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Awesome Slow Cooker Pot Roast

Reviewed: Jul. 1, 2007
I thought I had beer bullion but it turns out I didn't, so I just used the water with the soups as stated in the recipe. I also added some Worcestershire, season salt and garlic powder. I cooked on low for 10 hours and added carrots, potatoes and onion during the last two hours of cooking. I served this to guests and every body moaned after each bite. A big hit!
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Best Bread Machine Bread

Reviewed: Dec. 7, 2006
This really IS the best! I follow the recipe to a "t" and it comes out perfect every time. This bread makes great toast (I like mine sliced thin) and is perfect for fondue because it holds up to the cheese very well and doesn't leave crumbs in the fondue pot.
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Chicken Hariyali Tikka

Reviewed: Jun. 10, 2006
I had to make a few changes to this recipe out of necessity (I couldn't get to the store) and out of my tendency toward experimentation but the results were great! I didn't have garlic ginger paste or green chile paste so I put four cloves of garlic and a fat piece of peeled, sliced ginger and half a small can of chopped green chiles in my mini food processor. I also put the cilantro and mint in there. I processed the mixture into a paste and tumped it into a large plastic baggy. I then added to the mixture juice from half a lime and 1/2 cup of coconut milk. Put the chicken chunks in there and marinated for two hours. I broiled the chicken for 5 or 6 minutes per side and served it with buttered jasmine rice with green peas. It was awesome! Even my somewhat picky husband loved it. Thanks for the recipe.
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Potato Salmon Patties

Reviewed: Feb. 5, 2005
Wonderful recipe as is but I made a couple modifications this time because I didn't have time to go to the store. It still turned out great! I used panko (Japanese bread crumbs) and scallions for the onion. I also used a small grated cooked red-skinned potato, minus the skin instead of flakes. I didn't have any dill, so I used some spicy montreal seasoning because it has dill in it. I didn't have celery salt, either but I did add some lemon pepper. So, you can play around with it a lot and still have a great outcome! The original recipe is very good as well.
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No Mayo Tuna Salad

Reviewed: Feb. 4, 2005
This was pretty good, a basic tuna salad. I added a little table spice blend to give it some zing. To the reviewer who was disappointed because this recipe was missing the mayo: The whole point of the recipe is that it does not contain mayo, it's even in the title of the recipe.
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