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Chocolate Chip Muffins

Reviewed: Sep. 21, 2008
These are awesome! Irresistible! Just the right amount of sweetness. I made them to have on hand for my kids' lunches but I have to admit that a lot of them made it into my tummy.
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Jam Muffins

Reviewed: Jan. 4, 2007
Every recipe has so many good reviews and bad reviews - but I read some on this and gave it a try. I really liked it. It was also nice to have simple, on-hand ingredients. Here's what I changed: - I always use half all-purpose flour, half whole wheat flour - I used 1/2 white sugar, 1/2 brown sugar - I added a tad more milk - it was too dry initially - I put just a bit less jam than called for - I did one batch plain (for my nut and raisin hating ds) - I did one batch with nuts and raisins - both batches turned out great - I lowered the temp to 350 degrees as suggested I will be adding this to my keeper file!
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Easy Cheesy Chicken I

Reviewed: Jun. 1, 2003
We liked this. The sauce wasn't as thick as I thought it was going to be. I served it with pasta which was fine, but I think next time I will try it with mashed potatoes. It was a very quick and easy recipe. I didn't bother rinsing and patting the chicken dry. I would try this again.
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Cheesy Chicken Pot Pie

Reviewed: May 23, 2003
This was good. A few things though: The bottom of my pie did not cook. I used a glass pie plate so maybe that was the problem. So next time I won't put it on the baking sheet. Also, I had purchased chicken stock, but since I had boiled my chicken, I decided to use the actual chicken stock. I realized later that because of this I should have added extra salt as mine was quite bland. I think it could have used some more flavour. Not sure what would work, maybe some garlic powder? Also, I added some potatoes and instead of peas I used frozen corn. You can really use any vegetables you want. I would make this again.
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Beef Stew VI

Reviewed: May 22, 2003
This was a great basic stew. The rosemary gives it a really nice flavour. It's not too bland - I found it just right. Next time I think I'll double it so that we actually have leftovers! I added quite a bit more cornstarch than the recipe called for to thicken it up.
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Basil Chicken over Angel Hair

Reviewed: May 14, 2003
From the ingredients and the reviews I was expecting this to be amazing. I was so disappointed! It was a lot of work and a lot of different pots and pans and I really didn't like the results. Maybe I didn't make it correctly or something, but there was no sauce to this and I found it very dry and lacking any substance. It smelled wondeful when it was cooking, but what a disappointment! I would not make this again.
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Barbeque Ham

Reviewed: May 13, 2003
I would give this 3 1/2 stars. I found there was way too much sauce. I added a flour/water paste to thicken it up. If I made it again I would 1/2 the amount of sauce. I also found the mustard taste a bit overpowering so I would put a bit less of that and maybe add more brown sugar. It was interesting and I might make it again. It was alright.
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Salisbury Steak

Reviewed: May 12, 2003
This was surprisingly good. It doesn't look particularly appetizing when you look at it, but it was quite tasty and it was great as leftovers. I couldn't find condensed French onion soup at my grocery store so I used cream of mushroom and added some dry onion soup mix. You could also make this as a meatloaf and make the sauce up separately.
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Barbeque Halibut Steaks

Reviewed: May 12, 2003
My husband really liked this. The halibut was very expensive. It was a nice treat for my husband and I think he felt a bit spoiled that night. This isn't something we could afford on a regular basis.
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Wild Rice Casserole

Reviewed: May 7, 2003
I would give this 3 1/2 stars. I used plain ground pork instead of pork sausage but it didn't turn out as well. I think next time I would use italian sausage for some more flavour. Other than that, I doubled the rice as recommended and just added in some extra chicken broth near the end of cooking. I skipped the almonds. My husband liked it quite a bit. He likes anything with more than one kind of meat in it! I would make this again, I just couldn't put it on par with some of the other recipes that I liked more than this and rated them 4 stars.
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Cajun Style Burgers

Reviewed: May 5, 2003
These were good. I skipped the green onions. I forgot to add the Cajun seasoning to the barbecue sauce at the end, but they were still good. A nice basic burger with enough zip to make them quite tasty. I would make these again.
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Chicken Roll Ups

Reviewed: May 3, 2003
These were good. I wrapped the chicken breasts with two pieces of bacon. As well, I cooked the chicken over the indirect heat first and then put over the direct heat at the end to cook the bacon in order to insure that it wouldn't burn. I would make this again.
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Mexican Baked Fish

Reviewed: Apr. 29, 2003
I don't like fish, but I made this for my husband and he liked it. I just used some frozen fish fillets and layered them and cooked it a bit longer. I skipped the avacado. My husband said he liked the contrast between the crunchiness of the corn chips with the rest of the ingredients. I liked it because it smelled great and didn't leave a fish smell in the house - just the salsa and corn chips. It was very quick and easy. I think it was such a nice change with surprising ingredients for a fish dish. I would definitely make this again.
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The Casserole

