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Golden Sweet Cornbread

Reviewed: Mar. 31, 2013
Just needed a quick cornbread recipe, because my husband was smoking ribs and I thought it would be better than biscuits. This was the first one to pop up,and it was easy, fast, and super tasty! Will be my go-to recipe for cornbread. I used a square cake pan, and had to cook it about 5 minutes longer. Good texture and flavor. Thanks!
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Chicken Breasts in Caper Cream Sauce

Reviewed: Jan. 10, 2012
This was quite tasty indeed. Instead of using the heavy cream, I deglazed with a little lemon juice and made a quick roux, then used whole milk and half and half until the consistency was right. The capers added JUST the right touch. Bet this would be good with salmon as well. Thanks!
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The Best Rolled Sugar Cookies

Reviewed: Dec. 24, 2011
Holy cow these were awesome! I followed the recipe exactly - as I usually do the first time. We threw the dough together this afternoon, and our Christmas Eve project was rolling, cutting and decorating! Got almost 100 cookies from this batch - much much more than I even know what to do with! The dough rolled fine out of the fridge, didn't stick (although I used parchment paper) and baked up quick! Tasty, easy, and only 7 ingredients. Really couldn't ask for more. THANKS!
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Potato Leek Soup III

Reviewed: Feb. 24, 2010
Oh my goodness this soup is outrageously good. I know, butter and all that cream is not the most healthy ingredients, but, oh man, it's awesome. The only thing I changed was to add a little garlic (which I almost always do), and I also use the boat motor to make it a puree. At the very end, I add a small pile of shredded cheese - Parmesan or Romano - and then a small little pile of bacon pieces on top of that. (REAL bacon - not bacos.) Every time I make it, I wonder why I don't make it more. Then I remember the cream and butter. But once in a while? Awesome.
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Crab and Lobster Stuffed Mushrooms

Reviewed: Dec. 31, 2009
GREAT they turned out GREAT! I did add diced yellow bell peppers and onions, which I sauteed first. Also added Old Bay - just a classic! Happened to have some fresh basil and threw that into the melted butter. Am eating them right now. Quickly. Enjoy the pic!
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Easy Vodka Sauce

Reviewed: Dec. 30, 2009
I just made this for the second time tonight. Man, is it ever good. I don't know what "authentic" vodka sauce really is, but I do love garlic and oregano and basil, and even rosemary, so I added these things. Didn't measure, sorry, just kinda to taste. Also added a touch of kosher salt, as a few others have said. Like I said, don't know if it's the way vodka sauce is supposed to be, but dang, it was tasty!
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Italian Tortellini Soup

Reviewed: Oct. 12, 2009
This soup sure puts the one I made last time to shame. My tortellini soup was basically broth and torts. The beans give it a nice pasta-fazooool taste to it. I had no celery. I had no onions. I DID have bell peppers, which gave it the celery crunch, and I had onion flakes. I also added the rosemary, and basil, and oregano. Couldn't help myself. You could smell it all the way upstairs. Mmmmm. Hearty.
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Southwestern Pasta Salad

Reviewed: May 26, 2009
We wanted to try something different for our barbecue, and the steak we made had cumin in the rub, so I thought this would go well - and it sure did go! I was also a bit confused about the amount of pasta, but I don't usually measure things anyway, so I figured I'd just add more oil if I needed to. I also didn't rinse the can of beans - I like the sauce, and it added some moisture to the pasta salad too. We didn't have cilantro, so I can't wait to try it again with it. My husband ate it ALL - no leftovers at all!
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Greek Chicken Pasta

Reviewed: Jan. 25, 2009
I absolutely loved this. My husband was walking around the kitchen, actually muttering to himself, "MAN that was good!" over and over. I added capers to my version, and also thought kalimata olives might be good - will be trying that next time. As an aside, the leftovers (without the pasta) make a tasty wrap or pita sandwich too. Mmmm. I also have done it with shrimp instead of chicken. Just those frozen shrimp from a bag - around 31 per pound, maybe a little bigger - and it's awesome.
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Sarah's Banana Bread Muffins

Reviewed: May 6, 2007
These are very moist, tastey muffins! Usually I make muffin-shaped banana bread using a bread recipe from Fanny, but this had a better consistency. For the record, about 19 minutes is all I needed for mini-muffins, in case anyone's interested. The folks at work will be pleased, and I'm glad to have not wasted very ripe bananas!
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Joelle's Famous Hot Crab and Artichoke Dip

Reviewed: Apr. 8, 2007
We made this tonite as an appetizer for dinner. Took the advice of some others and skipped the heavy cream - also skipped the mayo (I just don't really like it). Instead of baking it the whole way, we also microwaved the cream cheese, sour cream, etc together until it was heated through and smooth, then put it in the bread and sprinkled the cheese over it, threw it in the broiler for a few minutes until the cheese got melty and bubbly. MMMMMMM it was good. I looked away, and the whole loaf, bread and all, was gone. Also the store didn't have sourdough, so I used pumpernickle. Easy to make, easy to eat, easy to clean up (ya eat the bowl!) Can't beat that!
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Apple Cider Sauce and Pork Loin Chops

Reviewed: Feb. 19, 2007
We just finished up the chops - well, we have leftovers, so we're looking forward to those! I also did not have/couldn't find apple CIDER concentrate so used apple juice concentrate. And it came in 12 oz instead of 8, so I made a few extra chops, but the sauce didn't thicken like I thought it should - a bit of cornstarch and water fixed that right up. We served it with some butternut squash and onions cooked down in butter, which I thought complimented the sweetness of the sauce nicely. We'll definitely use this recipe again! I like the flour-dredging idea too - maybe next time! Thank you!
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