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Awesome Sausage, Apple and Cranberry Stuffing

Reviewed: Dec. 20, 2009
Oh, WOW! I followed reviewers' suggestions and used sage pork sausage. I baked stuffing in a pan and periodically checked for drying out. I drizzled with turkey gravy as needed. Also I used fresh herbs. Awesome!!! I used craisins and did not have the liver, but it was incredible just the same. This stuffing is the new standard at our house.
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Banana Pudding IV

Reviewed: Oct. 18, 2009
Wow! I have made this recipe several times and just wow! I don't change a thing except I use more wafers because I layer it in my trifle dish. My husband thinks I hung the moon when I serve this up. When I need to convince him of something, I whip up this little dessert and it puts him in a receptive mood ;)
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Exquisite Pizza Sauce

Reviewed: Oct. 18, 2009
My kids liked it! I'm always looking for ways to get back to the basics and save money, and this recipe works, and it tastes great, too. I substituted sugar for the honey but will put honey on my shopping list and try it next time. I omitted anchovies and used Chef Paul Prudhomme's Pizza Magic seasoning. I also added a little more water to get the consistence I was looking for. I'm happy to find a recipe I can make for 50-75 cents or less as opposed to $2-$3 for a can of store bought pizza sauce. Less sodium, too.
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Chicken Enchilada Casserole I

Reviewed: Sep. 19, 2009
It was tasty, although too salty for my preference, so I felt bloated for a day or 2. I used shredded cheddar instead of processed cheese and only added a little chili powder. I'd love to find a variation or another recipe that cuts out the high amount of sodium added from the condensed soups and enchilada sauce. My husband loved it, though.
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Overnight French Toast

Reviewed: Dec. 25, 2008
I have made this recipe for years as a tradition for Christmas morning brunch. I found it several years ago in a cookbook from Charleston, SC - Gracious Goodness. A wonderful cookbook if you ever have the chance to see it. My family loves this French Toast. It's quite a treat. I always set out powdered sugar in a sifter on a plate, and the kids love sprinkling their sugar on top. Then comes the praline syrup - not to be missed! It's quick, easy, and different...special for a special day like Christmas morning!
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Amish Breakfast Casserole

Reviewed: Dec. 25, 2008
This casserole is a keeper! This is the Christmas morning breakfast casserole I have been looking for. Most egg and sausage casseroles are too strong for my stomach, but this was mild yet very flavorful. My family ravaged the entire dish this morning. Next time I will simply cook the bacon in the skillet and crumble it afterwards because the bacon was uneven - many pieces nearly burnt while others weren't crisp. Next time I might try adding a little dry mustard.
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Creamy Lemon Chicken Soup

Reviewed: Oct. 2, 2008
This soup is excellent! I have made this soup twice in 2 weeks, and both times I made a couple of modifications. The first time was because I didn't have a couple of items on hand, the second time was because the 1st batch turned out so well. I did not have bouillon, but it did not matter, and I didn't miss the sodium. I used extra chicken broth instead. I didn't have lemon juice or lemons, but I did have a Lawry's lemon pepper marinade in the fridge. It was superb! It was like eating gourmet soup at a fancy restaurant. The 2nd time, I made it exactly as the 1st - on purpose.
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Baby Blue Punch

Reviewed: Sep. 29, 2008
This punch was a big hit at the baby boy shower I threw. 2 changes: (1) I used the blue Hawaiian Punch (cheap - about $2 for giant jug) and I agreed with another reviewer that sherbet goes much better with punch, so (2) I used pineapple sherbet. Since it's white, it worked well to make the froth on top. The pineapple flavor worked well with the blue Hawaiian Punch. Would definitely make again with those changes.
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Apricot Stuffed Turkey Tenderloins with Creamy Mustard Sauce

Reviewed: Mar. 28, 2004
Everyone held up their plates and said, "More Please"! Improvised a bit...I didn't have apricots on hand so I substituted apricot preserves, which softened up the raisins nicely. I substituted half dijon and half yellow mustard. The creamy sauce was delicious.
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