Reviewed: Apr. 26, 2003
This is quite good. Some changes: I did up the mashed potatoes as I normally would, with milk and butter, salt and pepper. I beat them with my hand mixer before adding them on top of the meat/vegetable mixture. I think next time I'm going to try adding some garlic powder to the meat mixture and the potatoes just to give it some extra flavour. Also, next time I'm going to try just adding the cheddar cheese into the potatoes. I didn't really enjoy having the hardened cheese on top. Using canned veggies made this very quick and easy. Oh yeah - I doubled the meat and was generous with the number of potatoes and then baked it in a small roast pan. I would make this again.
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Hearty Ham Casserole

Reviewed: Apr. 25, 2003
This was really good! I doubled it and it fit in a 13 x 9" baking dish. I used grated cheddar on top. It was flavourful enough to be tasty yet it was plain enough that I had no problems getting my young kids to eat it. It is great as leftovers as well (and I don't normally like leftovers). I will definitely make this again. If I could, I'd probably give it 4 1/2 stars.
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Better Cheddar Chicken

Reviewed: Apr. 18, 2003
We liked this but didn't quite get the Cheddar Cheese. I found it just browned on top and didn't end up adding much to the chicken. I think next time I would leave it out. I think next time I would double the amount of spices. I was really expecting more of a zing to this. Also, I just baked them on a regular baking sheet and boneless, skinless chicken breast halves only take 20-25 minutes (maybe 30 for really large breasts). I don't see the need to bake them for 40 minutes. I did find the chicken was really tender and juicy. I don't know if it was just good timing (not overcooking) or if the butter helped with this. I would make this again. I gave it 4 stars on the assumption that this would have more zing by doubling the spices.
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Ziti with Italian Sausage

Reviewed: Apr. 16, 2003
We really liked this. Here are some changes I made: We used hot Italian sausage as was recommended. Even my 6 and 4 year olds didn't find it too hot. It added great taste. Also, we don't have ziti pasta, so I used some spirals - you can really use whatever you have in your pantry. I doubled the sauce as was recommended, but didn't use it all. If possible, I think I would add an extra 1/2 of the sauce. I also doubled the spices in the sauce. We are cheese lovers and could hardly taste the mozzarella even though we put 1 1/2 cups. I would put 2 cups. We also grated mozzarella cheese over our individual servings as a topping. My husband is a big meat eater and would have liked more meat (I often double the meat in recipes for him) but I thought it was just the right amount. I baked mine in a 9x13 inch dish and didn't bother repeating the layers - just did one layer of each, ending with the Parmesan on top. I left it uncovered for about the first half, then covered with foil. I would make this again. It's a nice, flavourful change from ground beef dishes.
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Sirloin Steak with Garlic Butter

Reviewed: Apr. 14, 2003
You may as well save yourself the time, effort, and extra calories. Just put some garlic powder on the steak along with the salt and pepper. This wasn't anything amazing.
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B's Cordon Bleu Bundles

Reviewed: Apr. 11, 2003
I really like this recipe. Here are some issues I had as well as things I would try differently next time. Other reviewers said it was too oily so I boiled the chicken and this worked wonderfully. I also tried using the full rectangle of dough instead of the triangles. This worked, but they ended up being huge. I think next time I would chop the chicken so that I could customize how much chicken to put in depending on what size of dough I was using. Also, Brie cheese was too expensive for me so I used mozzarella. It was ok but I think next time I will try ricotta or something similar. I might even try putting a couple spoonfuls of cream of chicken soup. I was worried that the spinach might be too strong tasting but it was very mild. Overall I really liked this recipe and there is a lot of room to play around with it and make it the way you like it. It was a recipe that looked like it took more work than it did.
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Best Ever Chicken Casserole

Reviewed: Apr. 11, 2003
I found this recipe good, but I wasn't blown away. I am still undecided about the water chestnuts (which I chose to chop before putting them in). They were a bit too crunchy for me. I would have preferred celery for a bit of crunch. But then again, my kids (6 and 4) hate seeing anything green in their food and so they liked it better this way. Also, I wasn't sure if I was supposed to drain the chestnuts. I did, but then added in some of the liquid so the mix wasn't so dry. I liked the cornflake crumbs in the mix. It gave it a nice texture. For the topping I did what I always do and mixed the crumbs with some melted margarine or butter. This way the topping bakes and isn't just dry on top. I left the lid on and just pulled it off near the end to brown the topping a bit, but really I think I could have left it on for the entire cooking time. Overall I found the recipe wonderfully easy to make and would rate it a bit above good.
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