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Sweet Potato Rolls

Reviewed: Dec. 26, 2010
The first time I had sweet potato rolls was when I met my husband's family in rural VA. They were to die for. I was always intimidated by the women in his family who made them. This past Thanksgiving, I found this recipe and "tried". I woke my husband up at 3am "taste it". He loved them! I had 3 of them on the spot. They were the talk of my dinner gathering. My German neighbors ask for them now. My only regret is that one batch didn't make 3 dozen vice 1. :) Thank you so much! I'm going to now to try it with pumpkin. Can't wait to see if that works. Simone in Stuttgart
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Sweet Potato Rolls

Reviewed: Dec. 26, 2010
The first time I had sweet potato rolls was when I met my husband's family in rural VA. They were to die for. I was always intimidated by the women in his family who made them. This past Thanksgiving, I found this recipe and "tried". I woke my husband up at 3am "taste it". He loved them! I had 3 of them on the spot. They were the talk of my dinner gathering. My German neighbors ask for them now. My only regret is that one batch didn't make 3 dozen vice 1. :) Thank you so much! I'm going to now to try it with pumpkin. Can't wait to see if that works. Simone in Stuttgart
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Chicken Quesadillas

Reviewed: Aug. 30, 2009
This was quick, easy and delicious. My kids said it was better than Fridays or Bennigans anyday! Made mama smile. I added smoked bacon seasoning and sauteed my onions and chicken together before putting them in the tortilla. I only used mozzerella since we have an intollerance to cheddar. I made a honey mustard sauce to dip and it was just fantastic. Thank you for this great, quick and easy lunch or dinner idea. You helped me answer the question "how am I gonna cook the chicken today?" :)
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Goat Cheese Salmon

Reviewed: Aug. 19, 2009
This was a nice change from the normal sweet or buttery salmon recipes, but it didn't go over well with my family. They enjoyed it but don't want me to cook it again anytime soon. My DH thought it was too many different flavors. I myself thought it was good and a nice change of pace. But when I saw 2 pieces remaining in the pan, I knew I couldn't really cook this one again.
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Maple Salmon

Reviewed: Aug. 7, 2009
This was delicious! My husband and I are on diets but we desperately want to keep taste and flavor. Thank you for this one. Even my kids wanted seconds. I served it with fresh spinach sauteed in olive oil and fresh garlic. I did not have maple syrup the second time I made this. I used mollasses, worstershire sauce and soy sauce. It was just as good. Also, I marinated it a few minutes less than the recipe said...guess we were just hungry...and the sauce is devine with one little slither of toasted bread as a garnish. It tastes good and makes a great presentation. I am putting this one in my "entertainment" category. Thanks Starflower!!!
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Classic Tiramisu

Reviewed: May 29, 2008
Living in Europe for the last 3 years, I have a certain fear about making tiramisu and serving it at my home. Everyone here has been to Italy and other places around Europe and have had some awesome Tiramisus. How could I compete right? Well, this recipe helped me to do it. I made it last night with a spring form pan. It didn't solidify properly for a couple reasons. 1. my whipping cream didn't whip so well 2. my spring form pan leaked. But I left it til morning. My husband thought it "looked" awful but he said it tasted good. He put it in a bowl and took it to work. He left it in the freezer by mistake and then took it out. According to the 4 calls I got from the office, it was delicious. Presentation isnt everything afterall. So, tonight, I ditched the spring form and used a large flat glass bowl about 4 inches deep. The presentation is great because you can see through the bowl and see the layers of fingers and custard. I couldn't get my chocolate to curl though. I just put little chips on top. I used the most delicious Swiss chocolate that I picked up recently on a trip. I topped it with a cherry and it looks great. I didn't use lady fingers because only the hard ones are here in Germany. I used these delicious little mini cakes, shaped like lady fingers, called Madelinas. By themselves, they are delicious. I also used kaluha, coffee and warmed it a bit with maple syrup to make just a little thicker. It really helped avoid the soggies. I put it in
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