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The Best Rolled Sugar Cookies

Reviewed: Mar. 7, 2014
I first need to say that sugar cookies are my nemesis... No, seriously. In my life, all attempts to create a sugar cookie heaven, rolled and drop alike, have failed. Miserably! Obviously, I am NOT an avid baker and am just beginning to learn how to make things that are edible. (THANK YOU ALLRECIPES!!) So, I decided to venture, once again, into the deep unknown and attempt to conquer my great white whale! Okay, dozens of tiny ones, but you get the idea... I suck at them. Well, I stumbled upon this recipe and decided to give it my best shot, one last try before I gave up for good! ....I've done it! They're alive! They're aliiiiiiive(with flavor and fluffy, chewiness) They're chewy and soft, delicious and EDIBLE! I nearly fainted. So, in conclusion, this recipe is just lovely. I KNOW that I was doing things wrong before but this one so clearly spelled it out for me that I couldn't mess it up even with my 4 year old helping. Which is clearly what I needed. No fancy terms or assumptions that I knew what the heck someone meant by one thing or another. THANK YOU Jill Saunders for making this idiot proof. :) I love these and we'll be making them again and again... Oh, and I didn't change a thing.
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Campbell's® Easy Skillet Pork Chops

Reviewed: Dec. 30, 2012
I am just learning to cook and have, until now, always over cooked pork chops so badly that it wasn't worth trying to choke down.. but THIS! In the end, it was DELICIOUS and my children were asking for seconds. We paired it with Saffron Rice, homemade mashed potatoes, and buttermilk buscuts. So simple and incredibly delicious.
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Homemade Biscuit Mix

Reviewed: Dec. 3, 2012
We did this but added one little step: Instead of kneading the dough we mixed, then rolled it out once with a floured roller, spread a thin layer of softend butter then folded it in half and repeated the process about 6 times. Oh my goodness!! They came out so fluffy and layered. We just loved them. And they're GREAT with jam. Thank you so much, it sure makes biscuits at dinner time much easier.
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