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Maple-Garlic Marinated Pork Tenderloin

Reviewed: Aug. 2, 2014
Easy and yummy
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Baked Kale Chips

Reviewed: May 1, 2014
Always on the lookout for recipes my kids will 14 year old son tried one then asked for a plate full! I tried them with salt the first time and my 10 & 12 year old boys said "pretty good", but after trying with seasoned salt they liked them better. My 8 year old tried one then shoved a bunch in her mouth. Her response: "they taste better one at a time!" SO easy and healthy. IMPORTANT: PUT THE SALT ON AFTER BAKING for a better result!!! Thanks for a great idea LucyDelRey! UPDATE!: I'm not changing anything, just realized that I forgot to mention how I put the oil on: I drizzle just a little olive oil on the leaves, then using my fingers I rub it around on all the leaves. This way you don't get too much oil on them making them soggy. Put them on parchment paper on a baking sheet for 10 minutes, sprinkle with salt and whatever else suits your fancy and...voila! Super healthy and very addictive snack - guilt free!
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Cinnamon Apple Healthy Smoothie

Reviewed: Jan. 11, 2014
I gave it 4 stars because I like the flavor, but I don't like to chew my smoothies. I have a good blender (Ninja) but it still had too much apple peel pulp. I used an unpeeled green apple - I think I will try and peel it next time. My kids liked the flavor, but, to get past the pulp, I had to convince them that it was just like eating an apple. (BTW I didn't have a pear - still, flavor was yummy)
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Anniversary Chicken I

Reviewed: Jul. 26, 2013
READ THIS! Fantastic recipe...but here's an IMPORTANT piece of advice: Make sure you don't over cook the chicken as it dries out when over cooked and you'll end up with a large lump of hard-to-eat dried up white meat. Use a meat thermometer and cook until 165 degrees. Or pound the breasts with a meat mallet until thinner then bake - this requires less time to cook! (ps: When in a rush I have skipped the pre-browning). If you don't have a meat thermometer GET ONE! A good one isn't even expensive and you'll wonder what you did with out it! Electronic is my fave - mine only cost $25).
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Sloppy Joes II

Reviewed: Apr. 25, 2013
This is good - quite good actually BUT...please taste it BEFORE you add the brown sugar. This is very sweet and did not need any sugar! I feel bad only giving it 3 stars because it is better than just "ok", but too sweet to get 4+ stars for me.
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