? LOL, I had crushed tomato instead of diced and didnt have any tomato soup or beef stock soooooo: Crushed tomato, water and beef bullion (that's beef broth, more or less)and omit the soup. Added a green pepper because I had one and used a bit more 'burger than the recipe called for. This came out really good, even the picky eaters noshed down on it. Served it with grated parm cheese and hot pepper flakes on the side with some nice home made garlic bread. I think if I omit the barley and used macaroni elbows it would be exactly like my mom used to make.
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Mall Pretzels

Reviewed: Feb. 26, 2005
Four Stars Mrs Yee!! Normally I like to make my yeast dough by hand, but I did this in a KitchenAid with a dough hook... Worked like a charm! The tips on letting the dough rest worked well too. Watching an "annies" employee helps making the pretzel shapes quickly and the dipping was a breeze. I have to say the KEY to good yeast dough is GOOD YEAST!!!! Proof your yeast! If anyone is having problems with rising your yeast is not good and flour plays an important part too. When using bread flour be sure to buy a good high gluten flour. Nuff said! Hoggy
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Simple Whole Wheat Bread

Reviewed: Nov. 4, 2011
Halved the recipie. It made two loves. Perfect
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Soft Oatmeal Cookies

Reviewed: Aug. 30, 2010
PERFECT!
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Peanut Butter Cake II

Reviewed: May 4, 2009
AWESOME! I doubled the recipe and made a 1/4 sheet cake so I could cut it into squares. Very light,we were all very impressed.
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Grandma's Sloppy Joes

Reviewed: May 15, 2008
I doubled the recipe and it was great! Dont let the amount of ketchup turn you off, your really just making a BBQ sauce of sorts and it does mellow after cooking dor 30 minutes. Nobody that ate it picked up on the cloves either so USE THEM! Though I will admit that I didnt have any green peppers on hand so I made this sans pepper Added note. We do not add the sugar. Everyone likes it a lot more without. Beef or turley, this ones a winner! This is going right into my recipe box!
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Yeast Pancakes

Reviewed: Feb. 10, 2008
I increased the sugar to 2 heaping tablespoons maybe three, Remember as the yeast rises it feeds on the sugar! I also added about a tablespoon of vanilla. They are a bit, hmmm... "tougher" than a regular pancake but ten times more tasty. Yeast pancakes are a loveit/hateit thing, you either do or you dont.
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Powdered Sugar

Reviewed: Aug. 23, 2010
Use a blender in small batches and will have much better results than a food processor. Almost undistinguishable from storebought.
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Apple Pie

Reviewed: Oct. 8, 2010
I also found it a bit runny. I used 90% Mcouns and 10% Granny smith. Great taste but next time will have to add more flour or cornstarch.
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Pork Brine

Reviewed: Jun. 18, 2006
i cut the salt to 1/2 cup and added a couple cups water and some liquid smoke. I let the country ribs soak all day and BBQ'd them slow at about 250 degrees. They got rave reviews!
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Perfect Baked Jerk Chicken

Reviewed: Jul. 29, 2014
Tripled the recipe for use with four pounds of drumsticks. I added a can of coconut milk and later took the defatted pan juice and used that to make rice. Served the drumsticks on top of the rice. I really dont think I needed the oil at all as I poured off about a cup (!!!)after the chicken was done. I am going to do this again except: quadruple (or more) the recipe and add a bit more Cayenne along with a sliced onion. I will not use the pan dripping to make the rice but will thicken ever so slightly and pour over the rice. I think at that point is should be something like what we had on Coki beach.. which by the way, deserves SIX stars, LOL.
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Cornmeal Hotcakes

Reviewed: May 8, 2011
If you don't like putting maple syrup and butter on corn muffins then don't make these! *ME* on the other hand thought they were quite tasty! YUMMY!
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