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Killer Shrimp Soup

Reviewed: Oct. 22, 2013
Thought this was an awesome recipe. I had made some shrimp stock (simmered with some Old Bay Seasoning) and used that in place of chicken stock. Added crushed and powdered cayenne pepper, and cut the butter in half but followed the rest of the recipe. Just terrific. The broth by itself is fantastic.
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Simple and Delicious Beet Greens

Reviewed: Jul. 31, 2014
Great recipe for healthy eating. I sautéed some onion along with the diced stems in olive oil for a few minutes, then added the garlic. I tossed in some real bacon bits I had in the refrigerator, then added the chopped beet greens along with the red pepper flakes. After about a minute, I added some apple cider vinegar rather than the lemon. Just like the extra kick it gives. Great recipe!
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Asian Grilled Chicken

Reviewed: Aug. 28, 2014
Thanks for a great recipe! I didn't have sweet chili sauce, and read other reviews where they thought the sweetness needed a boost so I used leftover duck sauce packets from Chinese takeout, (hate to waste anything) and a little honey for added sweetness, and upped the amount of Sriracha. I also added some sesame oil (just a little; goes a long way) and some sesame seeds. Was terrific... served it with Jasmati rice and grilled okra (I know sounds weird but whole grilled okra is the bomb in the summertime.. and a salad with some mandarin oranges, fresh cucumbers and toasted almond slices.
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Roasted Cauliflower and Leek Soup

Reviewed: Mar. 9, 2015
A couple of thoughts: I pureed half of the soup. Didn't have cream but substituted a can of cream of chicken soup. Baked some bacon and crumbled it. Added a touch of cheddar cheese on top. Good stuff!
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Baked Spaghetti

Reviewed: Apr. 19, 2015
I have mde a very similar version to this recipe, and it is a great go-to recipe in-and-of-itself. However, if you like your Italian with more flavor, you might try slicing some black and green olives into the spaghetti sauce, along wit a small can of tomato paste, and can of diced tomatoes. I grew basil last year, and froze it at the end of the growing season. One way I froze it was to put the leaves tightly wound into ice cube trays and had just a big of water. Freeze the cubes,then take out however many cubes you need for a particular dish. I might also add a little dried Italian seasoning in with the meat mixture for added flavor. Again, if peole don't like things with a lot of flavor, skip these ideas. Everybody's tastes are different. Think it is a great concept and thanks for sharing!
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