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Lemon-Buttermilk Pound Cake with Aunt Evelyn's Lemon Glaze

Reviewed: Apr. 19, 2015
I didn't have lemon extract on hand, so I used vanilla instead. This recipe is perfect. It's easy to make and stayed fresh, moist and delicious, even after a week (In a cake keeper). Thanks for sharing this recipe- It's definitely a keeper for me.
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One Bowl Chocolate Cake III

Reviewed: Jun. 26, 2011
Wow! Dont change a thing. If you are looking for a moist,perfectly dense chocolate cake,this is truely perfect. It couldnt be easier with everything in one bowl. I was a tiny bit sceptical because the batter was very thin, but it actually did come out better than any other chocolate recipe Ive tried. Thanks for an easy, wonderful cake recipe.
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Italian Breaded Pork Chops

Reviewed: Nov. 16, 2010
Great recipe! I only made very minor changes- I only used 2 eggs instead of three and tossed in a bit of garlic salt and pepper. Very moist and tender. Will definitely add this to my dinner rotation.
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Apple Cake IV

Reviewed: Sep. 10, 2010
This cake was addictive. It was so moist and delicious. I had very big yellow apples, and two was enough for this cake. With the exception of using brown sugar and cinnamon to sprinkle on top instead of white sugar, I followed the recipe to a "t" and it was a huge hit. I will definitely make this again.
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Blueberry Streusel Cobbler

Reviewed: May 22, 2010
I was a little wary about this recipe because there was no egg or milk (not counting the condensed milk) But it got such great reviews were so good, I decided to try it. I used fat free condensed and had to make my own baking mix (from a recipe on AR) I used half blue, half black berries. I followed the recipe, with the exception of no blueberry sauce. My husband doesnt usually like me to veer from the usual recipes I use, but he really liked this one (thankfully!) It's really tasty. I baked mine for one hour and it turned out perfect. Dont change a thing- Great way to use those fresh berries!
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Chicken Cordon Bleu II

Reviewed: Dec. 27, 2009
I needed to use up some left over Christmas ham and this was an excellent option. I didnt have swiss cheese, so substituted cheddar. I pan fried it in an oven safe pan, added the wine/stock mixture, then as my biscuits baked at 350*F for 20 minutes, I finished cooking the chicken as well. They were pounded out fairly thin, so that amount of time worked well. I just finished off the cream sauce on the stove. Family loved it- very rich, but a great overall recipe!
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Easter Meat Pie

Reviewed: Dec. 27, 2009
This is a very authentic recipe. For those that say it's missing something- the only thing it's missing from my Italian Grandma's recipe is sliced hard boiled eggs. Otherwise, it's the same ingredients that are called for to make an Easter Pie(or what we've always called Pastiche) Thanks for sharing this recipe- it's a wonderful Easter tradition that brings back great memories of family on Easter Sunday.
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Mock Tuna Salad

Reviewed: Aug. 6, 2009
I don't know that I would say that it's like tuna, I think it's better. Im not a big fan of tuna salad myself, but I do love chick peas. I drained the beans and mashed them with a potato ricer. They pop out of the skins and I thought about picking the skins out, but ended up leaving them in. I followed the rest of the recipe to a t-(almost- I don't like sweet pickles, so I ended up dicing a dill pickle) and it's wonderful. I ate it plain with a sliced tomato and thought it was wonderful. Thanks for a healthy lunch/snack option.
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Sweet and Sour Sauce I

Reviewed: Jan. 13, 2009
My family liked this better than the red fake stuff in the bottle. I used 1/4 c brown sugar and 1/2 cup white sugar. I doubled the amount of ketchup. We like pineapple, so I diced a tablespoon of pineapple and mixed it in, too. It had a great flavor. Great new option for chicken in my house. I ate it with egg rolls and it was great. Thanks!
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Jo's Rosemary Bread

Reviewed: Jan. 13, 2009
This bread is worth the 5 star ratings everyone is giving it. I don't have a bread machine, but I do have a stand mixer. I put half of the flour and the rest of the ingredients in the mixer and combined with the paddle attachment (I have a grinder with mixed Italian seasonings/salt. I used 2 tsp of that instead of the seasonings & salt. I also used 1 tsp dried rosemary that I crushed. I also used just a bit more yeast- 1 Tbls) I mixed that until smooth and well combined. I changed attachments to the kneading arm, added the rest of the flour and let it go for 4 min or so. While the bread is kneading, I turn on the oven to preheat, but only leave it on for about one minute, then turn it off. It allows the oven to warm very slightly, just enough to help the bread rise. I punched down the dough and pushed it out to a square and rolled it up as one reviewer suggested, tucking the ends under as I put it in the prepared bread pan. As I did that, I did my quick oven pre-heat again. I did spray the risen dough with olive oil and sprinkled course-crushed sea salt on top. I sprayed it two more times during the 30 minute cooking time (at 400*F) The crust wasnt chewy like it would have been if I'd sprayed water instead of oil, but it was a wonderful color and tasted superb! I will be making this recipe monthly for sure. It's a great recipe, even if you dont have a breadmachine
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Homemade Black Bean Veggie Burgers

Reviewed: Aug. 30, 2008
All the hype is warranted. I won't be buying anymore frozen veggie burgers. This is a great recipe-I really didnt change too much. I doubled the recipe. I drained two cans of black beans in a colander, then patted then dry with a paper towel, then mashed them with a fork. I diced an onion, 3 garlic cloves, 1/2 green &1/2 yellow pepper. I had some mushrooms and roasted red peppers I threw in, too. I doubled the chili powder and cumin, but kept the chili oil paste at 1 T. I used 3 small eggs. I dont have a food processor, so I put all the diced veggies in first and choped them, then added the eggs and mashed black beans. I dumped it all back into the bowl, added the spices and breadcrumbs (Italian Seasoned) and mixed it up. You may need to add a little more crumbs, depending on consistancy(how big your eggs will make a consistancy difference) I just fried one up in an olive oil sprayed pan and it was awesome!! Thanks for the great, healthy recipe!!
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Chocolate Mousse II

