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Honey Mustard BBQ Pork Chops

Reviewed: Jan. 28, 2006
Both my husband and I really liked this recipe--but we baked the chops like another reviewer did. I made just a few changes. 1) Salted/peppered/floured the chops, and browned them (along with 1/3 of a sliced yellow onion) in extra virgin olive oil. 2) Put onions and browned chops in a greased casserole dish. 3) Doubled the sauce recipe (deglazed the skillet with some of the sauce)then covered chops and onions with the mustard sauce 4) Covered and baked at 350 for 1 hour (used thick chops) This came out just great--chops were moist, tender, and sauce is really yummy. Thanks for this recipe!
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Brown Sugar Meatloaf

Reviewed: Nov. 6, 2005
Very good--but a little too sweet. Next time I make this (and there definately will be a next time), I will reduce the amount of brown sugar to 1/3 a cup. I may also try tomato soup as opposed to the catsup. I did make a couple of changes on this first try: 1) used a packet of lipton onion soup mix instead of chopped onion; 2) used Italian style breadcrumbs in place of saltines; 3) added worsteshire sauce (1 tbl) to sauce; 4) mixed 1/3 of sauce in meat mixture, and 1/3 on bottom of pan, and 1/3 on top of meat mixture. Served this with mashed potatoes and corn mixed with red and green peppers. You need to serve side dishes that are spicy to offset the sweetness of this loaf. All in all, a great recipe. Thanks!
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Grilled Mahi Mahi

Reviewed: Jun. 17, 2005
Excellent, and very different fish recipe. I made a few changes: 1) Used olive oil instead of butter--was good, but next time I will try the butter (or do half and half oil and butter). 2) Did not have jarred garlic, so used garlic powder 3) Used bottled lemon juice, as I did not have fresh lemons 4) Used motzerrela cheese, as did not have pepperjack--next time I will try the pepperjack 5) Baked the fish at 350 for 30 minutes in a covered casserole dish instead of grilling 6) I added green and red bell peppers, yellow squash, mushrooms along with the onion--which really turned out very well Delicious--Great recipe--thanks!!
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Green Bell Peppers stuffed with Tomato Lentil Couscous

Reviewed: May 24, 2005
I love these peppers. I made a some of changes: 1) used about 12 oz of cheese--half I mixed into the stuffing, and other half was sprinkled on top; 2) could not find tomato lentil couscous, so I used the parmesan/garlic/olive oil couscous I had on hand; 3) Instead of 2 jars spaghetti sauce I used 1 jar sauce, and 2 cans stewed tomatoes; 3) Used 1 pound ground round and 1 pound hot italian sausage; 4) Used green, red, orange and yellow bell peppers; 5) Since filling looked very soupy, I sprinkled Italian breadcrumbs over filling, just before sprinkling with cheese (hoping breadcrumbs would absorb some liquid) This was very good the first night (but I was not bowled over--would have rated this a 3 star recipe). However, after sitting in the fridge overnight, the flavors melded, texture firmed up (filling was not as soupy as it was the first night)--these peppers were absolutely fantastic as left-overs. My suggestion is to make these 1 day ahead of time so flavors/texture develop. Next time I may add some sun-dried tomatoes and mushrooms--and lentils! Thanks--you've made a stuffed pepper lover out of me. :)
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Banana Pudding IV

Reviewed: May 2, 2005
Delicious! This is a very nice, flavorful, creamy banana pudding. I made a few changes: took suggestion of other reviewers and used 1 box french vanilla and 1 box banana cream instant pudding. I also used lowfat condensed milk, lowfat cream cheese and light Cool Whip--and it still tastes great. Thanks for the recipe!! Am about to take some over to my parents.
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Cola Pot Roast II

Reviewed: Apr. 17, 2005
This was good--meat was very tender--but it is not my favorite recipe for pot roast by far. Seemed very bland--really needs some spicing up. My favorite crock pot recipe for pot roast remains as follows: 1 can condensed tomato soup; 1 can rotel extra hot diced tomatos; 10 oz Foster's beer; packet of taco seasoning--mix together to make sauce. Put chuck roast, red potatos, carrots, onions (quartered), celery and drained canned whole tomatos in crock pot--pour sauce over all, cook low for 7--9 hours, depending on size of roast.
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Artichoke Chicken

Reviewed: May 4, 2004
This recipe is great--I've eaten the chicken 2 nights in a row, and still keep thinking about it! I used low-fat mayo, which worked great. I made the artichoke sauce per instructions, however, then sprinkled shredded motzerrella/parmesan cheese on top of sauce. Then sprinkled Italian bread crumbs over cheese & sprayed with Pam. This made a crunchy crust, which added nice texture. Thanks so much for this recipe--I will be making this often!
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Impossible Pumpkin Pie

