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Chocolate Banana Bread Pudding

Reviewed: Apr. 4, 2007
This deserves 5 stars even though I changed one thing.....No Bananas! I was looking for a way to use up french bread and I have out of this world dark chocolate blocks that I cut into small chunks. I don't think I expected a dessert as good as this if you wanted to know, you can omit the bananas and it still (more than) works!
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Scandinavian Almond Bars

Reviewed: May 28, 2006
You know what.....these were REALLY GOOD. I only made them because they didn't look too hard and I had almonds to use up. I made them to take to the In-Laws, but ended up snatching a few for my own personal stash. Surprisingly elegant considering their simplicity. And yes, a pizza cutter does make the slicing bit easier. Great cookie to have with coffee or tea...and the extras (if you have any) can be stored in the freezer. Just let them sit out for a bit to thaw (doesn't take long).
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Lena's Pasta Fazul

Reviewed: May 24, 2006
Easy, Basic ingredients, Healthy and Filling! And the best bit is both husband and son liked it...I mean my 6 year old son ACTUALLY ate it! This is a boy that does not combine food together, like veggies or beans in pasta...This time he picked out the beans but then reluctantly ate them anyway. I only made this because I had the ingredients and was feeling lazy. Will make again, definitely. By the way, I added a bit of smoked bacon, because I had it. They both noticed that flavour and liked it...a lot. Still would be good without.
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Dale's Lamb

Reviewed: May 15, 2006
I have made Roast Leg of Lamb several times using THIS marinade. It works beautifully! The meat is tender and flavourful. Last time I injected the strained marinade into the meat using a meat injector.(Forgot to marinade the night before...) Worked like a dream! I can't wait to try this recipe as described; butterflied and BBQ'd. Terrific recipe, Thanks!
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Cheesecake Dessert

Reviewed: May 3, 2006
This is a great recipe for gatherings/parties. It tastes like cheesecake, but with a light cake underneath. Simple and Clever. I followed the other suggestions and baked this in both a 9x13 pan and another smaller rectangular pan. I topped them with a ready made cherry pie filling instead to the raspberry(to make my life easier) and it was DELICIOUS! And the proof was in the pudding- people loved it and asked for the recipe. Will definitely make again!
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Yummy Apple Pound Cake

Reviewed: Mar. 14, 2006
YUM. This recipe serves as a great base for variations...I didn't have the cherries, so I used raisins. Since I used that combo, I added spice: Fresh Nutmeg, Cinnamon and Cardamom Powder (All 3 mixed to a total of about 2 teaspoons.) My inlaws (from India) loved it! The cake itself baked a dream! No complaints here! I must try sometime as written (with cherries)!
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Moon Rocks

Reviewed: Feb. 8, 2006
We had a surplus of mini marshmallows and needed a creative way to use them up. My son of 6 helped and we had no problems. I think the confusion may only be in the order of the breaks down as most cakes do- mix dry, mix wet and add together. Taste wise they were son loved them! Next time I would not mix marshmallows into the batter, but would place several into the muffin cups and add batter on top. (Haven't tried that yet, so can't swear by it.) By the way, store in airtight container and they get REALLY moist and gooey. That is a good thing!
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Spinach Lasagna III

Reviewed: Jan. 11, 2006
Can't say enough about this recipe. (I finally registered on this site after years so that I could rate this one!) The Ricotta/Mushroom/Spinach filling was the key. (TIP: This filling is Fantastic used to stuff/ bake with Salmon.) And like others I am sure I used a load more spinach. Don't worry about people not liking the spinach, because my husband the Carnivore was fighting with his picky brother for the leftovers! By the way, this freezes well! I froze it uncooked and baked from frozen at temp stated. My only changes: didn't have the romano and added a tad bit of FRESH grated nutmeg to the spinach. And make sure you use a good (not overpowering) sauce. Thanks Robbie!
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