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Potato Chip Chicken Casserole

Reviewed: Apr. 14, 2015
Made according to directions using leftover smoked turkey DH made and homemade cream of turkey soup, again using leftover smoked turkey. For the rice I use Uncle Ben's Basmati Medley Savory Herb from the AR & Sponsor Share package. It really added a nice addition of flavors and texture. I bumped up the grated cheddar cheese to 2 cups per our personal taste. Rich, decadent and can absolutely be categorized as Comfort Food. Next time I make I'll add broccoli, asparagus or frozen peas.
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Braised Corned Beef Brisket

Reviewed: Mar. 17, 2015
I purchased at 4.65lb Brisket...that's the biggest one I could find. I thought it would plenty for just the two of us! WRONG! As Bdweld said, "buy two, because the first one will go fast." He was right. We ate it all, but about 1/8 of lb. No sammies for us tomorrow. This recipe for Corned Beef is the best we ever had. It was easy peasy too. I put it in the oven at 9:15am and took it out at 3:15pm. I didn't peek once, although it was really hard not to. It came out moist and falling apart tender. We didn't even make a sauce out of the pan drippings. I used it for my skillet fried cabbage. Now I need to go back to Safeway tomorrow and buy another one or two so we can have Corned Beef Sandwiches. Thank you Julie for a great AND easy recipe. We will for sure be making this one again.
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Chef John's Chocolate Decadence

Reviewed: Feb. 15, 2015
This reipe lives up to it's name. It is totally chocolate and toally decadent! A chocolate lover's dream cake! We absolutely LOVED it! It was easy to bake and didn't require a water bath. Followed the directions to the T. I served with just a bit more decadence; heavy whipping cream. (I used liquid coffee mate on mine as it is Lactose-free) If I could, I would give this a 10 Star rating.
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NO YOLKS® Beef Goulash

Reviewed: Feb. 15, 2015
This recipe has potential. As written it is grossly UNDER seasoned. I do think I'll make again. However, next time, I'll season the flour mixture with seasoned salt and garlic powder, use onions instead of leeks (they weren't strong enough) add garlic and celery and saute' all with the carrots before adding to the soup to add depth of flavor. The liquid amount was perfect and we did enjoy it over the perfectly cooked noodles. I love NO YOLKS Noodles. They don't break up or disintegrate after cooking.
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NO YOLKS® Luscious Kugel

Reviewed: Feb. 8, 2015
This is basically a "Noodle" bread pudding that is surprisingly good. I have admit I thought it a little ironic to use eggs in a recipe calling for a No Yolks product. It was easy to make and tasted rich and creamy. I don't think the corn flakes added anything to the taste of this recipe though and I wouldn't add them next time. I would however, top with a chocolate sauce to serve.
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Chocolate-Dipped Pistachio Biscotti

Reviewed: Dec. 18, 2014
This was my first time making Biscotti. I wish I had known how easy Biscotti is to make because now I'm hooked. You just need to remember to factor in and plan for the baking, cooling, slicing and re baking time . I really liked the end result and will make again. Next time I will use cranberries instead of the apricots; although the apricots were good. A great recipe and wonderful use of Reynolds Cookies Baking parchment paper sheets. It truly made cleanup a snap!
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Carrots and Cranberries

Reviewed: Nov. 26, 2014
There couldn't be a simpler, tastier, festive holiday carrot dish this one. We loved it!
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Cranberry Orange Tea Bread

Reviewed: Nov. 23, 2014
I really liked the idea of using a minimal amount of fat in this recipe. It was tasty and not too sweet. Next time I'll add some toasted pecans or walnuts. A great little breakfast bread that will be perfect with my morning coffee!
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Honey Lemon Glazed Salmon with Spinach Saute

Reviewed: Nov. 20, 2014
We love & eat a lot of Salmon. While this recipe was a little bit on the sweet side for us, we did like it. However, the STAR of this dish was the Spinach! Fantastic! The addition of the Pine Nuts was also good! I will make this combination of Salmon and Spinach again, but with WAAAAY less Honey or maybe even use Maple Syrup instead mixed with a tab bit of butter or mayo.
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Spicy Veggie Cabbage Soup

Reviewed: Oct. 25, 2014
Swapped Johnsonville Breakfast Sausage Links for the hot Italian sausage. I cut the links in half, browned and set aside while I added the remainder of the ingredients. Added the browned links and proceeded with the recipe as written omitting the 1/2 cup cream. Very yummy! This is really your basic soup recipe using basic soup ingredients. A wonderful beginner cook recipe. Using Johnsonville Breakfast Sausage Links made it "every body" friendly and was super flavorful.
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Johnsonville Sausage Balls

