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Bread Pudding II

Reviewed: Jul. 27, 2010
A+++++ ...I have made bread pudding for years, and lost my recipe book with all my favorite recipes a while back during a move. I'm slowly remaking it, with lots of searching. I remembered the ingredients, but not the measurements...so I've been looking all over and narrowing it down to my final choice. And this is it! I didn't change a thing in this recipe. I did have to double it to make a 9x13 pan, like you have to do. An 8x8 pan just isn't enough, LOL! I accidentally added too much cinnamon because I was on the phone and not paying attention, lol...but it turned out delicious anyway. My fiance' likes it, so that means its good! He's already ate over half the pan since this morning! Thanks so much for this recipe, Ellen, it's already been added to my new recipe book.
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Fruit Cobbler

Reviewed: Jul. 22, 2010
Now I know why your son won 1st place with this recipe. It should get 1st, 2nd and 3rd because no other recipe can come close to the deliciousness his one has! I've always made a cheater type of cobbler with a cake mix and fruit...and it was good enough to not look for one from scratch. Plus, I am all about "easy" recipes...the less work, the better. But, I came across this one a few days ago, and decided to make it last night. And I'm happy to say I will NEVER make another cobbler recipe besides this one again. It's phenomenal!! And it really wasn't any more work than my "cheater" recipe. My fiance works nights, and gets home very early in the morning, and he found it in the fridge. Needless to say, he left me 1 helping (a small one at that) for when I woke up, lol. I used canned peaches since I didn't have fresh on hand, and I cannot imagine this tasting any better had I used fresh! I added a mixture of flour, brown sugar and butter to make a crumbly topping on this, and no other changes, and added it during the last 30 mins of cooking. It turned out perfect! I wouldnt change a thing. Thanks so much, Lenna, for this easy and delicious recipe! It's definitely a keeper!
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Sauteed Apples

Reviewed: Jul. 21, 2010
I'd give this recipe 100 stars if I could! Its not only delicious, its super easy! I did as others suggested by adding 1 tsp cinn., 1 tsp vanilla and just a dab of nutmeg, only because we love all those ingredients. I made the apples last night to go with Apple Stuffed Pork Chops from this site, and green beans as a vegetable. I let them cook in my electric skillet on "warm" the entire time my pork chops cooked, only to make the apples nice and soft, and the syrup nice and thick. I could definitely eat these by themselves all day long. I have the pickiest 3 yr old son that wont eat anything if he hasn't tried it before. So, I "sneak attacked" him and put some of the syrup on his lips, LOL! After tasting how delicious it was, he devoured a bowlful! I am going to make a triple (or more) batch later this week and serve them on my homemade Belgium waffles, and pancakes. I'm also going to experiment by grinding this up to spread on toast. I'll let you know how it goes! Thanks so much for this easy recipe...it was a hit! It definitely goes into my permanent cookbook.
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Smooth Sweet Tea

Reviewed: Jul. 17, 2010
I make sweet tea on a daily basis in our home. Its delicious and refreshing. Just a note...when placing tea bags in the boiling water, anything over 9 minutes burns the tea leaves and makes it bitter. I steep them for exactly 9 minutes and its perfect tea every time. the pinch of baking soda will take the bitterness out, yes. Also, by placing the hot tea in the fridge, that makes it cloudy. Try pouring it over ice cubes to make up the water volume.
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