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Easy Chili I

Reviewed: Feb. 3, 2013
We doubled this recipe but only kept the original amount of jalepenos (and it was plenty hot enough for us!!), and while it seemed good, it was not as richly-flavored as other chilis I have had. We added a little bit of Worcestershire sauce and some brown sugar, and when serving, added lots of shredded cheese and a dollop of sour cream, and it turned pretty amazing. But the recipe as-is needs a little boost in flavor.
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Basic Corn Muffins

Reviewed: Feb. 3, 2013
This was definitely a basic recipe. It didn't specific which type of corn meal to use (white or yellow), so I used yellow. It didn't taste as sweet as I had liked, but with a spread of honey butter, it was pretty delicious. I made these to go with the "Easy Chili I" recipe so I'm sure they will be a perfect match, but as a standalone muffin, I think I prefer one with actual pieces of corn inside to add flavor and texture.
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Easy Carbonara Sauce

Reviewed: Feb. 15, 2013
So delicious! And so quick to make! Perfect for a wholesome week night meal. I was concerned about the lack of seasonings, but due to the saltiness from the bacon, and the seasonings from the jar of sauce, it didn't need a single adjustment, and my kids ate two servings. We served this with thin whole wheat spaghetti and it paired beautifully.
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Peanut Butter and Banana Chocolate Truffles

Reviewed: Feb. 16, 2013
The combination of the chocolate, banana and powdered sugar were great, but I tasted little to no peanut butter. Overall, if you like the chocolate+banana combo, these are delicious!
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Chef John's Swedish Meatballs

Reviewed: Feb. 16, 2013
The aroma of these as I was mixing them were wonderful, and the flavor was great too. However, there are a few key ingredients left out of the original recipe post, so this is how I made my gravy: 2 T butter 1/4 cup flour 1.5 cups beef stock 1/2 cup cream 1/2 teaspoon sugar 1 teaspoon Worchestershire sauce 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon pepper The recipe doesn't say how many meatballs this made. Making 2-3 tablespoon-sized meatballs gave me about 34 pretty big meatballs (like, spaghetti-and-meatball size versus IKEA meatball size), which needed to cook longer than the 20 minutes allotted. Mine ended up cooking for 40 minutes, and were slightly tough on the outside, and the temp only got to 150 inside with my thermometer, but they were definitely done. I think next time I will cook for a little longer at a lower temp to not have the outside so overdone. Also, the recipe called for making the gravy before making the meatballs, but I would definitely make the gravy AFTER they are cooked since it really doesn't take more than a few minutes to whisk up. The amount of gravy made with my measurements there only really coated about half the recipe (the hubby is a gravy fanatic, plus we wanted some for the potatoes too), so I'd at least double it next time since it's very thick, and doesn't stretch far. Because I was waiting so long for the meatballs to cook, the gravy got super thick, but a little splash of beef stock helped loosen it as I warmed it back up on the stove.
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Christmas Pork Roast

Reviewed: Feb. 17, 2013
Despite getting the wrong cranberry sauce at the store (we got the regular ol' cranberry jelly), and not having any ginger, this was amazing! The kids LOVED the glaze (while the roast was resting, I poured it into a sauce pan and added some cornstarch to thicken it up some) and kept asking for more, the hubby kept remarking at the flavor and the juiciness of the pork, and while it was cooking, it made the entire house smell divine. This is going in the "tried & true" list for sure.
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Fresh Southern Peach Cobbler

Reviewed: Mar. 7, 2013
I didn't have enough peaches, but supplemented with plums, and it turned out just fine!! It was a tad sweet for me (the fruit was VERY ripe as it was), so next time I will cut the sugar, but the instructions were easy to follow, and the whole family enjoyed this dish, so it will be a keeper!
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Kale Orange Banana Smoothie

Reviewed: Mar. 16, 2013
My very first taste of kale...and I can't even taste it! lol. Delicious, and tastes exactly like an orange-banana smoothie, with some texture. I can definitely see myself drinking this every morning, and can't wait to change up the fruits a little with each drink. :)
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Italian Sausage Frittata

Reviewed: Mar. 17, 2013
This was flavorful, and very easy to cook! I subbed broccoli, onions & green bellpeppers because that's what I had on hand, and even my super picky kids enjoyed it. My sausage was still half-frozen when I sliced it, so I cooked that first in the pan, then added the veggies to cook in the oil. I think I probably should have drained the oil first (I think I read the recipe too fast and didn't see where it said to cook the sausage first then add the cooked sausage to the pan). It was definitely delicious, but I will do that next time to reduce the fat and make it look nicer since the oil rose to the top when I poured the eggs in. Thank goodness it wasn't for company, but overall, a good, fast recipe and one easily adjustable to accommodate whatever veggies you have available.
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Easy Sausage Pizza by Johnsonville®

