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Sarah's Rice Pilaf

Reviewed: Dec. 20, 2013
This was delicious just as is. I wanted a bit more flavor, so after it was done, I added several personal favorite herbs and spices. I used homemade turkey stock instead of the broth, but that was the only change I made. I'll definitely make this again!
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Johnsonville Zesty Italian Sausage Pasta

Reviewed: Nov. 7, 2013
I'm grateful that I read the other reviews first. This was an amazing, budget friendly, yet gourmet dish, with a couple adjustments. I didn't want the sauce thin and soupy, as the other reviewers mentioned, so I left out the chicken broth altogether. I also added cream cheese, as several others mentioned, to make a pink sauce, a creamy, tomato sauce. I swear, it's incredibly close to many gourmet dishes I've had in fancy Italian establishes. Being Italian myself, I'm very picky. I was truly amazed that this simply delicious meal came together to impress my family and friends so well. I had my doubts all the way up until serving, when the sauce finally thickened on the noodles. It's a perfect dish with my two small adjustments based on the other reviews! I would've given 5 stars if it had listed these imperative changes. I, also, used ziti instead of linguine. It just seemed to fit and hold the sauce better.
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Banana Nut Pancakes

Reviewed: Mar. 8, 2012
Yummy! I followed the recipe other than substituting nutmeg and cinnamon for the sugar. Everyone raved about it. The only issue I had was how thin the batter was but how huge it rised and how it was hard to turn the cakes. It's a way different consistency than regular pancakes, and they're hard to flip, but they're way worth it!
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Pumpkin Pie Bars by EAGLE BRAND®

Reviewed: Nov. 5, 2010
Woot! Woot! I LOVE these. I'm sure they're going to be a big smash at various holiday get-togethers. Thanks SO much for sharing this recipe. I agree that you should grease the pan, but since I did, mine came out VERY easily after allowing to cool for 10 minutes. They were still somewhat flexible, so cooling for a little longer might be a good idea. I had no issues getting it out of the pan. (I uploaded a picture to show everyone in my Pampered Chef Stoneware.) I was impressed to say the least. I don't like things too sweet. Even with all the sugar and sweetened milk, this is not too much other than the typical holiday sweet treat. I think one reason I liked it so well is mine was in such a large stoneware baking dish, so the layers each were thin. I'm glad I did it this way. It didn't have one large layer of pumpkin. I'm not a huge pumpkin fan, but these were absolutely delicious!
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