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Recipe Reviews 7 reviews
Raspberry Balsamic Dressing
Didn't have the raspberry preserves so I used frozen raspberries with about 2t honey in a food processor. If using the frozen raspberries, I would start with 1 teas. honey and add more if necessary (my raspberries weren't very sweet). This was deeeee-licious. Served over spinach, with cucumbers, goat cheese, toasted walnuts, (real) bacon bits, and blueberries. Not the best pot luck dressing as it really dyes the greens and doesn't make the best presentation - but this is a divine dressing! All my kids loved it and so did my company.

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jun. 1, 2010
Honey Glazed Ham
I will never purchase an expensive store bought honey ham again after making this. Used 1/4 c. of brown sugar in place of corn syrup, cloved the ham on the top and bottom, cooked the pig in a bag, after lining the roasting pan with foil. Basted by flipping him every 20 minutes. This was the most moist ham I have ever had and I think a lot had to do with cooking it in the bag. Using the bag as our "baster" also cut down on the work to baste. One tip to not forget: LINE YOUR PAN WITH FOIL. Clean up on this sticky mess would be gruesome without this step. The flavor was incredible, the meat was extremely moist and the ham was a great value and went very far. Thanks Collen for making our dollars stretch further, at the same time as teaching me how to get a better taste than the pros!

4 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Dec. 28, 2009
Prime Rib Soup
This soup was excellent and an superb way to use up our Christmas Eve prime rib. My family of 7 loved it and I loved the idea of not wasting a single ounce of an expensive prime rib (including the bones). Made as directed, but next year I will try simmering the bones in my crockpot overnight and then the next day doing the reduction. This might save on time because like another reviewer stated this took longer time period to reduce than the recipe called for. Since there were no measurements on the amount of water to cover on the bones, this time would vary person to person, depending on how much water they used. I simmered for about 2.5 hours on the stove and then finally ended up just boiling to reduce. Hence my idea to use my crockpot next time then either do a boiled reduction or do a simmering reduction. Thanks Emily! It was a hit with all 5 of my kids, and it was a hit with me because I finally have an awesome recipe to us with prime rib leftovers.

39 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Dec. 28, 2009

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