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Sweet Fire Rib Rub

Reviewed: May 2, 2015
We loved this rub! Followed the recipe precisely and then the recipe notes in regard to wrapping and refrigerating overnight. We slow smoked the ribs and then applied some homemade Bourbon BBQ sauce. Fantastic! Drove the neighbors crazy ALL DAY with the wonderful aroma! (insert evil grin here) Will be using this recipe often.
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Roasted Peppers in Oil (Peperoni Arrostiti Sotto Olio)

Reviewed: Mar. 16, 2015
A classic dish my Italian MIL taught me to make- just this way. I used fresh and dry herbs, a little parsley and only red peppers like my MIL did. I did use less olive oil than suggested. I roasted the pepper right on my gas range but be sure to line the stove top around the burners if you do - I have those little foil burner pans just for this puropse. So delicious on a roast pork or chicken cuttlet sandwich. Thanks for posting your recipe!
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Great Easy Waffles

Reviewed: Mar. 10, 2015
We loved these! A little extra work with beating the egg whites but it added to the crispy texture. I skipped the rind and used only vanilla extract. Very nice flavor. Will make again.
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Simple Breakfast Smoothie

Reviewed: Feb. 24, 2015
Yum! I froze my fruits to add to the frosty texture I prefer and skipped the ice. I used blood oranges, strawberries, bananas and a little pineapple I had leftover from some fruit salad. You can truly use any combination of fruits you may have on hand. I also used a little vanilla almond milk in place of the ice, honey and extract. Flax seeds would add to the texture creating silkiness, once pureed, but I chose to use almond bran to up the fiber considerably. Small adaptations to a great base recipe.
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Crispy Honey Sriracha Chicken Wings

Reviewed: Feb. 6, 2015
I would give two ratings for this recipe if possible. 5 stars for the baking method. It makes some FANTASTICALLY crispy wings the sauce adheres to really well. Who knew baking powder would help that? I was worried I would find a bitter aftertaste but nope, just crispy tasting wings. The sauce is delicious but I would add a bit more vinegar next time as there was plenty of heat from the Sriracha but the honey needed more bite to cut the sweetness a little. Perhaps even some lemon juice or lime, would do the trick? Will definitely be making these again.
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Chipotle Mayo

Reviewed: Jan. 30, 2015
Perfection! I used fat free mayo and a little more peppers than listed. Great on sandwiches, french fries and even brushed over chicken breasts like a white BBQ sauce.
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School Lunchroom Cafeteria Rolls

Reviewed: Jan. 15, 2015
Really nice rolls! Made the full batch and froze half for another meal. Next time I will brush with melted butter and not knead in. Very light and soft rolls.
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Homemade Baking Powder Recipe

Reviewed: Jan. 3, 2015
This is a good solution if you happen to run out of baking powder but there is a difference between double action and this single action recipe. The absence of calcium acid phosphate and sodium aluminum sulfate make this recipe "single action". When these ingredients are heated you have a higher rise in your baked goods. This recipe is successful but you must get your baked goods into the preheated oven immediately to get the most rise possible. The corn starch is present only to help with incorporation and if you make a large quantity it keeps it from clumping together. It will loose its effectiveness so large quantity storage is not recommended. I have used this recipe with good success (but, it was a fail when making light and fluffy biscuits. They require double action powder) and it is easy enough to put together I see no need to make larger amounts. This is also a good recipe if you wish to avoid aluminum in your diet as commercial double action baking powder is made with it.
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