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Recipe Reviews 7 reviews
Jamie's Cranberry Spinach Salad
This was a super salad for my luncheon that I had with a few girlfriends. Everyone loved it, it was fresh and light. I served it with some warm garlic bread sticks and everyone enjoyed it. All 4 of my girlfriends wanted the recipe, which I graciously shared with them. I always have craisins in my house, along with almonds, but never thought to put the two together. I might try adding some bacon to the salad for a protein, as I think it would be a great fit. My girlfriend also suggested using the bacon grease in place of the oil for added flavor. I will definitely try her suggestions, but I do plan to make this salad for Thanksgiving. I think it will be a great salad that is light and fresh and wont take focus away from the Turkey, stuffing and all the other wonderful dishes. Great recipe. It is definitely a keeper!

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Reviewed On: Nov. 19, 2013
Magic Pickle Dip
Being asked to bring pickle wraps for a family event this weekend, I was looking for an alternative that would pass for pickle wraps, but wouldn't need pickles. The one ingredient I didn't have on hand. I really didn't want to run out for pickles, and really didn't have time, so I found the review by Valerie, where she used dill pickle relish for this recipe. I had that on hand, so make this Magic Pickle Dip. It was a hit beyond belief. My family liked these even better than pickle wraps. The dill pickle flavor really comes through and by using the dill pickle relish is adds just enough pickle juice to keep the cream cheese spreadable. It was gone in no time, everyone wanted the recipe and I was told, I didn't have to mess with pickles again, if I promised to bring this dip in place of them. Loved the recipe, super easy, and I would recommend using dill pickle relish rather than dicing up pickles, unless you have pickles and no relish, then go with the dicing, as I think it would be just as great either way.

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Reviewed On: Oct. 28, 2013
Pepperoni Cheese Balls
This recipe was really easy to follow and to make. I didn't add the butter as I couldn't see the reason behind the additional fat, but I did add a sprinkle of garlic and onion powder. I also used a bit more pepperoni as I just used what I had left from a previous recipe so I didn't measure it out. I did run the pepperoni through my food processor, removed part of it and then added the remaining ingredients. After letting it sit over night, I used a melon scooper and made small bite sized balls that I rolled in the pepperoni that I had taken out of the food processor prior to adding the other ingredients. I then placed them on a tray with toothpicks in them and kept them chilled until the last minute, as I didn't want them to become soft. I served them with Ritz style crackers and bite size pretzels. My guests enjoyed this very much with people liking them either way, there was no preference to pretzel or cracker. Being so easy to make, allowing me to make it ahead of time, I would definitely make this recipe again.

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Reviewed On: Oct. 16, 2013

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