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Stuffed Acorn Squash Supreme

Reviewed: Sep. 9, 2012
I'm reviewing this recipe before the squash is even finished baking because the filling is SOO good! I used italian turkey sausage and added on onion as well.. my teens are standing at the stove eating it out of the pan! I can only imagine how yummy with the addition of squash and cheese.
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Quick and Easy Chicken

Reviewed: Aug. 18, 2011
This was very peppery but we loved it. I also tripled the sauce plus I used half olive oil and half chili oil which gave it just the right amount of kick and then sprinkled on some five spice. Sooo good! By the way: If you want to prevent the sauce from reducing too much be sure to keep the lid on while simmering. The lid keeps the steam in. Vice versa if you want a thicker sauce.
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Crunchy Romaine Toss

Reviewed: Sep. 6, 2010
This was a yummy recipe. I think it would be good without changing a thing... but I just can't cook like that! I made it with broccoli slaw... was easier than chopping, and had bits of other veggies. I subbed red wine vinegar, olive oil, and coconut oil cuz it was all that I had, and I mixed the seasoning package right in. Also sauted walnuts with noodles and tossed in some sesame seeds. I think this would be great with some 5 spice added as well.
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Cocktail Meatballs IV

Reviewed: Mar. 4, 2009
These are great! I made a batch once, then my sister and I went out, while we were gone my brother in law ate the whole batch! A lady at my church makes jalapeno jelly and it is REALLY good substituted for grape.
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Yummy No-Bake Cinnamon Rolls for Kids

Reviewed: Feb. 5, 2009
I loved this recipe!My kids made it for my husbands b-day as a present.
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Easy Oatmeal Muffins

Reviewed: Sep. 13, 2006
I liked this recipe. I have made it twice now. The first time I followed the recipe exactly and had very nice muffins, but I agree with some other reviewers that it was a little bland. The second time I altered the recipe beyond recognition, still with good results. I wanted a morning glory style muffin using what I had on hand so here is what I did. For the oats and flour I used 1/2 c corn meal, 1/2 c wheat flour, 1/2 c wheat germ, and 1/2 c all purpose flour. Instead of just milk I used 1/2 c pumpkin , 1/2 c milk, and finally instead of sugar I used pure honey. The result was a golden, yummy healthy muffin, not too sweet but full of flavor. This recipe is wonderful as a starting point.
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Basic Fruit Bread Recipe

Reviewed: Jul. 15, 2006
They key to this recipe is the "shredded apple". Shredded apple adds a LOT of liquid. Also the shredding yields more liquid than chopping. If you are going to substitute other fruits for the apple i recommend something that is equilly as moist as an apple; such as zucchini, fresh peaches, carrots or any other moist fruit (shredded). Dried fruits will not work without added liquid.
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Broccoli Cheese Soup

Reviewed: Apr. 17, 2006
Absolutely delish! I have been making this forever. I made this for my little brother when he came to visit a few summers ago. He called me a few months later craving it and wanting the recipe. lol I usually always make this a one dish meal by frying chicken breast in olive oil and seasoning (Adobo among others). I will sear the outside of the chicken (on high) until it is golden and carmelized, then chunk it and add it to the soup partially uncooked. This way the chicken will soak up some of the flavors. I make this an all day affair by boiling the chicken broth, broccoli and chicken together and then adding other ingredients. I have done it in the crock pot too. Oh the possibilities! Also it's great to serve with bread of some kind to sop up the juices. PS. I only use real cheddar.
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Peach Cobbler II

Reviewed: Mar. 28, 2006
I tried this recipe for the first time with much trepidation. It appeared I would need an engineering degree to pull it off. I mean really, pouring boiling water over perfectly good ingredients? However I tried it anyway, halfway through I tasted the batter - it was horribly salty. My husband said bake it anyway maybe it would get better in the oven. So I proceeded per instructions. It smelled wonderful! We were all salivating over it as I pulled it out of the oven perfectly golden. I was so proud of myself. We all waited in anticipation of that first bite... SALTY!! My husband took a wopping serving determined to eat it anyway... he ate it like he had a sore tooth grimacing with every bite. Something was seriously wrong! So I went in search of the cause and THERE on the counter I discovered a completely emty salt canister, my ever helpful two year old had decided to refill the sugar container. So my cobbler had about two cups of salt. The flies refused to land on it. *sigh* I did attempt this recipe at a later date and it was fabulous. Helpful tip: ALWAYS check the sugar before baking. :)
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Beef and Noodle Casserole

Reviewed: Mar. 22, 2006
This is excellent! I have been making this for months now, I'm finally getting around to reviewing it. I make this exactly except that I mix the parm in. The sherry gives it a very rich flavor and the soup makes it luscious and creamy. My husband thinks it tastes like lasagna. Some reviewers have mentioned that baking is unneccesary, I dissagree. The baking melds the flavors together and give the noodles a lovely soft texture,(be sure to cook al dente to start). It is all so worth the effort!
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Broccoli, Rice, Cheese, and Chicken Casserole

Reviewed: Mar. 21, 2006
This was good. I modified it to make it low fat. I substituted fat free sour cream for butter, fat free soups, and fresh steamed broccoli. I also used a half pound of real cheddar, and omitted the velveeta. The only change I would make is to season the chicken more before combining everything.
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