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Bill's Sausage Gravy
Wow this recipe has me floored! Soooo good!!! I grew up in the South but live in NJ now. It is IMPOSSIBLE to find sausage gravy in this part of the country. sigh. I decided to make this for my mom (another Southern gal) for Mother's Day. Some tips and adjustments below: -Def use a cast iron pan. It's like flavor x 3! -"sweet" sausage gravy sounded weird to me so instead of maple I picked up Hot sausage instead - Jimmy Dean brand and used 3/4 of the package. I bet this tastes just as good with Sage flavored sausage. -I know it's just flour but King Arthur Organic is superior. $2.89 for a small package but you will absolutely notice the difference between high quality product )organic or not) and a regular one. -I measured out 3 cups of milk but whisked in a little at a time, adding more when the texture got too thick during cooking. In the end I was left with about 1/3 cup. I can't believe I waited so many years to try making one of my top 5 favorite foods!! I was going to be extra special and make homemade biscuits too but wanted everything to be perfect for my mom. So I decided to stick with what I know and spread the gravy out on Pillsbury "southern style" biscuits instead. Delicious - and super filling!!! This one is a keeper!

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Reviewed On: May 13, 2012
Best Tuna Melt (New Jersey Diner Style)
I made the tuna tonight. I'm leaving it in the fridge overnight to let the flavors - esp the red wine vinegar - soak up. I got 3 5oz cans and adjusted the rest of the ingredients accordingly. I'm a garlic gal also so I added some minced garlic like some of the other reviewers. from what I tasted it's pretty darn good. I like that you can actually taste the other components without all of the mayo of the store bought versions and I'm a mayo freak so that means a lot! Thx for the recipe!

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Reviewed On: Jul. 20, 2010

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