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"I have made the salsa many times and everyone always loves it. I needed a taste of summer in January and was craving fish tacos but couldn't find any mango, so I substituted canned apricot halves. That tastes pretty good too if you're ever in a pinch."
Reviewed Lentil Vegetable Soup
"I have made this twice so far. Both times I attempted to freeze half for a later date, but my daughter always unfreezes and eats it as soon as the first half is gone! The only change I suggest is to add 1 can of diced tomatoes and then only 2.5 quarts of broth; I still keep the tomato paste as well. The vinegar at the end is essential, it reall"
Reviewed Dragon's Breath Chili
"Every year my husband and I host a chili cookoff football party and this chili won in the best spicy category. After making it a few times, My preference is to substitute chorizo for the italian sausage because I just don't think fennel belongs in chili. Also, since it doesn't specify a specific chili powder, I mix 1 T of Ancho, 1 T of Pasilla a"
Reviewed Deep-Dish Apple Pie
"This was the first time I've ever baked a pie, so I was a bit nervous. The crust was easier than I thought and I had no problems with the dough. I did not like the filling, though. It tasted more like lemon pie with apple. I would use a different filling next time but I would use the crust again."
"I used this recipe for the first time and followed the directions exactly, brining the turkey for about 2 1/2 days. It may seem like a lot of work, but if you go through each step it isn't bad at all. The turkey was moist and delicious and the gravy was very good as well. I was very proud to serve this to my family. "