Reviewed: Jun. 24, 2008
I have made something similar to this recipe in the past-In the other recipe, I used milk rather than water and cooked the entire egg, rather than using the egg whites. My family loved the taste, but it was so rich, they couldnt finish a small serving. I put the chocolate chips in a glass bowl and microwaved it for 45 seconds, then mixed in the boiling water. I used an immersion blender to mix in the water and the egg yolks one at a time. It worked great and not too much mess to clean up. I wasnt sure how the hot chocolate mixture would do with the egg whites, but they werent too bad to encorporate(folded them in with a large spatula) I put spoonfuls into glass ramakins and they set up beautifully. My family loved the taste and texture-it was rich, but not cloying. They finished the entire cup>(I got about 5 servings) Great recipe-very easy.
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Potato Chips

Reviewed: Jun. 24, 2008
I'm hooked on microwave chips!! I was a bit wary-Im all about heating up left-overs in the microwave, but baking and frying chips didnt sound like an appealing food. I was wrong(Im not sure about the microwave baking yet, though) So, I used Idaho potatoes, washed and peeled. I used a mandoline (sp?) to cut them all very thing and uniform. I think one key is to pat the sliced pieces dry with a papertowel. I used a ceramic dinner plate and sprayed it with Pam. I put two potatoes at a time in the bag with 1/2-1 T. of oil, closed the bag and mushed it around to coat all the pieces. I overlapped just a bit and was able to break them apart with no problem. I sprinkled with sea salt. It took around 7 minutes per plate, but I still watched for the last minute to add or take away time. My kids were eating them as fast as I made them. I will try some different seasonings-as soon as I can make some that stay around long enough to get some seasonings on them. Thanks for a great recipe.
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Black Bean and Salsa Soup

Reviewed: May 27, 2008
This soup is just as good as all of the reviews say. I followed the recipe exactly, with the exception of adding just a touch more stock-to thin it a bit. I topped my soup with a sour cream that I had added a bit of lime juice and chopped cilantro. Great Recipe-It's a keeper for me.
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Singapore Noodles

Reviewed: May 2, 2008
Unfortunately, my house is pretty picky, so I left out some of probably the tastiest bits of this recipe-the veggies and sprouts. I only had shrimp on hand, so I used that as the protein. I mainly had noodles with a very tasty sauce. I substituted chicken broth for the water and also added fish sauce and some garlic chili sauce. Thanks for the recipe-I'll make it again!
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Roast Pork with Maple and Mustard Glaze

Reviewed: Apr. 29, 2008
I'm very happy I found this recipe. It has a wonderful flavor. I followed the recipe exactly, with two exceptions-My roast was a bit under 2 pounds, so I cut down the cooking time and I rubbed garlic powder/salt/pepper on roast before pouring over liquid. My family is very picky and all three said "This new meat has a great flavor". The roast was tender and very flavorful-Great Recipe.
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Shrimp Scampi Bake

Reviewed: Apr. 20, 2008
Awesome. I had shrimp and wanted to do something quick and easy. Can't get better on either account-really delicious and so easy. I cut the butter down to about 3/4 c, and followed the recipe as written. I think it tasted awesome with what I had on hand. I think that as good as it was when I fixed it, it would be even better if you used fresh lemon, freshly diced garlic and fresh parsley (I used bottled lemon, bottled diced garlic and dried parsley) Again, the flavors merried wonderfully. The combination sounds odd, but comes together to make a really yummy dish. I served mine over spaghetti and served with crusty bread. Yum, I'll definitely put this in rotation. Thanks for sharing this recipe
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Aunt Johnnie's Pound Cake

Reviewed: Jan. 17, 2008
I followed the directions exactly with the exception of substituting vanilla for the flavoring instead of almond. I thought it was fantastic. It was a big cake and baked to the very top of the pan(I dont have a bundt pan, and used an angel foodcake pan) I used the full 1.5hours. The cake is very dense and buttery tasting. I served the cake toasted with fresh strawberries and whipped cream. Great recipe
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Kettle Corn

Reviewed: Oct. 25, 2007
Once again Im convinced that I dont need another cookbook-I only need Allrecipes.com! This is an awesome recipe. I was at a farmer's market and bought some kettle corn and ate the whole bag myself. I needed to learn to make this myself-and this recipe is perfect. I read many reviews and followed some of their advice: *I did the 3 kernel test. *I added a tsp of salt to the sugar *I added the sugar to the oil after the 3 kernels popped and swirled it around to melt before adding the rest of the popcorn. *I shook it like crazy. *Im eating handfuls of it as I type. Thanks for a great recipe. Next time Im going to try the brown sugar.
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Grandma Johnson's Scones

Reviewed: Feb. 13, 2007
YUMMY!! GREAT recipe- I'd never made scones before, but will definitely be making these again. I made a few change. I accidently omitted the cream of tartar. I have no idea what it would actually do to make them any better, but they were delicious without it. I used fat free sour cream. I mixed all of the dy ingredients and cut in the cold butter until crumbly. I added the egg and a dash (1 tsp?) of vanilla to the sour cream/baking soda mixture right before adding it to dry ingredients. I kneaded it just enough to keep it together. I would suggest making two seperate cakes (or decreasing the recipe by half or the scones you make will be enormous) Mine baked for 15 minutes. I had some canned vanilla frosting which I melted in the microwave and drizzled over the top. These scones were so tender and yummy we didnt use any butter or jam at all-they were perfect right out of the oven.
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