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German Lasagna

Reviewed: Dec. 22, 2002
I make a recipe similar to this but use Swiss cheese to go with an almost ruben flavor. My family loves it! We call it ruben lasagna. Drain the kraut well and enjoy! you can use 1/2 lb of sausage and 1 can of soup and make a smaller pan-ful pretty easily. [I usually use lite sausage and soup to cut down on some fat]
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Cabbage and Pasta

Reviewed: May 25, 2004
This is an old slovak recipe called 'Haluski' Grandma passed down the love of it. It is not spicy, most slovak food is not, but it is full of flavor. We 'cheat' and add sliced polish sausage to it to make a whole meal, YUM
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Carol's Chicken Chili

Reviewed: Jun. 6, 2003
After reading the reviews and a few other white chili recipes, I chose this one, cut up the chix, added more spices as it cooked and I tasted. It was very good and even better the next day. Had the green chili flavor, which is more delicate than red chili. There is a difference in flavor to excpect when focusing on green peppers. will definately make again!
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Zucchini Crisp

Reviewed: Aug. 31, 2007
I have been making a similar recipe for a couple years now, everyone loves it! A couple suggestions: I run the zucchini quarterd lenghtwise through my slicer,looks like apple slices that way. My recipe calls for soaking in the lemon/vinegar mix for 30-45 min then draining before adding sugar. I think that will help those who thought the lemon jc was strong. just about any proportion of juice and cider vinegar works well, I don't get hung up about it, but I do drain them.
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Rhubarb Sour Cream Pie

Reviewed: May 9, 2006
YUM! Easy to make. The only thing I did different, I put in 1 cup sugar instead of 1 1/2, seemed sweet enough for us! Also, I used a frozen deep dish crust, filled it w/the sliced rhubarb. It did not take 4 full cups. I ended up baking it about 15 minutes longer, seemed too wiggly at time. Family and guests ate it up!
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Cranberry Dip

Reviewed: Dec. 19, 2008
Really good, easy to do on the stove, takes about 10-15 minutes. 3/4 C sugar works well. I spread the softened cream cheese on a pie plate and pour mix over, more colorful than stirring it all together.
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Baked Mushroom Rice

Reviewed: Jan. 19, 2003
After reading all the reviews, it became apparent the recipe writer meant to use minute rice,not long cooking rice. Adjusting the water for regular rice and covering it makes a world of difference. Tasty enough for you to try, just alter the water depending on if you have quick rice or regular rice
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Gypsy Soup

Reviewed: Jun. 29, 2007
A wonderful soup, we substituted soy sauce as we didn't have the tamari, also changed to another white bean as garbanzo's aren't our favorite.. Great taste, froze the leftover to take to lunch, was even better 2 weeks later! hearty, spicy and a little sweet.. yumm
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White Chocolate and Cranberry Cookies

Reviewed: Dec. 28, 2001
I made 8 dozen for a cookie exchange, tried drizzling a little melted almond bark on top to dress them up. Added a few chopped pecans I happened to have. they cooked up harder than I thought they would be and was a little disappointed in the flavor. BUT: The ones that stayed home were put in a tin. In a few days they softened some and the flavor came alive, one of the best tasing cookies I've had!
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Italian Sausage and Vegetable Roast

Reviewed: Jan. 3, 2009
Made as directed except: used a can of diced tomatoes, store bought polenta and I used Venison Italian sausage [was looking for a way to use up a 'gift']. WOW!! I can't count the times my husband complimented this dush while eating it! Leftovers even better! Not spicy, but full of rich flavor.
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Cranberry Salsa

Reviewed: Nov. 21, 2007
I would like it with more kick, but the other 20 people at the party pronounced it wonderful, gave out the recipe to several people... Only added 1/2 c sugar. Loved the tang of the lime and cranberry with the sweet/spicy flavor. Great with those scoop chips, holds more salsa!
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Spicy African Yam Soup

Reviewed: Jun. 29, 2007
Awesome, healthy dish! My husband had a bad dish many years ago with peanut butter in it and has avoided it ever since. He could not rave enough about this soup! I rarely ever saute ingredients first, so did not this time. We used brown rice, substituted another white bean for the garbanzo, otherwise followed recipe. Unusual and very good! will make again for sure!
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Cranberry Streusel Pie

Reviewed: Nov. 28, 2002
I used 1 C. sugar and pecans 'cuz that's what I had. I liked it, good w/whipped topping. Mixed reviews among the others at Thanksgiving, but then it's hard to compete w/pumkin on THE day!
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Peach Pecan Sweet Potatoes

Reviewed: Jan. 5, 2002
I found the sliced peaches in my grocer's freezer, but accidently left them in the car so they thawed. Without thinking, I drained the juice. BIG mistake! the potatoes were dry and too firm, I think the juice the frozen peaches would have given off would have steamed the potatoes during cooking. had potential, but with the chewy potatoes, it was not sweet and flavorful. I will probably try again
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Danish Christmas Red Cabbage

Reviewed: Dec. 20, 2006
I have made this for years, as mentioned, excellent w/any plain meat, pork, roast, poultry, etc. You can adjust by keeping the proportion of sugar/vinegar. I always use cider vinegar and add some cloves. First came across the recipe as a german dish to serve w/Saurbraten. I like it better than the thick sauced ones you see in some restaurants. The flavor is bolder!
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German Chocolate Angel Pie I

Reviewed: Feb. 3, 2002
The crust shrunk, I went up the sides, need to mound higher than the sides. I used fat free cool whip and it was yummy! Very chocolaty!
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Hot and Spicy Pecans

Reviewed: Feb. 16, 2009
Absolutely loved these! Sprayed with butter pam instead of real butter, then moistened with worchestershire before sprinkling the powdered spices on. Spicey but not hot, lots of raves at the potluck! will make again and again! maybe try with almonds, but the pecans were wonderful
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Cucumber and Blue Cheese Salad

Reviewed: Jun. 11, 2008
Made as written, colorful, crisp and easy. Needed a little something, tried salt and pepper, made a big difference. Not sure how well it would keep, did fine. I drained off the extra juice the next day and enjoyed it again!
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Wild Rice Stuffing

Reviewed: Dec. 7, 2009
Family liked it a lot, I thought it needed a little more flavor..... Took the leftovers and added raisens. Even better!
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Holuski

Reviewed: Dec. 14, 2008
This is a pretty traditional recipe, my mother-in-law was slovak, the family all grew up on holushki, still a special reunion trest! At home, we throw in sliced smoked sausage for a complete meal, Norma would never have allowed that, but it's easy and yummy! Definately saute the cabbage and add the onions, it adds a different dimension to the dish! We always use the kluski noodles or frozen Reames, they hold up well and add a better flavor than egg noodles to us.
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