Reviewed: Mar. 17, 2013
At first I was wary of using the raw sausage on the pizza, but it turned out excellent! I used the "Bread Maker Pizza Dough" recipe from Allrecipes, and cooked it in the oven on the top shelf for about 20 minutes. The edges were nice and dark and crispy, and the flavor of the pizza dough paired wonderfully with the sweet sausage pieces (I used only two of the Sweet Italian Sausages for my pizza, and pinched them into smaller pieces). I added some chopped onion too.
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Bread Machine Pizza Dough

Reviewed: Mar. 17, 2013
GREAT flavor! Reminded me of a nice pizza restaurant! Other than being a little thick in places (making it hard for my 6-year-old-with-a-mouthful-of-loose-teeth to chew), it was SO good, and will definitely be added to my "Tried & True" list.
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Johnsonville Italian Sausage Sliders

Reviewed: Mar. 18, 2013
Yet another fantastic recipe that the kids enjoyed eating! No need to add additional seasonings to the meat, the 3-minute-per-side rule was pretty accurate, and overall, what a quick, simple, yet flavorful meal, especially when paired with the "Honey Wheat Sandwich Rolls" from this site!
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Honey Wheat Sandwich Rolls

Reviewed: Mar. 18, 2013
Made these to go with the Johnsonville Italian Sausage Sliders and they were AWESOME! mine made 18 rolls using a Coca-Cola glass to cut out fifteen roughly 3" diameter circles, then hand-forming circles for the last three rolls. About 13 minutes in my oven and they were done, and I could have eaten half a pan of them right then and there, they were delicious!!
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Quick and Easy Lasagna

Reviewed: Mar. 26, 2013
I made a variation of this as Lasagna Rolls, replacing the ground beef with Johnsonville Mild Sausage, and it was SO delicious! And even BETTER the next day! Simple ingredients, great flavor.
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Baked Pears

Reviewed: Apr. 4, 2013
I'm familiar with baked fruits for dessert, and am normally a HUGE advocator for butter, but the butter just sat inside the pear as it baked, and when I took it out, it splashed everywhere, and ran out all over the place when I cut it, mixing with the ice cream. The amount of cinnamon was quite a lot compared to the small amount of pear flesh that was leftover after I was done scooping out the insides, and if I made this again, I would combine all the ingredients together (after melting the butter) and then just drizzle over the pears in the dish. Maybe even cut whole pears up in slices beforehand to minimize the waste from digging through the top to get to the seeds in the center. For people not used to eating fruit, this might be a way to get them to eat it, but it's definitely not healthy nor indulgent, and the ratio of butter/sugar/spice to fruit was just way, way off for me. :(
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Sauza® Southwest Margarita

Reviewed: Apr. 11, 2013
So delicious when using their new Sauza Blue Silver tequila!! Very mild "tequila" taste, and with freshly squeezed orange juice, you can't go wrong!
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Strawberry Sauza®-Rita

Reviewed: Apr. 18, 2013
BEST of the three I tested out during my Sauza Blue Silver Tequila "Shake It Up - Girls Night In" party!! Customized it a little to sub out the strawberry liquor with fresh strawberries, and it was the first to go. SO GOOD.
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Cinnamon Yogurt Dip

Reviewed: May 11, 2013
As written, I think the cinnamon would have been too much. Like others suggested, I cut it down to 1 teaspoon, and it was fabulous! It was a touch too sweet as well, so I may reduce the sugar/honey if I continue to use regular vanilla yogurt, although it would probably counter the greek yogurt's richness should I try that next time. Can't wait to experiment though! Never thought about putting these ingredients together but they were wonderful! :)
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Pizza On The Grill I

Reviewed: Jul. 18, 2013
The dough to this was PHENOMENAL!! I must have eaten quite a bit as I was "testing" it for doneness right off the grill! The garlic folded into the dough really made it stand out, and I could have just eaten crust all night. We ended up grilling a few empty ones and cutting them into breadsticks to dip into extra marinara sauce. Deeelish!
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Vanilla Ice Cream V

Reviewed: Aug. 2, 2013
Definitely one of the best, most classic, most authentic vanilla ice cream recipes I've tasted!! I quartered the recipe for my ice cream maker, and it was perfect! THANKS!!
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