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Recipe Reviews 6 reviews
Easy Marinated Pork Tenderloin
Used garlic infused olive oil in addition to the 1 clove called for in this recipe, low sodium soy sauce, no added salt, and about 1/4 tsp dried thyme. Marinated about 6 hours. Very good and tender. Entire family loved it. Personally, I'm not too big on soy sauce so may try wine instead next time. Or more garlic & pepper to mask it.

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Reviewed On: Aug. 15, 2014
Warm Blue Cheese Dip with Garlic and Bacon
This was a big hit at our party last night. I doubled the batch as there were close to 20 people there. Used applewood smoked bacon with the lowest sodium content we could find which I baked in a stoneware pan for more even doneness. The only change I made was I using 1 cup of half & half for the double batch because I was planning on serving it from a small crock pot and other reviewers had stated it had been dry served that way. That worked really well just make sure the cream cheese and half & half blend is "runnier" than the consistency you want it to be when you serve it. I would not use less if planning to keep in a crock for 4 hours or more. This was very good on the plain Italian bread I served it with. Was also very good on the celery, pears, and Granny Smith apples that other guests had at the party with their dips. Those items better balanced the saltiness which I think is mostly from the blue cheese rather than the bacon. Will make again!

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Reviewed On: Jan. 12, 2014
Country Apple Dumplings
Absolutely delicious! I increased this to 4 apples. After slicing them, I dipped them in some of the Dew and rolled them in a small amount of cinnamon & sugar. I then wrapped 2 slices in each triangle. This made a tight fit but well worth the extra apple flavor. I'd misread the butter as 1 stick rather than 1cup and cut that to 3/4 of a stick which I melted and mixed with 1/2 cup each of white and dark brown sugar and 1/2 tbsp of cinnamon. Poured this over the top and followed with only 3/4 cup of the Mountain Dew. The dumplings were beautifully browned at 35 minutes so I pulled them out. The bottoms of the dumplings were just starting to brown and were only slightly soft. Nice caramel/cinnamon/apple flavor. Husband said "keep this recipe!" I think I will.

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Reviewed On: Nov. 10, 2013

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