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Boilermaker Tailgate Chili

Reviewed: Mar. 9, 2011
This will be THE chili recipe for us. We went to a couple of chili cook off before and also tried a few recipes but this is the best. Omitted the beans and double the cayenne. We just don't like beans in our chili and hubby likes his chili spicy. At first I thought...what a long list of ingredients...but it's worth it. Bursting with flavor. Love it! Made it 2 weeks ago, will make again this weekend.
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Juiciest Hamburgers Ever

Reviewed: Feb. 11, 2011
as suggested by other reviewers, I used bread slices soaked in milk. I used 1 lb ground beef, 2 slices bread. Turned out great. I added onion. I sauted the onion first on a pan until slightly charred then mix it with the other ingredients. Just personal preference with the onion. Used it on slider buns and made patties smaller. Hubby, 5 and 7 yr old boys liked it. Made it 2 weeks ago, will be making it again later today.
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Old Fashioned Peach Cobbler

Reviewed: Aug. 14, 2009
This is a keeper! Just made it tonight. Last week I tried a recipe from this site but the crust was cakey. This one is excellent. Crust recipe is yummy, slightly sticky but just add a little flour when you notice it's too sticky as you roll it. I took reviewers advice of: Increase crust amount. I made 1.5 X, cut sugar by half (I don't like extra sweet dessert), cut orange juice by half, increase cornstarch to 3 TBSP (instead of 1 TBSP), Brush eggwash on top layer dough to make it look nicer. 4 stars as is, 5 stars after modifications. Will make again for sure.
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Southern Peach Cobbler

Reviewed: Aug. 10, 2009
From some of the negative reviews, I was afraid this would turn out wet/soupy. I didn't have that problem and it looked good when it was done. However...the batter wasn't crunchy; it was cakey and too sweet even after reducing the sugar from 1 cup to 3/4 cup. It was a simple recipe to try though. I will keep looking for THE peach cobbler recipe since hubby loves peach cobbler.
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Downeast Maine Pumpkin Bread

Reviewed: Oct. 27, 2007
Just made it 3 days ago. excellent taste and very moist. Coworkers, hubby, and 2 toddlers loved it. Followed reviewers advice, 1/2 C apple sauce and 1/2 C oil. Reduced sugar to 2.25 cup (half of that is brown sugar) since reviewers said it's too sweet. Perfect sweetness for me. No other changes. Only enough for 2 loaves of 3x8 pans. Still soggy in middle at 50 min, so kept adding 10 min, and ended up baking for 1hr 20 min. The top was a little crusty right after but was perfect the next morning. Will make again for sure.
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RamJam Chicken

Reviewed: Sep. 18, 2007
It's "THE" chicken recipe for us. Just tried it again last night. I don't change a thing. I've tried different grilled chicken recipes but this is still the winner since I came across it 3 yrs ago. Husband agrees it's the best out of the many recipes I've tried. Kids love it too. Very tasty and super easy. Ingredients are already in the cupboard/fridge. The only thing I need to get is just the wings. Thanks!!!
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Barbecue Ribs

Reviewed: Jul. 5, 2004
I tried this recipe yesterday for 4th of July. I've been looking for a great tasting rib recipe where the meat would just fall off the bone. This is it!!! I reduced the brown sugar by half as some of the reviews suggested. For one slab of ribs I added "dry rub for ribs" by Denise as recommended also by some reviewers. For the second slab, I didn't add the dry rub prior to placing it in the oven. Both slabs turned out great. We didn't think the dry rub was necessary. I also made dipping sauce from "barbecued ribs" by Gail, again recommended by some reviewers. We didn't even need to use the dipping sauce. The ribs were already so tasty without it. I would make this again just like what the recipe calls for, except cut the sugar by half. This is definitely a must try!
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