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Recipe Reviews 3 reviews
Proper English Cottage Pie
My husband was BEGGING for some Cottage Pie and this is now his favorite thing that I make (he actually said that!). The only changes I made to the meat mixture were to use ground Turkey instead of beef (being easy on the wasitline), substitute Thyme, Rosemary, Oregano, and Basil on their own rather than in the form of "Italian seasoning" (1/2 tsp of each and it was the perfect amount), and added 1/2 cup of frozen (or you could use fresh) peas. I used skin-on red potatoes and added a little fresh chopped garlic during the whipping process. Other than that I followed the recipe as written, and it was absolutely divine ;) My British friends were even impressed!

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Reviewed On: Apr. 5, 2010
Banana Cream Pie I
I read through at least 50 reviews on this recipe, and took the best of advice to make the most delicious banananess my family has ever tasted. I made it with a Vanilla Wafer crushed (90 cookies crushed, mixed with 1.25 sticks of melted butter, baked for 10 min on 350 degrees). Then, added 3 whole sliced bananas on top of the crust before pouring in the pudding. I also added 3 diced bananas to the pudding, and let chill for about 5 hours before serving with fresh whipped cream. I used corn starch rather than flour, and the pie was the perfect consistency, so much that it even came out of the pie plate in perfect slices! Delish!

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Reviewed On: Feb. 12, 2010
Slow Cooker Beef Stew I
This beef stew is so tasty, and the perfect solution to a cold, winter day. Because I prefer to have more broth in my stew, I used 2 cups of beef broth (1 Swanson's can). Also, after the stew had been cooking for about an hour, I added 1 cup of water. This created more broth, and helped soften vegetables. I used skin-on red potatoes as well- YUM!

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Reviewed On: Dec. 14, 2009

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