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Reviewed Spaghetti Bolognese
"I think next time I'll leave out the cinnamon and nutmeg, and add more garlic. "
Reviewed 'Ol No. 7 Yams
"Great tasting Sweet Potato recipe. Just needed some tweaking to accomplish the desired result.
First of all the syrup was too watery, so needed to heat in sauce pan again to get correct consistency. Secondly, the potatoes where still not completely cooked, so had to cook another 1/2 hour at 350. I still will definitely make this dish again. St"
Reviewed Lots O'Meat Lasagna
"Great Lasagna! Easy to prepare and even easier to eat. Only I did change the cheese used in recipe< instead of small curd cottage cheese, I opted to keep it authentic with Ricotta cheese and pasta noodles that need boiling first. Made this dish for Mom's birthday dinner and she gave it a dumbs up. I did burn the garlic bread though :(."
Reviewed Real Meatballs and Spaghetti
"This was a family pleaser. I think these are the best meatballs I've ever made. Takes a little work to accomplish this recipe, but it is definitely worth the effort. My family believed this was the best tasting sauce I have made as well...Making again tomorrow for my mother who is coming over for her birthday dinner. Sh'e a great Italian cook, so "
"Loved it...tweeked it just a bit..instead of oats used plain bread crumbs, and I also added 1 teasopoon of allspice, which I read in another recipe. (I found it interesting) The loaf came out moist and tasty..mm mmm good. Love you Paula!""
Reviewed Foolproof Standing Rib Roast
"Prepared this one for my parents who love beef. They loved it and now expect it more often. It was an easy, fool-proof recipe to follow. You must follow it exact, with no peaking into the oven! Only I did not make a large amount of house seasoning, just enough for the roast; 4 teaspoons of salt, one teaspoon of garlic powder and one teaspoon of bl""