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Cranberry Orange Bread

Reviewed: May 2, 2007
I make this all the time and have been making it the exact same way since I found the recipe about a year ago! It's easy and it impresses! I never make bread though, I put these in muffin tins for individual servings!
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Baked Lamb Chops

Reviewed: Aug. 5, 2006
These were the simple answer to what my husband and I were looking for. I am not sure why other users had a complaint about them not being crispy though, these were juicy, crisp and very tasty right out of the oven! Amazingly quick and easy to prepare. I would like to try flavoured bread crumbs next time! Thank you! Heather
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Party Cookies

Reviewed: Dec. 16, 2002
I was in a baking mood last night and after making some delicious oatmeal cookies, I tried these. I had jello on hand and used the ingredient search, voila!!! An instant hit! I work at a leading woment's fashion retailer and brought these in for my staff, they LOVED them! The most asked question? "What's in these that makes them so good?" Well, a little bit of jello and a whole lot of love... Thank you for the awesome recipe! It's going to be getting shared quite a bit! (I used raspberry gelatin powder and chopped up some milk chocolate squares and put them in the middle as a little chocolate fix for the girls!) Heather
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Fruit Cocktail Cake VII

Reviewed: Sep. 17, 2006
I made this because my mom used to make this when I was little. The cake was as I remember it, but a bit chewy. The topping was nothing to write home about. Honestly, it doesn't need the topping, it's perfect on its own!
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Chicken Hurry

Reviewed: Sep. 17, 2006
I made this recipes a couple of years ago and never rated it! OOPS! It is absolutely the easiest and most fun to play around with; if you don't have all of the exact ingredients, don't worry, the basic recipe will have plates cleared in no time FLAT! Good One!
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Chocolate Chip Cheese Ball

Reviewed: Dec. 17, 2009
This was a hit at our recent department open house. I definately recommend serving with the Mr. Christie chocolate wafers vs. graham crackers. I let the cheese ball sit for 24 hours before rolling in the walnuts and the flavours came together perfectly. I would also suggest using a mix of milk and dark chocolate flakes instead of chocolate chips to make this a more 'spreadable' treat.
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Honey Baked Chicken II

Reviewed: May 31, 2012
Super easy to make and extremely tasty! Hubby and I enjoyed this with steamed garlic and his 'smashed' taters. I used cumin instead of curry powder (didn't have any!) and it was definitely a great substitute. WILL make again. Didn't chop the chicken into pieces though, I just cut through the breast portion and flattened it out a bit. I baked it in a round Pampered Chef baking stone and ladled the 'sauce' over top every 15-20 minutes or so. Absolutely a staple in our house now.
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Churros

Reviewed: Feb. 25, 2007
The recipe in itself is great, my dough came out perfectly and I was very impressed. If using a pot to fry in, be sure to bring the oil to a boil while making the dough, then lower the heat while maintaining a 375 degree boil. My pastry bag bit the dust before the dough even came out, so I shaped them by hand. Endearing and authentic look this way! I grew up in Brazil, so I had to fill them with Doce de Leite (caramelized sweetened condensed milk). This was street food where I grew up and it brough back memories!
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Tantalizingly Tangy Meatloaf

Reviewed: Aug. 6, 2006
I made this once a while back, and recently found the printout again. I made them tonight for hubby and me, and they were just as fantastic as last time! I just use canned pineapple (crushed) instead of preserves though. The best'est', easiest meatloaf recipe EVER!!!
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Baby BLT

Reviewed: Dec. 17, 2009
Great recipe! Was the first thing to disappear at our work holiday open house. I used very little mayo and mostly spreadable cream cheese (in the container). I forgot the green onion and it didn't even need it. I cut the fat off the bacon before cooking for less fat and more protein and also used kitchen scissors to cut versus crumble the bacon. I cut the tops and bottoms off my cherry tomatoes as they didn't stand up. BUT I used small muffin paper cups to hold them which made them easy to pick up and was a nice display. Try to find the largest cherry tomatoes you can find and grab the man in the house to help with the coring of them!
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Grandma Ople's Apple Pie

Reviewed: Nov. 16, 2009
I had about one crust's worth of extra dough so I thought I would try these as little tarts. I added some cinnamon and cardamom to the apples (Granny Smith only) as suggested. I'm not sure why but my brown sugar/butter sauce turned out very thick and I had a hard time pouring it over the mini tarts. I would suggest perhaps a smaller amount of brown sugar which helps lighten the pie. Instead of a lattice, I cut small circles (about the size of a spice container lid) and topped the apples with these. I then drizzled the brown sugar/butter sauce over the tarts. Other raters have said to mix the 'sauce' with the apples, but after taking these out of the oven (MUCH shorter cooking time of about 25 minutes total) I have to say that the caramelization of the sauce over the little pastry circles looked glorious. I used the rest of the apples (I used 8) in an apple crips in my Pampered Chef mini stone baker and topped with oats, brown sugar and butter for another tasty apple treat. Baking time for tarts: 425 degrees for 10 minutes 350 degrees for 15 minutes Remove and cool on wire rack!
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Bob's Mexican Stuffed Chicken

Reviewed: Sep. 17, 2006
Very tasty, but messy to make...I used the crushed tortilla chips and added chili powder and taco seasoning to them for a kick! I didn't have enough cheese for the filling so I used what I had to melt on top for the last few minutes of baking time. Definately make again! Hubby LOVED IT! I used the leftover pepper mixture and cooked that with brown rice and black beans and some chicken thighs...easy and SO GOOD!
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Award Winning Soft Chocolate Chip Cookies

Reviewed: Aug. 6, 2006
After making these the first time I had to give out the recipe, which I could do from memory as they were not only easy to make but definately MEMORABLE! The recipe makes LOTS so I store batter in the fridge and bake them up fresh when I want to impress coworkers, classmates or friends! Heather (I did not use nuts, but may use toffee and almond slivers next time!)
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Real Italian Calzones

Reviewed: Sep. 18, 2003
I'm not an Italian so I actually put the sauce inside the calzone! These are SO good, I make then at least once a week, I added oregano and basil to the dough and it just adds a little 'something'! Our friends love coming over for dinner, especially when they know I'll be serving these delicious calzones, thanks for the recipe!
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Buttermilk Pancakes II

Reviewed: Mar. 11, 2007
Excellent exactly as is! Although I scaled down the recipe to make 4 servings as it is just my husband and myself. Turned out perfectly. Will try tossing blueberries in flour and adding to batter for variety next time. No troubles cooking through as someone else had said. Had a crepe pan set at 4-5 heat! PERFECT!!!
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