Reviewed: Nov. 19, 2002
Great recipe--and so easy--and no need to make crust!! I like that it makes a firm, yet very moist filling (often pumpkin pie fillings are too soft and mushy). I made a few changes. First, I used 1/2 cup Bisquick in place of the flour, salt and baking soda. Used brown sugar instead of white. Used 1 tablespoon of pumpkin pie spice instead of adding the cinnamon, allspice, ginger and nutmeg separately. Finally, I added a topping of 1/3 cup brown sugar, 1/3 cup quick cooking oatmeal and 2 tablespoons softened butter--sprinkled this on the pie just before baking. Yum!!!! I will be making this pie again-I would use this recipe even with a regular crust--texture of filling is just right with the added Bisquick.
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Shepherd's Pie I

Reviewed: Nov. 1, 2002
This is a keeper--excellent recipe. I made a couple of additions: 1) Used 2 14oz cans of Mexican style stewed tomatos in the ground beef mixture. 2) Followed my husband's suggestion and added a packet of Taco seasoning to ground beef/tomato/onion mixture. 3) Added about 1/2 cup low-fat sour cream to instant potatoes to make them creamier. Wow!! A Sheperd's Pie with a Mexican kick to it!! This is going to be a regular at our house!! Next time, instead of topping with plain cheddar, I'm going to use the Mexican mixture (cheddar, monterrey jack cheeses). Thanks for a great recipe!
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Fisherman's Quick Fish

Reviewed: Oct. 29, 2002
This is one of the better fish recipes I've tried in a long time. Really liked it, and very easy to put together. I used cod, Nacho-Cheese flavored Doritoes, and Ceaser (sp?) dressing, as I did not have creamy Italian. I also increased the shredded cheddar in topping to 1 cup. Also, baked fish at 425 for 12 minutes. Yum! I served this with brown rice and asparagus--wonderful combo. Will make this again--next time I will use the spicy Doritoes. Topping is great! Thanks for the recipe.
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Southern Praline Pecan Cake

Reviewed: Mar. 30, 2002
An excellent recipe. However, I always use 1/3 cup oil and 1 cup evaporated milk. I've made this recipe with a white cake mix and a german chocolate mix--with excellent results. With the white cake mix, I also add a small box of instant vanilla or white chocolate pudding. No need for frosting--just sprinkle with powdered sugar--the cake is rich enough to stand on its own.
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Apple and Sausage Cornbread Stuffing

Reviewed: Feb. 2, 2002
Good recipe--very nice flavor. I left out the garlic and celery (don't care for celery), and used pepperidge farm corn bread stuffing mix (12 ozs)--also added a can of chicken broth. Next time I will leave out the apple, as I didn't think it really added very much to the stuffing. But the sausage (used country sausage), mushrooms and onion gave it an outstanding flavor. Will be making this again--next time I will add a little more moisture.
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Eggless Sweet Potato Casserole

Reviewed: Feb. 2, 2002
Love this recipe. I added more butter to the brown sugar topping. I also added 1/3 cup golden rum to the sweet potato filling. Wonderful flavor--will be making this again. I like the fact that there are no eggs in it (lol...although I did add calories with booze!)
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Slow Cooker Kielbasa Stew

Reviewed: Jan. 7, 2002
Had this last night-very hearty flavor. I didn't have red potatos, so used baking potatos and they worked very well. Forgot to add the shredded swiss and it still tastes great. I used 2 lbs of sauerkraut and 2 cups of fat-free chicken broth. Am having the left-overs tonight with beer bread (and this time, I will remember to sprinkle it with swiss cheese!) Yum! Serve this on a cold night.
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Slow Cooker Chicken Continental

Reviewed: Dec. 30, 2001
This is wonderful--the chicken and dried beef go well together. I did make a few changes to the recipe: 1) I used 2 cans cream of mushroom soup, and 2 cups of sour cream (hey--I like a LOT of gravy) 2) Added a packet of Lipton Onion soup mix 3) Added a cup of shredded cheddar cheese 4) Increased the flour to 1/2 cup Layered everything like recipe said (you don't even have to thaw the chicken breasts--I put them in frozen. After 8 hours in crock pot, everything was done--chicken very tender and sauce was great. Served this with rice and asparagus--all I can say is this meal was terrific!!!!!! Try this--you will really like it!
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