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Chantal's New York Cheesecake

Reviewed: Oct. 14, 2011
This recipie is so simple straight forward and easy. I have made NY style cheescakes before and they ALWAYS turned out poorly. I followed this recipie exactly and it turned out PERFECT. It was a gift for my daughter's 14th birthday and she was delighted. The only changes I would make the next time is less flour for a creamier texture and reducing the oven temp to 325 degrees. Mine was a little too brown. I used the blender to mix the eggs into the cream cheese, but I used the whisk to add the sour cream to prevent over mixing. This is a fabulous recipie and an excellent choice for anyone wanting to make an authentic NY style cheesecake. LOVE IT!
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Spinach and Bacon Chicken

Reviewed: Mar. 16, 2011
I love chicken and I love bacon and spinach, but the calories and fat make me wonder about this one because I love my heart too. I will probably try this one but without the bacon fat and dredging in the flour. It will save some calories and fat by using chicken broth and evaporated milk with a cornstarch thickner. I want more seasoning, add some garlic, onion and a little salt and pepper.
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Slow Cooker Pulled Pork

Reviewed: Jan. 7, 2011
This was really good and easy. I was skeptical about using root beer, but it turned out great. I used a boston butt, becasue the tenderloin is too expensive for this type of meal. I also added, ketchup, a squirt of mustard, brown sugar and hot sauce and onion powder. I let it crock for about 5 hours on high, then 2 more on low and it was so tender. The meat shredded very easily and the taste of the sauce is phenomenal. Use less brown sugar if you don't like a real sweet bbq sauce. Great recipe
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Red Velvet Cake IV

Reviewed: Dec. 27, 2010
Taking the suggestions of other reviews and adding additional buttermilk and cocoa made this the best. I've been making this recipe for about 4 years and its alway a little on the dry side. I took some time to read the reviews when I reprinted my faded copy and to my surprise the cake turned out moist, tender and very chocolaty. All this time it's been the recipe not me! The frosting has always been yummy, but on the revised cake, it was absolutely phenomenal. This is a time consuming recipe but it is well worth it. I put chopped nuts around the edges and whole pecan halves on top. It is beautiful and delicious. Give it a try with 1 & 1/4 c. extra buttermilk and 1 1/2 tbsp extra cocoa. It makes the difference and the cake is wonderful.
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