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Egg and Hash Brown Pie

Reviewed: Apr. 22, 2006
Glad that you are enjoying my recipe.Thanks for all reviews! Some of you are right this is a basic it was meant to be. BUT, it is a starting point as all recipes are for you to tweak to your own taste. We (my family) as I was growing up used this, adding many variations to it. My father loved spicy & hot -- so he used hot sausage and bacon/ adding 1 cup of diced each red peppers and green peppers that he lightly sauted first. We also served it with mushrooms, spinach, water chestnuts and also added lots of ham. Get creative -- make it to suit yourself and your family. Sometimes I just like it the basic recipe eating it with crousants or toast, OJ and some kind of fresh fruit..I hope you enjoy!
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Awesome Sausage, Apple and Cranberry Stuffing

Reviewed: Nov. 15, 2005
This recipe reminds me of one my aunt used to make but refused to share.The first time I made it - it was very good but I remembered hers having some cornbread "croutons" in it.I cut the 1 1/2 cups of the wheat bread from the recipe, cooked white meal corn bread, sliced just the inside part into 1/2 inch cubes and toasted it with the bread. I added and extra 1/2 cup of white bread and a bit more chic broth, deleted the rosemary and added 1/2 tsp of poultry seasoning. Turned out great! My mom came to eat the second time and she swears that it is just like my aunts recipe! I kept the liver but pulverized it in the food processer so it came out like crumbs.
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Egg and Sausage Casserole

Reviewed: Nov. 21, 2004
I was having a brunch party for friends and family. Unknown to me, my son invited his friends over for a lunch/snack -- cresent rolled hotdogs and chili-cheese fries. Next morning I only had half of each cheese and no cresent rolls... with no time to run to store...I improvised. I used toast on the bottom for the cresent rolls and added 1/2 cup of heavy cream to the eggs and mixed. I also realised that I had bought the "spicy hot" sausage by mistake. Even with all the wrong things happening, this recipe turned out great! I roasted some small cherry tomatoes with a bit of olive oil and fresh basil and some of my guest were eating that on top of this. I gave this recipe out to several people.. good recipe!I look forward to making it with all the correct ingredients next time ;-)Thanks
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Broccoli Salad II

Reviewed: Nov. 10, 2004
This recipe is good and I find it more to my liking when I changed two things about it. 1.)I chop my broccoli and put it in a metel strainer and placed it in a large pot of boiling water for 3 minutes and not more than that because if you leave it in longer than that, it will cook it too much and be gross. The I remove it from the hot water and plunge it into a pot of iced cold water until broc is cold, and then drain it well. This makes the broc a nice bright green, mellows the bitterness, and is still crunchy. 2.) I use rice vinegar - nice and mellow but still vinegery. * once for a party -- I was out of rice vinegar so I used about a tsp +/- of sugar in the vinegar & mayo and stirred it until the sugar was disolved. Then to the salad I added half a can of drained shoe peg corn (thin white corn) and I got a lot of raves on it from guests! I never use the raisins because we do not like them.
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Deb's Mac Salad

Reviewed: Dec. 29, 2002
This is a good recipe, I doubled it and I found that I did not have the ranch dressing but I had the dry ranch dressing mix and sprinkled it on, and I added a bit more mayo, and a tsp of milk and it was great! Second time, I added some extra vegtables, like small broccoli flowrettes(just the tiny ends) and defrosted frozen english peas.Yummy! This is a keeper recipe, thnks for sharing.
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Easy Meatloaf

Reviewed: Dec. 4, 2002
This is the same recipe that I have used for years. My son only likes ketchup on his, but the rest of us love the sweet/tangy sauce. I also add 8 saltine crackers crumbled into crumbsand reduce the bread crumbs by the amount of crackers and a small minced cut carrot to it. This is a very good and moist recipe. This recipe also does well with green pepper or mushrooms added to it.
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