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Recipe Reviews 4 reviews
Wisconsin Native's Beer Cheese Soup
, that's some good soup. I've been on a quest to find a good beer cheese soup for the last few years, but unfortunately it's just not a common soup in restaurants. So I finally decided to make some. I was happy to find a good looking recipe that uses real cheese instead of Cheese-whiz (seriously, I can't believe some recipes use that ) or Velveeta (*hork*). The resulting consistency isn't as smooth as a recipe with "cheese product", but the very good taste of this recipe makes up for any less-than-smoothness. For beer I used 1 c. bitter, and 1 c. stout and wound up adding about 3 tsp total of hot pepper sauce for a nice little zing. This soup is very good with a nice heavy rye bread too. Kudos to the developer of this recipe, and thank you.

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jan. 12, 2008
Split Pea Soup with Rosemary
I am not one to use any one recipe over and over again as I believe there may always be a better recipe out there somewhere. This recipe is one of the few exceptions for me. As I eat very little meat, I leave out the bacon, but I don't feel that it really detracts from the soup overall. Good stuff. Thanks.

59 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Nov. 13, 2007
Venison and Wild Rice Stuffed Acorn Squash
I submitted this recipe and wanted to make it according to the directions allrecipes used. They changed a few things. The recipe is still good. It doesn't need anywhere near that much butter though. I melted a quarter cup of butter and put it in the halves of the squash and then added the rice/venison mixture. After I took the squash out from under the broiler and cut the halves in half, butter just ran out. I don't believe it was necessary to add that at all. Secondly, there is about twice as much venison/rice mixture than is needed for one acorn squash. This isn't too much of a problem though as I am more than happy to just eat that on its own. So four stars because of the unnecessary butter. Otherwise I hope you enjoy the recipe.

23 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Mar. 10, 2007
 
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