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Pork and Shrimp Pancit

Reviewed: Feb. 17, 2010
Definitely use oyster sauce. I had fish sauce on hand and used that instead, being clueless about the differences. It was still good, very good in fact, but it really needed the umami that the oyster sauce would have provided...
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Pears Panos

Reviewed: Nov. 11, 2009
I pretty much followed this recipe to the T and it turned our great! Wonderful smell wafting through the house. I quartered my pears as I think it is easier to core them that way. I did add a cinnamon stick at the very beginning and I thought it added nicely. I would suppose one could add a few whole cloves for a different flavor too. Would be great served over vanilla ice cream! Definitely a recipe to keep!
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Bob's Blue Cheese Dressing

Reviewed: Sep. 17, 2004
This recipe is absolutely AMAZING! A bit thick, but just a dab will do you! It's true, even those who don't like Blue cheese dressing will rave about this! I have made this time and time again, just as directed with no modifications and it's almost sinfully delicious. Ignore Bill and try Bob! :-) Look no further for the perfect dressing!
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Baked Mushroom Rice

Reviewed: Nov. 2, 2003
I am glad that I read the reviews before making this dish. I made the following changes and substitutions. It was a huge hit! Turned out great! I sauted half a medium sized onion, half a clove of garlic (could add more..I definitely will add more next time), and 2 huge chopped up portobello mushrooms (again, could have added more..yum!) in the 1/4 cup of butter. I added the spices to the onion/mushroom mix. Following the suggestion of another reviewer, I substituted marjoram for the oregano. I used a 1/2 tsp of marjoram, but could have added more. I lightly sauted the rice (uncooked jasmine rice) in a touch of olive oil in a separate pan. (I do think this step could be skipped...I was following the advice of another reviewer) While those things were sauteeing, I mixed my wet ingredients. I used the entire can (2 cups) of chicken broth (I couldn't find vege broth), the can of mushroom soup and a cup and a half of milk. I whisked that all together and added the rice and mushroom/onion mix. I had to put this in a bigger pan (13x9) and covered in foil and baked at 350 for exactly 30 minutes. My oven bakes hot so it probably was really 375. The portobellos were tasty, but they did give the rice a brown look. All in all, with the ammendments, it was tasty and a hit at my dinner party!
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