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Spicy Cheese Quick Bread

Reviewed: Feb. 15, 2010
I didn't want the spicy factor so I just left out the cayenne and everyone gobbled it up! It was very easy and had the consistency of drop biscuits with a nice crunchy crust all around. The heal was to die for! yummy! Next time we may try some green chile inside. Also, I didn't have half-and-half so I just used all milk and it came out fine:)
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Bacon Gravy for Biscuits

Reviewed: Feb. 11, 2009
This isn't as good as the sausage kind, but I need something for dinner and bacon was all the meat I had. This turned out great for a breakfast for dinner. We had it over biscuts-yum!
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Buffet Meatballs

Reviewed: Jun. 22, 2008
These always dissapear when I make then for church functions. For a meal I serve them over rice.
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Potato and Bacon Salad

Reviewed: Jun. 17, 2008
I love this recipe! It was the first potato salad i ever made, and I have made it at least 30 times since then. I always have people asking for the recipe! I don't measure much, though and eyeball the consistency of the mayo. I always use a whole pack of bacon instead of the few slices-so worth it. I have made it with all kinds of potatoes, but find that red skinned have a soft buttery texture that works wonderfully. It is so easy, and I always bring to pot lucks at our church. I have had people say "did you bring it" as soon as I walk in the door. A true keeper! If you are in a hurry, a presure cooker works great for the potatoes, and the hormel real bacon pieces are a time saver too!
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Crunchy Whole Wheat Cookies

Reviewed: May 5, 2008
I was looking for a "healthy" cookie, and this was great. It was wary b/c there was only wheat flour, but there wasn't that wierd wheat flavor you get when you bake bread with only wheat. I also replaced the sugar with Splenda sugar substitue not regular Splenda,(1 cup total instead of two) then added a little molasses to make up for no brown sugar. I am not a big fan of shortening, so I used two sticks of butter and 1/3 cup shortening. I skipped the sugar covered cup, and just pressed them down with a fork once. The kids loved them, and were excited that they were "healthy"- thanks for the great idea:)
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Monte Cristo Sandwich

Reviewed: Mar. 24, 2008
I think this taste like the bennigans Monte Cristo, without as much breading (which I prefered), plus it isn't all greasy. We have seven in our family, so by the end of making these, I figured out why some were soggy. I used a pie pan for the liquids, and a slotted metal spatula. Build the sandwich, then place in the liquid, QUICKLY scoop flip and quickly remove allowing the excess to drip off. The sandwich shouldn't stay in the liquid for more than half a sec or else it gets soggy. I used sourdough bread of a regular thickness, and munster cheese, because my family doesn't like swiss. I didn't use mayo or mustard, but powdered sugar over top and seedless raspberry jam for dipping are a MUST-yummy. I also failed to mention that I used leftover ham fro or baked hame from easter- a great way to use leftovers!
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Imitation Crabmeat Salad

Reviewed: Aug. 12, 2005
after reading other reviews I decided to cut down on the ingredents. I used 3/4 cup mayo and ommited italian dressing and substitutted the envelope style dressing. I added about half, but add acording to your taste a little at a time. This solve the "soupy issue". Flavor with out the liquid! I also added a bit of Cayenne pepper for some kick. I mixed in 1 1/2 lbs crab meat instead, and there was still plenty of dressing. Seemed to be more sandwich material than just eating in straight.
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