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Recipe Reviews 7 reviews
Ham Casserole
This was great in the slow cooker as well. I skipped the boiling and sauteeing steps and put all of the raw veggies and ham in the slow cooker, then made the cheese sauce and mixed it in with the meat and veggies. Cooked on High for 3 hours. The cheese sauce initially looked too thick- but it thins out a lot while cooking so by the end it was a perfect consistency for casserole. When it was done I added the breadcrumbs and stuck the crock under the broiler for a few min. The green pepper adds that extra something that most ham and potato casseroles are lacking.

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Reviewed On: Apr. 14, 2015
Portuguese Sweet Bread I
Wonderful "New-World" way to make my great-great grandmother's "Old-World" bread! Word of advice: to make it sweet you really should heat up the milk first. Also, if your family is from Madeira Island like mine and you are used to this bread having Anise seed in it, I found that adding 1 tsp of crushed Anise seed was the perfect amount. This saves me so much time- no more spending the ENTIRE day making Portuguese sweet bread! Thanks for the adaptation!

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Reviewed On: Apr. 10, 2015
Steak and Irish Stout Pie
Have you ever spent so much time making something that by the time it was ready to eat you were sick of it? I think that's what happened to me here. Made it exactly as written. I found it to be very greasy. I just didn't care for the flavor at all. Definitely needs some sort of seasoning to balance out the sweetness of the Guiness, sugar and pastry. My family seemed to like it though. I think after spending half of the day preparing and cooking this I just wasn't interested anymore.

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Reviewed On: Mar. 15, 2015
 
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