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Recipe Reviews 6 reviews
Delicious Ham and Potato Soup
My first thought upon tasting this was YUM! I can't believe I just made this! I used skim milk and it still thickened very nicely. I would not substitute chicken broth in place of the bouillon as the flavor is perfect as is. My only alterations were to double the ham because I had lots to use up and add extra potatoes. This is my new go to left over ham recipe!

2 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Dec. 29, 2013
Acorn Squash
My mom made acorn squash just like this when I was a kid. It's the only kind of squash I'll eat, and the only way I'll eat it. The only difference I think is she cooked it upside down till soft, turned them over & put the butter/brown sugar in each half and put them back in the oven just to melt the butter/sugar mixture. Great, simple recipe.

3 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Oct. 28, 2011
Annie's Fruit Salsa and Cinnamon Chips
DELISH!! Everyone who tried it loved it, even hubby who usually won't eat much fruit. Now for the inevitable changes: I replaced the kiwi with diced frozen peaches because my kids won't eat kiwi. (frozen because it was the middle of winter) I also added blueberries. Don't be afraid to use frozen fruit it you can't get fresh. Mine was great even with frozen peaches & berries. My only other recommendation is to cut back on the sugar. If you use full-sugar preserves the additional sugar makes it VERY sweet. As for the cinnamon chips, I used the suggestion of others to shake the tortillas in a bag to coat. I sprayed both sides of the tortillas, cut them into 8 wedges with a pizza cutter and shook the triangles in a bag of cinn-sugar. Worked great except that after baking and cooling on the sheet they tended to stick pretty good because of the sugar on the bottom of the chips. The second time I only coated 1 side w/spray, still shook them in the bag, and the side w/out the spray didn't pick up as much sugar mixture. This worked better, but they still stuck a little bit, so I 'loosened' them w/a spatula right away and then let them cool on the sheet. Use your own technique and make sure they are baked long enough or they won't be crispy.

4 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jun. 6, 2011
 
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