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Aunt Millie's Broccoli Casserole

Reviewed: Apr. 15, 2000
This is really cheesy and without too much of a salty taste. I used crackers instead of croutons and it still was excellent. Thanks!
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Tuna Salad With Fresh Dill

Reviewed: Jul. 18, 2000
I must say that this is the tastiest tuna recipe I've had in a while! So easy and quick too. Can use dried herbs but the fresh ones are better. Thanks for the great recipe Jessica.
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Banana Bread IV

Reviewed: Aug. 7, 2000
This is the only banana bread recipe I have used since I found this one in 2000 (sorry, mom). I have tried a few others but always come back to this one. One change I make is to split the recipe into 3, not 2, glass loaf pans. Yes, the bread is sweet, so cut the sugar by 0.5-1 cup if desired. I have a batch in the oven now - smells heavenly!
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Baked Vegetables I

Reviewed: Sep. 8, 2000
Yummy!! Be sure to cut the potatoes small since these take much longer to cook.
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Herbed Eggplant Slices

Reviewed: Jan. 14, 2001
This is good for something different. It was still tasty without the garlic (food allergy).
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Garden Herb Loaf

Reviewed: Jan. 6, 2002
Wonderful smelling and tasting. Very good the next day. Next time I will add more herbs since I was expecting more herb flavor.
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My Own Famous Stuffed Grape Leaves

Reviewed: Jul. 13, 2002
I've made these twice - once with ground veal and once without the veal & olive oil. I like it without the veal and the olive oil. I use jarred grape leaves from a speciality store so I don't have to cook them as long (but they aren't shiny green either). I agree w/ Rick, for a main dish, I like my leaves bigger than the recipe directs. To help keep them closed during the simmering, sqeeze the stuffed leaves w/ your hand before placing in the pot. I crave these, they are so good! Thanks Patti!
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Stephan's Broiled Salmon Pesto

Reviewed: Jul. 13, 2002
A different way to eat salmon. Definitely add the garlic roasted red potatoes, adding a little lemon right before serving. Yum.
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Chicken Milano

Reviewed: Nov. 17, 2003
A lot of flavor....yum. I halved the recipe since there are 2 of us, but we'll make the full batch next time for leftovers. We had spinach fettuccini, which I think complimented the dish well.
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Ranch Dressing II

Reviewed: Jun. 26, 2005
Wow, what a delicious dressing! Since I love buttermilk, I substituted part of the mayonnaise and sour cream. I will never buy ranch dressing again!
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Boilermaker Tailgate Chili

Reviewed: Dec. 19, 2008
I had to make this as my husband is a Purdue grad. We both really enjoyed it. As with most chilis, this tastes better the next day but it's hard to wait that long since it smells so good as it cooks. To add something different, I sometimes add small chunks of beef stew meat that I've pre-cooked in the oven (it's a great way to tenderize cheaper meat cuts). Other than that, I don't change a thing.
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Green Curry Thai for Kings

Reviewed: Dec. 20, 2008
Very good recipe. Small changes I made - instead of chicken breast 4 skinless chicken thighs & 1 small bok choy, 1 green chili pepper and 2 Tbsp green chile paste. I've added to my recipe box since we'll be making this one again.
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Cranberry Orange Wheat Scones

Reviewed: Dec. 20, 2008
I'll definitely make these again. I used fresh cranberries so that made it a little bit tart so next time, I'll add a bit of white sugar with the fresh berries. I used a food processor to mix the shortening to the dry ingredients & then used the processor to rough chop my cranberries. As soon as I pulled them off the baking sheet I had to snag one, add butter and savor with a cup of tea. Wonderful on a cold winter morning.
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Emily's Famous Hash Browns

Reviewed: Mar. 29, 2009
We're on the quest to find the best hashbrown recipe. I thought this one had great technique - the rinse and drying are critical. It was a tad too flour-y, but that's my fault...probably due to using smaller potatoes than recipe called for. Next time, I'll reduce the flour and egg. As always, I finished the 'browns in a 400F oven to ensure it was thoroughly cooked. Overall, good recipe.
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Irish-Style Lamb Stew

Reviewed: Apr. 2, 2009
I typically make another lamb stew recipe that has red wine, zucchini, tomatoes, fennel, horseradish and chiles. This recipe looks very basic next to it so I was a little skeptical that this would be as satisfying. It was great (the parsley was key for us). This stew has a short ingredient list, was a snap to prep and has a simple flavor that hits the spot. It's a great one to make ahead as the flavor is better the next day. Now I have two great lamb stew recipes!
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Mixed Citrus Vinaigrette

Reviewed: Apr. 25, 2009
I used this on a mixed green salad with arugula, sorrel, mint, chives & lemon balm. I also added the walnuts (toasted) to the salad after plating. Very bright flavor; excellent with the slightly bitter greens.
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Cucumber and Avocado Sushi

Reviewed: Jun. 10, 2009
I had a desperate craving for maki, & this recipe is what I made. Regardless of your comfort level trying homemade maki, this recipe hits the spot - fast, easy, versatile and delicious. I made mine with rinsed Spanish med grain rice, carrot, steamed asparagus and fake crab. This is maki for beginners so it's a simplified version. Once you are comfortable with this one, learn the traditional way to make sushi rice for an even better maki roll. Thanks for the recipe!
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Nachos Grande

Reviewed: Jul. 7, 2009
This tasted plain. Even with the jalapenos it wasn't the right amount or flavor of spices, and we definitely didn't enjoy the cheese soup flavor. We added tomatoes, sour cream and chives. Maybe with real cheese or, gasp, Velvetta and some seasonings, it would be better.
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Cabbage Rolls II

Reviewed: Jan. 4, 2010
As far as cabbage rolls go, this was good. Honestly, I'd rather make meatloaf for work involved. Also, neither my husband or I grew up with cabbage rolls so there is no nostalgia factor there either. I doubled the tomato sauce, as suggested by other reviewers. We thought the sauce and rolls were bland and the cabbage flavor was lost-that's probably due to my slow cooker. I think it runs too hot and overcooks items. If you love cabbage rolls, this recipe is probably for you. Also, how can so many 5 star reviews be wrong? :)
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Sweet and Sour Pork III

Reviewed: Jan. 5, 2010
Very good. I followed other reviewers' suggestions of reducing the sugar from 3/4 to 1/2 cup and leaving out the 1/4 cup water. The fried, cornstarch-coated pork is really key to this. Thanks for sharing a family recipe, Pam.
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