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Delicious Ham and Potato Soup

Reviewed: Apr. 9, 2012
I don't think you can screw this simple and tasty soup. I doubled everything except the roux. I used skim milk in the roux and I chopped the onion and celery very fine in my food processor to gain favor from my son and husband. I didn't add additional salt because the bouillon had plenty. With the "healthy" alterations, the soup was still oh so good!
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Banana Bread

Reviewed: Apr. 8, 2012
I followed the directions and did not modify the ingredients. It is good, basic, easy to follow recipe. But it's just that, a basic recipe that could use the help of a splash of vanilla and walnut to add some character and depth of flavor. The bread came out on the dry side. I doubt I'll make it again, there are better recipes out there.
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Sour Cream Pound Cake

Reviewed: Mar. 10, 2011
I'm the food service officer on board a US Navy warship. We needed to get rid of 10 cases of sour cream before it went bad. I found this recipe and had my sailors make 800 portions. I was a little nervous that increasing it by so much may throw off the chemistry and the recipe would flop. One taste and I knew it would be a hit. The crew LOVED the pound cake. Thanks for a delicious and simple recipe.
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Campbell's Apple Strudel

Reviewed: Mar. 3, 2010
I've been searching for an authetic recipe for apfel studel as my husband is German and I will look no further. My husband said I out did myself, if only he knew how easy it was to make. Thank you for an excellent recipe.
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Authentic Mexican Tortillas

Reviewed: Feb. 8, 2008
I wanted to address the issue of the Tortillas going hard after being made. Being from Mexico, I've never seen a woman making toritillas without having a Kitchen towel folded over and stacking the tortillas inbetween as they are comming off the griddle or comal. Infact my mother will go a step further and place a Kitchen towel (folded in half) into a gallon sized ziplock bag, this all in the effort to keep the tortillas pliable/soft. Once you are all through making your taco's, burritos, etc, you can take the towel out of the bag and store the tortillas in the bag, in your fridge. Whenever you need one or two, reheat on a hot griddle pan turning as necessary and they become pliable once again. Tortillas are like bread, you leave them out in the open, they get hard. Another thing that will make them hard is leaving them unattended on the griddle too long, the moisture is wisked out and not suitable for tacos, burritos, or anything. I hope this additional step keeps the rating for this recipe high, as it really is no different (except for lard), than my Mexican mother makes.
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Creamed Broccoli Soup

Reviewed: Jan. 11, 2007
I decided to try this version of cream of broccoli soup because of the high reviews, however the carrots made the soup too sweet. I ate one bowl and couldn't eat anymore of it. I had to toss it out.
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Pasta e Fagioli II

Reviewed: Aug. 21, 2005
Easy and delicious. My 7-year-old loved it, now that has to tell you something. Thanks for the recipe Kathy!
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Spaghetti Pie II

Reviewed: Aug. 14, 2005
Oh so delicious. This is the definition of what great comfort food should be. Thank you Jennifer. Can't wait until my husband returns from Iraq so I can make this for him. He's going to be a very happy soldier. It only gets better. I've been eating left overs for a few days and still outstanding. You will not be dissappointed.
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Hashbrown Casserole

Reviewed: Jun. 13, 2004
This recipe is so easy to prepare, it's great for potlucks. Make sure to take copies of the recipe, people will ask. The only thing that I do diffrently from the recipe is that I use the cubed style hashbrowns instead of the shredded, I also sauted a whole (med) diced onion in the 2 Tbs. of butter until translucent
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Waikiki Cornbread

Reviewed: Mar. 15, 2004
Not your typical cornbread. I usually don't like how "corny" and dry cornbread can be, but this is so moist and soooooo good. If I could change anything, perhaps I would reduce the baking powder to only 2 tsp. I think I can taste the baking powder a little bit. Other than that it's just excellent. I know that the recipe is not specific on what to use for the buttermilk baking mix. I used Bisquick and it worked well for me.
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Reviewed: Dec. 31, 2002
I've never had a beignet from New Orleans but I have always had great reviews on this recipe. Several have asked for the recipe, they're great!
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