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Recipe Reviews 16 reviews
The Best Bacon-Tomato Dip
Made this recipe exactly as posted & it turned out awesome! To be honest, I'm not rating this 5 stars based on flavor alone, IMO it's 4 stars for flavor but, IMHO, I find it worthy of another star because it is incredibly easy to make with items I always have on hand. I used a vine-ripened tomato from our garden . Also, it tasted "just okay" when it was first made, but after chilling for 3 hours the flavors blended nicely, so now this is my go-to last-minute fave dip recipe that I can throw together rather easily with items I always have on hand.

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Reviewed On: Jun. 18, 2014
Baked Beans II
These were quite tasty & a simple way to spruce up a regular can of pork&beans. I only had one can on hand so I halved the recipe & followed it EXACTLY & it was indeed a bit sweet but went well with the ribs I served with them (had I served ribs with a sweeter bbq sauce I'd cut down on the sugar in the beans). I cooked them in a Pyrex dish about half the recommended size (I think my dish is about 9 x 4.5") for the full hour and they weren't at all mushy (as some reviewers said), the sauce thickened up quite nicely, though I did use center cut bacon, which would be less fat dripping into the beans than if you used cheap bacon. I also cut the bacon into 3 pieces & laid those diagonally on top, which allowed each of the three servings when served in a small bowl a nice piece of bacon served on top.

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Reviewed On: Apr. 1, 2014
Baked Parmesan-Crusted Chicken
Tasty, I would have given it 4 stars but because I only used about 1/3 the amount of salt (I was concerned the saltiness of the cheese would be plenty, & I used regular salted butter)I believe had I used the full amount of salt called for in the recipe it would have made the dish too salty that's why I knocked my rating down to 3 stars. I also didn't have fresh herbs on hand, so used 1/3 the amount of dried amounts of thyme, oregano, & basil (1/3 dried is a common substitution for fresh) & the amount of herbs was just fine (some reviewers said the herbs were very overpowering, so I wonder if they used dried herbs in the same amount as the recipe calls for fresh). Not a super spectacular dish, but I was serving it alongside an eggplant parmigiana recipe that I wanted to take center stage, so the chicken was more of a side dish here.

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Reviewed On: Feb. 26, 2014

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