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Teriyaki Turkey Breast

Reviewed: Mar. 14, 2012
Excellent! Both my husband and I loved it. Only thing I did was put a tent of aluminum foil over the turkey to try to preserve moisture. Will most definitely make this again. Yum, yum, yum!
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Hawaiian Ham Skillet

Reviewed: Dec. 28, 2011
This was super-easy. I made a couple of tweaks - instead of green pepper, I used 1/2 a finely chopped jalapeno, de-seeded. I also stir-fried the pineapple to char it a bit before adding the sauce. I used white wine instead of vinegar, and a bit of apple juice instead of water. I made Arborio rice on the side. All in all, it's a winner!
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Lasagna Helper

Reviewed: Jan. 19, 2012
I didn't have all these ingredients on hand, so I used 1 cup chicken stock and 3 cups water instead of the beef bouillon, and a can of tomato paste instead of tomato soup. I also added a quick bechamel sauce (butter, sour cream, flour, garlic powder, fresh ground pepper) to top it off. Then sprinkled a bit of mozzarella. Was very good, passed hubby's test, will make it again!
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Nana's Slow Cooked Meaty Tomato Sauce

Reviewed: Apr. 24, 2012
My husband usually dreads it when I make pasta because the sauce is always so lacking. THIS he absolutely loved. He said "You can make this almost every day of the week!" And I only used beef, no sausage - so next time I'll try using the sausage as well. Thanks, Lora, it was a big hit!
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Moussaka

Reviewed: May 30, 2012
SO worth the time and dirtying up some dishes (that's what a dish washer is for, people!). Athens is our favorite city and this recipe brings us back to our fond memories of Greece. Will make this often!
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Crabless Chicken Cakes

Reviewed: Jun. 4, 2012
These were awesome! My husband had made chicken on the grill and we had 2 bone-in breasts left over the next day. Not about to waste those, so I looked up "leftover chicken recipes" and stumbled upon this recipe. I took the advice from some of the previous reviews and I used a processor to get the chicken as broken down as possible. This turned out perfectly since then I didn't need to use an egg to hold it together. The mayonnaise does a good job of that. I didn't have hot sauce so just used a tablespoon of hot Pace Picante sauce. I also substituted spicy mustard in place of the tartar sauce. For the breading, I used panko bread crumbs and I baked the cakes in the oven at 375 degrees for 15 minutes each side on a parchment-lined baking sheet. They ended up perfect with a fantastic crunch! I ate them plain, while my husband had his on hamburger buns with a bit of bbq sauce topping. Definitely will make these again!
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Wisconsin Native's Beer Cheese Soup

Reviewed: Sep. 11, 2012
I am a former Wisconsin native, too, and really love a good beer cheese soup. This recipe was excellent. I was worried, however, that the carrots & celery would be undercooked and make the soup too chunky, so I boiled them until about three-quarters-soft. I also sauteed the onions in butter & olive oil along with some bacon until they were tender. Cooled all the veggies then put them in a food processor until they were "bits and pieces". (I had also added the hot pepper sauce, cayenne, Worcestershire, dry mustard, salt and pepper into the food processor.) I added the seasoned vegetable mixture to a saucepan along with the beer (Miller Lite, of course - it's either that or Leine's!) and reduced sodium chicken broth. Boiled that mixture up while working on the flour/butter/half & half. It seemed to be easier to make each of these components separately, and the soup turned out brilliantly. I let it simmer a lot longer, probably about 30 minutes, to thicken and let that delicious aroma permeate my kitchen. Delicious!
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Twice-Baked Mashed Potatoes

Reviewed: Jan. 11, 2012
I wanted some "crunch" on top of the potatoes, so I crushed some Funyuns and sprinkled them over the top. That was a big hit with my husband! I also added a dash of cayenne pepper into the mixture, then sprinkled the tops with a bit of paprika.
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Baked Coconut Shrimp

Reviewed: Mar. 13, 2012
While very tasty, this didn't turn out as crunchy as I expected. I threw in a few crushed almonds with the coconut flakes thinking that would complement the flavor, but perhaps the nuts ended up taking away from the coconut's ability to toast properly. I made a pretty good dipping sauce of store-bought sweet & sour sauce, fresh cut pineapple and crushed red pepper blended in a food processor.
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