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Chicken Pot Pie IX
I made three of these pies.....The first one was fantastic, as was the 2nd and 3rd...Call it Beginner's Luck, but ALL 3 of the Chicken Pot Pies were SO great, I thought I was dreaming, cause such a thing has NEVER happened before...The only difference in the receipe I made was, that I tripled the flour, as I did with the carrots, celery, peas & mushrooms. I also added a can of Creme of Mushroom soup to one pie, Creme of Chicken to another pie and Creme of Celery to the third. Maybe this is the reason the pies came out perfectly. When I sliced into the 1st pie, the slice was perfect. The same with the other two. My point being ALL three pies came out perfectly, they sliced perfectly and they tasted perfectly. I also used ONLY chicken broth and Half & Half, rather than milk. Today, Chicken Pot Pie, tomorrow, Peach Cobbler!!

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Reviewed On: Jan. 10, 2013
Spaghetti Tacos
I made these for my son, (he had seen it on a t.v. show) and lo and behold, these tacos were GREAT!! I wanted it to be alittle more filling, so what I did was cook a pound and a half of hamburger meat, add a pound of tomatoes, diced,and two cans of tomato sauce. Cook these all together for about 30 minutes. I also chopped half a head of Iceburg lettuce, also chopped a few more tomatoes, half a bunch of Cilentro and some HOT peppers for me. I added the speghetti in the taco shells, then put the meat sauce on top of the speghetti, THEN added the lettuce, tomato and cilentro. These were SO good that several neighbors (3) come over whenever they know I'm cooking these tacos. Most importantly, my son KNOWS he has to eat the tomato, cillentro and lettuce BEFORE he can get to the meat and spaghetti. These tacos are messy to eat, but really, they're SO good!!!

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Reviewed On: Jan. 22, 2012

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