Reviewed: Oct. 15, 2014
We really like this convenient breakfast in a Ball. Hubs thinks they'd be great to take out on the hunting trail. I'm going to pack some to eat while traveling by plane next week. Next time I make I'll use Parmesan Cheese. Or maybe Swiss. This recipe is a keeper.
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Swiss Parmesan Baked Halibut

Reviewed: Sep. 25, 2014
This is so easy and absolutely delicious! Both hubs and I loved it! I had a large 3lb Halibut Steak, so I doubled all the ingredients, popped in the oven while I made a light salad and bakers to serve as sides. I will be making this again! Thank you Semigourmet for this FANTASTIC recipe!
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Chicken with Pear Sauce

Reviewed: Sep. 14, 2014
This is a great recipe if you're cooking for a Gluten Intolerant person and want gravey or need a bland main dish. We didn't dislike it, but there's something missing. We liked it somewhat, but both hubs and I keep saying it needs something. I may make this again with tweeks! We'll eat it for lunch tomorrow. Maybe sitting overnight in the Pear Sauce will make it better.
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Hard Steamed Eggs

Reviewed: Sep. 14, 2014
PERFECT! Perfect, perfect! This is the very best way to get eggs hard cooked for salads or egg salad sammiches. They turned out perfect and were easy to peel. Thanks Brian for an easy and fail-proof method. Especially great when you have fresh eggs!
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German Pear Pancake

Reviewed: Sep. 13, 2014
This basic German pancake recipe is a very nice twist using Pears. I diced 3 large pears because I like fruit in every bite. That's the only change I made. I will make this again. It's easy and so yummy!
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Honey Cake I

Reviewed: Sep. 5, 2014
Oh. My. Gosh! This recipe was such a pleasant surprise. I thought with 3/4 cup of sugar and 1 cup of honey the finished product would be over the top sweet. It's not! In fact, the yield of 33 cupcakes were not very sweet at all. They are light and airy with a yummy Fall-like taste. I used the frosting recipe from Harvest Pumpkin Cupcakes at the suggestion of Marianne. Great choice! It didn't overwhelm the cupcakes and was a perfect pairing for these delicious little gems. I will absolutely make again. Next time I'll add walnuts too.
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Overnight Blueberry French Toast

Reviewed: Aug. 14, 2014
I've been intending to make this for ages. Well, I've had a boat-load of company so now was the time to feed my crowd some yummy-ness for breakfast. Why-Oh-Why did I wait so long? This is scrumptious. Of course, I had to eat 4 lactaids, but it was worth it! Holy Cow! Rich and decadent, I served with homemade BB Syrup from this site. I made it per the directions except I used Challah bread (also from this site)I had made for the PNW Round Up, but forgot to serve. It's the perfect bread for this recipe.
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Wedding Gift Spaghetti Sauce

Reviewed: Aug. 14, 2014
This is the best Spaghetti Sauce I've ever had or ever made! I put ALL the spices in my Magic Bullet to completely blend and pulverize, then added them as per the directions. Other than that I made exactly as written. It has the texture and flavor of an "HOURS" cooked sauce. I do believe the trick to this recipe is the minimum of 2 hours simmering with the lid OFF! It came out perfect. I fed 4 Granddaughters, my youngest son and husband & myself. There wasn't one drop left. I will be making this again and will make for gifts and canning too. Really the very best Spaghetti Sauce ever!!! If I could, I would give this 10 STARS!!!
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Summer Kale, Avocado, Mango, and Chickpea Salad with Citrus Poppy Seed Vinaigrette

Reviewed: Aug. 11, 2014
We LOVE Kale and we LOVED this recipe. It has everything ingredient in it that we like, so this was a great and refreshing change from the usual salad for dinner. Lite and tangy and you can taste every ingredient. No need to tweek either. I made it as written. So good! Thanks weeble for a winner! I'll make this again and again!
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Popa's Pickled Eggs

Reviewed: Jul. 29, 2014
Made for the PNW Round Up, these eggs were a hit! I didn't think I'd like them as I don't generally like hot foods. However, there is just something about these pickled eggs that I can't stay away from. I ate 3 in row. Yum! They're easy to make and really has a gourmet payoff! My two sons devoured the remainder of them (5 out of 24) after the Get-Together. I'll be making these again and again.
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