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Quiche Lorraine I
9 INCH PIE PLATE! Those of you who are having trouble with too much liquid are probably using the wrong size pie plate. I just made a double batch of this recipe and used two 9" Pyrex glass pie plates. I made the recipe exactly as shown except I sauteed the onions. There was no left over liquid and there was no liquid pooled in the bottom of the pie plate. I expected them to take a little longer to bake because I was baking two quiche at once. But, they did not take that much longer. I think I would make this with green onions next tine or scallions. Very tasty and I would make it again. I took pictures, but can't figure out how to find them. This recipe is not flawed at all.

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Reviewed On: Jun. 6, 2015
Grandma's Chicken Noodle Soup
Thanks to the poultry seasoning, this soup has suprisingly good flavor and is a good basic recipe. You can substitute or leave out a vegetable and use bouillon cubes instead of broth, but I wouldn't bother making it without the poultry seasoning. Next time I will add white pepper and also see if I can make it with fewer pots and pans. I realized about 2/3 through that I didn't have the cornstarch--or couldn't find it. I used flour instead--which was fine. Instead of pouring the thickener into the soup and hoping it doesn't turn lumpy you need to add spoonfuls of the hot cooking soup to the thickener after you've mixed it with water and stir. When it's about the consistency of whole milk you can pour into the soup pot and stir. You won't get lumps. You can make this soup as written and you'll be fine. Or, you can add the things you like to it and all should be good.

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Reviewed On: Jan. 11, 2014
Beef Barley Vegetable Soup
Everyone in my family loved it! I followed the editor's version because I wanted to cook it on the stove. I used beef stock instead of bouillon and used the recommended fresh vegetables and frozen vegetables of my choice which included baby lima beans. You can't have too many vegetables! As others have said it is a good basic recipe that you can change to suit what you have in your cupboards or ingredients you prefer. I'm going to make it again today with bouilion because I don't have any beef stock on hand. I'm sure that will be good too. And, I think I'm going to try the spicy Ro-tel diced tomatoes. You can put most anything but sand in it and I think it will be good.

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Reviewed On: Jan. 4, 2014

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