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Potato Salmon Patties

Reviewed: Nov. 4, 2011
These were great! I followed the recipe almost 100%, but didn't have enough salmon leftover from a filet, so I augmented it with a can. Man, canned salmon is a pain in the a#@. Don't waste your time picking out all the teeny tiny bones and just make this as a left overs recycled meal. I used a couple of drops of milk since it was almost too dry before cooking, but it held together nicely while browning in the olive oil. I served it with horseradish sour cream as suggested, green beans and sweet potato fries for a kid friendly quick and easy meal. Yum-mee!
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Mini Pumpkin Muffins with Orange Drizzle

Reviewed: Nov. 15, 2007
This is a super easy recipe - basically the only thing making it a little more difficult is that you cook the pumpkin first (but come on, that is not difficult at all!) I added extra spices to the pumpkin (allspice, etc.), but I wish I had some pumpkin pie spice to throw into it. It cooked up easily, and you could easily tell when it was "done." I did not have dark brown sugar, so I used light, but I bet dark would have been even better - yummy. Before baking, I sprinkled finely chopped pecan pieces (the kind often used in cookies) on top. The 36 muffins puffed up and browned so nicely, it almost looked like they didn't need a glaze, but I did make a slightly thicker drizzle using 3/4 C 10X sugar (sifted again per previous suggestion). In about 10 minutes the glaze was hard and easily transportable. I can't wait to make these again for my daughter's school party!
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Corn, Sausage and Pepper Chowder

Reviewed: Nov. 9, 2007
I made this recipe almost exactly and it was delicious. It was a little sweet from the corns and onions, but I threw in a handful of cheddar cheese and that cut into the sweetness a little bit. Also, like the prior person suggested, I used a whole package of keilbasa (16 oz.). What I didn't know and understand until I actually sliced up the kielbasa was that it was already cooked - I was expected more of an Italian sausage consistency, but it was firm. It made it a lot easier! Great hearty chowder that my 3 and 5 year old gobbled up!
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Chicken Enchiladas I

Reviewed: Jun. 13, 2006
Terrific recipe and it freezes great! I made up two batches and assembled both. I cooked one (delicious) and then froze the other. Honestly, I think the frozen tasted even better - it may have been because I made the homemade enchilada sauce on here...
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Broiled Tilapia Parmesan

Reviewed: Apr. 27, 2006
Excellent! I did not have the onion or celery salt, so I used salted butter and dried onion flakes and two small cloves of fresh garlic. A 1/2 of a fresh squeezed lemon added the perfect zing and the scent of the creamy mixture was intoxicating and the fish was delish! I can see why non-fish eaters would like this recipe too! This recipe is super fast to prepare and broil, but, it is definitely not a "healthy" fish recipe - however, being so yummy, we really won't care in the future!
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Slow Cooker Beef Stroganoff I

Reviewed: Apr. 12, 2006
I made this twice and the second time I browned the beef and onions first. I think that was a little nicer flavor, but I also added pepper and used white wine instead of the water. Finally, I used cream cheese and sour cream. I made this for a dinner party and wanted it very easy, so the recipe was quadrupled in a 6 Qt. slow cooker. About 1/2 before serving I also added a bag and a half of egg noodles. It soaked up too much of the juice, so I kept adding water to it. I think if I had made extra sauce from the beginning and used only one bag of noodles it would have been perfect.
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German Chocolate Thumbprint Cookies

Reviewed: Apr. 12, 2006
Wow! These cookies are terrific and addictive! Just make sure you read the instructions all the way through before attempting. My topping mixture looked a little curded while cooking, but it still tasted great, so I am not sure if it is supposed to do that or not. Also, I used the pre-chopped "cookie" pecans that were extra-finely chopped. This worked great for the topping and didn't leave any annoyingly large pieces in the actual cookie. Also, like previous reviewer, I added a 1/2 C flour to cookie mix and chilled dough for about 45 minutes. My cookies spread, but not in a bad way - they still looked good. Although, the way they tasted, I doubt anyone would have cared about how they looked! Finally, you can use more than a 1/2 tsp of the topping per cookie - I just heaped it on and still had plenty to make 60 cookies from the single batch. Yummy - this is now offically one of my husband's favorite cookies!
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Simple Scones

Reviewed: Feb. 10, 2006
Terrific scone recipe! I have been intimidated by scones in the past (mine were always too dry) - but this is a great, simple recipe! Grating the butter is key - odd - but important to get the butter evenly mixed into the scones. Actually, i kindof forgot my butter for about 30 minutes until I worked it into the flour and it worked fine (albeit a little messy.) I used cherry craisins and added 3 big shakes of dried orange peel. The sour cream/egg mixture poured over the flour nicely and mixed up quite easily with the back of a spoon. I barely had to use my hands at all. I then split the mixture into two balls and flattened one to about 7" diameter (3/4" thickness)on parchment paper on a stone, patted granular sugar on top, and sliced into 8 pieces. Seperated them and then actually needed to cook them 15 minutes. They were perfect and I love the smaller scone size!
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The Best Rolled Sugar Cookies

Reviewed: Dec. 12, 2005
Perfect! This was just what I wanted. I halved the recipe and it worked great, yielding about 30 soft and delicious cutout cookies.
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Favorite Peanut Butter Cookies

Reviewed: Dec. 11, 2005
Decent cookie, but too dry and crumbly to pair well with a hershey kiss on top. Although, in all fairness, I did use butter instead of margerine, rolled the ball in corse raw sugar, and cooked it for 1 minute less.
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