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Fluffy Biscuits

Reviewed: Oct. 22, 2011
Great biscuits! I used half whole wheat flour and half all-purpose flour and mixed the dry ingredients in a food processor as another reviewer suggested. I also cut in the butter (I used all butter as opposed to shortening--and I am a southern belle through and through) that way, then transferred to a bowl before adding the milk and egg mixture. Quick, easy, and tasty biscuits! Will use again! :)
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Fluffy Pancakes

Reviewed: Oct. 14, 2011
Great pancakes! I used 1/2 cup whole wheat flour and 1/2 all purpose, and they were great! Nice and fluffy, and very yummy! :)
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Sausage Mushroom Quiche

Reviewed: Aug. 25, 2011
This is so yummy! I made enough for 2-9 inch quiches, so I tripled the cream, eggs, flour, butter, and lemon juice. I had a little bit left over, but doubling it didn't cut it. I used a pound of italian sausage and a pound of mushrooms. I also only used 1/8 c butter for the mushrooms, and there was plenty of liquid (and I did dump the drippings from the sausage out before adding the mushrooms to the pan). I also used refrigerated (not frozen) crusts, pressed down into my own 9 inch dishes, which may account for the need for more egg mixture. I did also add fresh baby spinach to the top of the quiche before adding the egg mixture. I probably used a little more that a cup of shredded parm on both quiches and top it with fresh ground italian seasoning. My family loved it! :)
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Chilled Tomato and Avocado Soup

Reviewed: Jul. 8, 2011
I thought this soup was very tasty, and my family enjoyed it as well! It was a great idea for lunch on a hot day (we had mexican blt sandwiches as well). I did saute the onion and the bell pepper just a tad before adding them to the soup because my family would not have enjoyed it as much if those ingredients were too overpowering. I also seasoned it with a little black pepper (in addition to the cayenne), and I only used 2.5 cups (20 oz) of vegetable juice instead of a quart of tomato juice. I really wanted to taste the avocado because I was using some nice ripe ones. I processed it in a food processor and then put it in a blender to make it smoother, and I really don't think it looked unappealing at all. It has a similar texture and color to many bisque-like soups. Once it was garnished, it actually looked quite pleasant, and it turned out to be tasty as well. This recipe may not fit everyone's personal taste, but it is certainly worth a try! I will definitely make it again! :) Thanks for submitting it!
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