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Blueberry Crisp II
This is such a fast, easy, and delicious recipe. I understood the mayo concept, as it is just oil and egg, so it replaces the usual butter in a topping. The tang of the mayo replaces the need for lemon. I only used a scant cup of flour, scant 1/2 c. brown sugar, and scant 1/2 c. of mayo. 35 minutes was enough baking time for a delicious dessert.

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Reviewed On: Aug. 4, 2013
Overnight Blueberry French Toast
I always find the various changes that people make to recipes so helpful. I made a 'sort of' 1-1/2 recipe amount and used only one package of cream cheese as someone advised. (It was also advised to cut the cream cheese into 1/2" squares, rather than 1" squares).It was perfect. Also, I used hoagie buns (exactly what the bread wrapper stated. I left the package open a day to dry the buns a bit. I really lked the buns, as they provided more brown crust; thus, I didn't have any mushy bread problems. I would think leftover hamburger or hotdog buns would work nicely as well. I served the blueberry sauce on the side. I would NEVER have poured it all over the top...too messy and that would have created a soppiness I think. Our guests loved it.

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Reviewed On: Apr. 26, 2013
Chicken Vegetable Barley Soup
It is a delicious soup. I wish I had not followed some tips, though, in how much barley to add. Since I didn't add potatoes, I decided to double the barley. It was way too much and I had to add another quart of chicken stock so that there was soup in with the barley. Rather than adding the chicken called for, I used the 'carcass' of a rotisserie chicken. The flavoring used on the chicken really added to the soup. I find there is so much hidden meat on those chickens that I hate to just throw the bones away.

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Reviewed On: Dec. 24, 2010
 
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