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Recipe Reviews 3 reviews
Cajun Chicken Pasta
Super good! Fairly easy. Fresh and satisfying. Has some zip to it, so diners with a delicate palate might back off on the amount of Cajun spices. The recipe doesn't mention slicing the chicken, but I'd recommend that. Also, you can easily extend the recipe, for more diners, by adding a chicken breast and pasta.

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Reviewed On: Apr. 26, 2015
Aw-some Coleslaw
I love cole slaw. Always wished I had a good recipe to make. This is it! I also love KFC's slaw. Though they chop theirs finer, this is right on the mark. I got shredded cabbage and carrots from Trader Joe's. So all I had to do was add the onions and other ingredients. Quick. Easy!

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Reviewed On: Jul. 6, 2014
Rhode Island Red Clam Chowder
This recipe was fantastic. I swapped half of the carrots for celery—which I recommend to all. I'd like to take issue with the few negative reviews. I grew up in RI (1957) and have had red chowder, just like this, all of my life. I had done some research and the red, tomato-based chowder is traced to RI's Portuguese immigrants, who came with tomato-based soups. New Englanders called it "Manhattan" chowder as a derisive term, because it was not clear or white. But RI red chowder was always a fixture at George's in Galilee and at Iggy's and I wouldn't eat a clam cake without some!

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Reviewed On: Jul. 10, 2013
 
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